Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
4.9 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Personal Eventby Bamo
Posted Aug 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great place for a short stayPosted Feb 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
Not nearly as close as first described, but only a 10 minute journey on the team to the old town, which was free with a voucher from the hotel. Great room for a family, and really good service. Car park an extra €6 per night but still good value. Will stay again when next in DD
for Everyoneby Playball from Charlottesville, VA
Above average in all respectsPosted Oct 27, 2012
Pros: Hard to choose: people, location, and room were all well above average.
Cons: wavering wi-fi signal
Location: A bit out of the center of the city, but very well served by trams as east-west and north-south lines intersect 50 feet from the hotel.
A really pleasant surprise. Staff was very nice (even the cleaning staff), the room (and the rest of the hotel) was spotless. My room, which was one of their "regular" rooms, was large and comfortable, as was the bathroom. The hotel is 2-3 miles south of the city center in a residential area, but don't let the location deter you, as transport links are excellent. Don't expect, though, a bustling local nightlife or dramatic views. The only minor complaint that I would offer is that the shower was a bit small, but then again, I'm pretty large.
for Business Travelersby Jill
Small room but great locationPosted Oct 22, 2012 on Hotels.com
I had a great stay at the Hotel Flora. I had a tiny room with a single bed but it met ALL my needs. It is very conveniently located close to the tram line and it was easy to get from the hotel to the University as well as to get to the old town.
for Everyoneby Richard from Miami, FL, USA
Just for overnightPosted Oct 18, 2012
Pros: Spacious room
Cons: Unfriendly staff, no dining options, no parking because I didn't reserve, room in other building, no wi-fi, no free breakfast, no elevator, no A/C.
Stay only for business, not for pleasure, as there is nothing nearby in terms of dining or attractions. Have nearby public transport. In another hotel, I had to reserve parking but they gave me one anyway, here I was told to "park somewhere around here" on the street. The room was like an apartment-turned-hotel kinda deal, with tenants on the other apartments, had no elevator (for my side of the building), and had no A/C, just a radiator on the windows.
for Personal Eventby Radwa
Very convenient!Posted Oct 6, 2012 on Hotels.com
Very pleased with the hotel, friendly hosts, nice rooms, comfy beds, calming view from the window. If you're into a calm place with not much traffic and noise, this is the place to be. You have also a few tram stations 1 minute walk away from the hotel, going everywhere all around Dusseldorf. And most importantly, affordable!! Have a nice stay.
by A verified traveler
Hotel Flora, Bilk - DusseldorfPosted Jan 2, 2012 on Hotels.com
The hotel itself is very nice and clean. It was unfortunate that our room was on the 3 and a half floor! This mean getting the lift to the fifth floor, then walking down 4 flights of steps! Not directly accessible by lift and not advised either upon booking or upon arrival. Bad enough on a day to day basis but dreadful when lugging heavy cases to and from on arrival and departure. The room was spacious, comfortable and clean - but we were quite shocked that when we asked for extra tea and coffee, there was an argument from reception and we were told that as we had 'already had our complimentary allowance' for that day, they refused to provide any more! It is also very misleading that the hotel information states that they provide public transport tickets as part of the booking. This is not accurate!! They will only provide tram tickets IF YOU PAY FOR INCLUSIVE BREAKFAST. As we were visiting family and therefore arranging to have breafast with them in the town centre, we did not need to pay the additional 6-12 Euros per person, per day, for breakfast. Reception therefore refused to provide transport tickets. This can get expensive as the trams are not the easiet to figure out from the hotel (and reception is not the most helpful) and can cost about 2 Euros per person, per trip. This mounts up over a few days. Overall, a nice hotel, but staff not very helpful and beware of askig for anything extra - they don't seem to be keen to go out of their way. Probably would not stay there again, purely because of silly things like being refused an extra few packs of coffee, and having to drag cases up and down flights of stairs to get to rooms.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Dublin
Hotel Flora, Dusseldorf - good choice for visitorsPosted Oct 15, 2011 on Hotels.com
The HOtel Flora is a good choice for those who do not necessarily need to be right in the heart of the city. Its a ten minute tram ride from the centre. A wonderful bonus is that the hotel provides a card which covers travel on tram, bus and S-train. The reception staff were very helpful in explaining the travel connections and gave us a warm welcome. The hotel is modest, the decor is not uplifting but the room was large, comfortable and well stocked. Choice of breakfasts, continental style or German style with cold meats etc. I would recommend the Flora to anyone wanting a reasonably priced comfortable hotel.