I have stayed here thrice over a period of 4 years and it hasn't changed a bit over this time- which is a good thing. My last visit was on 1st of April 2014. Its a quaint little hotel nested in a quite lane in the old part of city of Dusseldorf (so discrete that you will have to search for the lane leading to the hotel if you are here for the first time). Behind the hotel is the picturesque promenade running parallel to river Rhine next to it.
The building is built in art-deco style like many other buildings on the promenade. Its a budget hotel so do not expect any extravagance. You will find the reception desk just when you enter, and mostly during the day you will find the really helpful manager Ms. Beckers who has been the manager there for quite some time- at least since four years, since the first time I checked-in in 2010. It has a small place on the ground floor for breakfast and thats it. No room service or anything special in the room apart from the basic amenities like a LCD TV (most of them German channels), comfortable bed, and a basic bathroom Note: no kettle/coffee/tea in the room so most Indians who need a tea/coffee right when the wake up in the morning will find it a little inconvenient. Very comfortable and clean for just sleeping over night if you are on a business visit.
Its walkable distance from Alstadt- the old city market place and a couple of minutes drive/tram ride from the prime shopping district of Dusseldorf - Koenigsallee.
All in all this place is highly recommended if you are looking at a budget place, a quiet atmosphere and nothing exotic.
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