Announcements for your stay at the Sheraton Hanover Pelikan Hotel
Changes in the VAT (value added tax)
Our prices include the legally regulated VAT. Should it come to an official raise of the VAT after guests have booked their stay, prices will increase accordingly as the VAT is applicable to the guests booked stay dates.
For non-US hotels, rates confirmed in USD may be converted to local currency by the hotel at your time of stay, based on the exchange rate used by the hotel and are subject to exchange rate fluctuations. Credit card charges are subject to additional currency conversions by banks or credit card companies, which are not within the hotel's control and may impact the amount charged to your credit card. Please contact the hotel if you have any questions.
|Single room:||Prices from € 84,00 to € 424,00 per room/night|
|Double room:||Prices from € 84,00 to € 424,00 per room/night|
|Extra bed:||€ 30,00 per person and night|
|Buffet breakfast:||€ 20,00 per person and night|
|Pets:||€ 25,00 per pet|
|Entrance to the Physical Park:||free of charge for hotel guests|
|Entrance to Link@Sheraton:||free of charge for hotel guests|
|High-Speed internet access in all guest rooms:||€ 19,00 per day|
|W-Lan connection in all guest rooms:||from € 19,00 per day|
Family Plan Policy
Children 12 and under sleep free in existing room bedding. Rollaways, child rollaways and cribs may incur additional costs of 30,00 EUR per person and night.
Pets are allowed. Reservation is recommended
Full alcoholic beverage service will be provided only to individuals 18 years (with valid identification). Individuals 16 years or older are only allowed to purchase beer or wine drinks.
Due to local law, smoking is banned in all public areas. This ban includes smoking in the lobby, bar, and restaurants. Smoking rooms and the Bowmore Cigar Lounge next to the bar are available. Please contact the hotel for further information.
Methods of payment
- American Express
- Diners Club
- EC debit card
Beginning October 1, 2008, the Hanover city center has been established as a low emission zone and can only be accessed by cars displaying environmental badges on the front of the car. By law, cars not displaying this badge may be fined. High-emission vehicles are no longer allowed to drive in the city center.
Every vehicle entering an Environmental Zone - no matter whether registered in Germany or another country - now needs to display an Environmental Badge. Foreign visitors can now obtain environmental badges for their cars and trucks online.