hotel nikko düsseldorf
Hotel Nikko is a deluxe address in the heart of Dusseldorf.
It is located very central within ten minutes walk to the elegant 'Königsallee' and the old quarter of Dusseldorf. The Königsallee is known as Dusseldorf's most exclusive quarter for design and fashion. But also the River Rhine promenade and the new 'media harbour' are easy to reac
hotel nikko dusseldorf Prime Location
Hotel Nikko is a deluxe address in the heart of Dusseldorf.
It is located very central within ten minutes walk to the elegant 'Königsallee' and the old quarter of Dusseldorf. The Königsallee is known as Dusseldorf's most exclusive quarter for design and fashion. But also the River Rhine promenade and the new 'media harbour' are easy to reach.
The hotel Nikko is only a few minutes’ walk away from the banking district and the central station. Its central location to city centre makes the hotel very popular for visitors to Dusseldorf. The hotel Nikko Dusseldorf is also conveniently located within a 10-minutes drive from Dusseldorf Airport by train or car.
Marktplatz is another very important landmark in Dusseldorf.
Located in the city’s old town (altstadt), this place has a unique atmosphere, filled with historical buildings and over 260 bars and pubs, it also holds very popular Carnival parades and Christmas Markets.
Marktplatz and the old town centre are only 1,2km from nikko düsseldorf, and feature one of the prettiest Rhine river promenades.
How to get from
hotel nikko düsseldorf
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Travelling by car
Via Highway A44
Exit Dusseldorf / Stockum (direction city centre). Continue via Danzingerstrasse to Kennedydamm and onto Fischerstrasse. Follow Kaiserstrasse. On the bridge, take the left exit onto Immermannstrasse. The hotel Nikko Dusseldorf will be on the right-hand side.
Via Highway A3
Exit Dusseldorf / Mettman. At the traffic lights, turn left onto B7 (direction Dusseldorf). Stay on the B7 via Grafenberger Allee, then Am Wehrhahn for 5 km, then turn left onto Oststrasse. After 500 metres on the Oststrasse, turn left onto Immermannstrasse. The hotel Nikko Dusseldorf will be on the right-hand side.
Via Highway A57
At junction Neuss / Harbour follow B1 (direction Dusseldorf). At the 4th crossroad, turn left onto Merowinger (direction Dusseldorf / city centre). Continue straight ahead until the end of Friedrichstrasse, then turn right onto Graf-Adolf-Strasse. After 700 metres (with large post office on your right-hand side), turn left onto Immermannstrasse. The hotel Nikko Dusseldorf will be on the left-hand side.
Travelling by airplane
By public transport
From the railway station “Düsseldorf Airport Terminal”, take the S11 to Düsseldorf main station. Next, either take the U75 to the stop Oststraße (duration 1 minute) or you can walk to the hotel. When you come out of the main entrance of the train station, turn right and turn into the next street, the 'Immermannstraße'. After about 5 minutes walk you will see the hotel on the left side.
The route from the airport to the hotel Nikko Düsseldorf is 9 kilometers and takes 15 to 25 minutes. A ride costs about 16 -20 euros.
Dusseldorf Attractions near the hotel
What to see in Dusseldorf?
Old Town (Altstadt)
The old quarter of Dusseldorf is a very charming district with historical buildings from the last centuries. The 'Aldstadt' is well known for its large range of restaurants and bars next to the river Rhine. You can enjoy typical German food and Altbier (beer) in this area. The 'Dusseldorf Altstadt' is is within easy reach of only 15 minutes walking from hotel Nikko Dusseldorf.
Media Harbour (Medien Hafen)
It is the old harbour of Dusseldorf that has been transformed into a modern and artistic area. After a delicious dinner in the old part of Dusseldorf, the media harbour invites you to enjoy a drink in one of the trendy bars and cafés. Of course you can also find a couple of modern cosy restaurants in this area.
The harbour area is to reach within 5 minutes by taxi from hotel Nikko.
TV tower (Fernsehturm)
The Rhine Tower is also the television tower in Dusseldorf. With its 240 meters it is the tallest building in the city and the tenth highest television tower in Germany. The tower which stands directly at the Rhine river has a special feature on its side, facing the old town, a so-called light sculpture, which is considered the largest digital clock in the world
city gate (Stadttor)
The gate is the seat of prime minister and marks the transition from the media harbour to the government district. The 80 meter high building shaped like a parallelogram is partly enclosed by a double glass skin.
The "Dusseldorf Schauspielhaus" at the Gustaf-Grundgens-Platz 1 is one of the biggest new theaters in the postwar period and was built by the architekt Bernard Pfau. This is about democracy and culture, because the auditorium was built as an expression of the new image of society without boxes or ranks.
The only planetarium exists for almost three decades and experienced musical stars. Since 1892, Dusseldorf largest concert hall is the "Tonhalle". In the second world war it was completely destroyed, one building survived and was remoldeld in 1971 for "sounding Planetarium". In 1987, the "Tonhalle" oficially opened. Since then, about six million visitors attended the more than 5.000 events in this unique concert hall, which houses all the major genres of high culture of classic music to jazz. 200 concerts per year spread across the great hall with nearly 2.000 seats, a chamber music hall with 300 seats and an impressive rotunda in the lobby. Ehrenhof 1 – Downtown
German Opera at the Rhine
The German opera was built between 1887 and 1920. After a complete renovation on Easter 2007 it appeared with "La Traviata" in a new light. Explore about the playing shedule on : www.rheinoper.de
The Kom(m)ödchen is the oldest cabaret in Germany. It was founded in 1947 by Kay and Lore Lorentz in a backoffice of a pub in the old town of Dusseldorf. Up to now this house at the Kay-und-Lore-Lorentz-Platz has a high gravity. Tickets are available under: 0049211-329443 / www.kommoedchen.de
Roncalli’s Apollo Varieté
Just below the Rheinkniebruecke at the Rhine promenade a magnificent theatre was built in 1997, with an unique, intimate atmosphere. www.apollo-variete.de
The savoy Theatre was built and opened in 2000 and has 500 seats. Meanwhile the "Savoy" is known as a temple of art in Dusseldorf in the art entertainment landscape. It is as a small art temple and famous in the Dusseldorfs entertainment landscape. Graf-Adolf-Straße 47
Since the opening in 1990 it is the biggest Theatre in Dusseldorf. The tram depot of the “Rheinbahn AG” was converted and opened in 1996 with the premiere of the musical “Greace”. It has a big hall for up to 1.131 seats and a “club” for up to 475 people. www.capitol-theater.de Erkrather Straße 30 – Dusseldorf
Founded in 1873, the city museum is the oldest museum in Dusseldorf. Here you can walk on extensively on since then traces on the city's history. A secret-tip is the beautiful, shady garden where you can pause. Berger Allee 2 - Old Town
Little Tokyo on the Rhine - the Eko-house
The Eko-House is Europe's first and only Buddhist temple built by Japanese. Since Dusseldorf has the highest proportion of Japanese in Europe, you have the opportunity.
Picturesquely situated on the Rhine: The “Kaiserpfalz Kaiserswerth”. A must-see for visitors interested in history. Because there is a ruin, which was built in 1180 by Emperor Frederick I.to maintain familiar customs of their culture. You get the unique opportunity to learn about this and participate
The green lung in the middle of the densely populated city. Because of its versatility the courtyard garden is a popular destination for a relaxing stroll. The diversity of the park has its reason in different opinions on garden design, which can be read in its entirety
Probably the most famous castles is in the district of Dusseldorf Benrath and was built in the 18th century for the Elector Carl Theodor. It is with a total of sixty acres of one of the most popular attractions. Here you will find several museums, such as the Museum of European Garden Art.
The Castle Park Eller
The Cadtle Park Eller is with 30.75 hectares one of the largest parks in the city. The spacious green area in the english-style landscaped park, built by Maximilian Weyhe, offers 70.000 square lawn, 30.000 square meters shrubs and 143.000 square meters forest for nice walks and undisturbed rest.
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