All of our six boarding houses are located in the middle of Heidelberg’s Weststadt district, one of the most beautiful and oldest parts of the city with many impressive Art Nouveau villas. Heidelberg’s Weststadt enjoys a parti­cu­larly good reputation among the people of Heidelberg and is extremely popular as the centre to live. 

Due to the central city location and the good connection to public transport (tram, bus) you can easily and quickly reach all desired desti­na­tions in the city and the surrounding area. Cozy restau­rants and pubs, super­markets, breakfast cafés, bakeries, various shops and boutiques are available in the immediate vicinity of our apartment houses. The reception for our six boarding houses is located at Rohrba­cher­straße 32, just a five-minute walk from the city center. 

Our boarding houses – Heidelberg-hotels with their own character 

Each of our boarding houses offers you fully furnished modern studios with a high level of comfort in different categories. Regardless of the premises and the furnis­hings of the rooms, each of our apartment houses has a special flair: for example, Mediter­ranean, classic or romantic. So look forward to choosing your personal favorite style between six different characters: 


No rigid hotel rules, no time-bound meal appoint­ments — in Boarding­world you are completely free and independent. Our guests – whether business travellers, vacationers or simply Heidelberg fans – really appre­ciate that. That is why all of our studios offer the option of self-suffi­ciency in addition to modern and individual furnis­hings. This includes a fully equipped kitchenette including a hob, coffee maker and kettle. In addition, you can of course also enjoy the corre­sponding living comfort with a flat-screen TV including cable TV and free WiFi 


When you check in at Boarding­world, you not only enjoy our great accom­mo­da­tions in the heart of the city — you also have authentic Heidelberg right around the corner: In just 5 minutes you can reach Bismarck­platz, from where the longest pedestrian zone in Europe runs through Heidelberg’s old town starts. If you then turn left in front of the Church of the Holy Spirit into one of the picturesque old town streets towards the Neckar, you will inevi­tably come across the Old Bridge. And from there you can reach the other side of the Neckar via several romantic footpaths up to the Philo­so­phenweg — we recommend the Schlan­genweg! 

Alter­na­tively, just walk the pedestrian zone to the end and reach the Rathaus­platz and Karls­platz with a view of the Palace. From there you can take the legendary mountain railway up to the palace or you can take a narrow, somewhat steeper footpath that will take you there between old villas with enchanted gardens. The buildings lining this walkway are palaces in their own right, giving you a taste of what awaits you at the top.