Jul 23, 2019 - Jul 24, 2019
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Where to stay in Dusseldorf
Finding a hotel in Dusseldorf is an enjoyable challenge for visitors mainly due to the abundance of high-quality options in this thriving city of art, culture, commerce and entertainment.
A vibrant and modern city, Dusseldorf is split by the River Rhine with the popular attractions of the Altstadt – or Old Town – on the east side and the commercial heart on the west side. Visitors to the east side are also attracted to the stylish shopping outlets along the famous Königsallee and Schadowstrasse.
Dusseldorf is also a true city of culture. With more than 120 galleries and museums, an opera house and some of the country’s most stylish architecture, it is wonderful city to discover on foot or bicycle, although other transport options are available. As is typical in major German cities, Dusseldorf’s public transport services are efficient, clean and easy to use. Buses, trains and the subway is part of a wide-reaching network across the Rhine-Ruhr area, while car rental in Dusseldorf is also recommended thanks to the quality of the German Autobahns.
Hotels in Dusseldorf
For a high-end choice, the five-star luxury Hyatt Regency is perfectly located next to the Rhine in the city’s Hafen district and close to a rapid transit railway station. The hotel offers Wi-Fi, spa treatments, gym, wet/dry sauna and private yoga programs.
The four-star Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel is just a two-minute stroll from the banks of the River Rhine and close to the shops and nightlife options of the Altstadt. All hotel rooms enjoy a modern design touch as well as complimentary Wi-Fi, while the hotel also boasts one of the largest swimming pools in the city, a fully-equipped fitness center, a spa and a Finnish sauna.
3. Hotel Berial
As a less expensive choice in the city center, the three-star Hotel Berial is a modern and stylish option following a complete renovation in 2004. Well-appointed rooms – from single to triple – provide every modern hotel room requirement at a competitive price.
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Omg I loved it well first the people were extremely friendly even though they didn’t speak that much English there over thousands chic restaurants to eat in and the malls were luxurious. So I highly recommend you to go there like I would move there I just love it do much
I love to eat veggies, i am a vegetarian. My best friend is a vegetarian too. But we could not find a good place to eat.
Such a great city. Another great place to grab a coffee (or cocktail-to-go from the riverside bars) and walk along the Rhine.
Grobe museum in the centre of Dusseldolf dated back to the 18 th century ;))