Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby Rudy from Phoenix
Great location, greatbreakfast & small roomPosted Jun 23, 2014 on Hotels.com
Very pleasant stay, got in really early Sunday and they welcomed me in the room on early check-in, very much appreciated. Great rate, and breakfast was awesome. The room was very clean but small by North American standards maybe ok for Europe. Location was walking distance to altstad, Starbucks across the street, and a good variety of restaurants.
by A verified traveler
Posted May 22, 2014
The location is the best about this hotel. Room is much smaller than on pictures and looks quite depressing. Staff was quite friendly.
for Getaway With Friendsby Stuart from Bournemouth
Very good hotelPosted Jul 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
I was very pleased with the hotel, great location an very nice and clean. Great service, 24 hour night doorman, very friendly, couldn't fault it at all. Me an my partner had a lovely stay and would definitely go there again especially as the cost was great as well.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted May 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
Don't leave your own empty water bottles in the room as you'll get charged for the bottles. Also was charged for one breakfast I told them I wouldn't be eating.
for Business Travelersby Shep from Midlands
Handy for restaurants and 10 min walk to old townPosted May 1, 2013
Pros: Quiet in rooms - bustling streets
Cons: Very small bathroom on first visit (room 53) - but rectified when mentioned on return
Location: Shops, restaurants, and old town easily reachable on foot. Tram stop and taxi rank right outside. Very handy
Small hotel, family run place feel to it. Stayed there twice on the basis that in-room internet and (continental style) breakfast is included in the very reasonable price. There's a few good restaurants practically on the doorstep and a taxi rank just round the corner. Internet works well in both rooms I stayed in. First visit - single room ordered but bed was more queen sized and very comfy and quiet, but bathroom was tiny - couldn't even close the door when in there! Asked for a room (single ordered) on second visit with a larger bathroom and got just that - bath and shower and again a comfy single bed. Being British I clicked through the available channels and only found CNN channel offered English language - so little choice if you want to just watch TV. So overall - for the price you pay, very comfortable and friendly place to stay - I will book again.
for Everyoneby Sushiboy from London, UK
PERFECTLY FINE MID-PRICED HOTELPosted Jan 23, 2013
Pros: It was clean, smoke-free and reasonably spacious for a hotel in its price range.
Cons: I can't think of anything negative to say; given the state of some hotels I've stayed in over the years that's some kind of recommendation in itself!
Location: Although located on a busy main street it wasn't noisy either late Saturday night or early Monday morning. But earplugs are provided in the room.
Not very much to say, really. My nine-year-old son and I needed a hotel, ideally in that part of Düsseldorf, for a Saturday and Sunday - we went over for a Kraftwerk concert. Doria fitted the bill nicely in terms of price and location. The room was clean, pleasant and larger than most I've experienced in a similar vein. It's what it sets itself up to be and does that job nicely - it's not the Savoy (which is over-rated but made for an interesting experience) but equally is well above the level of basic accommodation. The clientele seemed to be mostly middle-class, middle-aged German families. If you're there over a weekend, and used to living in a city like London, beware that Düsseldorf - or at least this part of the city - seems to close down on Sunday. So if you want to shop for some basics at a supermarket like the nearby REWE, make sure you do it on Saturday when it's open until very late in the evening; on Sunday the only thing available seems to be local Tabacs, which I guess an English person might liken to a petrol station shop - albeit one that sells alcohol. All in all, we had a nice time. If I return to the city I'll be perfectly happy to stay at Doria again. Hmm, seems like I did have a bit to say after all...