Hotel im Wasserturm Cologne

Stay in an exceptional hotel

Experience the cathedral city of Cologne in its historic ambience. This is what the hotel in the Wasserturm offers. The property is located directly in the 1872 water tower of Cologne. This was once the largest in Europe and offers its guests an exciting ambience with cozy hotel rooms. Due to its central location in the old town near Cologne Cathedral, the hotel is the ideal starting point for city travelers. The special highlight is the roof terrace of the hotel in the water tower with a breathtaking view over the city, which can also be booked for events.

Stylish and spacious rooms

The 88 hotel rooms and suites are located in a former water tower and are characterized by the perfect combination of style, elegance and comfort. Depending on the booked room you have a breathtaking view of Cologne. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.

Rooftop high above Cologne

The rich breakfast with cold and hot dishes and coffee specialties offers everything you need for a good start to the day. The Brick Lounge with its atmospheric chill-out music and an exclusive selection of gin and whiskey invites you to relax. During the summer months, this is best done on the outdoor terrace with a great view over Cologne. There are also barbecue events.

Meeting rooms with garden and roof lounge

For conferences, meetings, seminars and events several different sized rooms are available, all fully air-conditioned and flooded with natural light and have direct access to the garden. Receptions, gala dinners, wedding, birthday and company parties can be wonderful on the rooftop terrace with views over Cologne.

Central Old Town location

The hotel im Wasserturm is centrally located in the city center of Cologne. The cathedral, town hall, chocolate museum and the banks of the Rhine are only a few minutes walk away. The central station can be reached in about 10 minutes, the Cologne-Dusseldorf airport is about 30 minutes away.

Shopping, sightseeing and culture

Popular sights in Cologne include the cathedral, the old town, the Rhine, the historic town hall, the Ludwig Museum, the Hohenzollern Bridge, the Südstadt, the Cologne Triangle, the cable car and the Chocolate Museum. You should of course not miss the Cologne Carnival and drink a Kölsch. Away from the tourist crowds, Ehrenfeld, the Belgian Quarter and the Melaten Cemetery invite you to visit. The reception offers further insider tips for Cologne.