Hotels in Düsseldorf - H-Hotels.com
„Full of life, lovable, modern and multi-cultural, traditional and tolerant“ – this is how Düsseldorf sees itself. The capital of North Rhine-Westphalia has lots to offer: Stroll through the Old Town or Media Harbour, and be amazed by the sheer variety of attractions.
This city on the Rhine is known for its vivacious mix of centuries-long history and modern quality of life. It attracts guests with magnificent monuments such as Benrath Castle, fun meeting places at the “longest bar in the world” and cultural programmes like the North Rhine-Westphalia Art Collection or the German Opera of the Rhine. The famous Königsallee luxury shopping promenande – or „Kö“ – is famous far beyond the State boundary.
Designer shops, the city moat and architectural components such as the Kö Bow make the historical shopping street well worth a visit. An interesting selection of shops can also be found in Schadowstraße or the stilwerk Düsseldorf, amongst other places.
To be within 10 minutes of Düsseldorf Main Station, the Zoo or the city centre? This is possible with the new H2 Hotel Düsseldorf City, which opened its doors for you in 2022. With its 2-bed and 4-bed rooms, and design-oriented concept, H2 Hotel Düsseldorf City is an equal favourite with business travellers, tour groups and families.
The H2 Hotel Düsseldorf Seestern is situated in the famous district ‘‘Am Seestern‘‘ and proves itself with its proximity to the Rhine, the Messe Düsseldorf and the inner city with its tourist attractions. 68 of the 300 rooms in the new H2 Hotel Düsseldorf Seestern have four beds and are therefore ideal for travelling families or a joint city break with friends.
The most popular attractions in Düsseldorf
Why not start your city tour of Düsseldorf with a walk on the Rhine Promenade, past the Old Town. You´ll soon be at the Castle Tower on Burgplatz. This mighty tower is now home to a shipping museum. Here in the historical centre of Düsseldorf, take time to view the St. Lambertus Church or the baroque St. Andreas Church, or go on a quick visit to the Old Town Hall.
The city´s modern landmarks include the 240 metre-high Rhine Tower next to the State Parliament building, and the Gehry buildings in the Media Harbour. The former Rhine harbour has its own special charm, cleverly combining older features from the harbour and avant-garde architecture. Numerous restaurants and clubs have transformed the harbour into a popular meeting place.
Things to do in and around Düsseldorf
Theatre performances in the Capitol Theatre or the Schauspielhaus, a classical music concert in the Tonhalle, home to the Düsseldorf Symphony Orchestra, an evening in Roncalli's Apollo Variété, a cultural event in the Zakk Halle or Mitsubishi Electric HALLE or sports in the ESPRIT Arena – there´s so much on offer that one visit won´t be enough! There are a number of museums for every age group and special interest: Art enthusiasts will enjoy the Hombroich Island Museum or “Art in the Tunnel”.
The Neanderthal Museum has a series of exhibits on ancient history, and the Düsseldorf Place of Remembrance and Commemoration for the victims of the National Socialist dictatorship remind visitors of one of the darkest periods in recent history.
If you´re interested in cinema and new media, the Düsseldorf film museum and the Düsseldorf NRW Forum are perfect for an afternoon visit. The many destinations in the town include the Kaiserpfalz Kaiserswerth ruins - probably the oldest building within the city boundaries - the airport visitors´ terrace and the Neuss Skiing Hall, which also has a climbing park and archery centre.