Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.

Diary dates

Get in touch

If you have a particularly good or bad experience with stewards or police at game, email the Football Supporters' Federation at info@fsf.org.uk.

Your details will be kept private if you ask.

What I'm Doing...

  • No tweets available at the moment.

Powered by Twitter Tools

Bayer Leverkusen – hotels

(unless stated, all prices are per person per night based on two people sharing a twin or double room. They can be booked through booking.com on a pay-on-arrival basis. All bookings can be cancelled for free up to 24 hours before arrival, unless stated).

A room at the CityClass Hotel Atrium Budget

Bargain with a slight catch – £22

If you’re travelling on a budget, the three-star CityClass Hotel Atrium Budget, at Heinrich-Lubke-Strasse 36, is for you.

It has 55 simple rooms, which come with a TV and heating and they aren’t too cramped.

Breakfast costs an extra £6.89 per person per day, but there is an on-site supermarket where you can buy snacks and drinks.

The only catch is the location: It is three miles away from the city centre, so you’d be looking at roughly 15 minutes in a taxi, depending on traffic, though it would be cheaper if you booked in a group and shared the fare.

Value – £25.40

A room at the Atrium Comfort

One of my favourite hotels in Germany is the three-star CityClass Hotel Atrium Comfort, at Heinrich-Lubke Strasse.

It has 55 rooms, each with a work desk, TV and a minibar. It’s only a five-minute walk from to the central train station and there’s a relaxing sauna.

Affordable luxury – £43.05

Arguably the best value hotel in Leverkusen is the four-star Best Western Hotel at Am Buchelter Hof 11.

It has 200 rooms and is a two-minute walk from the central train station.

A room at the Best Western Leverkusen

The hotel has its own swimming pool and spa and a brilliant restaurant, as well as a gym.

Another highlight is the Galeria bar and summer terrace (fingers crossed for good weather).

Rooms come with Sky TV, a mini bar, air conditioning and heating.

The only pricey thing is dinner in the Tenn restaurant, which costs £19.37 per person extra if you pay in advance.

Share with fellow Reds
  • RSS
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Bookmarks
  • Digg
  • del.icio.us
  • FriendFeed
  • StumbleUpon
  • Netvibes
  • Yahoo! Buzz
  • Add to favorites
  • Print
  • email

4 comments to Bayer Leverkusen – hotels

  • Kevin

    Where are most reds gona stay? Dusseldorf or Cologne?

  • Oli

    Kevin, defo Cologne. Better city and much better/ quicker transport to and from match.

    I booked Cologme before even looking at Dusseldorf options but did regret it a bit when saw I paid much more than I could have done to fly to Duseldorf.

  • Mike L

    sod it – Booked the Best Western – now just need the match tickets!

  • Andy H

    Where are ppl staying in Cologne? We’re doin Dusseldorf Tues and Cologne Wed and not sure where are the best areas to go (where utd fans will be too)