Airport Hotel by The New Yorker
The solemn meets the zany in the Airport Hotel by The New Yorker in Cologne, Germany. The exterior’s dark shades are in stark contrast to the whimsical and brightly colored furniture of the interiors. The spacious rooms are the best example of the latter, and also come with a work desk, flat-screen TV with satellite channels, en suite bathroom, and free Wi-Fi. Guests may eat their meals at the modern dining room and have drinks at the 24-hour bar. Another dining option is the next door restaurant. The Cologne/Bonn Airport is just two minutes by car and 15 minutes on foot.