Maritim Hotel Würzburg
Phone: +49 (0) 931 3053-0, email@example.com
We are very pleased to welcome all guests back to our hotel, under certain conditions imposed by the authorities.
Due to official requirements because of the Corona pandemic, there may still be restrictions on the hotel's services. This concerns especially the wellness facilities and restaurants. The general usability of some facilities is therefore not part of the contract. However, we will of course make available all facilities where there is no prohibition to the contrary. Restrictions also exist with regard to the obligation to wear masks, hand disinfection, distance rules to be observed or the restriction of contact with other guests.
Due to official requirements, the 2G regulation will apply in the federal state of Bavaria from 16 November 2021.
What does 2G mean in Bavaria?
Overnight stay with tourist travel purpose 2G:
Overnight stay of conference guests 2G:
Children under 6 years of age, underage pupils, business travellers and persons who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons remain exempt from the 2G regulation. For this group of people, 3G continues to apply with a max. 48 h old PCR test.
We use “luca” – here’s how it works
We have reopened our Fränkische Weinstube for you, only the Terrassen-Restaurant and the Hotelbar Mainhattan are closed. All gastronomic facilities are closed from 10 p.m. to 6.30 a.m. Drinks to take away are available at the reception.
2G in the restaurant (access only for vaccinated and recovered persons).
Before your visit to the restaurant, please make a table reservation, taking into account the contact restrictions according to the Bavarian State Ordinance. Hospitality is reserved for our house guests only. With the help of the luca app, you check in at the restaurant on the day of your visit.
The implementation of our officially agreed hygiene concept is binding for guests and employees of the house and supplements the house rules. This includes:
We clean and disinfect at frequent and regular intervals:
We wear our masks with a smile underneath: