Melia Dusseldorf

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Dusseldorf Hotel
ChainMelia Hotels International
Melia Hotels & Resorts
Total meeting space1,200 sq. m
Guest rooms201
Inselstrasse 2
Dusseldorf 40479

Melia Dusseldorf

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Dusseldorf Hotel


DEHOGA(Deutscher Hotel- und Gaststättenverband)


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Room service
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Urban)


  • Onsite restaurant
  • Pet friendly
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Spa or salon

Venue accessibility

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance floor
  • Portable heaters
  • Staging area

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space1,200 sq. m
Meeting rooms9
Largest room250 sq. m
Second largest room150 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms201
Double (2 beds)201


Local Attractions


5 minutes away
The longest bar in the world Since the rock band Toten Hosen dedicated their song "Altbierlied" (dark beer song) to Düsseldorf's pubs and bars, "the longest bar in the world" has become famous far beyond Düsseldorf. More than 250 pubs, restaurants and bars line the streets of the Old Town. Quaint breweries, trendy restaurants or student pubs with a friendly atmosphere - go for it and explore the variety!
Düsseldorf, DE

Gehry Buildings

Business district
2 km away
Der Neue Zollhof is situated at the Eastern edge of the Rhine River harbor front in downtown Duesseldorf, near the administrative complex of the North Rhine Westphalia province. Currently occupied primarily by warehouses, this stretch of the waterfront is being redeveloped as an urban public zone, to comprise primarily art and media agencies. Due to its proximity to the residential district immediately to the South, and to the municipal and financial district further to the East, the rehabilitation of the harbor front is intended to provide an open public amenity for the City, while underscoring the emergence of Duesseldorf as a cultural and business center.


2 minutes away
Two cities, two theatres: Since 1956 the Deutsche Oper am Rhein and the Ballett am Rhein perform both in the opera house in Düsseldorf and the theatre in Duisburg. Discover our programme with almost 300 events and performances.
Heinrich-Heine-Allee 16a
Düsseldorf, DE 40213

Aquazoo - Löbbecke-Museum

3 km away
The Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum is a unique combination of a zoo, an aquarium and a natural history museum. The evolution of biological diversity is the main focus of the exhibition with 25 themed rooms: following the development of the first water borne organisms, their spread throughout the sea, their colonisation of freshwater habitats, to their settlement in varying terrestrial habitats. Special highlights include a magnificent spermwhale skeleton, a large shark aquarium and a living coral reef with a variety of invertebrates and fish, a tropical hall with crocodiles and lush vegetation, as well as many extraordinary insects, amphibians and reptiles. You can use all of your senses to explore the natural phenomena through experiments, microscopes and tactile installations. For children, there are stimulating signs and interactive exhibits to observe, explore and try out. Through the conservation, breeding and research projects, the collections and educational activities, the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum aims to actively protect biological diversity.
Kaiserswerther Str. 380 im Nordpark
Düsseldorf, DE 40200

Museum Kunstpalast

2 minutes away
The Museum Kunstpalast, which was redesigned by Oswald Matthias Ungers and opened in 2001, is located in the center of Düsseldorf, right on the Rhine river. Ever since it reopened, the house has gained for itself an international reputation with its high-quality exhibitions, such as Miró, Dalí, Warhol, Caravaggio, "Bonjour Russia", "Diana and Actaeon" and Per Kirkeby. The permanent exhibit too, whose spectrum ranges from medieval sculptures to an outstanding assortment of Baroque graphic works up to paintings of the Düsseldorf School of Painting and Expressionism, as well as contemporary photography, is held in great esteem all over the world. The Hentrich Glass Collection is also found in the Museum Kunstpalast, and is the most comprehensive glass collection in Europe, tracing the development of glass artistry without interruption from luxury glass objects of the pre-Roman period up to glass art from contemporary studios. The Robert Schumann Hall, a multifunctional hall offering a sophisticated program running from chamber music to cabaret, is also integrated into the museum.
Ehrenhof 4-5
Düsseldorf, DE 40479


2 minutes away
TONHALLE - the music planetarium In 1926, a beautiful planetarium was built on the banks of the river Rhine in Düsseldorf. It was supposed to give people an insight into the 5,984,000,000 or so kilometres from the sun to the outer-most planets of our system. As is often the case in history though, things turned out very differently. In the 1970s, the city’s famous semi-sphere was turned into a concert hall where the public gathered to explore the unlimited breadths of culture and to be inspired by international stars of all genres — from classical music to jazz, and from chanson and soul to cabaret. In 2005, the conservative colour of the large concert hall gave way to a metal blue, giving the venue a modern feel. The dome-shaped and refined sound deflection make for magnificent acoustics. Optically, light diodes and a refined lighting concept today have turned the concert hall back into what it has always been: a “Music Planetarium”. Düsseldorf‘s starry sky means concerts here are a particularly special experience. Director Michael Becker is amazed at how the concert hall attracts audiences: “Now the corner acoustics have been brought into the round at the concert hall, we are all indulging in concerts under the stars.” More than 200 concerts with more than 220,000 spectators per year make the “Music Planetarium” a splendid cultural forum and a place to meet people. Over the years, two things in particular have remained unchanged: the large range and the frequent euphorically celebrated discoveries in Germany’s most beautiful concert venue.
Ehrenhof 1
Düsseldorf, DE 40479

Getting Here

Easily accessible by car via several motorway exits as well as by Public Transport : Underground U78 / U79, Tram 706.


  • Paid parking€25.00 / day

Distance from airport

  • 7 km from venue


The Meliá Dusseldorf is located in the heart of the capital Dusseldorf, across from the oldest public park in Germany, the "Hofgarten". You can reach the world famous Koenigsallee (KÖ) with fashion mile and exclusive shopping galleries as well as the historical old town in walking distance. The Meliá Dusseldorf in quiet city location convinces with its modern design and comfortable appointment.

Additional Information

201 rooms: 156 Meliá Guestrooms 34 Meliá Premium Rooms 8 Junior Suites 3 Executive Junior Suites 9 daylight conference rooms with 1200 sqm Purple Lounge ( for exclusive and private Events ) Restaurant Aqua Wellness area : 2 saunas, steam bath, ice fountain, relax area. Massages on request Fitness center Underground car park


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