Middle East residents and expatriates heading to and from Europe are choosing Dusseldorf as a stop-over destination that offers a delightful mix of culture and cuisine.
Dusseldorf, the capital city and business centre of the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia has a unique atmosphere that continues to entice tourists with its quaint little streets, cafes and markets selling local trinkets and souvenirs.
Home to River Rhine cruises, modern and old architecture, luxury shopping outlets, exhibition and concert halls and Castle Benrath, Dusseldorf’s famous 18th century palace, visitors to this city of culture can wander around one of Germany’s key 20th century art collections at one of the state-owned K20 museums, or simply head out and take to the winding cobbled streets to explore what this romantic city has to offer.
‘‘The newly-open Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf is ideally located for both leisure and business travellers. There is so much to see and do in this city for holidaymakers and it is an ideal stop-over for those traveling on business to and from the Middle East,“ said Thierry Bertin, VP Sales and Marketing, Hyatt International, South West Asia.
From elegant get togethers in exclusive restaurants that overlook the lights of Dusseldorf’s Media Harbour, to fine-dining delicacies, Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf offers travellers the perfect stylish long-weekend break.
With 303 luxury rooms and suites, the 19-storey Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf sits just 20 minutes away from the international airport and is located in one of two towers that are linked to the harbour by way of a graceful pedestrian bridge that allows guests unique views of the Old Town and the River Rhine.
Invigorating fitness facilities to keep away the winter cold can be found in the Rive Spa which features five private spa treatment rooms, a large whirlpool area, wet and dry saunas and a private outdoor relaxation area with jogging path for those visiting during the warmer months.
Dining at the Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf includes relaxing at DOX Restaurant, a signature venue with classic, warm interiors that feature an open show kitchen with entertainment and delicious dishes served up by the hotel’s sushi chef. During the summer months guests can indulge in contemporary European cuisine in an al fresco setting with a 360-degree view of the surrounding area.
For those aiming to mix business with leisure, an established business centre lies within the comfort and luxury of Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf along with a foreign currency exchange and a team of multi-lingual staff that aim to make guests feel at home in a city that is also renowned for international trade fairs and conferences.