If you are looking for a cheap place to stay, consider Ibis Essen Hauptbahnhof, which is a convenient option among other 14 budget hotels in Essen. On a budget, you will find Hotel Am Schloss Borbeck within a short walking distance of Oberhausen Technology Center. Hotel Hoffmann is a budget-friendly apartment that is a 10-minute walk from Berliner Platz subway station.
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you're planning your first trip to Essen, consider staying in one of the 11 hotels in the downtown locations, such as Motel One Essen or Suite-Apartment-Essen. A top-rated option is Sure Hotel by Best Western Essener Hof, which is less than 0.3 miles from the city center. Guests planning to visit Altenessen district could consider booking a room at Petul Apart Hotel City, which is a short walk from Colosseum Theater.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Essen
Located 0.9 miles from Museum Folkwang, luxury Museum Folkwang offers a tennis court and a sauna. Hotel An Der Gruga is a quirky boutique hotel set in Ruettenscheid district.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Families can consider booking an apartment Ferienwohnung An Der Haldenstrasse, close to Red Dot Design Museum that features a free private parking lot and a free parking lot. Those who are seeking comfy B&Bs can stop by Folkwang University of the Arts, where they will find Casino Rehmannshof with a free private parking lot and free parking. Hotel Rutherbach offers guests 3-star family accommodation and comes with free self-parking, a tennis court and canoeing. Novum Hotel Arosa Essen is a great resort for travelers to Essen who would like to spend their vacation relaxing with a sauna, a health club and a rooftop terrace.
City Guide: Discover the best of Essen
Busy cosmopolitan with the office skyscrapers at the heart and bustling shopping life, Essen is a large German industrial city.
Its significant contribution to coal mining industry reflects in the most popular tourist attraction of the city, the Zollverein Industrial Complex. The most beautiful coal mine in the world is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In addition to the important industrial monument the Complex houses Ruhrmuseum and Red Dot Design Museum, and it’s a popular scene for the Essen’s cultural events. You should also visit Villa Hügel, another industrial attraction of the city. The palace-like former residence of the Krupp manufacturing family nowadays houses a unique collection of art.
Famous for its extraordinary museums, outstanding collections and fabulous events, Essen is a catch for the visitors. Make your journey to Essen unforgettable with the help of Booked.net. Find the cheapest hotels in Essen or the most luxurious ones at the lowest price at Booked.net
You will be surprised how many cultural attractions are waiting for you in the city of steel and coal. Right in the center of the city you will find early Gothic Essen Cathedral constructed on the foundations of the first Essen collegiate church built in the 9th century. The Cathedral Treasury houses the most precious heritage of the city, the treasures from the Ottonian times. Collection include: Golden Madonna of Essen, the oldest sculpture of Madonna, which dates back to 980 and gem-studded childhood crown of Emperor Otto III (983 – 1002).
Other attractions include;
- Old Synagogue was erected in 1913 by the Essen’s Jewish community. In 1938 it was burned out during the progrom night. Since 1980 the Synagogue has been restored and now it is a memorial devoted to the Jewish culture.
- Folkwang Museum in Essen houses the most important 19th and 20th century art collection in the Ruhr area. Enjoy the world-class masterpieces of the great artists such as Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet, Cézanne, Picasso, Gauguin and Dali. Do we need to go on?
- The Red Dot Design Museum, located in the Zollverein Industrial Complex, contains an outstanding collection devoted to contemporary design. Collection include: cars, furniture, watches, mobile phones and many other interesting exhibits.
- The Ruhrmuseum is one of the oldest museums in the Ruhr area. The museum contains enthralling exhibitions covering natural and cultural history of the Ruhr area.
- Aalto Theatre, which opened its doors in 1988, has a fascinating asymmetric design. The theatre is home to the famous Essen Opera performing outstanding opera and ballet.
- Beautiful Gruga Park is one of the biggest parks in Germany. It offers you flower terraces, tropical greenhouses, botanical gardens and much more for the family entertainment.
Don’t miss the fabulous event of the city, The Essen Festival of Lights. From the late October to the beginning of January the city is dressed up in the colorful light bulbs, the theme is different every year. The city reminds of fairytale even more when you walk through Essen’s Christmas market with the delicious treats and numerous Christmas gifts for every taste.
Home of the outstanding museums, collections of a great value, fantastic opera, Essen is a tourist’s must-see. Plan your journey to Essen wisely with the help of Booked.net. Save money on the direct booking of the cheapest hotels in Essen or the most luxurious ones at our website.