Although the price (perhaps because of the MEDICA week) was very high, as were the prices of all other hotels for that week, the hotel itself suffers from a small entrance. It looks like the original entrance was sold to a cinema. Reception area including the elevator was therefore tiny, but functional. Reception staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. The room was very nice, but lighting was poor which made reading in the evening difficult. Sadly there were no entertainment foreign TV channels, only foreign news channels and all the possible German TV channels. Location was superb, as it was between the rail station and the city centre, both within walking distance.
Traveller from UK
Located in Friedrichstadt, this romantic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Forum Freies Theater and Duesseldorf City Hall. Rhine …More
Kudos for to receptionist who checked us in. She noticed that we had several large, heavy bags, and adjusted our room location so we didn't have to take the stairs. The breakfast staff was also very friendly and the food was great! Very nice hotel, and good location. Our second time staying here and look forward to coming back.
Located in Friedrichstadt, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Forum Freies Theater and Duesseldorf City Hall. Rhine Tower …More
The hotel was magnificent. The common areas were beautifully furnished and each detail was obviously very deliberate. The rooms were pristine and spacious. The highlight of the hotel is it's staff. Each staff member greets you with a smile and makes you really feel at home. A bartender named Savvas, in particular, exemplified professionalism while encapsulating an enduring quality that made him feel like a long time friend. So if you stay here, make sure to grab a drink and and get ready to hear some incredible stories from your sure to be new friend Savvas. 5/5.
Traveller from MI
This family-friendly Duesseldorf hotel is located near the airport, within a 10-minute walk of Wilhelm Marx House and …More
As a city center, Stadtmitte consists of offices and retail stores. Here you can find the city's main train station Hauptbahnhof, the Schauspielhaus theatre, and exciting cultural event Düsseldorfer Karneval. There are two well-known shopping streets, Königsallee known for its designer showrooms and manicured canal, and Schadowstraße which is one of the most visited shopping streets in Germany.