Right in the heart of Düsseldorf, Capella Breidenbacher Hof Düsseldorf is a hotel steeped in history, luxury and European charm. Boasting elegantly appointed rooms and suites, all of which offer the required comfort and are equipped with luxurious materials and furniture, the renowned Capella Spa with an abundance of rejuvenating treatments, as well as the famed "1806" restaurant which offers excellent cuisine and breathtaking views over the Old Town, this hotel is ideal for both leisure and business travellers.
The luxury boutique hotel offers 79 spacious guest rooms and 16 elegant suites.
Capella Breidenbacher Hof Düsseldorf carries a history that spans decades. The building was initially constructed in 1806 and it first opened its doors as a hotel in 1812. Ever since, it has accommodated many distinguished guests, the Russian Czar Alexander II and the Prince August of Prussia being some of them. However, in 1943, a bomb destroyed the building and it was demolished after WWII. In the 1950s, the hotel was rebuilt and changed owners a couple of times until its current owner purchased it and renovated it to become the luxurious hotel that it is today.
Hotel with Spa
This luxurious hotel, in the heart of Dusseldorf, makes for a royally romantic and relaxing retreat. Home to the renowned Capella Spa, this hotel provides internationally-recognized body and massage treatments. Featuring a spacious indoor pool open from 7:00 am - 10:00 pm, two relaxing Finnish saunas, a soothing steam bath, and a fitness suite open 24 hours, this hotel gives guests nothing less than a rejuvenating and refreshing experience. A wide selection of spa treatments are also available to book 24/7 at their new spa, CitySpa Cocoons.