Located alongside the Hofgarten, in the heart of Düsseldorf, Meliá Düsseldorf is just a stone's throw away from trendy restaurants and bars, the city centre and the famous Königsallee (Kö) district with its luxurious boutiques. Meliá Düsseldorf is served by several public transportation lines offering access to the International Trade Fairground and other points of interest within minutes.
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Melia hotel is situated not far away( walking distance) from Dusseldorf famous shopping street, Königsallee. There is beautiful park near and you could have a nice walk when it is sunny. Hotel is offering good size room, with comfy beds and comfy pillows. Nice minibar/ a little bit expensive breakfast -28 euros/person. Good size bathroom. Nice interiors. What we loved: we did asked for a quite room, at the reception when we checked in, they said we did reserved one nice quite room like you have asked. Our hairdryer had a strange smell when we did tried to use is, but as soon as i called reception they send someone with another one so i can dry my hair. Reception is nice, they kept our bag, after check out while we went out to have our lunch. We did not use sauna and gym, but receptionist told us if called 15 mins before this can be used even in the morning.
Excellent service, the rooms are comfortable and clean. a great place to stay, conveniently placed for the river the old town and the exhibition centre. best is the service from the staff, Germany efficiency as you expect!
"Good hotel - the lifts are terrible!"
Having stayed at a number of Melia hotels - this one is of the same standard. The communal areas are nice, with a good bar and restaurant. The rooms are a nice size, well appointed and decorated. Individual air temperature controls in the room save you from having to open the window to the tram noise (you can just about make out the tram's rumble with the window shut). The bed was large and comfortable, with good quality linens. The TV was quite large too - although I couldn't translate the menu on the screen so took me a minute to navigate through! The en-suite was lovely - a walk-in shower and underfloor heating. The breakfast was nice too. The only drawbacks; it wasn't particularly cheap at €140 per night, had to re-sign into the wi-fi each time (the signal was good once you were in!), but the lifts were the biggest negative - they had a mind of their own, stopping at each floor on the way down despite there being no-one there, with another being out of order. As a result it was quite a wait in the morning. On one occasion, we were trapped in the lift for a number of minutes before it took us down to -2, my room was on 4th floor so chose to walk up the stairs for 6 floors rather than risking getting stuck in the lift again!! Would definitely go back, despite the issues with the lift!!
"Good business hotel"
Stayed there for a trade show, good business hotel. Modern and clean rooms and bathrooms, good room amenities and a wide choice at breakfast. Dinner menu somewhat limited and expensive vs local restaurants and bar service very slow. Overall recommended as a city hotel nearby to the exhibition centre.
"Great hotel near Altstadt (old part of town)"
Very modern feel hotel in a convenient location, 10-15 min walk to old part of the city. The room was very comfortable, the bathroom very modern. Breakfast was a little steep, so I walked around the corner to a bakery.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB)
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM