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Prince Harry Jets To Dusseldorf On British Airways, Takes Up Residence In Hyatt Presidential Suite – Live and Let's Fly

Prince Harry is in Germany this weekend for the Invictus Games and has taken up residence in the presidential suite at the Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf after arriving on British Airways.

Prince Harry In Presidential Suite At Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf  After British Airways Flight

Harry stopped in London today to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, visiting the Windsor church where his grandmother was laid to rest.

His final destination, however, was Dusseldorf, Germany, where he will open up the Invictus Games tomorrow night. It is not clear which airline he flew from Los Angeles to London (though The Duke of Sussex generally flies American Airlines or British Airways). However, from London to Dusseldorf he flew British Airways and was seated in the Club Europe (business class) cabin.

Upon landing in Germany, he was whisked away by car to the Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf, where the UK Daily Mail reports he checked into the presidential suite.

Hyatt describes the 1,700 square foot suite as “true luxury”:

Experience true luxury in this 158-square-meter suite with a separate living and dining room with a kitchenette; a king bedroom with panoramic skyline views; a walk-in closet; and a bathroom with walk-in rain shower and bathtub.

images: Hyatt

I’ve enjoyed a suite at that hotel in the past (though not the presidential suite) and despite a good stay at The Wellhem, I will be returning to this hotel next time I am in Germany’s sixth-largest city.

A word on the one-year anniversary of the death of the Queen. I traveled to London for her Platinum Jubilee and again to London to pay respects to her lying in state at the Palace of Westminster. Much has changed over the last year in the world, but her legacy of public service, duty, and dedication remains an inspiration to me.


Prince Harry stopped in London to pay tribute to his late grandmother before continuing on British Airways to Germany. He is now a guest-in-residence at the Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf in the presidential suite. If you happen to be in Dusseldorf this weekend and see the paparazzi, now you know why.


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