Sheraton Dusseldorf Airport Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Conference facilities
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Dusseldorf Airport Hotel Düsseldorf
Rude receptionists questioning our wealth (a.k.a. can we afford to stay there and for no obvious reason) and talking shit behind our backs and laughing at us etc. highly unprofessional things. Probably gave us the worst room with a long-ish walk to there and a dangerous bathroom. Luckily it was only for a little rest before the flight.
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Doug and Leah
On Saturday, June 20th, we left Maastricht and headed to Cologne, Germany right over the boarder for the Taylor Swift concert that night. Although I have been on German highways before, I was previously near the Austrian Alps where there is a definite speed limit. However, this drive was the first time I experienced a section of the Aurobahn with no speed limit and we got up to 136 mph. We got into town around 11am and decided ...
... ask one of the waiters if he knows how to get to Joe. The waiter doesn't speak english, so I get a random dude to translate the conversation. After a while, the waiter understands me - and out of nowhere - he pulls out the keys to the apartment! Kind of a fluke... :) The apartment is awesome by the way. Later, Gustav came and we went out for a few beers. Düsseldorf seems like a really cool ...