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art’otel Cologne - harmonious coexistence of trendsetting art and modernity, devoted to artist SEO


art’otel Cologne is situated on the restructured district Rheinauhafen, offering spectacular views of the Rhine River and the harbour. Thanks to its great location, many sightseeing opportunities are only a short distance away. You are able to visit the Old Town, the Romano-Germanic Museum and other attractions by foot. The Chocolate Museum is only a few steps from our sophisticated design hotel away, so don’t miss to sweet yourself with something delicious from across the street during your vacation in Cologne.

Highlights of Cologne:

  • Chocolate Museum (0.1 km)
    The Chocolate Museum in Cologne offers 4000 square metres of history of chocolate. Visit this sweet museum and create your own chocolate or praline, or taste wines and whiskeys of different origins.
    T: +49 (0) 221 93 188 80
  • Cologne Cathedral (1.2 km)
    Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) is the most visited landmark Germany’s and the second highest church in Europe. In 1996, the Cologne Cathedral was added to the UNESCO world heritage list.
  • Musical Dome (1.7 km)
    Enjoy a musical in the heart of the old city in a unique atmosphere in the Musical Dome, which is located near the Cologne Cathedral on the Rheinauhafen.
    T: +49 (0) 221 57 790
  • Old Town/Altstadt (0.5 km)
    Take a walk to the Old Town and enjoy the historic charm of Cologne. Buy a souvenir in an old-established store, taste the German cuisine and treat yourself with a beer in a local brewery.
  • Romano-Germanic Museum (1.1 km)
    Romano-Germanic Museum was completed in 1974. It contains the archaeological heritage of the city and offers an insight of the Roman culture on the Rhine.
    T: +49 (0) 221 22 122 304
  • Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud (1.1 km)
    Visit one of the biggest classic art galleries in Germany and the eldest museum of Cologne. Here you can admire the world’s most extensive collection of mediaeval paintings and art collection from the 16th to the 19th century.
    T: +49 (0) 221 22 126 165