The large sculpture "The Sleeping Man" on the right bank of the Danube houses a patented hotel. Architecturally, the Rotel Inn reflects the themes of overnight stays and water. The individual parts of the 85-meter-long building form a reclining, sleeping person. Slopes and forms are modelled after a ship's bow and waves. The interior is dominated by water lines on the ceilings and decorative elements in primary colours. The entrance area consists of two 15-meter-high head-shaped walls.
Here, the operating family has transferred its concept of the "rolling hotel" (Rotel Tours) to a hostel with a fixed location. The Rotel Inn was built in 1993 on the site of the former boathouse of the Passau Rowing Club. The hotel offers 90 minimalist rooms with shared bathrooms.
Danube: The Rotel Inn is located directly on the right bank of the Danube. The Danube bike path leads directly past.
Central Station: The building, built in 1860 in Classicist style, is only 100 meters away.
Tourist information: The tourist information of the city of Passau is located opposite the main train station. It is part of the Donau Quartier building complex, which is characterized by its mirrored facade and bevelled window reveals.