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        Hotels in Düsseldorf (North Rhine-Westphalia)

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        Comfort Hotel Monheim
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        Comfort Hotel Monheim
        Monheim am Rhein
        8.4

        58 Evaluations

        3.00 km to the city centreDistance to city center 3.50 km to train stationDistance to station 25.00 km to airportDistance to airport
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        amenities Parking directly by the hotel
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        Comfort Hotel Monheim
        Holiday Inn Express DUSSELDORF - CITY NORTH
        HRS stars
        7.6

        138 Evaluations

        3.07 km to the city centreDistance to city center 3.34 km to train stationDistance to station 4.93 km to airportDistance to airport
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        amenities Parking directly by the hotel
        Holiday Inn Express DUSSELDORF - CITY NORTH
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        What can I expect when I book a hotel for business travel in Düsseldorf?

        Düsseldorf is the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia state in Germany, and an international centre for finance. With many trade fairs focusing on telecommunications, fashion, and advertising, it makes a particularly attractive destination for business. It’s also popular with pleasure travellers seeking to enjoy excellent shopping and nightlife. Booking a hotel in Düsseldorf puts you at the heart of one of Germany’s most important commercial centres.

        What makes Düsseldorf a special destination?

        Similar to Paris, Düsseldorf is divided into numbered districts. District 1 forms the city’s main core. Although it is one of the more compact districts, it still contains several distinct zones, including the financial hub of Stadtmitte (City Centre). It's here you'll find the main businesses and shopping areas. Altstadt (Old Town) is a medieval quarter that’s become the city’s centre for nightlife, while Carlstadt has a more relaxed, distinctly bohemian feel. Make sure to venture out to see all that each disctrict has to offer. Everything is close to your hotel in Düsseldorf!

        Where is business done in town?

        Conference centres abound in this city of commerce – you’ll find CCD Congress Centre Düsseldorf and the Hilton Düsseldorf close by in District 1. ISS DOME, Dorint Kongresshotel, and Leonardo Hotel offer additional conferencing space around the city centre. Regular trade shows include the "boot Düsseldorf boat show", "Beauty International", "id infotage dental", and the "European Manufacturing Strategies Summit", among many others. Telecom companies Vodafone and E-Plus have offices here, along with Nokia, Huawei, NTT, and others. The city is also home to no less than 400 advertising agencies and many designer clothes stores on the Konigsallee.

        What can I enjoy after work around my hotel in Düsseldorf?

        The professionals of Düsseldorf know how to have a good time, with a great many pubs and clubs around town catering to the busy working crowd. For a relaxed night out, enjoy an Altbier, the region’s signature beer, in the quaint surroundings of Altstadt. The View Skylounge and Bar in District 1 is a stylish drinking establishment with great views, while the nearby Nachtresidenz (Night Residence) is a luxurious club that boasts stunning architecture. Don’t miss the Rheinturm (Rhine Tower), Düsseldorfs telecommunications tower, which resembles Seattle’s space needle. It features an observation deck and restaurant 170 metres up.