Hotel Villa Mar­stall

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the short ver­sion


  • lies direc­tly on the Neckar river
  • close to the Haupt­straße (pede­strian zone)
  • all sights easily to reach by foot
  • free can­cel­la­tion until 48 before arri­val


  • no own par­king spaces
  • only bre­ak­fast
  • no pets allo­wed


The Heidel­berg Hotel Villa Mar­stall is cen­trally loca­ted in Heidelberg’s Old Town. The good loca­tion is addi­tio­nally empha­si­zed by the river Neckar, which flows direc­tly along the street next to the hotel. So if you step out of the hotel, you don’t have it far to the shore. From the shore you have a direct view of the Old Bridge, which can be reached with a few steps from the hotel. Also right next to the hotel is the Zeug­haus Mensa in the Heidel­berg Mar­stall.

The Haupt­straße can be reached, just like the bridge, in a few steps. From there you have free choice. Whe­ther you take the ascent to Heidel­berg Castle by moun­tain rail­way or on foot, go to St. Peter’s Church, or go on a shop­ping tour along the Haupt­straße. That is up to you. And it’s all within wal­king distance from the hotel. But if you would like to go to the Neckar­wiese, on the other side of the river, the bus stop Mar­stall is right in front of the hotel.

If you would like to become a little more cul­tu­ral, there are also some muse­ums nearby, like the Stu­den­ten­kar­zer or the Kur­pfäl­zi­sche Museum. The Heidel­berg Thea­ter is also not far away.

Alt­hough the hotel is loca­ted right next to the busy street on the shore, this should not be a pro­blem. The cars there do not drive too fast and are often inter­rup­ted by the pede­strian lights and the bus at the bus stop in their flow.

Marstall Heidelberg
Old Bridge
Marstall Heidelberg

The Hotel

The villa in which this 3-star Heidel­berg hotel is loca­ted was built in 1876. In 2006 the buil­ding was reno­va­ted and con­ver­ted into a hotel. Because the hotel is only con­nec­ted to ano­t­her buil­ding by a wall, you will be more likely to notice it as if hidden bet­ween two houses. From the out­side, the hotel is a little more incon­spi­cuous, the­re­fore, depen­ding on from which side you approach it, you still have to keep your eyes open a little.

The recep­tion of the hotel is open during the week from 7 am to 10 pm and on wee­kends and holi­days from 8 am to 6 pm. You can check into your room from no ear­lier than 3 pm and must leave your room and check out by 11 am on your depar­ture day.

If you book a room at Villa Mar­stall, you cannot take your dog or other pet with you. Animal com­pa­n­ions are not allo­wed in this hotel.

Villa Marstall Front

Equip­ment and ser­vices

Bre­ak­fast in this Heidel­berg hotel is served in a vaul­ted cellar with under­floor hea­ting. So you will defi­ni­tely not get cold feet when going to the buffet in the early morning. If you don’t include bre­ak­fast in your boo­king, it will cost you and your child­ren a few euros a day. Child­ren from 3-6 years pay less and if you have a todd­ler up to 2 years old, they can even eat for free.

The rooms are clea­ned daily. This means that if you don’t feel like making your bed in the morning, or if you have to leave very quickly, your bed will be wai­ting for you magi­cally fres­he­ned when you return.

If your time in Heidel­berg is over and you want to go back to the city to buy sou­ve­nirs after che­cking out, you can leave your lug­gage at the hotel while you are still in Heidel­berg. The same app­lies if you reach Heidel­berg before the check-in time.

The Hotel Villa Mar­stall offers you a wide range of dif­fe­rent offers. For example, you can book a Cabrio Sight­see­ing Tour with an addi­tio­nal guided tour of the Old Town and a 3-course menu in the restau­rant “Zum Gül­de­nen Schaf”. If you would like to see the castle in Heidel­berg as well as the castle in Schwet­zin­gen, Villa Mar­stall also has an offer for you. If you would like to make a pre­sent to your loved ones, there is also the pos­si­bi­lity to buy gift vou­chers in this hotel.

The rooms

In this Heidel­berg hotel 18 rooms are spread over 4 floors. There is an ele­va­tor in the hotel so that you don’t have to carry your suit­ca­ses up to the fourth floor.

All rooms are equip­ped with a tele­vi­sion, a small ref­ri­gera­tor, air con­di­tio­ning, free Wi-Fi access, usually also a desk and addi­tio­nal sea­ting, a safe, a hair dryer and a cos­me­tic mirror in the bathroom. Due to the fact that the hotel is almost stan­ding com­ple­tely free, the rooms have the very dif­fe­rent views. Some point to the bank of the Neckar or to the Mar­stall, others to the old syn­ago­gue place.

In the three cate­go­ries Clas­sic, Supe­rior and the Junior Suite there are even some rooms with the ori­gi­nal his­to­ri­cal cei­ling or a his­to­ri­cal sand­stone wall with half-tim­be­red walls. You won’t find the fur­ni­ture in the rooms any­where else, because the solid wood fur­ni­ture was spe­ci­ally desi­gned for the hotel. In the Junior Suite there is even a small kit­chenette for you and you have a 270 degree view of the sur­roun­dings. This means you can enjoy the view of the Old Bridge and Heidel­berg Castle from your room.

If you need an extra bed for your fellow tra­vel­lers, you will have to pay for this with a little change, if you book in advance. If your fellow tra­vel­ler is a child who is at most 6 years old, he/she is allo­wed to sleep in the par­ents’ bed.


Because the Hotel Villa Mar­stall is loca­ted direc­tly on the B37, it is almost impos­si­ble to miss it. If you come to Heidel­berg by car, just take the exit from the A5 onto the B37 at the Hei­del­ber­ger Kreuz and follow it along the Neckar river. At some point you will see the Mar­stall and a few meters behind it is the Villa Mar­stall. If you arrive in Frank­furt am Main by plane and rent a car, it would be the same way via the A5.

But if you don’t rent a car, you can book an air­port trans­fer direc­tly through the hotel.

Unfor­tu­n­a­tely, the hotel does not have its own par­king garage, but 2 par­king gara­ges are only a few minu­tes away by car. You could either park in P12 at Korn­markt or in P13 at Karls­platz. Both par­king gara­ges are close to each other, so you don’t have far to go if one of them is occu­pied. From the par­king gara­ges it is only a few minu­tes walk. If you have had a long drive and don’t feel like lug­ging your suit­ca­ses around any­more, you can also take the bus, which will usually take you longer than if you were wal­king.

If you are tra­vel­ling by public trans­port, it is best to get off at Heidel­berg Haupt­bahn­hof (main sta­tion) and change there to bus number 32 in the direc­tion of Uni­ver­si­täts­platz. If your S-Bahn con­ti­nues to pass through Heidel­berg, you can also get off at the stop Heidel­berg Alt­stadt and from there, for example, take bus number 35 towards Wieb­lin­gen or bus number 735 towards Heidel­berg Haupt­bahn­hof to your Heidel­berg hotel. If you don’t have a lot of lug­gage, you can also walk along the Neckar River from the Heidel­berg Alt­stadt stop to your hotel and enjoy a first view of the bridge.


The Hotel Villa Mar­stall has the per­fect loca­tion for those who want to reach all sights wit­hout having to walk a long way, but also want to walk com­for­ta­bly along the Neckar in the evening.

Prices, Boo­king & Can­cel­la­tion


You can book direc­tly via the hotel’s home­page.

The rooms in the Hotel Villa Mar­stall start at about 95€ wit­hout bre­ak­fast. Prices may vary depen­ding on the season.

If you are not able to start your stay in Heidel­berg, you can cancel your room up to 48 hours before your arri­val date. After that, up to 90% of the price can be char­ged. If you have booked more than 3 rooms at the hotel, you must dis­cuss the can­cel­la­tion con­di­ti­ons with the hotel in advance.

Fur­ther impres­si­ons

Villa Marstall
Große Mantelgasse