Marriott Bonn Hotel, Bonn

Newly defined: The Marriott Bonn Hotel

Konrad Adenauer, Herbert Wehner, Kurt Georg Kiesinger, Willy Brandt, Helmut Schmidt – a historical wind is blowing through the Marriott Hotel in Bonn. The whole building is shaped by the political spirit of the times; each of the 17 floors has the individual signature of a personality who wrote history. The spirit of the former government is noticeable on every floor.

Marriott Bonn Hotel Facts

Marriott Bonn Hotel
Project type:
Platz der Vereinten Nationen 4, Bonn
Plot size:
10,043 m²
35,995 m²
Acquired in:
Q4 2018
Q2 2016
Image source:
Invite Group GmbH


Panoramic view from Bonn to the Siebengebirge

The elegant suites of the Marriott Bonn Hotel are eye-catching with their impressing political images, their enormous spaciousness and the unmistakable panoramic view of the Rhine or the government quarter. The two 110 m² presidential suites, named after Richard von Weizsäcker and Walter Scheel, are located on the 16th floor and offer the highest level of comfort. The modern architecture, the pleasant spa and fitness area as well as the neighbouring GOP Varieté Theatre are extra specials for many international guests.

Culinary delights above the roofs of Bonn

The exquisite Konrad’s Restaurant on the 17th floor owes its name to the first Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany. Floor-to-ceiling windows, an inviting interior and the spacious terrace create a friendly atmosphere. Connoisseurs appreciate not only the special food at Konrad’s and trendy drinks at the Skybar, but also the unforgettable view across the city limits to the Siebengebirge.

The former federal capital as a cultural location

Bonn’s government quarter is a very special place for culture lovers. Idyllically located on the banks of the Rhine, tourists appreciate the ideal starting point for exploring numerous sights. In only a few minutes you can reach the birthplace of Beethoven, the Bundeskunsthalle, the former Bundestag and various ministries on foot. Business travelers benefit from the direct connection to the World Conference Center as well as the nearby UN Campus and surrounding large corporations.