Travel Phrases in German
(Part 2)

The second part of your travel phrases in German will focus on phrases to use in hotels as well as when eating out. 

(Here is the link to part 1 of my German travel phrases section for those of you who haven't read it already.)

Hotel Travel Phrases in German

Be prepared for your hotel stay in Germany with these important travel phrases in German:

Haben Sie von ...... bis ....... Zimmer frei? 

Do you have any rooms available from ... to ...?

Ich möchte von... bis ... ein Doppelzimmer/Einzelzimmer reservieren 

I would like to book a double/single bedroom from ... to ...  

Kann ich bitte ein-/auschecken? 

Can I please check in/check out? 

Haben Sie 24 Stunden geöffnet? 

Are you open 24 hours? 

Haben Sie ein Bϋgeleisen? 

Do you have an iron? 

Ich hätte gern ein zusätzliches Kissen 

I would like an extra pillow please 

Ist Frϋhstϋck inklusive?

Is breakfast included? 

Morgen hätte ich gerne Frϋhstϋck auf dem Zimmer 

I would like to have breakfast in my room tomorrow  

Wann wird Frϋhstϋck / Mittagessen / Abendessen serviert?

What time is breakfast / lunch / dinner served?

Haben Sie hier Internetzugang?

Do you have internet access here? 

Kann ich bitte morgen eine Zeitung auf mein Zimmer haben?

Can I have a newspaper delivered to my room tomorrow, please? 

Wo ist die Bar / das Restaurant / das Schwimmbad / das Fitnesszentrum?

Where is the bar / restaurant / swimming pool / gym? 

Können Sie bitte mein Gepäck auf das Zimmer bringen?

Could you please take my suitcase to the room?

Ich brauche morgen um 10 Uhr bitte ein Taxi 

I would like a taxi for 10am tomorrow please

Restaurant phrases in German

So how do you ask for the bill in German, you are wondering? 

Find out here in this section of your travel phrases in German lesson.

Get your wining and dining off to a confident start with the following phrases:

Ich möchte einen Tisch reservieren lassen 

I would like to book a table 

Ich möchte heute Abend um 19.00 Uhr einen Tisch fϋr zwei Leute reservieren lassen 

I would like to reserve a table for tonight at 7pm for two people

Ist das ein Nicht-Raucher Restaurant?

Is this a non-smoking restaurant? 

Ich möchte ...

I would like ... 

Ich möchte bitte.... bestellen

I would like to order...... please 

Darf ich bitte das Menϋ sehen? 

Can I see the menu please? 

Was wϋrden Sie empfehlen?

What do you recommend? 

Was ist das Tagesgericht?

What is the dish of the day? 

Darf ich bitte die Nachspeisenkarte sehen?

Can I see the dessert menu please? 

Darf ich bitte die Rechnung haben?

Can I have the bill, please? 

Darf ich bitte bezahlen?

Can I pay, please?

Darf ich bitte die Quittung haben?

Can I have the receipt, please? 

Ich habe eine Nussallergie

I have a nut allergy 

Haben Sie vegetarische Gerichte?

Do you serve vegetarian dishes? 

Haben Sie Kindergerichte?

Do you serve children’s meals? 

Das Essen war sehr gut / lecker

The food was lovely 

Mein Kompliment an den Koch

Compliments to the chef

Continue to part 3 - German travel phrases for Emergencies

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