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Courtyard Regensburg :-
Close to the historic centre of Regensburg, a UNESCO World Heritage is the Courtyard Regensburg, the only international hotel in Regensburg. Stylish and sophisticated, the Courtyard Regensburg offers rooms and suites with the fine amenities you seek. Business travelers enjoy the ergonomic work area, hotel-wide Wi-Fi and 5 spacious meeting rooms. All our guests find our new luxury bedding irresistible. With its elegant, Oléo-Pazzo-Restaurant, including a terrace overlooking the Danube - the Regensburg Courtyard is sure to meet your dining preference. Our day-lit fitness centre features an invigorating sauna, and guests may also enjoy a complimentary workout at the 2500sqm fitness centre and new 20m swimming pool next door. A 15-minute walk takes you to our most treasured Regensburg tourist sites, including Cathedral St. Peter, Thurn and Taxis Castle and the ancient Stone Bridge. With easy access to highways in all directions, you'll find our Courtyard Regensburg is truly one of the finest hotels in Regensburg.
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