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I had a room on 8th floor from 25.27.06.2019. The room had no air conditioning and room temperatures where constantly far beyond 30°C. Opening windows was possible only until 4:30 a.m.. Afterwards the traffic from main street was quite noisy. In addition the shower when put to cold water was only dripping, so I had the choice between hot water and extremely hot water. The room door seal was either defect or inexisting and there was frequent clacking.
I stayed here on business. The hotel is located centrally and in walking distance of the main train station. Further, it is directly in the Japanese quarter. Management of the hotel is also Japanese. The Japanese influence can also be seen in the decor of the room and having a pants-press in the room also. The pants-press is a nice touch, which you hardly see in European hotels. Rooms are specious, modern and very clean. Would recommend!
May be 3* because the rooms are clean, good beds and acceptable bathroom . But the lobby is poor looking, same is the dining / breakfast room. 1 small elevator for 10 floors .. Wifi is rather deficient . Breakfast is OK but not worth 19€. The surroundings are all but nice. Only asset,if needed, is that it is 6 minutes walk from the Central train station . And, last but not least, although the name is Japanese it has no links to Japan ... they might have chosen the name because it is close to D’dorf Little Japan.
Staff is their biggest advantage as this is an average hotel. Breakfast is well overpriced and a hotel of this kind should offer a cheaper parking space. Rooms are spacious and offer enough sunlight. Very good bed.
The room booked was a „penthouse for single use“ and it did not disappoint: Great view, spacious room, great „overall feeling“. The room was (again) spacious and nice. When arriving there were two main points needing adjustment: the shower head and the lights above the sink. After a quick talk at reception, these „issues“ were sorted out very quickly. The Hotel Bar does not have any draught beer, sadly, but the staff more than makes up for it (apparently the HM filled my glasses, too 😉) Personally, this was an „Ausweichhotel“… And I would be more than happy to booke here again, if need be!
Luckily after reading everyone else’s reviews we got a great deal on booking.com. The bedroom is modern with a sink and hob in the corner, no crockery, cutlery or pans though, so if you wish to use these facilities you had better bring your own. The room was very comfortable although no air conditioning there is a free standing unit if you need to cool down, as the road outside is very noisy if you have the window open. My only complaint was the big square feather pillows, which might sound like luxury to some, but for me they took up a third of the bed and offered little head support. So I kept on waking up with my feet dangling off the bed and all the feathers squashed above my head. Booking.com listed the hotel as free parking but reception told us that it would be €15 a night. If you like Japanese food this is a good place to stay as it is just round the corner from at least 30 Japanese restaurants ranging from student fodder to Michelin star. All the locals seem to eat straight after work so around 7pm they are queuing out the doors but come 9pm you can get into most of them.
a japenese hotel in the "japenese quarter" of Dusseldorf , a good half hour walk from the Alstadt and the Rhine, nice welcoming reception area with the small bar aside it and a glass room opposite where you can play chess in peace,several floors with 2 lifts, a sauna and gym in the basement free of charge, the rooms are very nice with a very comfy bed, tv, mini bar, free tea and coffee, and a welcome bottle of water, air conditioning, a decent size walk in shower plus a safe, umbrella,iron and board, hairdryer. the breakfast room very nice with a selection of japenese food along with continental and also bacon,sausage and scrambled eggs if you ask the waitress you can have fried eggs too.will use this hotel again a mention too for the staff very helffull and very polite and friendly a credit to the hotel.
I am not critical when it comes to hotels, but this place is a dump. Please see my photos. Walls and baseboards cracking. My second night here, pipes broke and i had NO water in my room.. The night manager did not understand me on the phone and did not believe me when I said there was no water. He then offered to have me stay in my room without water and walk down the hall to another room to use the bathroom. They eventually moved me to another room. The place is very run down. Not worth the 200+Euro a night.
The hotel is near the Dusseldorf central train station, five minutes’ walk. There are many restaurants and cafes nearby around the station. The town center is about 20 minutes’ walk. The standard rooms are medium sized and a little worn out. The furniture is old but OK. Some rooms have darker colors. The rooms are studio type with a small kitchenette and a fridge. The bathroom is very compact with limited moving space. It has a tub/shower. Basic toiletries are provided. The bed mattress is not comfortable, it is soft causing back ache, but it may be OK for others. On the return trip we were up-graded to a junior suite which was a one-bedroom apartment with a good size kitchen a big bathroom and a big entrance hall with seating area. The lobby is small. The reception staff are very cordial and helpful. The Wi-Fi is free and of medium strength. Higher floor rooms have better view. The hotel is also available for long term rental. The WiFi in the suite was not working until the last day. The room rate will rocket to double or triple the normal price at certain times of the year, perhaps coinciding with some events. If over 100 euros/night for a standard room then it is high.
A clean, nice looking hotel. The room where big and the bed comfortable. The location was close to restaurangs and stuff. The breakfast is okey but not worth the 19 euro extra if you have the time to look for other places to have breakfast!
Located in Stadtmitte within a short walk of Konigsallee, Hotel Asahi is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Duesseldorf City Hall. This 73-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee on weekdays from 6:30 AM to 10:00 AM and on weekends from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM. At the end of the day, relax with a drink at the bar/lounge.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 32-inch a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and down comforters, and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a minibar, a coffee maker, and free bottled water.
At Hotel Asahi, guests have access to a fitness center, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas. Self parking is available for EUR 15 per night. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a meeting room, a business center, and free newspapers.