Finally, our latest project is no longer a distant prospect, but actually within our reach– the carathotel family is proud to announce that it will be joined by a second hotel in Düsseldorf city as of February 2018.
Starting next year, travelers visiting Düsseldorf will be able to embark on a city tour from the already existing carathotel Düsseldorf Carlsplatz AND the new carathotel Düsseldorf City, our second hotel to open in the North Rhine-Westphalian capital.
Welcome to a new edition of our blog series “the carathotels proudly present”. After Anika Deblin from carathotel Düsseldorf Carlsplatz and Wenke Jungk from hoteltraube Rüdesheim, we’ll acquaint you with the managing director of our carathotel Basel /Weil am Rhein today!
Today, you’ll get to know another face of our carathotels family: meet Wenke Jungk, managing director of hoteltraube in the beautiful Rhine city of Rüdesheim. Wenke is almost an institution within the carathotels brand.
Whether you’re a soccer enthusiast or not, a fan of FC Bayern München or any other soccer club: the Allianz Arena in Munich, just like most major sports stadiums, is a sight you should definitely not miss. You can choose from several different Tours through the Allianz Arena, however, the Spieltagstour (Match Day Tour) is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. As the name suggests, the tour only takes place on days of.
Munich’s Glockenbach und Gärtnerplatz neighborhoods are located right in the Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt district and have become two of the hippest hot spots in the city since the 1990s– with hotelmüller München and carathotel München located conveniently right in the center of action! The name “Glockenbach” refers to a former foundry which also manufactured church bells. The foundry operated from 1476 to 1671 and did not form part of Munich’s urban area.
Spring is quickly approaching – with every ray of sun that kisses our skin, with every degree more outside and with every additional hour that we get to see the sun in the evening, we feel more alive, more active and more adventurous after the long months of winter. Therefore, the convenient excuses of our inner couch potato to stay inside rather than going out for a run no longer.
Carnival in Basel (“Basler Fasnacht” in German) brings out the best in the city’s inhabitants – at least that’s what they say. This year, we wanted to prove the truth of this statement and thus joined the parades on the “most beautiful three days of the year” – or “drey scheenschte Dääg”, as people in Basel say. We definitely got to know a completely new side of Basel and Carnival itself.
Anika Deblin worked as head of reservations management at carathotel Düsseldorf for a total of four years. In May 2015, she took over as general manager and in January 2016, she was appointed managing director of the hotel, which is located right at the heart of the city. In today’s blog entry, we would like to introduce you to this lively 30-year old member of our team:
There is much to see in most cities – regardless of whether you’re planning to take a city trip or want to use some time between business meetings for a little bit of sightseeing. However, as you know, exploring a city can quickly become rather expensive. Visiting museums, participating in city tours or using public transport, especially when you’re travelling with the whole family, can easily put a strain on.
The legacy of Hildegard von Bingen is still clearly visible in the city of Bingen, where she did most of her work. After all, the Rupertsberg Monastery, which was founded by her, used to belong to the municipality of Bingen. As Saint Hildegard lived in the 11th and 12th century, only few buildings from that time were preserved until today.