Artol embraces a complete digital guest journey, managed without physical human contact, and without a reception on site. Guests are given a digital key for self-check-in and check-out. Our guest experience team is available 24/7, enabling full support via your smartphone.
We’ve used muted colors and sinuous, rounded architecture to give the property a relaxed and mellow ambiance, so our guests can focus on the finer things in life. Adjustable desks and ergonomic chairs in most of the rooms ensure that every traveler’s needs are met, regardless of their journey’s purpose.
High Speed Wifi
24/7 Direct Contact
Iron & Ironing Board Upon Request
Professional Cleaning Inline with WHO Standards
Fresh Sheets & Towels
Check-Out Time: 11:00
Late Check-Out Upon Request
Check-In Time: 15:00
Early Check-In Upon Request
No Pets Allowed
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Public Parking Available
Free Cancellation on Flexible Bookings
Reinforced Health & Hygiene Standards. Read more here
Like all numa locations, we’ve designed Artol with intention and care. Every aspect, from the architecture to the colors and furniture, is intended to make our guests feel relaxed and unburdened. With six storeys and eight types of rooms, we offer an unforgettable, authentic experience. Situated near the banks of the river Rhine, Artol is your elegant escape and your effortless entry into Germany’s arts and fashion capital.
Artol was a great spot to rest between seeing the sights and hitting up all the cool outdoor bars in the area
I appreciated how close the property was to all the galleries and museums. It made it really easy to do everything I wanted to do, without stressing about crossing the entire city.
I didn't realize there were so many little boutiques and cool shops in Düsseldorf! The information and recommendations from Artol really led me to some hidden treasures.
Located in Pempelfort, Düsseldorf’s famed cosmopolitan district, Artol offers visitors immediate access to the art and culture for which the city is known. Cultural institutions line the riverfront, including the Ehrenhof complex, which includes the city’s most important fine art centres, photography exhibitions, theaters, and concert halls. Nearby offerings like the Nordstraße provide bookshops, antiques, local restaurants and cozy cafes, while the romantic Rhine promenade and the Königsalle shopping street offer scenic evening strolls and world-class retail therapy. With the city’s central station nearby and plentiful transit connections, the city's main landmarks are just a few stops away.
Blast-from-the-past meets cutting-edge cuisine in Dusseldorf’s up-and-coming culinary scene. Known for its fusion of old and new, the city celebrates traditional German fare as often as it reimagines it, with exciting results*. With surprises around every corner, Dusseldorf is a dynamic, culinary hidden gem.
Strut your stuff through Dusseldorf’s countless shopping streets. In this shopper’s paradise, visitors can find everything they need to stand out in a crowd, from the luxury brands of Königsallee to the hip and homemade designs of second-hand shops, boutiques and pop-up shops on Lorettostrasse, the city is renowned for its world-class shopping experience.
Looking to reconnect with nature? As one of Germany’s greenest cities, parks and green spaces lie at the heart of the Dusseldorf identity, giving its visitors plenty of opportunity to stop and smell the flowers. Grab a famous Altbier and find a secluded pond to enjoy a sunny afternoon, or rent a bike and get lost on the city’s countless winding paths*.
Inspiration and originality drive Dusseldorf’s creative nature. Art museums and exhibitions line the waterside, cataloguing all things cultural. From the infamous fine art Museum Kunstpalast to the photographic visions at the NRW Forum, Dusseldorf is the perfect place to spark your creative fire.
You'll find everything you expect to make your stay easy and effortless: fresh towels, fast WiFi, regular room cleaning, and far more. We’ve designed the rooms with productivity in mind: plenty of workspace, height-adjustable desks and good chairs—making Artol ideal for digital nomads, business travelers, and remote workers.
Artol’s Pempelfort district has everything you need for a cultural experience like no other. The city’s infamous Museum Kunstpalast art museum, concert venues Tonhalle and Robert Schumann Hall, famed photography exhibition Forum NRW, and an assortment of galleries, theatres and design houses are all walking distance away.
Directly in front of the Artol, you’ll find the Nordstraße metro station and tram stop, ensuring that you’re able to reach any destination quickly and effortlessly. The city’s central train station is also close by, allowing guests to get in and out of the city with ease.