Hilton DusseldorfConference hotel Contact
Conrad Nicholson Hilton founded the legendary hotel chain in 1919 in Cisco, Texas. In 1958 the first German property opened in Berlin. At the time, conveniences such as a direct-dial telephone were the ultimate in luxury. Those were the days! Today the hotel features state-of-the-art high-speed WiFi and a dedicated tech company to look after its corporate guests. With 375 rooms and suites and 21 conference rooms, the Hilton is one of the city’s biggest hotels. The five-star property has event space of around 1,500 square metres; the Rheinlandsaal alone seats 1,300 people – who, naturally, will also wish to travel here in comfort. The hotel on Georg Glock Straße in the Golzheim district is 250 metres away from the Theodor-Heuss-Brücke underground station. Trains run directly from here to the Hauptbahnhof (main railway station) and the Messe (exhibition centre). It’s also easy for those who arrive by air: it’s a five-minute taxi ride from the airport to the Hilton.
- Number of conference rooms: 21
- Number of persons in the largest room in row seating: 1,300
- Number of rooms: 375