Located in the center of Cologne at the “Rudolfplatz” and easy reach of the shops, as well as lots of restaurants, bars and other localities. The Cologne Cathedral is about 2,3 km walking distance away.
Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic city break deal. Located just a short distance from the city centre and with easy access to public transport links, exploring the sights of Cologne can be completed with ease and comfort when staying at the Flandrischer Hof. The rooms are simple yet elegantly furnished to suit all travellers wishing to enjoy a restful and rejuvenating night’s sleep. After a day of exploring the nearby sights, guests can enjoy a drink at the hotel’s Piano Bar. Travel Now Pay Later Flandrischer Hof with Jetnow.
- Comfortable rooms
- Free WiFi
- Good Location
- Good Value for Money
- Perfect for couples
- Piano bar
Flight & Transfer Information
Flight duration approx. 1 hours 20 mins , transfer to resort around 45 minutes by taxi or shuttle bus.
Room Options: Standard double or twin rooms, standard triple rooms and standard single rooms and triple rooms.
Double or Twin Room
Double or Twin rooms sleep up to 2 adults and have bathroom containing bath or a shower, hairdryer and television. Room upgrade options and Sole Use rooms are also available.
Food & Drink
Board Options: Bed & Breakfast or Room Only
Breakfast room. Piano bar.
A rich breakfast buffet is available each morning at the Flandrischer Hof.
Cologne (Köln) offers many fantastic attractions, led by its famous cathedral whose filigree twin spires dominate the skyline. The city’s museum landscape is especially strong when it comes to art.
On the Rhine, Cologne (German: Köln) is a cultural capital and university city enriched with more than 2,000 years of history. In Roman times Cologne was in charge of a province, and ancient vestiges bubble through the city’s surface at medieval Romanesque churches and the gripping Romano-Germanic Museum. This decorative German city is more than a classic christmassy location, it is a spectacularly beautiful place all year round.
An international pilgrimage site, Cologne Cathedral has held the reliquary of the Three Kings since 1164. In 1248 work started on a new Gothic home for these precious remains, and it was inspired by the ethereal cathedrals of Northern France. Now a UNESCO site, Cologne Cathedral is the single most visited landmark in Germany. Exhibiting art from after 1900, the Ludwig Museum was set up in the 1980s in the modern, purpose-built complex near the cathedral. Visit the old town and as you saunter from square to square in the historic centre of the city it’s worth remembering that three quarters of Cologne was obliterated in the war. In the north of the city, next to the zoo is Cologne’s loveliest park: 11.5 hectares of sprawling lawns, individual gardens and greenhouses around an exquisite glass palace inspired by London’s Crystal Palace and built in the 1860s. Hohenzollern Bridge, this tiered-arch bridge between the cathedral and KölnTriangle dates to the start of the 20th century. A whisker away from the Rathaus there’s a museum about perfume in the very rooms where Eau de Cologne was invented in the 18th century. On the left bank of the Rhine at the Hohenzollern Bridge are jetties where you can board a boat for a cruise along the storied Rhine River.