Family Budget Travel to Germany’s Rhineland - Easter Weekend Super Specials: 49 Euros for 3 Nights, Including Taxes and 6 Meals

Families traveling to Germany’s Rhineland area over Easter weekend can take advantage of steep discounts at the region’s participating DJH Hostels, some of which offer 3-star hotel level accommodations at low prices. A three-night stay from Good Friday to Easter Monday in a family room with private bath is only 49 euros for adults, and kids stay for 30-50% off.

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family room at DJH City-Hostel Cologne-Deutz

DJH hostels are one of the best-kept secrets for American travelers as some offer 3-star hotel level quality at a fraction of hotel prices.

Rhineland, Germany (PRWEB) February 13, 2014

DJH Hostels, a chain of superior budget accommodations - popular with families, business travelers, seniors and groups – and part of the renowned national non-profit organization German Youth Hostel Association, offers steep discounts for families who stay at the organization’s participating hostels in Germany’s Rhineland region.

The participating hostels are the DJH properties in: Aachen, Bad Honnef, Bonn, Brüggen, Hellenthal, Mönchengladbach, Morsbach, Neuss, Köln-Deutz, Radevormwald and Simmerath-Rurberg.

The total price for a three-night stay (Good Friday – Easter Monday) is only € 49 for parents in a family room and includes six meals (all-you-can eat breakfast buffet, plus lunch or dinner), and all taxes. Kids receive a 30-50% discount.

The Rhineland region is an increasingly popular destination for American travelers and includes the cities of Aachen, Bonn, Cologne, and Düsseldorf, as well as many other highly attractive family destinations.

DJH hostels are one of the best-kept secrets for American travelers as some offer 3-star hotel level quality at a fraction of hotel prices, e.g. the DJH City-Hostels in Bonn and Cologne-Deutz, and are upscale destinations highly popular with families, business travelers, seniors, and groups.

Even better, the DJH special offers also save time and eliminate hassle. The new in-house agency Go2City (http://www.djh-go2city.de) also sell tours and tickets to guests at great prices, making the hostel a one-stop-shop for all family and group travel needs. Examples of what you’ll find include: City tours (starting at € 8.40 per person), museum tours (starting at € 4.90 per person), or a guided tour climbing the Cologne Cathedral (starting at € 3.90 per person), and much more.

For more information and family reservations at DJH’s Rhineland hostels, including the Easter Weekend Special, please contact: DJH-Service-Center Rheinland, Düsseldorfer Str. 1A, 40545 Düsseldorf, Tel.: 0211 3026 3026, e-Mail: service(at)djh-rheinland(dot)de.

For more information, also visit http://www.jh-familien.de or contact the US sales office: Rainer Perry, Marketing & Sales Manager North America, DJH City-Hostels in Bonn, Cologne & Düsseldorf, New York, NY at: 646-207-6406, email: rainer.perry(at)djh-rheinland(dot)de.

For more information on booking group programs and tours, visit http://www.djh-go2city.de.

For more information on DJH City-Hostels, visit http://www.city-hostel.de.

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Featuring three hostels in Cologne and one each in Bonn and Düsseldorf, DJH City-Hostels is part of the German Youth Hostel Association Rhineland, an association of 35 hostels. A non-profit organization, DJH City-Hostels is committed to providing superior budget accommodations in the cities of Düsseldorf, Cologne, and the Rhineland region to individuals, groups, and families for business and leisure travel. For more information, visit: http://www.city-hostel.de.