Stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi access
135 stylish and individually designed rooms in the categories Standard Double, Twin and Family await guests at our new hotel ibis Styles Gelsenkirchen. The rooms promise comfort in a modern atmosphere.
At our hotel, modernity meets the typical characteristics of the Ruhr area, creating a creative and stylish urban flair. Free Wi-Fi is available for guests throughout the hotel.
Selected breakfast buffet and 24/7 snack menu
At the ibis Styles Gelsenkirchen, guests can enjoy a rich breakfast buffet from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. - until 11:00 a.m. on weekends - in the industrial ambiance of the stylish breakfast room.
The hotel bar serves first-class drinks around the clock. Also assorted snacks are available 24/7.
First-class conference facilities and Business Corner
The 4 function rooms can be individually combined and equipped and are therefore the ideal venue for conferences, presentations and workshops. Modern conference technology and our experienced event team guarantee a successful event.
Business guests looking to work or meet business partners in a pleasant and quiet atmosphere can do so in the specially designed Business Corner.
Convenient and central location
Gelsenkirchen is internationally known as "Solar City" thanks to its thriving solar industry. The city is located at the heart of the Ruhr area and close to the larger cities of Essen, Düsseldorf and Dortmund. The ibis Styles Gelsenkirchen is located
right next to the main train station in the city centre and therefore offers quick public transport connections within the city and to the surrounding cities. Düsseldorf Airport DUS is approx. 40 km away from the hotel.
A city rich in contrast: Modern elements and a significant history
Gelsenkirchen is particularly associated with football: The FC Schalke 04 is famous beyond the borders of the Ruhr area and is regularly cheered on by its fans at the Veltins Arena.
Next to football, visitors can also explore the region's famous industrial culture and visit shut-down mines and restored industrial buildings. Those interested in the thrilling history of the region can find out more at different museums like the Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex.