Das Tour

French flair and the art of German engineering, coupled with a spectacular view of Düsseldorf

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Parking

A limited number of parking spaces are available at the hotel. Additional parking available at Parken am Wehrhahn (Am Wehrhahn 72). Parking fee for 24 hours: EUR 15

Public Transport

The hotel is located just a few minutes’ walk away from the S-Bahn commuter railway station Wehrhahn (S1, S6, S11) and the U-Bahn underground stop Uhlandstraße (U71, U72, U73, U83). Trains depart from there for the airport, the city centre and beyond the city itself.

Contact

25hours Hotel Düsseldorf Das Tour
Louis-Pasteur-Platz 1
40211 Düsseldorf

General contact:
p +49 211 900 91 00
dastour@25hours-hotels.com

Reservations:
+49 211 900 910 255
res.dastour@25hours-hotels.com

About the Hotel

the french connection.

L‘ amour toujours – a very special liaison in the new Düsseldorf district Le Quartier Central: The major Rhine city of Düsseldorf and its proximity to France inspired the Swedish creative team, Stylt Trampoli, to weave German engineering and French artistic flair into a holistic concept for the 25hours Hotel Das Tour. Highlights include the restaurant and bar: The Paris Club extends over two storeys: The restaurant on the 16th floor is the place to meet for lunch or dinner. Visitors to the 17th-floor bar enjoy a spectacular view of Düsseldorf while sampling our range of French highballs. The rooms? Languorous, artistic charm and warm hues in the French Chambres, or straightforward design and clear colours in the German Rooms. The two worlds collide in the Melange Suites. The spa on the 14th floor offers a similarly breathtaking view. Travellers and locals will find a French café, a kiosk and a bike shop on the ground floor.

ride it like you stole it.

We’re absolutely convinced: the best way to explore Düsseldorf is on wheels. That’s why we’re determined to offer our guests the city’s coolest speedsters – like the bikes from our friends at Schindelhauer. Siegfried, Ludwig, Viktor or Lotte will be awaiting the visitor for a leisurely bike tour through the neighbourhood. On board you’ll find a tour map of the most charming routes round the city, curated by bike professionals especially for 25hours. Guests can also explore the area with a test drive on four wheels thanks to our cooperation with MINI. Either select the option when making your booking or just enquire at reception. And if you fancy exploring the immediate neighbourhood on foot, you’ll find all you need in the Jogging Corner.

Rooms


Medium

The Medium rooms are perfect for a short stay in Düsseldorf. While the German rooms have a clear-cut design and are peppered with references to high-tech engineering, the French chambres nod playfully to the clichés of Gallic enlightenment and art. Both the German and French-style Medium rooms are fitted out to 25hours standards. The comfy beds are perfect for lounging, and the free high-speed WiFi is ideal for plotting routes through the city for a trip on a Schindelhauer bike or in a MINI.

  • 20sqm
  • queen-size bed or twin beds
  • city view
  • free high-speed WiFi
  • air conditioning
  • rain shower head
  • UE Boom Bluetooth speakers
  • free MINI hire
  • Schindelhauer bikes for rent
  • FREITAG or canvasco bags in the room
  • smart TV

Sky Medium

Situated on the 9th floor and above, the Sky Medium rooms command a spectacular view over Düsseldorf’s rooftops. Laid out in French or German style, the 20sqm rooms are spacious enough for couples on a short city trip. Fitted with terracotta tiles and furnished in warm shades of wood, the French Rooms exude an artistic flair. Their German counterparts use bold contrasts and clear colours to create an entirely straightforward design.

  • 20sqm
  • queen-size bed or twin beds
  • free high-speed WiFi
  • air conditioning
  • rain shower head
  • UE Boom Bluetooth speakers
  • free MINI hire
  • Schindelhauer bikes for rent
  • FREITAG or canvasco bags in the room
  • smart TV
  • city view from the 9th floor

Medium+

The Medium+ rooms stand out with their free-standing bathtubs on their individual balconies. Blending French flair with the art of German engineering, the 20sqm rooms are fitted out to the usual 25hours standards. Bicycle enthusiasts will delight at the Schindelhauer bikes for rent, and the more leisurely minded are certain to enjoy the free to rent fleet of MINIs for some pleasant excursions.

  • 20sqm
  • queen-size bed or twin beds
  • city view
  • free high-speed WiFi
  • air conditioning
  • rain shower head
  • UE Boom Bluetooth speakers
  • free MINI hire
  • Schindelhauer bikes for rent
  • FREITAG or canvasco bags in the room
  • smart TV
  • balcony with free-standing bathtub

Sky Medium+

Situated on the 9th floor and above, the Sky Medium+ rooms have a breath-taking view of the city. And the free-standing tub on the balcony is a quirkily seductive place to enjoy the view while soaking in a wonderful bubble bath. Furnished in French and German style, the rooms have everything the hearts of urban nomads could possibly desire: The delightfully comfy beds will have everyone reaching for the snooze button more than just once. Schindelhauer bikes and a fleet of MINIs whisk guests on exploratory jaunts through the city, while the free high-speed WiFi ensures that the day’s impressions can be shared instantly with everyone back home. 

  • 20sqm
  • queen-size bed or twin beds
  • city view
  • free high-speed WiFi
  • air conditioning
  • rain shower head
  • UE Boom Bluetooth speakers
  • free MINI hire
  • Schindelhauer bikes for rent
  • FREITAG or canvasco bags in the room
  • smart TV
  • city view from the 9th floor
  • balcony with free-standing bathtub

Sky Large

The Sky Large rooms are ideal for an extended stay in Düsseldorf. At 30sqm, they’re spacious enough for smaller families. The pragmatically furnished German rooms and the chambres inspired by French flair each come with Nespresso coffee makers and samova tea makers. All Sky Large rooms are situated on the 14th or 15th floor with a stunning view over the rooftops of Düsseldorf.

  • 30sqm
  • queen-size bed or twin beds
  • city view
  • free high-speed WiFi
  • air conditioning
  • rain shower head
  • UE Boom Bluetooth speakers
  • free MINI hire
  • Schindelhauer bikes for rent
  • FREITAG or canvasco bags in the room
  • smart TV
  • situated on the 14th or 15th floors
  • Nespresso coffee makers
  • samova tea maker

German/French Suites

The Sky Gigantic rooms blend the best of both worlds. German pragmatism and French aesthetics are woven into the furnishing of the spacious rooms, where guests will find everything they could possibly want for an extended sojourn in the city. Equipped with Nespresso coffee machines and samova tea-making facilities, the suites are delightful places to sup a hot drink while gazing out over Düsseldorf’s Quartier Central at the end of an eventful day. The rooms come with their own Schindelhauer bikes as the ideal way to explore the city. All Sky Gigantic rooms have an open-plan living room, free-standing bathtubs and rain showers.

  • 42sqm
  • king-size bed
  • open-plan living room
  • air conditioning
  • rain shower and free-standing bathtub
  • UE Boom Bluetooth speaker
  • free high-speed WiFi
  • free MINI rental
  • in-room FREITAG or canvasco bag
  • city view from the 14th or 15th floor
  • Nespresso coffee maker
  • samova tea-making facility

Sauna & Gym

The spa at the 25hours Hotel Das Tour is inspired by the Tour de France. Laid out on the 14th floor, the sauna commands a breathtaking view of the city. The cosy rest area is an oasis of calm after a long day, and a fountain shower on the balcony outside adds a truly invigorating experience.

Meetings & Events

The conference facilities in the 25hours Hotel Das Tour are located on the 1st floor. A French country house kitchen in the foyer outside the meeting rooms creates a relaxed atmosphere and is a useful feature for conference breaks. The conference room l’Atelier comes with modern equipment and has space for up to 50 people. Two smaller adjoining rooms are ideal places for breakout sessions.

Jobs

Thinking, creating, doing - right in the thick of it and not just on the sidelines. Personalities who are looking for a trustworthy job, excluding boredom but including space for development are more than welcome. Conquer Düsseldorf together with 25hours and your colleagues, make the difference and celebrate, e.g. the opening, the summer or just that you really rocked another day. Our teams are as colourful and diverse as our hotels, composed of people from all over the world who exchange their experiences to support and motivate each other.  

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Neighbourhood

The 25hours Hotel Das Tour is situated in the middle of one of the most exciting urban development projects in Germany – the Le Quartier Central. From here you are just a few steps away from the legendary old town – the longest bar in Germany. And the centre of Düsseldorf is also just around the corner.

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Monday - Friday 6.30am - 11pm
Saturday - Sunday 7am - 11pm

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