Simple Luxury: The New Face of Hostels in Germany
Cologne & Düsseldorf, Germany - It’s time for the word "hostel" to bring up positive images, instead of the opposite: cheap but unsafe backpacker hangouts and sleeping halls, shared bathroom situations, and maybe even scenes from the cult horror movie "Hostel" -- hardly a place students or any budget traveler would want for their Europe trip.
What a surprise if you walked into the lobby of some hostels in Germany and saw families, business travelers, and young people from all over the world in a modern setting that looked like a brand new designer hotel. And the rooms: pristine, hotel-quality interiors, private baths and showers, and even flat screen TVs. That’s what you’ll find at the four DJH City-Hostels in Cologne and Düsseldorf.
The new reality is hostels like 3-star hotels, with private baths, amazing amenities, food options, and the safety and comfort that comes with that - but at a fraction of hotel rates.
DJH City-Hostels in Cologne and Düsseldorf are among the best of this new breed of budget accommodations. Their four upscale hostels in the city centers offer an amazing value: private rooms, including breakfast and all taxes, starting at only € 34 per room per night (about US$ 44) and multi-bed rooms starting at only € 20.50 per person (about US$ 27).
You might question the quality and cleanliness of these hostels at these prices, but they are so modern and pristine, even featuring high-tech meeting facilities, that Fortune 500 companies us them. Corporations like Bayer, Daimler Chrysler, General Aviation Manufacturers, Pfizer Pharma, Mc Donalds Germany, and many others regularly use DJH City-Hostels for meetings and overnight stays.
Featuring three hostels in Cologne and one in Düsseldorf, DJH City-Hostels is part of the German Youth Hostel Association Rhineland, an association of 35 hostels. A non-profit organization, DJH City-Hostels is committed to providing superior budget accommodations in the cities of Düsseldorf, Cologne, and the Rhineland region to individuals, groups, and families for business and leisure travel.
Individual reservations for 2012 and 2013 travel can be made online, or contact the US sales office for group reservations: Rainer Perry, Marketing & Sales Manager North America, DJH City-Hostels in Cologne & Düsseldorf, New York, NY at: 212-975-6653, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on all four hostels, please visit www.city-hostel.de