Budget design hotels in Dusseldorf – your Motel One
The state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia enchants its visitors with narrow alleyways, quaint breweries, old churches and many culinary delights. Our design hotel is situated right by the central station, making it the perfect base for your city break or weekend trip.
Besides the old town, the districts of Carlstadt and Friedrichstadt and the city centre are within comfortable walking distance. The famous Rhine promenade with the old town hall, Rhine Tower and the state parliament building (Landtag) beckons you to enjoy an extensive walk and the picturesque riverside backdrop.
Königsallee, lovingly called "Kö" by the locals, is a lot more than just a shopping street. Lined with chestnut trees and magnificent buildings, this boulevard showcases the fashion industry at its most versatile and embodies the fashionable lifestyle of Dusseldorf. Shop to your heart's content: from stylish boutiques to luxurious jewellers’ shops and modern shopping centres, the "Kö” leaves no wish unfulfilled.
After your shopping spree, head to the Rhine promenade for some well-earned relaxation. Lined with cafés, bars and restaurants, the most famous boulevard of the state capital embodies the Rhenish joie de vivre. Right by the promenade, the architecturally impressive “MedienHafen” (media harbour) exudes aged industrial charm paired with the atmosphere of a Mediterranean port.
Fancy a drink? Head to the old town! It is just a stone's throw away from the Motel One Dusseldorf Hauptbahnhof and home to more than 260 pubs and bars. Experience the characteristically direct, yet cordial, waiters of the region (“Köbes"), have a taste of the iconic Dusseldorf Alt beer and dive head-first into the wild nightlife of the "world’s longest bar". Wander along the many breweries of the old town to learn about their history and sample the fruits of the highly esteemed art of brewing first hand.
Art enthusiasts will love our design hotel: the Kunstachse (“art axis") with its many art galleries and museums – Kunstpalast, Kunstmuseum Ehrenhof, the fine arts academy, the Kunstsammlung art collection and Kunstverein association – are within easy reach. If you have some spare time during your stay in Dusseldorf, you shouldn't miss its other sights: the Burgplatz and Carlsplatz squares, the Heine Haus, Ratinger Tor, the Rhine Tower and Benrath Castle.
And you will doubtlessly come to the same conclusion: “Dusseldorf is a very beautiful city".