Nestled between regional commercial centres Duisburg and Essen, and the state capital of Düsseldorf, Mülheim an der Ruhr is an exceptionally well-positioned business hub in western Germany. With a population of over a hundred thousand, it is a significant economic engine for the region. Book your Mülheim an der Ruhr hotel room to have a base in a city that is brimming with culture and opportunities.
What will I find here?
Mülheim an der Ruhr is a major economic player within the state, known for its numerous business and leisure fairs, which include the Spirits Fair, showcasing a range of distilled alcoholic beverages. The city is marked by Halde Hoheward, a relic of its industrial mining past. Atop the largest hill in Mülheim an der Ruhr is a gigantic sundial and observatory, and of course you can see for miles around from its summit. There's additionally a harbour, which is home to much of the city's leisure and cultural offerings.
What is business life like?
The House of Business is the first port of call for new enterprises and entrepreneurs coming to the city, and is purpose-built to support you with all your business needs. This prestigious centre has launched numerous companies, and is the headquarters of Mülheim & Business GmbH, a business incubator founded with the Mülheim Business Association. Its excellent facilities provide the ideal environment for conferences and meetings, drawing business people from across the spectrum. Business events in the city are exceptionally well promoted, and every sector can find representation in the calendar. One key event is Expo Real, a major property trade fair. Overall, the city is ascending the ranks of Germany's most important business hubs.
What can I look forward to when I choose a Mülheim an der Ruhr hotel?
Alongside enjoying the comfort of your Mülheim an der Ruhr hotel, you can visit 'Museum Mile', with highlights including the Founders and Executives Museum. Located in the House of Business, this museum offers an insight into the history of Mülheim's economy. Or try the Camera Obscura Museum for a new perspective on the history of film. It's also worth visiting Bochum, a nearby historic city complete with its own castle. Today, the castle and beautiful half-timbered houses dating from the 17th century remain.