New Yorker Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Deutz-Muelheimer-Strasse 204, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 51063, Germany
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  • Families0
  • Couples81
  • Solo66
  • Business52

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Forum Posts

Boat Stay in Koln

by Rachelmaartens

My daughter and I will be visitors to the Anuga Trade Fair in Koln, Germany during October 2009. We would like to stay on a boat on the Rhein for 5-6 days. Any such accommodation available and what is the goning rate? Will there be a discount if we book for more than 2 adults?

Re: Boat Stay in Koln

by Kakapo2

I have no experience with those ships in Cologne or other cities along the Rhine. But I can give you a link to the website of those swimming hotels where you can find more information:

http://www.regis-hotelschiff.com/

The site is multilingual, so you should be able to navigate your way through. Those ships anchor there especially for the fairs, including the Anuga.

Price for a double cabin is from 179 to 199 Euro per night.

If you want to google more just go for "Hotelschiff Köln".

Re: Boat Stay in Koln

by EduardoStabholz

I am also interested in renting a room in a boat for Anuga 2009.
Who should I contact?

Re: Boat Stay in Koln

by Kakapo2

On the above mentioned website you find contact details:

http://www.regis-hotelschiff.com/eng/index.html

This is the email address:

info@regis-hotelschiff.com

On the links on the left you find details about the ship(s) in Cologne.

Travel Tips for Cologne

A general map

by sandravdp

It''s easy to find your way in the old city part of Cologne. Here I provide you with a map (see picture please).

The most favourite things to see in the old city of Cologne:

* The Dome
* Rhineparc
* The Fach houses
* The museum
* Rhine river boat tour
* Beergardens

Packing List

by miromi

bring lots of Kleenex so when you cry on the bridge you don't have to wipe it with articles of clothing. Just be sure not to litter! cameras must have a flash for those typical dark dreary summer days

Use public transport!

by thefurman

I have only been once for a few days but I am going again for an exhibition. The public transport system is great in Germany from what I have experienced. The trains run on time all of the time! It was a bit daunting for me at first but a few VTers gave me some links and advise and I found my way around fine. Always check the public transport pages before travel to get an idea on the stations available nearby - http://www.vrsinfo.de/eng/index.php VRS is one of the main services. The exhibition I attended included free 2nd class public transport which was an added bonus. When looking for a hotel around exhibition time you don't need to be in the centre of cologne (Koln), I have booked a hotel in Leverkusen and I was previously in Llangenfeld which works out much much cheaper.

Mexican Restaurant in Germany

by myrtle

We were so excited to have found a Mexican restaurant in Europe. We didn't have such high expectations since we were so far from Mexico, but it seems that Tex-Mex doesn't change much. It was exactly what we had expected, and the food was excellent. I think it helped that it had been several months since we had eaten Mexican food. We also had some really good margaritas. Mmm.

Inside Dom

by TrvlnGrrl

Taking a look at the inside of the Dom was fun. It is beautful and worth the few euros to get in. Its fine to take pictures inside, but be respectful in terms of clothing. When we were there there were teenages arguing with clergy about wanting to wear their hats inside...come on.

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 New Yorker Hotel

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Address: Deutz-Muelheimer-Strasse 204, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 51063, Germany