IMM Cologne 2016 in almost here. The first interiors show of the year presents the trends that will be shaping the furniture and interiors sector – and the products that are good for business. At this fair in cologne, you’ll find a unique variety of interior design ideas for every room, every style and every requirement – from the basics all the way to designer items and luxury furnishings. So, if you’re visiting Cologne for the show, you need to know where to stay and go.
Comfort, convenience, and modern style are yours to discover at the Courtyard Cologne. Located near the famous cathedral and the Messe in the heart of the city centre, the new hotel welcomes you to Germany with spacious, chic accommodation and exceptional amenities.
The 236 well-appointed guest rooms boast state-of-the art design, individually adjustable air-conditioning, coffee and tea making facilities, and high-speed Wi-Fi access.
Hyatt Regency Cologne Hotel
Experience Hyatt Regency Cologne. Enjoy pure luxury and the highest levels of comfort in a business hotel in Cologne’s city centre.
Things to do
Visit the Old Cathedral
Built between 1248 and 1880, Cologne Cathedral is regarded as a masterwork of medieval Gothic architecture. It is one of the finest ecclesiastical edifices in the world. Whether visiting the Romano-Germanic Museum, looking around the Roman Praetorium or taking a walk past the medieval city gates – Cologne’s 2,000-year history can be felt everywhere.
The Romano-Germanic Museum is, besides its outstanding glass collection, home to the Dionysos mosaic and the famous tomb of Poblicius. Situated directly on the Rhine and marked by narrow gables and high slated roofs, a district of its own type asserts itself in the Old City of Cologne, the unmistakable, historically appearing character of which stands out immediately.
Enjoy the greatest city view from the KölnTriangle
KölnTriangle Panorama – the public visitor platform atop the roof of the KölnTriangle, at a height of 100 metres, affords a breathtaking view of the city of Cologne, the Rhine and its bridges, and the surrounding area.
But the Panorama visitor platform not only offers spectacular views, it also appeals to all the senses: feel the wind wafting across the city’s rooftops, listen to the muffled sounds of the pulsating metropolis on the River Rhine, and let the vastness of it all do its magic.
Visit the Old Town
The Rhine panorama of the Old Town with the Cathedral, the Roman church Groß St. Martin (Great St. Martin) and the historical Town Hall has become quite popular around the world over the years.
A stroll through the narrow, cobble-stoned alleys will take you back to times long ago.