Mercure Duisburg hotel review

With 162 rooms and state of the art environment, Mercure Hotel is regarded as the top hotel in the city. The best part of the hotel is its restaurant and bar which has been rated high by its customers. There are several places of attraction located near to this hotel. The first and foremost is the Theatre Duisburg which has is a must visit place for every guest staying in the hotel. All the rooms of the hotel are wheelchair accessible which makes it a friendly place. Mercure Hotel is one of the very few hotels in the city which are pet-friendly. Essen and Dusseldorf and the major trade centers located nearby.

Two basic types of rooms which are offered here are non-smoking and family suites. Mercure Hotel connects its customers to the world by free, paid and high-speed Wi-Fi connections which are available 24/7. There are 5 conference rooms located here which can be used for business activities. As the city is known for its steel business so the conference rooms are always occupied to meet the needs of the businesses. The complete address of the hotel is Landfermannstr. 20, 47051 Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany (Formerly Novotel) and it is classified as 4-star hotel.

The interior of the room is awesome but it clearly shows that there is a room for improvement. The rooms are small yet well furnished. There is an overall feel of creativity which can be seen in the hallway. The lobby has also been furnished to attract the customers. Per night charges of standard room range from $62 to $153 and it does not include amenities offered. It is also known as Accor Hotel Duisburg City. Some optional rates are:

  • 18 EUR per person for breakfast
  • Self-parking: 14 EUR per day
  • Pet fee starts from 10 EUR per pet per night

Spielbank Duisburg Casino

Spielbank Duisburg is the casino which is located at a distance of 160 meters from Mercure Hotel Duisburg. It has every casino game which a player can think of. From blackjack to roulette there is every facility here. The casino has a rating of 4.7 out of 5 which shows how the customers are treated here. With 352 slot machines, this casino is one of the largest of the area. At it is at an arm’s length from the hotel so even the non-regular players staying at the hotel pay a visit for recreation and enjoyment. In a case you can’t visit this place, there is always online options for you – try to select something interesting at Svenskkasinon casino range.

Another important aspect of this place is the fact that mostly businessmen reside in city’s metropolitan area. The wealthy establishment has also brought a boom in the casino industry which is still on the move. Spielbank Casino is the largest in Ruhr and North Rhine-Westphalia which even makes it more important. Cell phones are not allowed here and slow casino music is heard as soon as the player sets foot here. Betting and odds are also offered during every important sports and political event. Spielbank Duisburg has been a center point of the city and has therefore maintained its position as a fair play place of the city.


New Year’s Eve 2016 in Germany

We let you know about how to spend New Year’s Eve in Germany. It doesn’t matter indoors or outdoors – a range of events for everyone guarantee an unforgettable time. The major New Year’s Eve party will take place at Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. This unique event attracts about one million people per year. Several live bands and DJs  invite you to party into the New Year. All is for free. The night sky over Berlin will be lighted up by fireworks.

Memorable highlights at Germany’s coast

The coastal resort of Warnemünde offers water temperatures of three to four degrees during its traditional New Year’s Eve swim on 31 December and the New Year’s Day swim on 1 January 2017. Don’t miss Turmleuchten event at the Teepot restaurant,which is one of the biggest Warnemünde’s hotspots in Germany, which features a spectacular light and laser show, a fireworks display and plenty of live music.

Celebrating with international artists

The Tollwood Festival  has been a New Year’s highlight in Munich for 25 years. Wave goodbye to the old year with DJ sets and live performances on various stages.

Cosy New Year’s moments in the mountains

The winter sport resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen is welcoming you with its perfect mountain views. You shouldn’t miss the traditional torch relays organised by the local skiing schools, where skiers perform, showing up their unbelievable skills.



Hit the most popular trails and see fall colours at their best

Walk among colourful trees, enjoy the wonderful sunlight and the pleasant temperatures. You can learn more about Germany’s mountains, forests, lakes and rivers, there’s something for everyone here. A lot of walking trails in Germany feature sections to suit anyone from beginner to seasoned mountaineer, and are perfect for day trips, weekend breaks or a holiday. Not only do they take you through some stunning natural landscapes, but there are also many cultural highlights to be discovered during the trip.

Enjoy the colours of fall

The Eifel region can boasts a great colourful views at this season, ready for you to admire nature in all its fall magnificence. Sandstone rocks, lakes, waterfalls and forests define the landscape, and the many historical villages will charm you.

Up into the mountains

The views from the summit of Germany’s oldest long-distance trail attract many visitors. The fresh air, innumerable streams and cultural highlights such as Wartburg Castle in Eisenach make walking the route a good reason to remember the trip.

Walking along lakes and rivers

The circular walk around Edersee Lake will take you through 27 kilometres of innocent nature, but if you want to take a short cut, you can cross the lake by ferry or boat. The 365-kilometre route along the Moselle river is surely worth a trip. In 2016 readers of Wandermagazin voted the Moselsteig Trail, which comprises 2,000 years of history with great landscape and an unprecedented winemaking tradition, the most beautiful trail in Germany.

A different kind of trekking adventure is waiting for you during a walk along the Saar-Hunsrück Trail in the Saar-Hunsrück National Park. Through valleys and forests you will reach the Saar Bow. Here, near the popular Cloef observation point, the recently opened treetop trail makes its way through the forest at a height of 23 metres, giving you the opportunity to admire the stunning fall landscape from an absolutely new perspective.



Camping in Germany: more than just sleeping under the stars

Sounds of nature, charming rays of sunshine, a calm and relaxed start to a summer’s day – that’s the beauty of camping.

In a tent or a camper van, on a very basic or a luxurious campsite, in a rural idyll or near the city, near the sea or in the mountains – when it comes to camping, Germany can offer something for everyone.

Top tips for campers

At Insel Camp Fehmarn on Fehmarn Island, for instance, you have the opportunity to camp right by the beach and next to the sea. Fall asleep to the gentle sound of the waves lapping on the shore, relax on a sandy beach and enjoy the fresh air. Families are particularly sasisfied by a wide range of outdoor activities and sports on offer.

If you prefer the mountains, we propose you a camping holiday among the impressive views of the Alps. The Brunnen campsite is located right on the shore of Lake Forggensee, close to Neuschwanstein Castle and the town of Füssen. It offers a variety of outdoor activities, such as hiking or mountain biking, as well as the Relax Alm spa.


Camping in Germany is also great for eco-friendly travellers. a lot of campsites have been awarded the Eco Camping quality marque for environmentally friendly holidays. It goes without saying, these campsites offer an experience that is especially close to nature.


Now you can combine camping with a touch of luxury! The variants of ‘glamping’ accommodation in Germany are growing all the time. A lot of campsites offer special types of accommodation, an wide range of wellness and leisure facilities, and high-class cuisine.