Enjoy the DifferenceThe Airport HOTEL by The New Yorker - close to the upcoming Airport Koeln-Bonn - is an individual and charming 3-stars hotel with personality. The owner and architect Johannes J. Adams, who is also running the art and design hotel The New Yorker in Cologne gave the already existing Airport Hotel a new and modern face.Beside 40 harmoniously equipped hotel rooms the Airport HOTEL offers its guests a well-balanced and obliging attended breakfast buffet, hotelbar and conference facilities for up to 40 participants. For your physical well-being we take care at the Newport Restaurant next to the hotel. Due to the exposed location the Airport HOTEL is the ideal meeting point for business and leisure travelers.We look forward to welcoming you soon - Enjoy The Difference...
Details / Other Expenses
|Check In: ||03:00 PM |
|Check Out: ||12:00 AM |
|Year of Last Renovation: ||2005 |
|Floors: ||3 |
|Rooms: ||39 |
|Corridors: ||Both Interior and Exterior Hallways |
|Non Smoking Rooms: ||39 |
|Handicap Rooms: || |
|Suites: ||0 |
|Room Windows: ||Windows Do Open |
|Cleaning Frequency: ||Daily |
|Meeting Rooms: ||6 |
|Meeting Space: ||130 sq. feet |
|Dist. to Food/Bars: || On-site |
|Lounge/Bar Hours: ||24 hours | Policies / Expenses
|Nightly Parking: ||0 |
|Typical Group Deposit: ||50% -100% |
|Total Taxes: ||12.00% |
|Total Misc Fees: ||$0.00 USD |
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
|City Tax: || 5.00% |
|VAT: Value Added Tax: || 7.00 VAT % Inclusive |
|Food and Beverage Tax: ||19.00% |
|Rooms Wireless Internet Fee: || 5.61 Per Day |
|Meeting Wireless Internet Fee: ||12.00 Per Day (per user) |
|Avg. Buffet Breakfast Cost: ||10.00 Per Person |
Amenities / Features Pet Friendly? Yes! Pets are allowed.
Small pets are welcome at the Airport | HOTEL. For the additional cleaning we charge a nightly fee of € 10,00.
Airport & Shuttle Information
The hotel is located close to Cologne Airport (900 meters walking distance). Shuttle service can be offered for € 7,00 one way.
Airport Shuttle? Yes!
There is an airport shuttle.
Airport , Hotel by The New Yorker