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All reviews main station rooms are sound proof japanese quarter a city centre hotel old town rooms are small little tokyo japanese area restaurants and shops few minutes walk breakfast selection the hotel offers double bed shopping area the breakfast area dusseldorf hbf breakfast was excellent
Good check in experience - we were a family of four, booked a family room. A little confusion on extra charges for the children, accommodation and breakfast - seems I didn't and in fact you can't add children on the web booking, not even for...More
This is the third time I have stayed at this hotel and am still impressed with the quality of hotel it really is. It is spottless, well thought out and basically a great place to stay. I chose it because it is close to the...More
Motel number one is an amazing while situated hotel in Dusseldorf steps from the central train Station walking distance from everything its a great place with a deceptive mama its a modern hotel and very friendly staff at a fantastic price I would recommend.
Firstly, the hotel is located perfectly. There appear to be few good hotels in the vicinity of the station, and some which look fairly seedy. Motel One however is just around the corner, and has a welcoming and pleasant feel to the large reception area....More
Response from StockholmKindaGuy | Reviewed this property |
The hotel is very short walking distance from the main train station. It's across from a Deutsche Post building which is between the hotel and train station, on Immermannstrasse. There's a tourist office across from the... More
The hotel is very short walking distance from the main train station. It's across from a Deutsche Post building which is between the hotel and train station, on Immermannstrasse. There's a tourist office across from the Deutsche Post building. You'll see both when you leave the train station. Follow the street Immermannstrasse which sits between them, to the hotel. It was nice having the convenience of the tourist office and post office near by.
The hotel is near the Japanese section of Dusseldorf.