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If beautiful Parisian-themed rooms and a gorgeous rooftop bar and restaurant weren’t enough lures, the newly opened 25 Hours Hotel Das Tour in Dusseldorf’s Le Quartier Central comes packed with irresistible freebies and inimitable little touches that travellers will love. Watch this video for a quick glimpse:
The hotel is very centrally located and the nearest transit point is just a five minute walk away. The staff is also very warm and friendly. We were not charged for a late check-out despite the fact that the room was automatically locked (while we were out sightseeing) and had to be unlocked by the reception desk when we returned.
The design hotel’s stunning architecture becomes evident as soon as you enter. Fresh flowers, plush cushions and books, photographs depicting the Tour de France, a French cafe, candy vending machine and a tasteful bike store populate the bright and airy lobby area. The cafe also has al fresco seating; so you can enjoy Dusseldorf’s fresh air while you sate your in-between meals hunger pangs.
Apart from free MINIs on hire and a complimentary sauna with tea and cool drinks station on the 14th floor, the Parisian-themed design hotel which opened in May 2018, comes with charming rooms full of endearing fixtures, an already renowned rooftop restaurant and bar and a small fitness centre.
Rooms in 25 Hours Hotel Das Tour are either French or German themed and ours was modelled on the German ethos of engineering and technological prowess. We loved the view of Dusseldorf’s rooftops, the antique telephone, Canvasco bag for use during the stay, bluetooth speakers, crochet bird and the thoughtfully named toiletry range ‘Stop the water while using me’. So much thought seemed to have been invested into every aspect of the elegant room on the eighth floor, and we were assured of complete comfort throughout our stay. Ours was a Medium room but you could also choose a larger room with a balcony and a bathtub in it! While at the hotel, you can also rent MINIs for free or Schindelhauer bikes for a reasonable price.
The bar and restaurant
The bar is on the 17th floor with a terrace affording sweeping, windy views of Dusseldorf. The restaurant is one level below, which is where we had our buffet breakfast. Fresh croissants, honeycomb, cheeses, fruits and coffee completed our delicious start to the day. As far as decor is concerned, be prepared to be confronted by nudist art on the walls of The Paris Club! While at the bar, be sure to try the French highballs, a kind of cocktail that the bartenders specialise in.
Gym and sauna
The sauna’s most attractive feature is an individual terrace of its own; and a fully stocked Samova tea station and refrigerator full of juices, energy drinks and Cola. The gym is small but equipped with everything you’ll need. Still if you insist, the hotel offers free access to a larger gym nearby. We spent our evenings at the sauna, soaking in the city, sipping on tea, and allowing the day’s grime to wash off. Of course, both the gym and sauna are complimentary for guests of the hotel.
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