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Great hotel near Airport and Tradefair – 4 star – Dusseldorf

Ideally located, this great hotel near Airport and Tradefair is a fine choice for your stay in the city. Business and leisure travellers alike will find all the necessary amenities and services to ensure that their stay is as comfortable and relaxing as possible. Each well-appointed guest room enjoys the use of air conditioning, free internet access, a mini-bar and double-glazed windows for an undisturbed night’s sleep. Guests are more than welcome to make use of the business centre with photocopying and fax services during their stay, and to unwind in the evening the gym, sauna and solarium provide the perfect tools for relaxation.

Guests can feel comfortable and safe in the care of the friendly and welcoming staff who are accommodating to a variety of circumstances, such as families travelling with young children and guests with pets. The hotel lobby provides free daily newspapers and offers laundry services and onsite parking.

Travel into the centre of Dusseldorf with any of the nearby public transport links and visit the Old Town (Altstadt) where you can learn more about the fascinating history of the city. Nearly the entire city was destroyed in World War II, leaving only a few surviving buildings behind, the rest was later rebuilt to imitate the original plans and following the old foundation walls. By day, the old centre is a picturesque place for window-shopping, people-watching and admiring the architecture and by night it is transformed into a top destination for eating and drinking. In just a small, compact area hundreds of bars, pubs and coffee shops line the streets and provide drinking holes for the city’s hip and trendy

Eating out in Dusseldorf is a must, and with such a wide variety and high quality assortment of restaurants and cafes, you’ll be spoilt for choice! Head over to Schneider-Wibbel-Gasse Lane where you will find a selection of lively Spanish-American and Latino-American eateries serving up fresh, honest dishes. Try sampling more local flavours in a typical Rhenish dish such as Düsseldorfer Senfrostbraten (roast pork with mustard) or Rheinischer Sauerbraten (marinated beef and raisins) – just remember to take a phrasebook to decipher the menus!

If you’re interested in the history and culture of the city, visit one of the many museums dotted around, such as the Film-Museum, Theatermuseum, Stadtmuseum. Just pick whichever ones take your fancy and spend a leisurely afternoon wandering through each of them, before taking a romantic walk along the promenade of the River Rhine under the stars.

For romance, culture, history, nightlife and relaxation, Dusseldorf is the place to come, so enjoy your stay!