Düsseldorf has something for everyone, and that’s what makes it so great. Max Brown Midtown is set right in the heart of the Japanese Quarter just opposite a charming bakery, and all of the city’s highlights are a short walk away. Inside you’ll find a cosy interior, great coffee and bread, free WiFi and a bed so comfortable that you may have to start your day a little later than you planned.
MAX BROWN COMFORTS
At Max Brown, we’ve mastered the basics so well that you won’t miss fancy pillow menus and room service. That doesn’t mean our hotels are basic. Far from it. Have a look around and you’ll see that we make a big effort with every small detail, all so you feel more like a local than a tourist. Here are the four Max Brown essentials:
Fresh bread delivered daily by our local suppliers. Smells incredible, tastes even better.
Don’t worry about finding a great cup of coffee in the neighbourhood every morning—it’s right here.
We’re so proud of our beds that we take one on a tour around Europe every year.
So much to see, so little time. Good thing we’re right at the heart of it all.
MEETINGS & EVENTS
Looking to switch up your next focus session or brainstorm? At Max Brown Midtown we’re all about showing our local neighbours some love, which is why we’ve partnered with the Beehive coworking space in Düsseldorf’s Japanese Quarter just a 6-minute walk away.
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IN THE CENTRE OF IT ALL
Max Brown Midtown is set right in Düsseldorf’s Japanese Quarter just opposite a charming bakery. From the hotel, you can wander through a little slice of Tokyo on your way to the Königsallee shopping boulevard and Düsseldorf Altstadt’s (Old Town’s) restaurants, bars and clubs. If art’s your thing, K20 Kunstsammlung, Kunsthalle, Kunstpalast and NRW-Forum are all within roaming distance, too. And after your full day of seeing and doing, our cocktail bar will provide you with a well-earned pick-me-up.
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