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All reviewsper dayshopping malltrain stationnice saunanice hotelthe hotel staffrooms are basicthe air conditioningseparate bedsat busy timesspoke very good englishbusiness tripcity centrebreakfast was excellentfresh fruita bit priceygood size
We arrived at 9.40pm and were hungry but consciousvthat the restaurant closescat 10pm. We then had to park the van that was too high to enter the car park, check in and drop our bags off in the rooms. Despite this, the helpful man on...More
Centrally located hotel which is ideal for the downtown area. Parking is in adjacent paid parking garage at 9 Euro per day. Rooms were comfortable with some occasional noise from construction work which continues until August 2018. Breakfast room is far too small and is...More
Booked hotel via bongo voucher. Never stayed in duisburg and we wanted to visit park and Also duesseldorf.
Hotel was Centrally located and with a cheap carpark 9,50 max per day. Be aware its still 1,50 per hour. After midnight THE carpark closes, but hotel...More
I came here on a business trip with colleagues. It’s not easy to find from the train station if you don’t know - through the passage then down the stairs and round the corner. The check in staff are friendly - stairs right next to...More
Location is excellent.
Downsides. Do not have disabled parking. Have to park in a multi storey. A bit pricey. Would have expected a free space for disabled person
Could do with a proper hotel luggage trolley. All they had was a small trolley which meant...More
There are probably some other places near the Duisburg Mercure where you could have breakfast, including - but not limited to - the Starbucks in the Hauptbahnhof (train station), which is a 10 minute walk distant. I know... More
There are probably some other places near the Duisburg Mercure where you could have breakfast, including - but not limited to - the Starbucks in the Hauptbahnhof (train station), which is a 10 minute walk distant. I know there are some restaurants in the Casino building next to the Mercure however I don't know if they serve breakfast or what time they open. There are restaurants strung along the Königstraße and in the City Palais and Karstadt and along many of the side streets, so I am sure you will be able to find something.
Having said that, do try the breakfast at the Mercure at least once, it is kind of amazing. The quality is quite good and the restaurant staff are really helpful and nice to talk with. They helped make my stays at the Mercure Duisburg sehr gemütlich.
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"All floors all non-smoking, with the exception of the third floor, which is mixed."