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Dusseldorf Boutique Hotels

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As one of the economic centers of both Germany and the European Union, Düsseldorf is a big draw for business travelers from all over the world. However, with an excess of modern architecture, a throbbing nightlife, frequent carnivals and a world class fashion scene, the reasons to visit this Western German gem are numerous. Find out for yourself all that this popular city has to offer when you book into one of our boutique hotels in Düsseldorf, which will keep you amply and comfortably situated next to all of the major sites.

As much of the city was destroyed in WWII, you'll want to head to the rebuilt Old Town for a glimpse of Düsseldorf as it used to be. Here you can imbibe both the historical and the modern alike at coffee shops, pubs and shopping centers, all tucked into these masterfully reconstructed buildings. In other sections of the city, including the Medienhafen, Rhine Promenade and Media Harbor, marvel at soaring glass and steel skyscrapers and an eclectic array of Frank O. Gehry buildings. If the day is clear, take an elevator ride up the Rheinturm for views that reach all the way to Essen, or grab a cup of coffee in any number of hip eateries in the Medienhafen. Alternatively, head to Marktplatz, the city's historic main square, for baroque sculptures and architecture, as well as a vibrant weekly market and a twinkling Christmas market.

For the art lovers in the family, you won't want to miss the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, with collections so vast they span three buildings. For something a little more contemporary, head to Museum Kunstpalast, Ständehaus or the Schifffahrt Museum, where you'll find art reaching from the classics up to modern times, housed in stately buildings and boasting multimedia displays. Once you've had your dose of serious art, get those toes tapping and those hips swinging at the Elvis Presley Exhibition, a collection curated by three avid collectors who have no connection to the King other than their fandom. When you're looking for a breath of fresh air, head to Hofgarten, the first public park in all of Germany. Picnicking in the North-Park's Japanese gardens is another good option, as it taking a long stroll down the banks of the Rhine.

Festivals and carnivals are a popular pastime in Düsseldorf. If you're lucky enough to be in town during the 2nd and 3rd weeks in July, be sure to take a ride on the ferris wheel overlooking the Rhine. There are also daily concerts in many parts of the city, frequent cartwheeling competitions (that's right, cartwheeling!), fashion shows galore and an annual Carneval.

Looking to do a little shopping? Be sure to peruse the boutiques along Königsallee, the main boulevard, as well as through Flingern, the city's fashion district. When you've worked up an appetite, this truly international city has Asian, Indian French cuisines to choose from. That said, you won't want to miss the local specialties, which include bratwurst, pea soup and regional brews. Head back to the Altstadt area to taste the Altbier (a dark beer) or enjoy a nice cocktail with the locals.

Düsseldorf is well-connected to the rest of the continent (and the world) via three airports. It is also a major hub for Germany's national railway, Deutsche Bahn, and many bus lines also serve the region.

Discover all that this exciting city has to offer when you stay in a boutique hotels in Düsseldorf. With stylish rooms, comfortable beds, world class amenities and a helpful staff, you'll make the most of your visit when you make Hotel Indigo® your home away from home.

Latest Dusseldorf Hotel Reviews

By Spiel2016
Myself and two friends stayed here to attend Spiel 2016. The hotel was perfectly located near exit B of the Berliner Platz underground station. The hotel was comfortable, and the staff were [More] extremely helpful and friendly. Would definitely stay here again. [Less]
Friendly for businessman with a beautiful park
By Tuan40110
A lovely hotel with personal environment for living. Can take a seat in the beautiful small park in front. Quiet and save. [Less]
Essen recommendation
By August attendee
Good value -- plentiful breakfast, great staff. The location of the hotel is also good, especially if one is associated with the University. [Less]
Good quality excellent all round service for a business stay.
By RMK_77
Checked in for a short stay for a business conference held at this hotel. Impressed with the kind manner of the front-desk staff and the overall efficiency of all aspects of the stay both of the [More] guest room and meeting arrangements. The services relating to our business meeting including the conference room and lunch / dinner buffet were very good with friendly staff looking after us throughout. Recommended. [Less]
Excellent hotel - good quality food/service
By Ian29
Stayed 3 nights on a business trip in Neuss. The first impression was good of the hotel and I wasn't disappointed at all during my stay. Food was of a good quality and the staff were very friendly [More] and spoke good English. Overall would recommend this hotel and when I go again I'll definitely spend a bit more time to look around the surrounding area. [Less]
For business only !
If you have business in Neuss like we do stay here its great. As a tourist its far from the main Duesseldorf center. Its a business hotel and that can be seen from the guests that stay here. Its a [More] non smoking hotel. [Less]
Nice stay with a sting at the end
By MacSki2
Overall good experience. Problem with getting out of the parking at the end of our stay. Paid a fee for 48 hrs at the hotel reception and maybe stayed for 40-42 hrs at the most. Quite sure we were at [More] the gate of the parking within 15 minutes although we were not told to do so by the staff at the reception. Driving up to the gate of the parking we couldn't get out and a message displayed we had to pay extra. No personnel on Sunday in the parking. Hotel staff at the reception couln't resolve this. Had to pay extra to get out. It's not about the money but it just doesn't feel right. [Less]
Great Dusseldorf Hotel
By Goto-San
For business or pleasure this is a great property. Easy access to subway only a couple of stops to main train station. Safe neighborhood with close by shopping. Hotel staff is excellent and very [More] helpful. [Less]
Recent Saty
By Smithy37
Excellent. Perfect for business customers. There re great facilities with excellent local transport links [Less]

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