Essen Germany Marriott Hotel
Georges Hotel is an elegant townhouse with a modern, modern design, but also old world charm and a great atmosphere. Rooms are luxuriously furnished in a traditional style and you will also find a gourmet restaurant and a historic wine cellar.
If you're looking for a fun family day out, there's also a lake at the end of the hotel, so if you're travelling with children in tow, this is a good option. One of Germany's most popular tourist attractions, the Eiffel Tower in the city centre, is also worth a visit.
The best time to travel is in the summer months, when average temperatures in July and August climb to over 18 degrees Celsius. Those who want to be sure that they stay in Essen until the last minute before booking can leave at the end of their stay.
The Hotel Waldhaus Lagenbrahm is one of the best accommodations in Düsseldorf for a four-star hotel. If you prefer privacy and self-catering, you can browse the wide selection online. You can also extend your network to hotels in other parts of Germany as well as in the USA, Canada and Australia.
At the end of the 1980s, there were a peak of 730,000 people, but the Essen industry is definitely not dead. It is still the headquarters of many of the largest German corporations and the headquarters of the largest number of companies worldwide.
However, the decline of heavy industry has led to a decline in the number of jobs and the loss of many of the city's most important industries. However, something has changed, because the flourishing tertiary services and information sector currently has a population of around 1.5 million, about half of Essen's population.