Excitingly young, charmingly historicOur “Salzhof” apartment alludes to Münster's historical significance in the trade with valuable goods like (sea)salt, silver and spices. An open-plan sleeping and living area with a sofa bed, desk, double bed, rocking armchair and closet ensures that you'll enjoy your visit to the former Hanseatic city to the full. The apartment also provides a fully furnished kitchenette with seating space for up to four persons and a modern bathroom with a floor-level shower.
Pure relaxationThere’s nothing better than spending time with your loved ones, sitting in a cozy spot and chatting over a tasty meal. You will find everything you need for preparing a home-cooked meal: a variety of herbs and, of course, salt. The fully equipped kitchenette in the “Salzhof” apartment also features a stove with baking oven including a microwave function and hood, a refrigerator with freezer and a dishwasher. There’s also a Nespresso machine with hand filter, an electric kettle and a toaster. A coffee machine is available upon request.
A place to recharge your batteriesThe cozy, open-plan living and sleeping area is the ideal place to wind down from your busy day. A comfortable sofa bed and double bed are just what you need to recharge your batteries for the following day in Münster. The apartment also features a large closet as well as a desk and rocking armchair. And if you decide to sleep in, blackout curtains will make sure the sun won’t wake you at the crack of dawn.
More than just a bathroomLarge white tiles and turquoise-colored accents make the bathroom a real oasis of well-being. The bathroom features a toilet and floor-level shower. Bedlinen and towels are available for you for the duration of your stay.
Stove with baking oven
Refrigerator with freezer
Nespresso machine with hand filter
(Coffee machine upon request)
Towels and bedlinen
Crib upon request, no surcharge
High chair upon request, no surcharge
- Flatscreen TV
- Electric kettle
- Kitchen hood
- Smoke detector
- Hair dryer
- Cosmetic products
- Kitchen towels
- Blackout curtains
- Shared washing machine with dryer for general use
- Fresh fruit upon request
- Coffee and tea, cutlery, tableware, etc.
3D tour and details
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Salt – the white gold
Salzstrasse in Münster
While the “vicus salis” was still more of a dirt road when it was first mentioned in a document in 1346, over the centuries it became one of the most important trade routes for the city of Münster. Salt, spices and other valuable goods were transported to the former Hanseatic city via the Salzstrasse.
This historical significance is commemorated by a series of brass-edged stones from all the Hanseatic cities and that were embedded in the pavement back in 1993 to mark the 1200th anniversary.
Münster wouldn’t be the same without the Salzstrasse. It is 550 meters long and offers everything shoppers could wish for, a street where well-known fashion chains rub shoulders with smaller stores. But the Salzstrasse also has numerous historical sights to offer such as the “Barockinsel” (Baroque Island) around the Erbdrostenhof Palace, St. Clemens Church and the Dominican Church. And what's more, the Salzhof is also home to the City Museum of Münster.