German Sights

Lindau Hotels

The main sights of Lindau are on the island, reached by a road bridge or via the rail link to the station. Those who are planning to sightsee or to use the ferry links may find this location more convenient.

Much of the island is pedestrianised or semi-pedestrianised and car drivers, and especially those who are looking to explore Lake Constance by road, may prefer to be on the mainland and closer to the transport connections and motorway.

The town of Lindau is the start of the German Alpine Road tourist route through to Berchtesgaden and the town and Lake Constance is a lovely area to explore before setting out on the drive.

The hotels chosen are from the five-star to three-star categories and some of them have online booking facilities through our travel fulfilment partner Booking.com. You can check availability at those particular hotels by clicking on the button under the hotel.

Where to stay in Lindau

If you know when you are planning to go but haven't decided on accommodation, then use the map below to get an idea of which properties are available and to compare prices during the period you wish to travel.

Enter your proposed dates and use the '+' to zoom in on a location and reveal more properties. Click on the price above a property to see more information.

(Please note that this selection will also include some guesthouses, pensions and self-catering apartments for those who are interested in that form of accommodation!)

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Hotels on Lindau Island

Hotel Bayerischer Hof (E, D)
Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Lindau
Bahnhofplatz 2
88131 Lindau
Tel: 08382 9150
Fax: 08382 915591
Website: www.bayerischerhof-lindau.de
Hotel Helvetia (D)
Hotel Helvetia, Lindau
Seepromenade
88131 Lindau
Tel: 08382 9130
Fax: 08382 4004
Website: www.hotel-helvetia.com
Hotel Lindauer Hof (E, D)
Hotel Lindauer Hof, Lindau
Dammgasse 2
88131 Lindau
Tel: 08382 4064
Fax: 08382 24203
Website: www.lindauerhof.de
Hotel Reutemann Seegarten (E, D)
Hotel Reutemann Seegarten, Lindau
Ludwigstrasse 23
88131 Lindau
Tel: 08382 9150
Fax: 08382 915591
Website: www.reutemann-lindau.de
Insel-Hotel Lindau (E, D)
Insel-Hotel, Lindau
Maximilianstrasse 42
88131 Lindau
Tel: 08382 5017
Fax: 08382 6756
Website: www.insel-hotel-lindau.de
Hotel Vis à Vis (E, D)
Hotel Vis à Vis, Lindau
Bahnhofplatz 4-6
88131 Lindau
Tel: 08382 3965
Fax: 08382 21321
Website: www.visavis-lindau.de

Hotels near Lindau on the Mainland

Hotel Bad Schachen (E, D)
Hotel Bad Schachen, Lindau
Bad Schachen 1
88131 Lindau
Tel: 08382 2980
Fax: 08382 25390
Website: www.badschachen.de
Hotel Am Rehberg (E, D)
Hotel Am Rehberg, Lindau
Am Rehberg 29
88131 Lindau
Tel: 08382 3329
Fax: 08382 3576
Website: www.hotel-am-rehberg.de
Hotel Café Ebner (D)
Hotel Café Ebner, Lindau
Friedrichshafener Strasse 19
88131 Lindau
Tel: 08382 93070
Fax: 08382 930740
Website: www.ebner-lindau.de

Travel to Lindau

Nearest airport to Lindau

The closest airport to Lindau is just up the lake shore at Friedrichshafen but the small airport does has a limited number of destinations which it serves.

Distance to Friedrichshafen (Bodensee) Airport: 21km
Distance to Memmingen (Allgäu) Airport: 71km
Distance to Zurich Airport: 139km
Distance to Innsbruck Airport: 199km
Distance to Munich Airport: 208km

The airports at both Memmingen and Friedrichshafen are favourites for low-cost airlines and, if the destinations serve suit, will be the best choices. Otherwise the optimal choices are probably the larger airports at Zurich and Munich, with Zurich having the edge on distance and Munich with ease of transport connections.

Train station in Lindau

Lindau train station is located on the small island where the old town is located a short walk away from the harbour. There is a regular regional service through to Munich as well as good connections into Austria with the Vorarlbergbahn (giving access to Bregenz and Innsbruck).

Ferry services around the lake from Lindau

Ferry travel is a popular option for sightseeing but also for those who want a relatively quick and uncomplicated route to other parts of Lake Constance. (Road connections, especially in the summer high season, can be very busy.) Lindau is connected to Konstanz and Meersburg on the German side, Bregenz in Austria, as well as to Rorschach, Romanshorn and Kreuzlingen in Switzerland (amongst other destinations). Some services run from March through to October. A year-round connection to the other end of the lake can be found via the Friedrichshafen-Konstanz catamaran ferry service.

Lindau

The harbour at Lindau on Lake Constance

Towns on Lake Constance

Towns Along The German Alpine Road