Ramstein is a city of 8,000 people (2019) in Germany that is home to the famed nearby Ramstein Air Base.
Many people coming to Ramstein will be American personnel or NATO personnel. Likely, this could be via military flights to the Ramstein Airforce Base. On Ramstein AFB, there is the Ramstein Passenger Terminal, which all passengers to Ramstein will see.
- 1 Ramstein Air Base. Only partially visible from the outside and obviously only access for US military personnel.
- Air Force Inns - Ramstein, ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. Comfortable and affordable rooms that are based on a person's military rank. Bathrooms and showers are shared. Unless you will be travelling here on official government travel orders, i.e. TDY or PCS, your stay would be considered Space-"A". Space-"A" reservations are only taken 1 duty day in advance from the date of arrival and require a Mastercard or Visa to hold a room after 18:00. Failure to cancel a reservation will result in one nights lodging fee being charged to the credit card number provided. Space-A reservations can only be booked up to 3 days at a time. Children are not allowed in TDY quarters, therefore you would have to be booked in a family unit. All reservations are first come first serve. Office hours are M-F 07:30-20:00. The best time to call is first thing in the morning. Room rates, per night, are: (USD, as of October 2009) $34.75 - VAQ (private & shared bath) $39.00 - VOQ/VQ’s (private & shared bath) $42.50 - Enlisted Suites (E7 & above + Chief suites) $48.25 - Officer Suites (O6 & above and GS-15 & above) $41.50 - TLF 1 & 2 bedroom family unit $52.00 - TLF 3 & 4 bedroom family unit.
- Hotel Atlantis, Ziegelhütte 1, ☏ . Check-in: Until 18:00, check-out: 11:00. This is a really nice hotel and restaurant. Food is great, rooms are clean and the people are friendly and very helpful in any situation. Single 1 person €59, double 2 person €85.