NH Dusseldorf Koenigsallee

Dusseldorf Hotel
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ChainNH Hotel Group
BrandNH Hotel Group
Total Meeting Space
Guest Rooms111
Adersstrasse 29-31
Dusseldorf 40215




Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Room Service


  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Pet Friendly

Venue Accessible By

  • Taxi
  • Train

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Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms111



Local Attractions

Schloss Benrath

Historical Landmark
17 minutes away
An easy ten-kilometer journey from the city center by public transit, Schloss Benrath is a splendid Baroque palace constructed between 1756 and 1773. Highlights include the palace's sumptuous interior, as well as a stroll around its huge park and gardens. Originally built for Elector Carl Theodor, the palace is home to three excellent museums focusing on various aspects of life in the 18th century: in the main palace building is Museum Corps de Logis, showcasing the history of Benrath and its architecture, while the equally interesting Museum for Landscape Art and the Natural Science Museum are situated in other park buildings.

Königsallee (Kö)

1 mi. away
Shopping Street

Rheinturm Düsseldorf

Historical Landmark
2 mi. away
Günnewig Rheinturm Düsseldorf Above the rooftops of Düsseldorf ... at the Günnewig Rheinturm Restaurant Top 180 and the Bar & Lounge M 168 in the Rhine Tower. This popular Düsseldorf landmark is waiting for you high above the regional capital at a height of 172,5 metres with unusual gastronomy. The excellent cuisine and splendid wines from the cellar satisfy the most discerning taste. A delightful experience in a harmonious atmosphere, classic elegance and distinctive style. The restaurant rotates gently around its own axis to soothing music and offers a constantly changing, breathtaking view of the sights of the city and the Rhine. At the Panorama level you are invited to the new Günnewig Bar & Lounge M 168 - the highest Bar in Germany. Visit us – by day for a coffee or in the evening for a cocktail. Anyway you will have a splendid view out of a new and modern atmosphere.

Classic Remise Dusseldorf

5 mi. away
The Classic Remise Berlin, a center for vintage cars, was opened in 2003 in a historic tram depot, originally built in imperial times, construction starting in 1899. Some architectural changes to the building were made in the 1920s. There were limited damages in the war, the places where firebombs damaged the building can still be seen on the ceiling. After the tram system was given up in then West-Berlin in the 1960s the depot did not serve any purpose and was in decay until the present owners bought it in 2002 and started to reconstruct it into a classic car center. Now there are garages, services and dealers for classic cars, shops for spare parts, clothing, model cars, accessories and restaurants in this landmark building. For memorable events this is one of the most attractive locations in Berlin. The old industrial architecture in combination with historic and classic vehicles will guarantee a unique automotive experience in the first classic car center of this kind worldwide. The second center of this kind is the Classic Remise Düsseldorf, also well worth visiting. The Classic Remise Berlin was opened in 2003. The previous (licensed) name was acquired by the Meilenwerk AG in 2010 from one of the former owners. The name of the center was then changed to Classic Remise Berlin.


  • Paid Parking


The NH Dusseldorf Koenigsallee hotel, formerly known as NH Dusseldorf City Center, puts you right by the city’s most famous shopping street, while the Old Town is an easy walk away, giving you all the bars, restaurants and museums you could need. *a 15-minute walk to the Old Town *Berliner Allee tram stop is just around the corner *steps away from Koenigsallee, for upmarket retail therapy Our 111 rooms are comfortable and relaxing, with soft colours and hardwood floors. We’ve a great choice of options, all the way from Standard rooms to our Suite. *single rooms available *Superior and Executive rooms come with a bathrobe and *slippers plus a tea station *the Suite is great for families We don’t like to boast, but big-name stars like jazz legend Louis Armstrong have stayed at the hotel after it sprang up in the 1950s. We also have Sky TV, allowing you to catch up on the day’s sporting events. *garage for parking, chargeable per night *free use of local gym, a 2-minute walk away *bright breakfast room

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