the niu Square -
Welcome to Mannheim Schwetzingerstadt
Historical monuments such as the Baroque palace, the Art Nouveau complex at the water tower and of course the squares characterize Mannheim. So both, the name "the niu Square" and a design that addresses this heritage are obvious. Stucco and chandeliers pick up on the history, creative murals by Jens Richter and at the same time provide a modern urban flair. Experience the relaxed atmosphere in the Living Lobby: ultra-fast WiFi and chilled music show you right away that modern times have arrived here. Drop by for a chat or a snack at the 24-hour bar. The reception is also open around the clock and you can get advice here at any time. In the restaurant, you'll find a breakfast buffet in the morning, followed by plenty of Mannheim specialties, from brisket to "Quetschekuche" to spaghetti ice cream.
If you want to explore leave your car in our parking lot and walk to the Planetarium and the Technoseum which are just around the corner from our the niu Square and the Water Tower is only fifteen minutes away.
Our 148 rooms offer comfort with modern standards: private bathroom, safe, soundproof windows that can be opened, air conditioning, free WiFi and a 40-inch flat-screen TV with satellite TV, Teufel Boomster, media library and screen mirroring. For your child we will put a baby crib or an extra bed. According to our children policy infants stay with us free of charge and five to twelve year olds for only 15 Euros. An affordable comfortable and in great surroundings located home for a time! Get to know Mannheim from its most beautiful side!
Woher kommt der Name: Square?
Square stammt von Mannheims Bezeichnung als Quadratestadt. Der historische Stadtkern ist nicht in Straßenzüge, sondern in Häuserblöcke aufgeteilt.