City Partner Auszeit Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Auf dem Hennekamp 71, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40225, Germany
Auszeit Hotel Dusseldorf
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 41% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

travel to caravan fair

by jerrydee

can somebody tell/help me
arriving from shannon on tuesday 28th aug and flying back 30th
arriving at 22.05 so its quiet late...
please can you help on transfers and hotels near the exbit centre
queit hotel pefer in middle
any help would be very grateful

Re: travel to caravan fair

by abalada

DB timetable
From: DUS
To: Duesseldorf Messe Nord
To: Duesseldorf Messe Osteingang

> hotels near the exbit centre
A bit late for such a wish.

Re: travel to caravan fair

by IceBear7

regarding hotels you might try the tulip inn at the airport, or lindner airport hotel. you might also try hotels in duisburg as düsseldorf is probably fully booked...

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Amazing Nightlife...

by steventilly

I just loved the nightlife of Dusseldorf. Not for nothing is it known as "the longest bar in the world" - the streets of the town centre are crammed with bar after bar (broken here and there by the odd curry wurst or doner shop).
The atmosphere is lively, but always friendly.

Dusseldorf by walk, by bike, by bus

by wilde13

The Geschichtswerkstatt is an institution, where some people take care about the history of Düsseldorf. They do offer you various tours through Düsseldorf by walk, by bike and by bus.

Their internet site do also offer many interesting news and historical pictures.

The people are very friendly and are far from the standard tourist programme.


by penumbra about Ham-Ham

Huge rotisseries loaded with meat slowly spin waiting for the beinging of the noon hour crowds. Extensive menu to select from: Mixed Grill, Grillfeller, Pfeffersteak, Rumpsteak, Huftsteak, Cordon bleu, Putensteak, Zwiebelsteak, Champignonsteak, Zigeunersteak, Schnitzel, Raznjki, Pijeskavico, Cepapcki, Schweinebraten, Schweinehaxe, Eisbein, Schweineieber, Lamm, Jagerspiess, Leberkase, Filetspiess, Debreciner, Hahnchen, Schweinebrotchen, Cevapcicibrotchen, Pijeskavicabrotchen, Hamburger, Currywurst, Bratwurst, Bohnensuppe, Rinderkraftbruhe, Kraut Bohnensalat, Pommes Frites. Outstanding pork roll.

Above the City

by Zandra

The 234 m tall (768 ft) Rheinturm (Rhine tower), built from 1979 to 1981, is Düsseldorf's TV tower. It’s also the city’s tallest building and provides the best views of the city and its surroundings; I've actually been told that on a clear day it’s possible to the see the cathedral in Cologne. An elevator travelling with the speed of 4 m/second will take you up. At the top of the tower there’s a nice but pretty expensive restaurant, which during opening hours revolves around the axis of the tower. One lap is completed in an hour, thus the speed is not overwhelming! Below the restaurant there’s an open viewing platform (good for proposals...) and a cafeteria.

Another popular feature of the Rheinturm is the digital clock along the shaft of the tower. It was designed and developed by a light artist named Horst Baumann, and supposedly it’s the largest digital clock in the world. The time is displayed by lit and blinking lamps at the shaft of the tower. There’s some kind of logic behind it, but personally I've never been able to figure the time out!

The Germans take great pride in their TV-towers, naturally the Rheinturm is, according to the Düsseldorfer; "Germany's most beautiful TV-tower". However, I've also met quite a few Germans from other cities, sharing this opinion!

The Rheinturm is Düsseldorf's most popular landmark; during the day admired because of its graceful shape, and by night appreciated for its fascinating purple-blue light, illuminating the Rhine promenade.

Burgplatz saved

by DanielF

The romantic ideals that host the spiritis of many Germans have threatened the Burgplatz with the reconstruction (an idealised one) of the former palace. Fortunately, none of these plans has ever succeeded and citizens along with visitors can still enjoy this beautiful open space without the constraints of a long gone past.


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