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Little Tokyo - Düsseldorf's Japanese community is unique in size and liveliness in Germany. 8,000 Japanese people live in the Rhine metropolis. They have shaped the cityscape for over 50 years, enriching not only the economic, but also the cultural life of the state capital. And the CLAYTON HOTEL DÜSSELDORF, located in the middle of the Japanese quarter on the Immermannstrasse, is the most traditional hotel of this community. The imposing 1978 building, the largest hotel in the inner city with its 393 rooms, has welcomed guests with warm, earthy colours since its 40th birthday makeover. The wood-stone structures of the establishment exude a touch of Zen. Authenticity is also high on the list in the gastronomy. The CLAYTON HOTEL DÜSSELDORF houses Düsseldorf's only Teppanyaki restaurant: the Benkay, in which the dishes are prepared right in front of the guests on hot plates inlaid into the tables. This type of exclusive lifestyle is also appreciated by congress organizers, who have a total of 14 rooms available and can accommodate up to 350 people. The 400 square metre DaVinci Ballroom with its spectacular dome of light adds the finishing touch.
- Number of conference rooms: 14
- Number of persons in the largest room in row seating: 350
- Number of rooms: 393