The Vibe: Contemporary grand.
The Area: Part of the Andreas Quartier, a former courthouse dating to 1913 in grand classic style. Located in the Altstadt (Old Town) district, the hotel is located nearby the Rhine River embankment and Königsallee, the city’s most prestigious street that is home to high-end retailers and theaters.
The DNA: The property is named after Jan Wellem, who together with his wife Anna Maria Luisa of the House of Medici significantly impacted Düsseldorf to become the center of culture and fine arts that it is today. In the spirit of its namesake, The Wellem is home to an impressive collection of contemporary art displayed throughout the property and within guest suites, including works from internationally renowned artists such as Jeff Koons, HA Schult, and Julian Schnabel. Guests have access to the hotel’s exclusive private Art Concierge, who can introduce guests to the masterpieces on display within the property and also offer tours at the nearby museums and art galleries including the K20 art collection and the Arts Academy of the city of Düsseldorf. The hotel boasts three restaurants where guests can enjoy some of Germany’s culinary highlights or indulge in the tastes and flavors of the Mediterranean.
Suite-Me-Up: The apartment-style suites come with fully-equipped kitchens and offer the latest technology with Bluetooth speakers and SuitePads that allow for an easy communication with the reception. Each room has separate sleeping and living sections, with the exclusive fifth-floor art suites offering access to the rooftop terrace.
✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 102 suites & suites (33-100m2) • hotel opened: October 2017 (previously Hyatt House) • interior design: Jan Wichers • parking possible on-site (charged) • no pets allowed • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible