Ruby Coco Hotel is located directly at the Königsallee, Germany ‘s most famous fashion boulevard. The boutique design hotel, which opened in 2018, offers 92 luxury fitted rooms on three floors in the heart of the city. Reflecting the city’s close ties with France and the fashion industry, Parisian Chic and artistic contrasts shape the hotel’s unique design. Authentic antiques dating back to the lifetime of Coco’s namesake, Coco Chanel, are combined with original details that revolve around fashion and the fashion industry. With the best shopping opportunities right in front of Ruby Coco’s doors (the hotel is located on top of Germany’s most renowned fashion & luxury shopping arcade), the hotel is centrally located in Dusseldorf’s inner city only a few minutes away from the most important sights as well as many bar and restaurant hotspots. The hotel is exceptionally well-connected with public transportation with the underground station ‘Steinstrasse’ right across the street.

- Glass rain shower
- Digital tablet concierge
- 24/7 bar

open: All year;

  • Air conditioning
  • Bar with full range of alcoholic beverages
  • Free WiFi

Photos

Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar
Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar
Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar
Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar
Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar
Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar
Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar
Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar
Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar
Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar
Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar

Gay Map Ruby Coco Hotel & Bar

Sleep Eat Drink Dance Shop Lust Other

Gay Hot Spots

New York

New York (also known as the Big Apple) offers an amazing choice, whether it be gay bars, dance clubs or simply shopping. The city, with the history of Stonewall, has a lively LGBT community and it is not without reason that New York is known as the city that never sleeps... more

Mykonos

Mykonos is a truly unique island, combining the warmth, beauty and hospitality for which Greece is famous for with a whole host of gay venues to suit all tastes and ages... more

Paris

Paris is famous for its breathtaking architecture and cultural lifestyle, thanks to the many museums and theatres as well as the romantic historical centre on the river Seine... more