I used to be a regular visitor to the Renaissance, but this was my first visit in at least 5 years.
The hotel is a long way from the centre of Dusseldorf. We travelled by tram from Königsallee and it took about 20 minutes, and then a short walk.
As always, the welcome was friendly. The hotel is comfortable and clean, but nothing has been updated. It all feels very dated. Our room still had an old cathode ray TV and a radio controlled by knobs on the bedside table. The bed was big and comfortable, and there was tea and coffee in the room. There were some English-speaking TV stations (CNN, BBC World, Sky News), which is rare in German hotels.
Breakfast had both hot items (scrambled eggs, bacon, sausages) and the usual continental selection of cheese and cold meats, bread rolls, fruit, pastries and juice. It was well-stocked, and as we stayed there at Easter, we were also given a large bar of Milka in the shape of a bunny.
The hotel has a bar, and drinks are served with a nice mix of nuts and crackers.
There is nothing wrong with this hotel, and I am sure it was lovely when it opened, but it really could do with a refresh if it wants to compete with better-located upmarket hotels. The decoration is the only thing which lets the place down. Everything just feels a little bit 1980s...
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