Konigswall 1, Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia, 44137, Germany
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3 to 4 Star Hotels in Dortmund
I am organising a business trip to Dortmund in September (Scotland v Germany game). Can you recommend 3 or 4 star hotels in Dortmund that could cater for a business trip of 7 people? I am looking for a hotel that is in the centre of Dortmund but will also allow our guests to get to and from the Westfalen Stadium with some ease. Any advice would be much appreciated.
Re: 3 to 4 Star Hotels in Dortmund
There is a good hotel next to the Westfalen Stadium. I think it´s a 3 star. I forgot it´s name but it´s restaurant is called "Rosenterassen". It´s very good. Some friends of mine stayed there during the World Dog Show 2003. The next train station is in a walking distance. Or you try the Hilton. It is near the same train station and the Westfalen Stadium isn´t that far, too.
Travel Tips for Dortmund
This is where I live - Kreuzviertel
The Kreuzviertel is a city in the city. Appartments are difficult to get, because whoever lives here hardly moves to a different location. You are close to the centrum (by feet 10 minutes, by metro 5 minutes) and tons of bars around.
Check out the Kreuzviertel ! And see the best website of the Kreuzviertel: by
St. Petri Kirche
The St. Petri church is protestant and originally built between 1319 and 1353. The construction of the tower started in 1396. Part of the church collapsed in 1752. After the bombing in WW2 on 23rd May 1943 the St. Petri church was rebuilt between 1958 and 1981. The total height of the tower is 105 meters.
Inside the church is quite large. Make sure you go to the other end as you will find the famous Antwerp altar from 1521 behind a makeshift wall. It’s by master Gilles and is the biggest altar of Westfalia with 633 figures, it is also called the “golden wonder”. At certain times you can go on a tour behind the wall, if not then you can look through the windows like I did.
You can see the closed wing altar in the week before Easter. The side with the paintings (see my photo) you can see from Whitsunday until the beginning of October and the golden wonder from the 1st Sunday in October until before Easter and again until Whitsunday. The altar was not destroyed in the war because it was taken to security during that time.
Joy and Ray's Dortmund Page
Dortmund, then Aachen to visit Paul October 2, 2000
Monday we stopped in the town of Dortmund amidst terrible holiday traffic. Managed to find a parking space to visit the Reinold Church and see the 15th century sculptured altars and an eagle pulpit from 1450. We got back on the road to make it to Aachen to see Paul. Pulled in to his place just as he was leaving for his German lesson, but later we had dinner and visited into the wee hours. We hadn't seen him since Christmas 1999.
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Address: Konigswall 1, Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia, 44137, Germany