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A comfortable stay in an incredible city

During my visit to Trier I stayed at Vienna House Easy Trier. From the moment I walked in, tired after an almost 5 hour drive, I felt welcomed by the friendly staff and comfortable interior of the hotel.

Hotel Address

Vienna House Easy Trier
Metzer Allee 6
54295 Trier
Tel: +49 651 9377 0

Quick Facts

  • 105 air-conditioned rooms & suites
  • Free WiFi
  • Restaurant with summer terrace & hotel bar
  • 24/7 reception & bar service
  • 80 parking spaces
  • 2 conference rooms for up to 80 people
  • Child-friendly
  • Dogs welcome

Hotel Room


Our hotel room was very comfortable. Spacious, well maintained and with all the facilities you need (think spacious wardrobe,  a desk, a tv, enough lights, a comfortable bathroom, etc) without feeling cluttered. Even though the hotel was almost fully booked during our stay we heard absolutely no noise and the hotel in general kept its calm, quiet atmosphere.

Hotel Facilities


First of all I was happy to find their parking garage with ample parking spots available as I arrived. I knew the hotel was almost fully booked so I was glad to see how much parking their garage offered. And at € 9 per day parking was surprisingly affordable.

You enter the hotel into a spacious lobby modestly decorated to create a casual but warm atmosphere. Their slogan “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” really shows throughout the hotel: the hotel is very unpretentious. It is not a five star hotel and it is honest about that. What the hotel is however is an affordable and very comfortable “home away from home”. They make you feel you can be yourself and feel at home.

Free, fast wifi is available throughout the hotel.


The hotel offers a restaurant and separate bar area. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and is also where the buffet breakfast is served.

I have to admit, I was pleasantly surprised by the breakfast offered here! Their wide selection of breads, condiments, all sorts of cheeses and sliced meats plus an ample choice of cereals, fruits and cooked dishes really made this into a perfect breakfast. And even though we clearly arrived at breakfast during peak hours, it still felt comfortable, intimate and not rushed in any way.

We also had a lovely, quiet dinner in the hotel. With the hotel located in such a lively city with so much to offer I can imagine most guests choose to eat out most nights. So we found ourselves to be one of the few people in the restaurant. But the food was lovely, they offer a good mix of traditional German dishes and international cuisine and as everywhere else in the hotel the staff was extremely friendly.

Nice touch: I hate it when I go to a hotel bar at 10pm and already find it closed… The hotel bar here is open 24/7!

Hotel Location

Vienna House Easy Trier - exterior

Vienna House Easy Trier is located just outside the city center. It takes you just 15 to 20 minutes to walk to the centre and about the same amount of time to walk to the train station in case you arrive by train or want to explore the area by train from here.

I was worried the hotel would be a little too far outside the city center but it really isn’t. It’s a comfortable walk right past the impressive Kaiserthermen (Roman Imperial Baths) into town.

Hotel Value

With hotel rooms priced at less than € 60 most nights this hotel really is worth it. Again, it is not a five star hotel and it is not trying to be that. But for what you pay for it you get a very comfortable hotel with friendly staff located right by the center of Trier.

One Final Note

Vienna House Easy Trier will be remodeling in 2017. Where you might find the decor a bit dated or dull in the pictures now (although even now still very well maintained), this will all change. I have seen pictures of what the hotel will look like after renovation: modern, contemporary and in keeping with their slogan: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”.

Hotel Review Conclusion

Vienna House Easy Trier is well worth it! It simply is a very comfortable hotel offering all you need during a city trip or while exploring the surrounding areas. Easy parking, good wifi, great breakfast and extremely friendly multi-lingual staff make this hotel well worth what you pay for it.

About Vienna House

Vienna House, founded in 1989, is Austria’s largest independent hotel chain with hotels in 8 countries.

Vienna House offers city hotels and resorts as well as conference hotels. They include individual hotels and three hotel lines. Andel’s by Vienna House are their design hotels and Angelo by Vienna House is their vibrant and colorful Business concept. The Easy line, which includes Vienna House Easy Trier, keeps it simple with warm attentiveness and local specialties.

For more information about Vienna House Easy Trier and to book your stay visit their website

About Trier

what to see and do in Trier, Germany

Trier is a surprisingly incredible city!

Trier is Germany’s oldest city with an incredible Roman history and an astonishing 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The city is often referred to as the “Rome of the North” because it served as the key city of the Roman northern territories.

The city is a must visit for lovers of history and architecture but it is also set in a famous wine region and has a beautiful surrounding area to explore.

Check out my article Trier: What to See & Do in Germany’s Oldest City

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hotel review of Vienna House Easy in Trier, Germany

I was offered a complimentary stay at Vienna House Easy Trier. This however in no way affects my opinions. I would never recommend anything I didn’t enjoy myself and only share my honest opinion.

Hotel Review: Vienna House Easy in Trier, Germany

Author: Sanne Wesselman
A traveler, wanderer, digital nomad, and entrepreneur. Owner of marketing company A to Z Marketing.
I spend most of my time living and working abroad and use this website to share "the good, the bad and the ugly" of traveling and living abroad. Visit the About Me page for more info.