The Paris Club

Opening Hours

Monday - Sunday 12 - 3pm and 6 - 11pm


Breakfast buffet
Monday - Friday 6.30 - 10.30am
Saturday - Sunday 7 - 11.30am


Opening hours bar
Sunday - Thursday 4pm - 1am
Friday - Saturday 4pm - 2am


The Paris Club
Louis-Pasteur-Platz 1
40211 Düsseldorf


p +49 211 900 91 0263


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The Paris Club

The Paris Club Restaurant and Bar on the 16th and 17th floors is the highlight of the 25hours Hotel Das Tour. Proverbial French flair is celebrated and reinterpreted in a laid back, elegant style, coupled with a spectacular view overlooking Düsseldorf, in which almost all of the products are sourced in France.  Up to seven-metre ceilings and a glass-fronted facade shape the ambience of the Paris Club. Modern France sets the tone: the food is served in small portions, inviting diners to sample a delectable blend of dishes in this very special setting.

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To Friendship

Bartender Jörg Meyer and restaurateur Rainer Wendt enjoy high-quality drinks and food not only as business partners but also as friends. For this issue of COMPANION, the duo share their favorite food pairing: a drink and sandwich that go as well together as they do.

Little Tokyo

About one-fifth of all Japanese people in Germany live in and around Düsseldorf. No wonder, then, that this metropolitan region is also being shaped by Japanese culture.

Between the Strings

For Grandbrother, Lukas Vogel and Erol Sarp, the sound spectrum of the grand piano is not limited to its chords.

Blau Pause

For Companion Theresia Enzenberger has created a very different kind of map, which highlights unusual Bauhaus locations to be discovered in cities that are home to our 25hours Hotels

Behind the Curtain

Hans-Joachim Flebbe has created a business out of his love for film. COMPANION sat down with the visionary entrepreneur to talk premium movie theaters, smelly nachos, and receiving praise from Hollywood.

Spotlight On women

Talented women all over the world are joining forces in increasing numbers to combat the patriarchy through the synergy of their networks. One of these young communities is Clam Club.

Spaces of Transition

People in hotels are a peculiar species — and have inspired artists to soaring flights of creativity, as our columnist Rainer Moritz recounts

Frankfurt’s Book Heaven

An overnight stay at the Frankfurt Book Fair? An intriguing idea — though one that’s been impossible up until now.

A Man and the Sea

A love of the sea made Nikolaus Gelpke into a publisher. He found his calling in life working on Mare in Hamburg.

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