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Hamburg, Germany – An Attractive City
Hamburg is a beautiful city with Inner Alster Lake, public gardens, museums, and attractive architecture and landscape. As one of Germany’s top travel vacation destinations, Hamburg attracts thousands of tourists every year.
The attractions of the city of Hamburg are immensely varied and numerous. A rich culture awaits the curious visitor; progressive, stylish and modern, the Venice of the North offers almost anything you may desire: Port of Hamburg, State Opera, St Michaelis Church, Hamburg Kunsthalle, Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Carl Hagenbeck’s Tier-park, Windjammer Rickmer, Museum of Hamburg History, the Fischmarkt, Elbe Beach, Blankeneser Treppenviertel and more.
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Overlooking Außenalster Lake, this classic hotel features free Wi-Fi, an elegant spa with indoor pool, a private movie theater, and a gourmet restaurant. Hamburg Central Train Station is just over a quarter mile away.
Behind its grand façade, the Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg provides spacious rooms and suites with flat-screen TV and marble bathroom. Each floor is inspired by a different color. All rooms were renovated in 2012.
Guests enjoy free use of the sauna. On site is also the Energy Clinic spa, which features an exclusive beauty salon and a gym overlooking Außenalster Lake. The Private Max theater for up to 8 people is another highlight at the Atlantic.
Traditional Hamburg dishes and seasonal specialties are served in the Kempinski’s Atlantic restaurant.
St. Georg is a great choice for travelers interested in museums, shopping and culture. This neighborhood is also very popular with families.
This 5-star hotel is on Alster Lake in the heart of Hamburg. The Fairmont Hamburg offers gourmet cuisine, free Wi-Fi and a luxury spa and fitness club.
The spacious rooms at the Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten feature rich décor. All rooms include an espresso machine, flat-screen TV, DVD player and free movies.
A buffet breakfast and afternoon cake are served in the Biedermeier-style Café Condi. Guests can dine in the elegant Haerlin restaurant, which has 2 Michelin stars. Asian and European dishes can be enjoyed in Doc Cheng’s.
The Vier Jahreszeiten Hamburg has a selection of bars, including a beautiful lakeside terrace along Alster Lake.
The Hamburg Fairmont is just over a quarter mile from Gänsemarkt subway station. The elegant Jungfernstieg shopping street, the Staatsoper Opera and Hamburg’s CCH Exhibition Center are all within a 10 minute walk of the hotel.
Hamburg City Center (New Town) is a great choice for travelers interested in food, shopping and culture. This neighborhood is also very popular with families.
Spacious rooms with Bang & Olufsen flat-screen TVs and a free spa with indoor pool are featured at this hotel on the Mönckebergstraße shopping street, just over a quarter mile from Hamburg Main Train Station.
The elegant rooms at Park Hyatt Hamburg have free Sky satellite TV, a daily newspaper, and a stylish private bathroom. Fruit and mineral water are provided upon arrival and Wi-Fi access if free throughout the property.
Guests at the Hyatt have free use of the 10,764 ft² Club Olympus Spa & Fitness Centre with a hot tub, sauna area, and fitness room. Beauty treatments and massages can be booked here.
The Hyatt’s Apples Restaurant with floating bar serves regional cooking, prepared in the open kitchen with a wood oven and lava grill.
Hamburg City Center (Old Town) is a great choice for travelers interested in shopping, food and sightseeing.
With breathtaking view over the River Elbe and the combination of high culture and fine dining, The Hotel Louis C. Jacob is located in Nienstedten, one of the most charming and elegant areas of Hamburg’s Elbchaussee. Its history began in 1791, when French horticulturist Daniel Louis Jacob established the site as a wine restaurant. For five generations since, the Hotel’s Jacobs Restaurant has been recognized as one of the premier restaurants and wine cellars in Germany. The Jacobs was recently named Best Restaurant in Hamburg, with chef Thomas Martin winning the prized “Chef of the Year 2002” award.
Both the Hotel Louis C. Jacob and its restaurants boast endless credentials – they have received kudos from such respected organizations as Gault Millau, the Wine Spectator, and the Guide Michelin, and the hotel was recently granted the prestigious distinction of being a “Leading Small Hotel of the World.”
The 5-star Hotel Louis C. Jacob is over 200 years old and Jacobs Restaurant provides modern cuisine with French influences and a large wine cellar. The restaurant features crystal chandeliers, wall paintings and stucco ceilings. Diners can enjoy views of the linden terrace and the Elbe River.
Hotel Louis C. Jacob’s spa area includes a hot tub, a sauna and a solarium. Rental bicycles are available.
Buses stop just outside the Louis C. Jacob. Hochkamp S-Bahn Station, Jenisch Park and Hirsch Park are all about 15 minutes away by foot. Limousine and car rental services are available.