Hotel Nikko Düsseldorf5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Newer hotel, very modern. Entering the lobby I noticed this is definitely a hotel preferred by Japanese families and business people. The front desk staff was very friendly and helpful. One thing I always look for is acknowledgment in the form of eye contact, a nod, or verbal “be right with you.” Later in the evening I noticed the same friendly service at the bar when asked for some dishes to take to my room. I was on the second floor, toward the back of the hotel. Daytime noise from outside could be a problem for someone needing to sleep during the day. The room was much larger than most European hotels, reminded me more of the size you would likely find in a nice Vegas hotel. There was a couch and coffee table in addition to the stuffed chair, desk, desk chair, and bed. If you prefer bathing as opposed to taking a shower, you may have to ask for a room with a tub; mine had a shower only, with good pressure and temperature control. There are plenty of restaurants and food establishments within walking distance. I like to grocery shop so I located a Rewe grocery store approximately .3 mi. from the hotel, about a block from the Stresemann Platz. I noticed the closer I got to that area, the more middle eastern influence; restaurants and bars, one where there were several customers sitting outside smoking Hookah pipes. The Asian population in the area clearly enjoy patronizing the establishments in this area. I only had a couple of days in the Nikko, so I did not explore too much of the area. I definitely look forward to my next Stay there.
Stayed here for 5 night for the exhibition. Room is small, the wifi is so slow, nothing special. One night, the fire alarm ring and everyone have to evacuated in middle of the night but they don't even tell what was going on. The breakfast was also so so.
Stayed here for several nights while attending a business event. Service was pleasant at check in and check out. Staff were always helpful. We had the breakfast buffet every morning and the selections were very good ranging from standard German fare to Japanese breakfast items along with English fry up style. The rooms are comfortable and pretty nice size. The AC system struggles with getting the temperature below about 73 f. If you're not used to Japanese style tubs and showers it might take some getting used to. They are designed to be sat in not really stood in. There are a lot of restaurant choices near by that are very good. Also, Altstadt is within easy walking distance as well as the river walk along the Reine.
Stayed here for 1 night and the service was ok but not that great. Check in / check out was standard without asking if everything went ok. We booked a business hotelroom (8th floor) and spa was included. Spa was wel organized, nice view at swimming pool overlooking the city. Haven't taken breakfast (€ 28 / pp)... but took some breakfast close to the hotel. Would come back yes, but would look for hotels closer to the Altstadt (Altstadt => hotel is 15 minutes walk)
I stayed for one night recently. Hotel was fine. Good location in the city, near the station. Fairly unremarkable. Room was fine, clean, bar service was fine too. I would stay again for a business trip. No character or much atmosphere though.
The hotel is currently under renovation but overall it’s a nice hotel with helpful staff. Located in Japanese area of the city and its good as well, 5-6 min from main train station and 15 min to Altstadt where you have too many options to dine and drink. Königsallee & kaufhof and surrounding area is 10 min walk where you have many options to shop.
Μodern hotel with comfortable rooms and good breakfast. The location is very conveniant for travellers and tousrists, near to trainstation and about 15-20 minutes walk to the old town of Dusseldorf. Many of the hotel clients and the most of the stuff are of Japan origin, and that gives you the impression of a "travel" in Japan. The stuff is very kind and very helpful. My only complains: slow wifi and high prices for peak periods, as the international fair dates.
It used to be very good. Something change when Molton Brown disappeared. The little things that made the Nikko above average are gone; breakfast organic corner; professional clerks at check in ( now kind of loose and over relaxed behaviors), unclear rate plan, dirty carpets in floors. Where is the management?
Clearly not a 5 star hotel. I stayed only for one night in a "business" room, which was small but comfortable. There were some details, though, that should not be acceptable in this type of hotel. My bed linen was torn in a couple of points and looked overused and worn. Showerand bathroom drains were both clogged and, as the bathroom is very small, it was soon flooded and nearly unusual after a short shower. Breakfast was OK, but in general quality not matching price.
After a long flight from America all you need is a place to have a rest until you get used to the time zone. This hotel is not your choice! First, how can a hotel book you next to a room they are renovating? Does that make any sense? They start making noise from 8am until 6pm. Other than dad, the WIFI is terrible, I didnt have signal almost anywere (not even the room). Beware of this hotel!
- Close to Duesseldorf City Hall and Museum Kunstpalast
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Stadtmitte, Hotel Nikko Düsseldorf is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Duesseldorf City Hall and Museum Kunstpalast. This 5-star hotel welcomes guests with 386 rooms and conveniences like a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Duesseldorf and also close to Rhine Tower and Neuer Zollhof.
In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
Hotel Nikko Düsseldorf's 386 rooms are recently renovated and provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and safes. Guests can expect flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers and designer toiletries. Phones and desks are also standard.
Hotel Nikko Düsseldorf features a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. If you drive, self parking is EUR 25.00 per day, and there's also limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and 8 meeting rooms.
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59% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1309 reviews