Serviced Apartments in Cologne
Venloer Straße 241-245, 50823 Cologne, Germany
22-42 m2 | max. 2 guests
from 28 nights from 47,00 € per night
1 - 27 nights from 89,00 € per night
Clevischer Ring 41, 51063 Cologne, Germany
studio to 1-bedroom apartment
32-53 m2 | max. 2 guests | minimum stay: 3 nights
from 29 nights from 41,00 € per night
3 - 6 nights from 79,00 € per night
Gereonswall 132, 50670 Cologne, Germany
24-45 m2 | max. 2 guests | minimum stay: 29 nights
per month from 44,00 € per night
Vogelsanger Straße 202, 50825 Cologne, Germany
22-30 m2 | max. 2 guests
29 - 182 nights from 45,00 € per night
1 - 6 nights from 79,00 € per night
Kirchstraße 8, 50996 Cologne, Germany
studio to 2-bedroom apartment
32-85 m2 | max. 3 guests
per month from 1.400,00 € per month
1 - 6 nights from 75,00 € per night
Worringer Strasse 23, 50668 Cologne, Germany
26-36 m2 | max. 2 guests
per month from 1.520,00 € per month
from 70,00 € per night
Blaubach 3, 50676 Cologne, Germany
studio to 1-bedroom apartment
27- 40 m2 | max. 4 guests
28 - 90 nights from 69,00 € per night
4 - 9 nights from 110,00 € per night
An den Dominikanern 6-8, 50668 Cologne, Germany
50-55 m2 | max. 3 guests | minimum stay: 3 nights
30 - 89 nights from 75,00 € per night
3 - 13 nights from 90,00 € per night
Hans-Imhoff-Straße 1, 50679 Cologne, Germany
studio to 1-bedroom apartment
20-38 m2 | max. 4 guests | minimum stay: 14 nights
30 - 89 nights from 129,00 € per night
In the Middle Ages, Cologne became an important ecclesiastical and an important artistic and educational centre. Cologne Cathedral houses the shrine of the Three Kings, said to contain the relics of the Magi, hence the three crowns in the city's coat of arms. Cologne Cathedral - declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996 - is the city's landmark and serves as an unofficial symbol. Cologne was severely destroyed in World War II, afterwards restored and rebuilt. Today, the city is a cultural metropolis with many important museums, galleries and art fairs, as well as a vibrant music scene.
Cologne is on the verge of becoming a world metropolis and the city's forward-looking industry is attracting more and more companies to the Rhine. Our serviced apartments offer the opportunity for a private retreat in Cologne's city centre and a modern workplace at the same time. In addition, our apartments are individually furnished and have modern equipment. Let our serviced apartments convince you and enjoy your next stay in Cologne.
Living in Cologne
In 2012, after lengthy preparations, the Academy of the Arts of the World was founded with city funds. Initially operating virtually and collaborating with local institutions and initiatives, it appoints internationally renowned artists as members who can then realise their projects in Cologne. In addition to its cultural significance, Cologne is also an important business location. Companies such as the Rewe Group, Ford plant, the University of Cologne, Bayer, RWE, Deutsche Bahn and Lanxess AG have their headquarters in Cologne, attracting thousands of employees to the city on the Rhine.
With our serviced apartments, we offer the right accommodation in Ehrenfeld, the old town and the centre of Cologne, so that you can always be at the pulse of the Rhine metropolis. In addition to many industry giants, Cologne probably has the highest density of digital agencies and media professionals in Germany. As pioneers in the industry, Cologne's media companies develop and produce services and products that are market leaders in many areas. Because the number of media professionals is so high, the network within the city and beyond its borders continues to develop and strengthen the location in the long term. Cologne is accordingly a fantastic place to make new contacts and then relax in one of our serviced apartments.
Art & culture in Cologne
Thriving culture meets historic charm: With its rich history, Cologne is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. In addition to the famous sights such as the Cologne Cathedral or Phantasialand, Cologne impresses with a variety of cultural offerings. For those interested in history, Cologne's old town has a lot to offer. The twelve Romanesque churches, the Hahnentorburg or the cathedral treasury invite to relaxed visits.
Those who prefer something more modern will quickly find themselves in the urban harbour district of the Rheinauhafen. After a walk through the industrial-modern quarter with its many luxurious apartments, the way to the Cologne Chocolate Museum is not far. There you can learn more about the history, production and journey of chocolate and also enjoy it directly in the museum's own cafe in the form of cake or drinking chocolate.
The 5th Cologne season: Cologne Carnival. Cologne's favourite drink, Kölsch becomes probably the most drunk refreshment during this time and although less of a classic sight, it is definitely a must-see event for all Cologne residents, tourists and temporary Cologne residents. Every year from "Women's Carnival Day", the Thursday before Shrove Monday, until "Ash Wednesday" the city is completely upside down & everywhere is being celebrated, sung and danced.
Places to visit in and around Cologne
If you've had enough of working in the big city or just want to get out into nature, you'll find some of the most beautiful spots of nature that North Rhine-Westphalia has to offer in the area around Cologne. With the Wahner Heide and the Königsforst, there are two beautiful nature reserves right at the gates of Cologne that invite you to relax and go hiking. Those who are more drawn to the water will be happy at the Dhünntalsperre. Due to the sheer size of Germany's second largest drinking water dam, you can really switch off here.
Whether swimming or on one of the countless hiking trails - meeting other people is rather unlikely outside the summer season. For a culinary excursion into nature, the Thomashof is ideal. The farm east of Burscheid has existed for over 40 years and in 1986 also produced its own cheese. Cheese made on the farm, various fresh milk products and food from other farms in the region can be purchased in the farm store. After a long hike in the Bergisches Land, you can find suitable refreshment in the rustic café and restaurant and buy a souvenir in the farm store.