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Le Méridien Grand Hotel Nuremberg *

Destinations & Resorts

Europe › Germany › Nuremberg › Nuremberg Central Station
Location Details
Just a short stroll from the hotel, visitors will find museums, shops, the city's famous market and the Imperial Castle.
General Information
All 190 rooms feature a flat screen TV, safe, Internet and TV, iPod docking station, wireless and cable Internet access. A special touch of luxury is the new Le Méridien Bed, designed by LM 100 artist Nick Dine. Elegant Art Nouveau-style marble bathrooms highlight the skillful fusion of classic and modern style.

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Room Details

Classic design and refined modern details. Noble marble bathrooms in the Art Nouveau style and contemporary works of art emphasize the clever and fascinating combination of classic and modern. All 190 rooms and suites of our Nuremberg hotel feature a flatscreen television, an iPod charging station and wireless high-speed Internet access. The highlight in each hotel room is the Le Méridien bed, which offers the highest comfort for your overnight stay in Nuremberg.


Restaurant Brasserie | Freshly-made regional specialties are served at the stylish Restaurant Brasserie in the heart of Nuremberg, Germany's Old Town. The show kitchen impresses guests with culinary discoveries like famous Nuremberg bratwurst sausages.
Atelier Bar | Enjoy cocktails, specialty beverages and light bites at this casual bar.
Éclairs | Transforming the traditionally chic Parisian pastry into something decidedly modern, éclairs at Le Méridien Grand Hotel Nuremberg inject your day with a little sweet joie de vivre. A delectable nod to our European heritage, enjoy these signature confections in classic or unexpected flavors inspired by each destination.
Le Méridien Sparkling | Le Méridien Sparkling adds a modern twist to the timeless sophistication of the classic aperitif hour. Featuring an array of effervescent offerings and spritzers, this cocktail program brings a spirited flair to gatherings at the Le Méridien Hub.


Fitness Area, Sauna, Infrared Cabine, Relax Area exclusively for hotel guest.

Nearby Attractions

Located near the hotel, the impressive Nuremberg Castle, landmark of the city, pays homage to this time period. In around 1800, Nuremberg was close to falling under Prussian rule, but it did not go so far. Instead, Nuremberg became part of the Kingdom of Bavaria in 1806. Artists such as the painter Albrecht Dürer, the poet Hans Sachs and the sculptor Veit Stoss made the city famous. The pocket watch and the terrestrial globe were invented here. The composer Johann Pachelbel, who with 'Canon' wrote one of the most popular pieces of music of the Baroque period, is also a city native. Nuremberg has become affluent through the distribution and production of toys and works of art.

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