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Hotels in Dusseldorf

Celebrated for its very high quality of life, Düsseldorf is certainly one of the most vibrant and international cities in Germany, organising the much-loved annual Largest Fair on the Rhine festival. With its abundant nightlife, fashionable boutiques, and picturesque historic quarter, Düsseldorf welcomes millions of visitors throughout the year, whether it's in the crisp days of winter or in the height of summer.

Koenigsallee Duesseldorf

This majestic tree-lined street is a fine example of modern urban planning, incorporating the aesthetic beauty of nature into a large metropolis. Also nicknamed 'Kö', this mile-long street is surrounded by elegant boutiques, and is often frequented by fashionistas on their way to social engagements.

The Rheinturm (Rhine Tower)

At 240.5m high, the Rheinturm is the most dominant landmark in Düsseldorf, and has an observation deck where you can enjoy the best panoramic view of the city. This unmistakeable landmark even has its own revolving restaurant, and celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2011.

Schloss Benrath

A charming Baroque building, the Schloss Benrath dates back to the 18th century, when it was originally part of the settlement of Benrath, now a suburb of Düsseldorf. The grand house now features two museums showcasing exhibitions on European garden art and the history of the Lower Rhine basin.

The Museum Kunstpalast

Celebrating 50 years as one of the city's leading exhibition venues, in 2011, the Museum Kunstpalast contains a fascinating collection of contemporary art, fine art, sculptures and other art-related artefacts dating as far back as the Roman period. See some of the finest artistic creations of the medieval and Renaissance eras, visit the venue's extraordinary glass exhibit, and spend some time in the Robert Schumann Hall, which holds regular live music performances.

The Kaiserswerth district

One of the most historic areas of the wider Düsseldorf metropolitan area, Kaiserswerth was a monastic centre by the early Middle Ages and is overlooked by the ruined Kaiserpfalz, which has existed since at least the 11th century. It was in Kaiserswerth where Florence Nightingale spent three months training in 1851, passing her exams in the same year and becoming a superintendent in London's Harley Street clinic just two years later.

Dining in Düsseldorf

If you're a lover of classic Italian cuisine, you'll be spoilt for choice, because Düsseldorf is blessed with many highly regarded Italian restaurants. Some of the most reputed include Pepenero, Pizzeria Trattoria Romantica, Ristorante La Luce Due and Il Pastaio. Other excellent places to eat include Argentinian-themed The Bull Steak Expert GmbH, French-inspired Andrej's Oyster Bar & Restaurant, Japanese-themed Nagaya, and Mexican- and Californian-themed Convida Fresh Mexican.

Hotels

Book a stay at the Mercure Duesseldorf Hafen or the Hotel Villa Achenbach for impeccable value for money, or consider the elegant and romantic Breidenbacher Hof, a Capella Hotel. Other favoured Düsseldorf hotels include the well-presented InterContinental Dusseldorf and the sophisticated and modern Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Dusseldorf

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Dusseldorf?

The best hotels to stay in Dusseldorf are NH Dusseldorf City Nord, NH Dusseldorf Koenigsallee and Meliá Dusseldorf.

What are the best hotels in Dusseldorf near the center?

Living Hotel De Medici by Derag, Hotel Design Apart and Steigenberger Parkhotel Düsseldorf are located in the central neighborhood of Dusseldorf.

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