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Holiday Inn Essen - City Centre
Holiday Inn Essen - City Centre
8.1 Excellent
Frohnhauser Straße 6, Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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8.9 km from city centre, Gelsenkirchen 
ExcellentBased on 978 reviews
8.1

Situated in Essen, Holiday Inn Essen City Centre is within walking distance of the Colosseum Theater and provides a sauna. It is conveniently located for those wanting to visit local attractions.

Good Morning Gelsenkirchen City
Good Morning Gelsenkirchen City
7.4 Good
Bahnhofsvorplatz 12, Gelsenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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1.6 km from city centre, Gelsenkirchen 
GoodBased on 1,156 reviews
7.4

Situated only a short stroll from Gelsenkirchen Central Station, the hotel provides guests with an ideal base while visiting Gelsenkirchen. It is conveniently positioned for those wishing to visit local attractions.

Maritim Hotel Gelsenkirchen
Maritim Hotel Gelsenkirchen
7.4 Good
Am Stadtgarten 1, Gelsenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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1.0 km from city centre, Gelsenkirchen 
GoodBased on 1,377 reviews
7.4

Maritim Hotel Gelsenkirchen is situated in Gelsenkirchen and is close to the area's popular attractions. It offers complimentary Wi-Fi, a swimming pool and a sauna.

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Average price in Gelsenkirchen:$125/night
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$100 - $177
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$96 - $127
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About Gelsenkirchen

Gelsenkirchen is a city in the North Rhine-Westphalia state, in the heart of Germany’s Ruhr region, located near the cities of Cologne and Dusseldorf. The city was the most important coal mining town in Europe in the 20th century and named the "city of a thousand fires" because of the sight of its flaring mine gas flames.

The industry saw a decline after World War II, but the old refineries were creatively redesigned into concert halls, ice skating rinks, and parks while, at the same time, keeping their distinctive industrial image. These include the “Nordsternpark” with gardens, ponds, a rock climbing area, playground, and an open-air theatre. Two city parks, the “Revierpark” and “Stadtgarten” offer similar attractions. A rather unusual Gelsenkirchen landmark, located on Leithestrasse is the “Halde Rheinelbe,” stands an artificial mound at 100 metres high, its contents made up of excavated materials from the former Rheinelbe mine that was closed in 1928. It has been developed into a recreational area and is popular with dirt bike, downhill, and free-bike riders. In addition to these amusing attractions, Gelsenkirchen's interactive “Zoom Erlebniswelt” is a zoo with a difference, where three sections, Africa, Asia, and Alaska, provides a natural atmosphere for the animals.

Gelsenkirchen is serviced by two major airports. Dusseldorf International Airport is located 48 kilometres away, and Cologne-Bonn Airport lies 96 kilometres away, with train stations to Gelsenkirchen available at both airports. A bus and streetcar service is a popular form of public transport in the city. Gelsenkirchen can also be reached using the Autobahn, as well as the Bundesstrasse.

Gelsenkirchen first appears in the records in 1150. It remained a small village until the 19th century, when the Industrial Revolution led to the development of the whole area. In 1840 when coal mining began there were 6,000 inhabitants living in Gelsenkirchen, and by 1900, the population had risen to 138,000. In keeping with its industrial roots, it is today home to Germany’s largest solar power plant.

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  • What are the best hotels in Gelsenkirchen?

    Good Morning Gelsenkirchen City, rated with a score of 7.4 from 1,156 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Gelsenkirchen. Other top stays include Maritim Hotel Gelsenkirchen, with an average rating of 7.4 from 1,377 reviewers, and Holiday Inn Essen - City Centre, with a score of 8.1 from 978 reviewers.

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