Furnished apartments in Bonn
More City does not go! Our apartments are located in the Urban Soul Lifestyle House in the heart of Bonn directly at the central bus station ZOB with subway station HBF below the building. On two floors we offer ten apartments in five different sizes.
Equipment of our apartments in Bonn
- Living space 37m² to 60m²
- Bookable for 1 to 3 persons
- Very quiet with triple glazing and own courtyard
- Fiber-optic Internet, electricity, heating and Magenta TV
- Directly at the main train station and central bus station ZOB
- Subway station HBF below the building
- Many stores and restaurants in the neighborhood
- Rental period 1 to 6 months — longer if needed
- Directly from the owner
- Cleaning service on request
1 Minimum stay 7 days, long-term stay cheaper (on request)
2 Surcharges are charged at trade fair times
3 Final cleaning from 75€
Burgers, Bowls and Wine Bars.
Bonn’s history as a former federal capital is reflected not least in its international gastronomic offerings. Whether you want to eat Asian food with chopsticks or African food with your hands: There is something for every taste here. Discover new delights and sweeten the view of your evening with Bonn’s beautiful Rhine panorama, baroque splendorous buildings or the youthful fresh flair of its student district. All this is very close together in Bonn — and you are right in the middle of it.
C’est la vie Cafe — Pain au chocolat, baguettes and tartlets like in France.
Cassius Garten — Full taste and full selection to put together yourself — also for vegans and allergy sufferers.
Haferkater — The porridge specialist at the main station. Homemade oat creations in all imaginable shapes and combinations.
Café Schöllers — This is all about the bean, colorful bowls and fresh breads.
Kaffeesaurus — Only 30 meters away.
Losteria — Fresh ingredients in a fresh Italian ambience. Here you can find pizza and pasta to fall in love with.
Casbah — Mediterranean cuisine with great choice for vegetarians and vegans.
DelikArt — Delicate home cooking and exquisite wines in a rustic ambience — directly at the Rheinisches Landesmuseum.
Che Falafel — Directly in the main station — if it should be fast, tasty and cheap.
Ma’Loa Poké Bowl — Next door, not 10 meters away.
Zen Restaurant & Bar — Creative sushi and fusion creations — Japanese cuisine with flair.
Hayat — Oriental, Lebanese and Mediterranean specialties, with a view of the Rhine.
La Cigale — Noble wine bistro with French cuisine and convivial atmosphere.
Olive — Greek specialties, far from gyros. Tasty, down-to-earth, to the point.
Between big brands and tranquility.
The completely redeveloped Bahnhofsplatz has brought many well-known retailers and modern flair to downtown Bonn. At the same time, it forms the gateway to the historically grown center, through which even the electors strolled. Here, large chains line up with small concept stores, jewelers with bookstores, and designer boutiques with second-hand stores. The offer is endless — like the interconnected pedestrian zones themselves. For the quick weekly shopping, however, you can keep the distances short. Discounters, organic supermarkets, Asia and English Shop are located within a short distance from the apartment, which can be easily covered on foot even with bulging bags.
Shop des Beethoven Hauses — The life’s work of the Bonner Jung. To take home in the form of over 2,000 articles and books — or to view in the attached museum.
Yellowkorner — Special photographs in all sizes and styles with excellent professional advice.
zwo7zwo ‑The owner is a master chef, freelance artist and art gourmet. His mission: to indulge eyes and palate alike.
Buses, trains & connections.
World Conference Center — Take streetcar 63/16 or 66 in the direction of Bad Godesberg or Königswinter/Bad Honnef to the Heussallee/Museumsmeile stop, then walk about 450 meters along Heussallee to Platz der Vereinten Nationen or take bus line 610 or 611 (in the direction of Pappelweg) to (H) Deutsche Welle
Flughafen — Bus line SB60 in the direction of Cologne/Bonn Airport
Post Tower — Bus line 610 direction Giselherstraße to bus stop Post Tower or bus line 611 direction Heiderhof to bus stop Heinrich-Brüning-Straße
Telekom Campus — Bus line 606 or 607 direction Ramersdorf to bus stop Telekom Campus
UN Campus — Bus line 610 or 611 direction Giselherstraße or Heiderhof to stop UN Campus or RB26, RB30, RB48 or RE5 direction Mainz HBF, Ahrbrück Bf, Mehlem Bf or Koblenz HBF to stop UN Campus
Uni Campus Zentrum — Approx. 5 minutes walk in the direction of the Rhine
Uni Campus Poppelsdorf — Tram line 16, 63 or 66 in the direction of Bad Godesberg Stadthalle or Ramersdorf to the stop Universität/Markt
Königswinter — Light rail line 66 direction Bad Honnef