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Leonardo Royal Hotel Düsseldorf Königsallee

Graf-Adolf-Platz 8-10, 40213 Dusseldorf
In the heart of the city
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Leonardo Boutique Hotel Düsseldorf

Oststraße 128, 40210 Dusseldorf
Next to the main train station
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Leonardo Hotel Düsseldorf City Center

Ludwig-Erhard-Allee 3, 40227 Dusseldorf
Just a few minutes’ walk from the Capitol Theatre
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Leonardo Hotel Düsseldorf Airport - Ratingen

Broichhofstraße 3, 40880 Dusseldorf
Just 4km from Düsseldorf International Airport
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Dusseldorf

In Western Germany, Dusseldorf is best known as the fashion capital. In Dusseldorf city centre, historic beer breweries stand beside avant-garde music venues, where stars of the future play on makeshift stages and revellers party all night. For festival-lovers, Dusseldorf’s famous annual carnival is a must-do – a vibrant festival that takes place on the banks of the Rhine in February or March each year. For anyone searching for a Dusseldorf hotel, Leonardo Dusseldorf has stylish rooms and a central location, making it an ideal base from which to explore the city.

Get your bearings

Dusseldorf doesn’t have a traditional downtown area, so start your trip with an overview of the city from 172-metres above sea level, in the Rheinturm, the city’s television tower. To get there, take the lift at QOMO Bar, order a cocktail and take a seat in the viewing platform as the sun sets over Dusseldorf. Later, explore the restaurants and cafes of nearby MedienHafen, the city’s working port area that doubles as a sleek design hub.

Don’t miss

Indulge in some retail therapy and take advantage of Dusseldorf’s many cool, stylish shops. For luxury and designer goods head for tree-lined boulevard Königsallee, which takes in the upscale Kö-Bogen shopping centre. Those wanting something a little more unique should check out the Flingern and Unterbilk districts for independent clothes, jewellery and interiors boutiques.

While you’re there

Dusseldorf is renowned for its incredible nightlife and avant-garde design. Get your culture fix at Kunstsammlung NRW, home to works of art by Picasso, Kandinsky and Pollock amongst others, or for something a little more boutique, go to Philara on Birkenstrasse and check out its ever-rotating exhibitions.

In Western Germany, Dusseldorf is best known as the fashion capital. In Dusseldorf city centre, historic beer breweries stand beside avant-garde music venues, where stars of the future play on makeshift stages and revellers party all night. For festival-lovers, Dusseldorf’s famous annual carnival is a must-do – a vibrant festival that takes place on the banks of the Rhine in February or March each year. For anyone searching for a Dusseldorf hotel, Leonardo Dusseldorf has stylish rooms and a central location, making it an ideal base from which to explore the city.

Get your bearings

Dusseldorf doesn’t have a traditional downtown area, so start your trip with an overview of the city from 172-metres above sea level, in the Rheinturm, the city’s television tower. To get there, take the lift at QOMO Bar, order a cocktail and take a seat in the viewing platform as the sun sets over Dusseldorf. Later, explore the restaurants and cafes of nearby MedienHafen, the city’s working port area that doubles as a sleek design hub.

Don’t miss

Indulge in some retail therapy and take advantage of Dusseldorf’s many cool, stylish shops. For luxury and designer goods head for tree-lined boulevard Königsallee, which takes in the upscale Kö-Bogen shopping centre. Those wanting something a little more unique should check out the Flingern and Unterbilk districts for independent clothes, jewellery and interiors boutiques.

While you’re there

Dusseldorf is renowned for its incredible nightlife and avant-garde design. Get your culture fix at Kunstsammlung NRW, home to works of art by Picasso, Kandinsky and Pollock amongst others, or for something a little more boutique, go to Philara on Birkenstrasse and check out its ever-rotating exhibitions.