What We Love
- The onsite Holmes Place Health Club has a ton of fitness facilities, including a pool and sauna
- Stylish restaurant PÉGA hosts Gabelfruehstueck, a beloved Sunday brunch tradition
- Bar Fifty Nine has the most comprehensive whiskey selection in town
What To Know
- Dogs are allowed, for a fee of 25 euros per day, per pet
- There are 14 meeting and conference rooms, so expect to encounter lots of events
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Located on the soigné boulevard of Koenigsallee, the elegant vibe at this urban stay begins when you enter the lobby, with its soaring light-filled atrium, and continues into the guestrooms with rich wood paneled walls, plush bedding and a warm, soothing color palette. Visitors on business in Dusseldorf will appreciate the 24-hour gym with pool and sauna — not to mention that when the meetings are over, a huge selections of whiskey and cocktails await in the clubby lounge.
In the Area
To get the lay of the land, head to the top of Rheinturm Duesseldorf, an observation tower offering panoramic views all the way to Cologne, then come back down to earth at two of the city’s great art museums, Kunstsammlung, or K20, a modern art museum with an excellent collection of Paul Klee paintings — the first collection the institution acquired in the 1960s — and the Kunsthalle, another contemporary venue that showcases thoughtful German and international art. After dark, reserve a seat at The Apollo, a concert hall showing a roster of high-energy dance performances and shows, and end the evening with a glass of fine bubbles at http://www.champagner-galerie.de on Koenigsallee.
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My third stay in 9 months. I choose because of location, quality service and nice firendly staff. I stayed in suite room which was spacious, luxury and always clean. Nice lounge service and food. My first coice in Dusseldorf city center
Stayed for a business trip and could not fault the experience. The room was excellent and bed extremely comfortable with several sizes of pillows. Great food in the restaurant - we had set 4 course meal and everything was very tasty. Very pleasant few days.
I stayed in this hotel over 3 months ago and the primary memory is of a good quality upscale hotel with robotic and borderline rude staff.
The location is excellent, in the heart of Duesseldorf's poshest street, 10-15 minutes from the banks of the Rhine (check out the sunset!) and a 15 minute stroll from the main station.
I was welcomed, begrudgingly it seemed, as a Spire Elite member by a surly member of staff. I was told my room was upgraded to a Club room but without Club access. So that seemed pointless.
The room itself was well appointed, I liked the separate bath and shower. I slept well, there was no noise of note.
I skipped breakfast as I had a mid-morning flight. I also didn't have time to use other amenities.
Overall I'd like to return and would hope to have a warmer welcome next time.
We enjoyed our two night visit to the InterContinental Dusseldorf. Best of all, the location. Right on the “5th avenue” of Dusseldorf, nestled along the canal, the property put us right in the middle of where we wanted to be for shopping and dining and only a short walk away to the old town city center. The team at the hotel was helpful, friendly and provided consistent hospitality. We enjoyed the use of the Club Lounge and the very nice breakfast included there.
The design of the hotel provides open and airy spaciousness with the lobby enjoying the sunshine. The only downside was that with the heat of the day, the lobby quickly rose in temperature and by mid morning even the Club Lounge was too warm.
Excellent service, terrific location, and ideal accommodations. Highly recommended
The building itself it's impressive, starting with the lobby and restaurant areas. Room was very well equipped and enjoyed a great services from all the staff I came across with.
I highly recommend the cocktails at the bar!