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Budget hotels in Dusseldorf
If you're on the hunt for a low-cost stay, check out Garden Bilk Hafen with rates starting from 88US$ or City Partner Hotel Villa Fiore where prices start at 105US$. Hotel Karolinger is an affordable choice that will put you within a 20-minute walk of Das Dusseldorfer Stadttor. A good budget-friendly option in Stadtmitte district is Dusseldorfer Appartment, a 15-minute walk to ArcheoPoint and not far from La Grappa.
Proximity to public transport
Kastens is about 1.8 km from Duesseldorf (QDU-Duesseldorf Central Train Station) airport, so you can take an early flight. Hotels such as Doria and Hotel Am Hofgarten are located a short walk from Nordstraße metro station. Cityminis is 3-star accommodation within a 10 minutes' walk of the center and near Central Düsseldorf railway station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
The city center boasts 30 hotels, such as Townhouse Dusseldorf and Hotel Bejuna. Wohnung7 and Burns Art Apartments are good apartments that will place you within a 10-minute walk of the city center. If you would like to stay in a neighborhood near restaurants like Mekong, book a hotel in Unterbilk district, such as Hotel Moon or Radisson Blu Media Harbour Hotel, Dusseldorf.
Accommodation option close to Martinssaule is Hotel An Der Oper Dusseldorf next to cafés, restaurants and bars. Select a hotel next to St. Peter Kirche, such as Ariana that is only a 10-minute walk away.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
The upscale Nikko Dusseldorf offers the sea views and is close to parks and a river. The 3-star Novum Hotel Excelsior Dusseldorf offers boutique accommodation in Pempelfort district and is a 5-minute walk to Ehrenhof. Concorde Hotel Ascot is a top-rated chain hotel in Gerresheim district, and is situated within easy reach of Schlusselmoment.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Guests planning to visit Stadtmitte district may want to book a room at Art Hotel Ufer, with rates from 162US$. Barcelona Bed & Breakfast is a family hotel that is just a 15-minute walk from Linzbach. For an unforgettable vacation, look at Mercure Dusseldorf Sud in Hassels district, offering views of the garden.
It’s home to the longest bar in Europe.
This is how Altstadt, the oldest part of Dusseldorf is known. In Munich or Berlin you can find an Old Town with an original historical face, but not in Dusseldorf. In the warren of cobbled streets of Dusseldorf you are more likely to find 500 clubs and discos where glasses are brimming with beer.
If you still doubt Dusseldorf’s skills at throwing a party, pack your suitcases and find out for yourself. No matter whether you prefer a cheap hotel in Dusseldorf or a luxury one we have them all listed at Booked.net complete with maps, photos and secure forms. It takes you just a click at Booked.net to join those sipping draft beer in the cafes and bars of Dusseldorf.
Dusseldorf is well-known for its ''Altbier'', which translates as old beer, and refers to a special brewing method known nowhere else in Germany, but here in Dusseldorf. The name "Altbier" first appeared in the 1800s to differentiate the beers of Dusseldorf from the new method of brewing gaining a hold in Germany. Thus, Dusseldorf brewing makes beer taste different, so bar-hopping is a second to none activity in the city.
Anyway, brewing is more a hobby for Dusseldorf than a business to thrive on. What really makes up the main income for this powerhouse of the German economy is a variety of industries from banking, advertising, fashion and telecommunications. Combined these have put the city among the wealthiest of German cities.
Even though Dusseldorf is vain about its role in the Germany of today, it's wrong to think it was always like that. Close your eyes and imagine a little village on the tiny river Düssel, a tributary of the Rhine…that was initially what Dusseldorf looked like, there was no hint it would grow to become a future economic powerhouse of the region. After the terrible destruction of WWII that left almost 85 percent of Dusseldorf in ruins, the city was reborn as a prosperous center in terms of politics, culture and business.
This city full of banks and industrial offices has a number of attractions to see;
- Schneider-Wibbel-Gasse, packed with restaurants and bars offering Spanish cuisine
- The St. Lambertus Basilika, built in the style of the lower Rhine gothic
- K20, the city's newest contemporary art museum famous for its masterpieces by Klee, Picasso and Dalí.
Most of these sights you can find on the right bank of Dusseldorf, while modern Dusseldorf, on the left bank is shaped by the Gehry buildings in Media Harbor. These two sides are connected by five bridges, but the most impressive for strolls is the Oberkassel. Both banks are densely inhabited with 586,217-strong population multicultural in essence as one sixth of this number is foreign born.
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