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Dorint Kongresshotel Düsseldorf Neuss

Selikumer Straße 25 Neuss 41460 Germany
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  • Breakdown Rating Guest comments
  • Restaurant 43 Breakfast was not free of charge and expensive
  • Service 61 Service was poor
  • Room 37 Room was cold
  • Hotel 58 Overall was ok
  • Price 47 Inflated price
  • Hotel Building 44 Poor hotel buildings
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Hotel type

Budget Hotel

Guests recommend this hotel for budget travelers.

Good to know

  • Old rooms
  • Small rooms
  • Dirty bathroom
  • Bad furniture
  • Bad minibar
  • Unprofessional service
75 out of 100 based on 469 based on $ratings reviews
Clemens Sels Museum

Clemens Sels Museum

The majority of the collections held at the Clemens Sels Museum were donated by Pauline Sels. These include Medieval and Roman artefacts . In addition to these items there are also paintings and other art on display. Throughout the year there are temporary exhibitions that compliment the permanent displays. This museum is open daily (except Mondays) from 11am until 5pm. Discounts are available for large groups and a family ticket is available for 10 Euros. The admission prices are: Adults - 3.5 Euros Children (aged 6-18) - 2.5 Euros Concessions - 2.5 Euros Children under 6 - Free

Haus Rottels mit Rheinischem Schützenmuseum

Haus Rottels mit Rheinischem Schützenmuseum

Haus Rottels was the former home of industrialist Franz Rottels and dates from around 1820. It has been fully restored to recreate what it would have looked like originally and, in addition to the personal family items that are on display, there are also other items from the town of Neuss itself. The Haus Rottels Museum opened to the public in 2004 and is open to the public on Wednesdays and Sundays between 11am and 5pm only.

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