Hotel Westfalischer Hof

Elisabethstrasse 52, Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, 40217, Germany
Hotel Westfaelischer Hof
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Budget Accommodation

by srivastava

I shall be in Düsseldorf and need info on budget accommodation/homestay/bed&breakfast.

RE: Budget Accommodation

by PatSteffen

Hi !
You could have a look at:
www.bed-and-breakfast.de
www.tourismus-duesseldorf.de
or try the reservation service :
www.hrs.de (but they only have hotels)

Hope you have a nice time in my hometown :o))

Patricia

RE: Budget Accommodation

by srivastava

I got IYHF. How far is Bankstrasse and Rather Broich from Duesseldorfer Str. 1? Is there any German site that can help me get an idea of the distances? Thanx

RE: Budget Accommodation

by wilde13

Maybe Backpacker hostel.

http://www.backpackers-duesseldorf.de/index.php?lg=de&ct=6

RE: RE: Budget Accommodation

by PatSteffen

Hi,
yes you can go to www.duesseldorf.de click on Stadtplan and you can
see, where the streets are.
There is a bus going directly from outside the youthhostel to the main station,
where you can catch another train to Rather Broich. To the Bankstrasse, it´s only a walk to the next bridge, where you can take a tram or -much easier- walk across and down to the Altstadt.
Pat.

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Largest Japanese community in Germany

by elbe

Düsseldorf often is called „Klein-Tokyo am Rhein" which means Little-Tokyo at the Rhine. The first Japanese in Düsseldorf was registered in 1905. Today Düsseldorf is home and place of employment for the largest Japanese community in Germany. Around the Immermannstraße you find many Japanese shops, hotels and (very good)restaurants. The Japanese community in Düsseldorf is the third largest in Europe - right behind London and Paris. 6.428 Japanese live in the city of Düsseldorf, 8.623 in the whole administrative district and 10.949 in Northrhine-Westfalia (31. January 2002).

Night clubs

by karma_kola

There are plenty of nightclubs. Though we were refused entry in a couple of them. Though I couldn't understand why...I thought we were pretty non threatening looking bunch...

Anyway, finally we landed up at this R&B place at the Alstad...Good music...huge dance floor but expensive...most places the beer was between 1.5 to 2.5 Euros. Here it was 4 euros plus a Euro 6 entry charge...

zum Schlüssel

by Gili_S about zum Schlüssel

This restaurant is in the centre of the old city, it is traditional but touristy as well. Inside there is a brewery as well and the Alt Bier is really good.
We alos had once a great VT meeting here with eating and drinking great food. The Schnitzel, see next picture.

The recession is still biting

by sourbugger

The Konigsallee is generally regarded as one of the finest shopping streets in Germany. The upmarket shops line both sides of the street and a number of medium-sized shopping centres and arcades are scattered along its' length.

The trees and canal in the centre also make the experience feel less crowded than in other similar places. It may also be the fact that Germany is still coming out of recession that the queues were shorter here than in places like Woolworth's in the old town where they were 30 or 40 deep !

By the way, the road is apparantly known as 'king's alley' due to an incident many years back (I promise I'm not making this up). The king of that area of Germany at the time was visiting Dusseldorf, but was pelted with a load of dung, crap, s h i t, muck, turds by some locals. One of the ways amends was made was to rename the street. I think this is rather a pity, it would be quite cool to shop along 'crap throwers road' or 'one in the face avenue' or
's h i t creek'. !!!

Reflections

by Mariajoy

This huge office complex in the Media Port area of Duesseldorf is constructed from glass, wood, steel and stone and it's style fits in very well architecturally with other buildings in the area. Check the website for all the specs.

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