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ABOUT AVI City Apartments

Offers Apart house with 34 modern Apartments located in Duesseldorf city center, which is just 1 km from the River Rhine. We also offer single apartments in different categories and sizes.

Arvi-s features are perfect location, free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour reception and information support. 

The elegant apartments have modern Kitchen free Wi-Fi, colourful décor and come with a satellite TV, a desk, and a wardrobe. Bathrooms are en-suite with a hair-dryer and complimentary toiletries. 

There are different types of apartments beginning from compact studio apartment for 2 pax with modern kitchenette (15 sq.m.) and ending up with large apartments for 6 pax with a big kitchen-living room and balcony (70 sq. m.).  

A variety of restaurants and bars can be found within 1 km.

The Messe Duesseldorf (trade-fair centre) is located 6 km and can be reached by public transport.

Düsseldorf Main Station is 800 metres away with direct connections to Cologne and Duesseldorf Airport. Oststraße underground station is a 5-minute walk away, and a tram stop (Berliner Allee) is located 50 metres away.

Our rooms


Are a good example of modern furniture interior. Technical amenities such as a high-speed Wi-Fi internet access and cable satellite television provide perfect setting as well for business as for leisure travellers. Our bathrooms is equipped with a bathtub or shower. Working place and soundproof windows supplement our cosy rooms. There are also light, nightstand, phone directly at the Bed.


Look Around 

According to Mercer Duesseldorf is on top 6 of worldwide big cities around the world when it comes to quality of life. 91% of Duesseldorfs' population agrees on that. Why you shouldn't miss a trip to this city at the rhine river, you can read here.

Have A Drink


In Düsseldorf, the notion of "going for a quiet drink" is anathema. In fact, it's nigh-on impossible. At breweries such as Zum Schlüssel, tray-lugging waiters plonk a fresh glass of beer on your table whenever they spy an empty, whether you ask for it or not. Request a glass of water and you'll get a sardonic: "Do you want a towel and soap as well?" Even Düsseldorf's City Pissoirs – sleek, metallic street-urinals – seem to have been built with drinkers in mind.

For a city that purports to have the "longest bar in the world", you'd expect nothing less. But rather than an infinite mahogany-upholstered drinks counter, this moniker actually refers to the 260-or-so bars, pubs and breweries sardined into 1sq km of Düsseldorf's cobblestone-and-church-spired Altstadt [old town].


Sample shots of our facilities

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