Stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi access
In our new ibis Styles Gelsenkirchen hotel, guests will find 135 stylish and individually designed rooms in the categories standard doubles and twins, as well as family rooms that offer a modern ambience and a pleasant sense of space.
In the hotel in Gelsenkirchen, modernity meets typical characteristics of the Ruhr area and creates a creative and stylish urban atmosphere. Guests can use free Wi-Fi throughout the house.
Selected breakfast buffet and 24/7 snack menu
At the ibis Styles Gelsenkirchen guests can enjoy a rich breakfast buffet from 6:30 am to 10:00 am - and at weekends until 11:00 am - served in the stylish, industrial-style breakfast room.
The hotel bar is open 24 hours a day and serves first-class drinks 24 hours a day. Guests can also order 24/7 from the selected snack menu.
First-class conference facilities and business corner
Four individually combinable and configurable conference rooms are the ideal location for conferences, presentations or seminars. Conference guests are supported by modern conference technology and an experienced event team.
Business guests who want to work in a pleasant and quiet atmosphere or together with meet business partners a business corner has been specially set up in the hotel.
Gelsenkirchen is known internationally for its strong solar industry as "Solar City Gelsenkirchen" and is located in the middle of the Ruhr area near the next larger cities Essen, Dusseldorf and Dortmund. The ibis Styles Gelsenkirchen is located directly at
the main train station in the city center and offers public transport - and long-distance traffic a fast connection within the city and in the surrounding large cities. The airport Duesseldorf DUS lies approx. 40 kilometers away.
Contrast Program Gelsenkirchen: Modern elements and significant history
Gelsenkirchen stands for football in particular: FC Schalke 04 is known beyond the borders of the Ruhr area and is regularly sung and celebrated in the Veltins Arena - a popular destination for all football fans.
Visitors of the city can also discover the region's famous industrial heritage and visit disused mines and restored industrial halls. If you are interested in the exciting history of the region, you can find out about it in some museums, such as the Zeche Zollverein Essen.