Welcome to HOTEL WEIDENHOF, Düsseldort’s only independent privately managed 3-star hotel, offering the spacious rooms in Düsseldorf.
Wether it is an exciting short trip, a joyful shopping holiday or your successful business travel to Düsseldorf, Hotel Weidenhof is the ideal starting point.
HOTEL WEIDENHOF is perfectly located in the Heart of the City center.
The main railway station, the Königsallee, the old town, the shopping centre, the opera and the theatre are all within five minutes walk.
In the immediate vicinity of the hotel you will find bus, tram and tube station, which provide an excellent service to the airport and fair ground.
The Königsallee is noted for both the landscaped canal that runs along its center, as well as for the fashion showrooms and luxury retail stores located along its sides.
Nicknamed Kö by the locals, the Königsallee is by far Germany's busiest, upscale shopping street.
One of the 49 boroughs of Düsseldorf, Germany; it belongs to central City District 1. The Düsseldorfer Altstadt is known as "the longest bar in the world " (längste Theke der Welt), because the small Old Town has more than 300 bars and discothèques; supposedly, each establishment's bar-counter connecting to one next door.
Famous is the special beer from Düsseldorf, the Altbier ( "old beer "), brewed from an old traditional recipe, which is only brewed in a few places in the world since the end of the 19th century.
The Old Town has an area of half a square kilometer (which is less than a quarter of a percent of the whole city) and has 2297 inhabitants (2000), less than half a percent of the population of Düsseldorf. The density of population is thus 4594 inh./km².
SCHUMACHER RESTAURANT is the oldest in Dusseldorf Altbier. It is brewed still in old family tradition. The special malt mixture ensures easy malty note and the beautiful amber color. With its strong foam, fine bitterness and the rounded flavor of this beer tastes for every occasion.
100 Meters away from HOTEL WEIDENHOF
The station is frequented by roughly a quarter million passengers per day and is therefore Germany's fourth busiest station. All modes of rail transport are offered on the 20 main line tracks (16 platforms currently in use), including InterCityExpress, InterCity and EuroCity trains for long distance travel, DB NachtZug, D-Nacht and EuroNight overnight trains as well as RegionalExpress, RegionalBahn and S-Bahn services for regional distribution. The station is integrated into the Rhein-Ruhr S-Bahn network and local traffic operates under the Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Ruhr transport association. The subterranean station, operated by Rheinbahn, has 4 tracks that are part of the Stadtbahn lines of Düsseldorf. The 6 tramway stops in front of the station connect the Hauptbahnhof to the local tram network, also operated by Rheinbahn.