The Grand Hotel Mussmann

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Discover the amenities of the Grand Hotel!

A story of hospitality and excellence

What you have always wanted from a hotel, you will find in all our rooms, but above all you will find the real luxury of our time, soothing peace and relaxation. And exclusively in non-smoking rooms. Regardless of whether your room faces the inner courtyards or the silent station square; thanks to soundproof windows and much more, all rooms offer the comfort of a first-class hotel.

Hospitality since 1856

The hotel was first opened at the end of May 1856 as "Hartmann's Hotel" and was bought at auction by Wilhelm Mussmann in 1910. The "Grand Hotel Mussmann" was born. After Wilhelm Mussmann's death on January 5, 1940, his daughter Wilhelma and her mother Agnes continued to run the hotel until the night of October 9, 1943, when the worst major raid by British bombers destroyed the hotel down to its foundations. The married couple Wilhelma Pagel-Mussmann and Herbert Pagel began to rebuild the hotel in 1947, which their son Veit Pagel took over in 1971.

In 2006, the Grand Hotel Mussmann celebrated its 150th anniversary. In the same year, the chronicle "150 years of hospitality" was published and is available at reception if you are interested.



Discover the amenities of the Grand Hotel!

The spacious rooms (25 - 60 square meters) all have parquet floors, silent air conditioning to your desired temperature, a leather club chair or a leather sofa and a large desk without advertising. They have plenty of daylight and just the right light in every part of the room. All rooms are furnished to a high standard with natural materials such as marble, granite, leather, wood and the finest cotton for our linen. You will sleep wonderfully in the large 210 cm long beds so that you can enjoy your breakfast well rested. Of course, our rooms are also equipped with a minibar, a safe, a flat-screen TV, a hairdryer, a magnifying mirror, toiletries and free Wi-Fi.

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    24-hour reception
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    Room service
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    Breakfast service
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    Luggage transportation
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    Laundry service
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    Multilingual staff
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    Garage parking space (20€ per night)
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    Charging station for electric vehicles
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    Sauna (registration required)
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    Soundproof window
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    Satellite TV
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    In-room safe
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    Free Wi-Fi
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Hanover and the surrounding area

Hanover is one of the largest German cities and is particularly impressive with its green city forest, the Eilenriede, the parks in the city and the Maschsee. Thanks to the intersection of east-west and north-south transport links and our airport, Hanover is particularly easy to reach.

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Experience Hanover

A city with history, culture and unforgettable experiences!

Many historic buildings bear witness to more than 750 years of city history. The world exhibition, Expo 2000, took place in Hanover. It is also home to the world's most important trade fairs, such as the EMO, IAA, Ligna and ITMA.

The Royal Gardens in Herrenhausen, the New Town Hall, the Old Town Hall, the Market Church, the Old Town, Sea Life and the Adventure Zoo are just some of the highlights that are well worth a visit.

Hanover has a large selection of museums and the Schauspieltheater and Opera House are also very well known. Around the Grand Hotel Mussmann you will find the heart of the city with the best restaurants, bars, cafés and the nicest stores.

The rural surroundings have beautiful villages that are definitely worth a visit. One example is the famous nature park, the Steinhuder Meer. As the largest inland lake in Lower Saxony, it is ideal for swimming, surfing and sailing. Passionate cyclists and walkers also get their money's worth around its shores.