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Nice value for price. I would stay there again. Room was as on the pictures. Breakfast included...happy days 40quit
We arrived early morning to the hotel and were advised we could leave our luggage and gaven them all the details of our booking. As far as we were concerned we had booked in but not allowed access to our rooms until after 2pm - which was fine. On our return to the hotel later in the evening we were ...
Everything was excellent. We have stayed at the Excelsior for the last 4 years and we love it. However, this year we were a little disappointed with the room as it was smaller than previous years and did not have a bath. We have written this on the feed back form at the hotel.
Colonge is a great city, very easy to get around. We went to see a match at Leverkusen Stadium. You can jump on a train and visit Bonn, another great city.
marvellous, inside there is Vendome the best restaurant in Germany
Anyone in search of a haven to gamers from around the world would have to look no further than Cologne, Germany, which hosts the annual GamesCom. The Cologne Exhibition Centre is the fourth largest convention centre in the world, with over 284,000 square metres of combined halls and exhibition space. Visitors can sleep easy knowing that there are many Cologne hotels within a short distance, and the venue covers most amenities, including food, drink and Wi-Fi.
Cologne's hotels often offer the best restaurants, but visitors can also wander the city in search of simpler fare. The Excelsior Hotel Ernst, the Ibis Hotel Koln and the Gunnewig Hotel each have their own restaurants. The Kult, Poisson, Zur Tant and Le Moissonier are also quite popular.
Cologne's bustling streets are full of shops, and locals from the surrounding countryside often visit for a shopping trip and an overnight stay in one of Cologne's hotels. The Schildergasse, Hohe Strabe, Ehrenstrabe and Mittenstrabe are the most popular shopping streets, and offer trendy boutiques, designer shopping and arcades.
Cologne Cathedral is awe-inspring and breathtaking in equal measure. It is the first thing you see after leaving the railway station and will take a few minutes to comprehend its size.. The Museum Ludwig, Fragrance Museum and Romano-Germanic Museum are also worth visiting. Cologne features many other attractions, ranging from a ride on a cable car to a visit to the Great St. Martin Church, or any of the other churches and cathedrals in the city.
While known as a cathedral city, Cologne could also be known as a football city. The RheinEnergie Stadium, Lanxess Arena and the Kolner Sports Station host most of the games from the 1. F.C. Cologne, F.C. Viktoria Koln 1904 and SC Fortuna Koln football clubs.