Proventhotel Mirage Neuss

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Krefelder Strasse 1, Neuss, North Rhine-Westphalia, 41460, Germany
Mirage Hotel Neuss
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Costs 41% less but rated 37% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples66
  • Solo66
  • Business26

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Weekend trip!

by junkers

I'll be spending a weekend in Dusseldorf at the end of January and would like suggestions as to "delicious" places to eat.I've heard the restaraunt at the top of the TV Tower is expensive?Also,I'm travelling alone - any suggestions as to the nightlife - nothing seedy though!!Cheers.

Re: Weekend trip!

by Weissdorn

Düsseldorf:

Original Düsseldorf Hearty German:
Zum Schlüssel
http://www.hausbrauerei-zum-schluessel.de

Restaurant Schorn
http://www.restaurant-schorn.de/

Die Ente
Rathelbeckstraße 319
(in the Altstadt)

Op de Eck
http://www.op-de-eck.de

Re: Weekend trip!

by Flyingfriar

Restaurant Akropolis (ImmermannStrabe 40) was friendly and cheap. Tower restaurant wasn't actually expensive at all.

Travel Tips for Düsseldorf

Sailing?

by AndyRG

The city offers a variety of memorable sights, the best one is a visit at the streets of the old city. This boat doesn't... sleep at the industrial port, but at the heart of this charming "longest bar in the world"... Its advantage is the location of it on the banks of Rhine.

A visit to Neuss! What amazing...

by Luiz

A visit to Neuss! What amazing and warm town. Walk by the Krefelder/Nieder/Buchel Strasse (it's the main street, and the name changes along by)and feel the city, the fruits market and the many Backerei.

Public transport

by sabsi

Düsseldorf (and actually all of Northrhine Westphalia) has a great public transport system. The company that runs the system is called "Rheinbahn".

You can use trams, busses or the subway within Düsseldorf. Tickets aren't exactly cheap. A single ticket is €2,10! If you are travelling in a group the better deal is to get a day ticket. It costs € 10,60 and it works as group ticket for five people! A day ticket for one person costs 4,90.

Be careful! Night service is a bit on the weak side so trams stop running around midnight during the week and you will get home best by taxi. At the weekend some trams run until 2 in the morning but the system is quite confusing. In autumn 2006 they finally invented the wheel in Düsseldorf: There are night busses now! I haven't tried them yet but I will let you know once I did.

The S-Bahn will bring you to all the other big places around (like Cologne, Essen, Dortmund etc) or to the airport.

Upmarket shops for the discerning...

by sourbugger

Nothing unusual in having a shopping centre in Dusseldorf, but this place showcases much that is best in German design.

The range of furniture in particular is quite extraordinary.

I especially liked the ground floor where you could sit and have coffee on seats and sofas worth hundreds of pounds. As I looked up into the oval shaped atrium with flying staircases strung across it, I tried not to spill my coffee, although a few crumbs may have fallen down the back of the pristine blemish-free leather - sorry.

The "Shopping guide" also amused me. Unlike in the UK where such a guide is filled with adverts and vouchers this was just one photocopied sheet of a massively detailed Excel spreadsheet - detailing all the stores and exactly what they sold - how incredibly Germanic.

Neander Church

by Sjalen

I have never come across this name before with churches, but then it only got this name in 1916, in honour of the song writer Joachim Neander who lived in the 17th century. It was built as the first Reformist church in the city in 1684 and is very pretty.

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