My friends and I had early morning flights so the Sheraton Düsseldorf Airport Hotel was the perfect option for a one-night stay. The 4-star contemporary hotel is a short elevator ride and less than minute walk to the terminal because its built onto off the airport parking garage. Rates are reasonable running around $150 USD for a superior room with a queen size bed. Plus, it’s a Marriott brand so I earned points!
I found the staff at check-in to be very friendly and speak English. The mustard yellow velvet furniture in the lobby adds a layer of warmth and hospitality. The hotel is in a half circle shape and as I walked to my room I saw an inviting large outdoor space.
The first thing I noticed in my room was two doors. The second door adds an extra noise buffer. It’s also great if one person gets up early and another wants to sleep a little longer. There are 195 guest rooms and junior suites with soundproofed windows. My room had a view of the green space. It was spacious with sleek decor.
After spending the afternoon exploring Düsseldorf, we retreated to the hotel and went to Restaurant Otto for a light dinner. The restaurant has a view of the airport traffic and lights. All three of us went for Ceasar salads and split an apple strudel as our last sweet treat in Germany.
The Sheraton Signature Bed is cozy. I woke up wishing I had a few more hours to sleep but a 6:15am flight was calling my name as first leg on my journey back to the United States. If you’re flying into Düsseldorf and need to sleep after a long international flight or like me with an early morning flight, the Sheraton Düsseldorf Airport Hotel is the perfect place to stay. I’d stay here again!
Check out the Hot Spots to Stay section for more places Jennifer Broome has stayed in around the world including the Leonardo Hotel in Berlin.
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