Hotel Residenz Oberhausen

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Hermann-Albertz-Strasse 69, Oberhausen, North Rhine-Westphalia, 46045, Germany
Hotel Residenz Oberhausen
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 26% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples100
  • Solo100
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

VT Meeting Düsseldorf , 11 October

by sabsi

Hi all,

I wanted to let you know that we have planned a little Düsseldorf Meeting for 11 October. So if you happen to live in the area or if you travel to the Düsseldorf region in October we would be happy to welcome you and have a few Altbiers together.

The meeting probably includes a little sightseeing part in the afternoon as well as dinner and drinks in the evening.

You can register here:

Looking forward to seeing you soon!?

Re: VT Meeting Düsseldorf , 11 October

by charlesracine

I wish I could, used to travel to DU 5 times a year (we had an office in Liege and then Essen) but, now with another company and haven't been there in 3 years. Schumacher Alt is my favorite but, they are all good!

Re: VT Meeting Düsseldorf , 11 October

by lcat61

Wow, I was in Düsseldorf on 4 October. I missed the meeting by 1 week.
Please keep me posted on future meetings. I'll be back in DU possibly as early as January.

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

See the Rhine, the most famous...

by blue-viggen

See the Rhine, the most famous and talked about river that landmarks Dusseldorf and so many neighbouring countries. The people and the town was surprisingly 'chique' I was pleasantly surprised and really liked the club atmosphere in the old town,,'' thumbs up''

Horses: Trojan and Power


Walking the streets of Dusseldorf, one can come across many surprising things. In my case, the first 'gem' I encountered was this Trojan horse, reminding me of Henri Moore and Barbara Hepworth's experiments with empty volumes.

The (two?) horse... power accompanying the statue were in its vicinity by chance? But of course, my horse!

Düsseldorf Main Station

by Nemorino

1. Back side of the station
2. Bertha-von-Suttner-Platz behind the station
3. Front side of the station

The front side of the main railroad station looks rather dumpy, just like any typical German station of the 1950s, which is why I have relegated that photo to the # 3 position.

The facade at the back side (first photo) was added later and looks much more urban, facing onto the Bertha-von-Suttner-Platz where the Adult Education Center is.

GPS 51°13'10.69" North; 6°47'39.18" East

Not all - MORE than you can eat...

by IceBear7 about Restaurant Marche Mövenpick

If you have breakfast here you don't need anything again until the next morning! It's a huge breakfast buffet, with fruit, jogurt, cereals, bread, cheese, all kinds of eggs, salmon, salads, cakes, croissants etc etc. For 7.90 Euro you can eat as much as you want, including various types of coffees and teas and one glass of fresh orange juice.

On Saturdays it's busy, lots of people come to get their energy before an exhausting day of shopping along the luxury stores in the Kö area. So you won't have a cosy, relaxed breakfast like in some of the other cafes in Düsseldorf. But you get a lot of food for a great price!

Breakfast buffet from 8 to 11, general meals afterwards. Self service. General opening hours 7 days a week, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

You can find the Marché Mövenpick Restaurants throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland, at many airports and fancy locations.

Palace Tower

by DanielF

This tower is the only rest of the former Palace, from the XIII century. I thought the building, like many other in Germany, went lost during the WWII, but it was not. It was destroyed in a fire in the XIX century and never rebuilt.

Today, you can visit a navigation museum and its cafe in the topfloor from where there is a nice view of the Rhine Promenade.

It is said that the ghost of the castle still lives there. It is not a very roomy tower, so chances to meet him are big, I suppose.


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