In this arti­cle, I will tell you about some of the most pop­u­lar hotels in Ham­burg from dif­fer­ent price cat­e­gories. Ham­burg is the largest port in Ger­many, a huge busi­ness cen­ter where busi­ness tourists flock from all over the world. All this has left its mark on the fea­tures of the hotel infra­struc­ture. Most of the hotels are aimed specif­i­cal­ly at this cat­e­go­ry of trav­el­ers, but this does not mean at all that you will not find cheap youth hos­tels and hotels for the aver­age tourist in Ham­burg.

overview of the best hotels in hamburg

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Le Royal Meridien Hotel

A breath­tak­ing and immac­u­late res­i­dence offer­ing every degree of lux­u­ry and con­ve­nience one could wish for. The hotel’s archi­tec­ture seam­less­ly blends moder­ni­ty and tra­di­tion, with a swim­ming pool, solar­i­um, meet­ing and ball­rooms, busi­ness facil­i­ties, a high­ly acclaimed ninth-floor restau­rant and a bar with amaz­ing views. In total, Le Roy­al Meri­di­en has 284 rooms and suites, com­plete with widescreen TVs, ensuite bath­rooms, high speed inter­net and, of course, fluffy white bathrobes. All of this is com­ple­ment­ed by impec­ca­ble ser­vice, so it’s no sur­prise that this Ham­burg hotel remains a peren­ni­al favorite with upscale busi­ness trav­el­ers. A room in this hotel can be booked from $189 per night.

Sofitel Alter Wall

This canal struc­ture, with its own pri­vate pier, once housed a bank owned by the Ger­man Post Office. Today, behind a 19th-cen­tu­ry façade hides a lux­u­ri­ous hotel with cut­ting-edge design and trendy ener­gy, not to men­tion two large restau­rants and a world-class spa with indoor pool, sauna and solar­i­um. Each of the 241 rooms has a spa­cious mar­ble en-suite bath­room, and the city cen­ter loca­tion makes Ham­burg’s Sof­i­tel Alter Wall a favorite.

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Fairmont Vier Jahreszeiten

Old-fash­ioned opu­lence on a roy­al scale is the short­est way to describe this hotel. This huge 19th-cen­tu­ry man­sion on the banks of the Ulster Inner Lake is regard­ed by many as the best hotel in Ham­burg. The price of accom­mo­da­tion is quite in line with the excep­tion­al rep­u­ta­tion of the Fair­mont Vier Jahreszeit­en. The hotel includes 156 rooms and 32 suites. Awash with fresh flow­ers, expen­sive antiques, orig­i­nal paint­ings and even a series of almost price­less tapes­tries, this grand hotel in true Euro­pean tra­di­tion is ready to trap guests when you want to come back again and again. The hotel is locat­ed in a con­ve­nient area for shop­ping, while being away from the bustling nightlife of the city.

Hotel 25hours Hamburg No.1

One of the most pop­u­lar design hotels in Ham­burg, 25hours Ham­burg No.1 will beat any estab­lish­ment in the city in terms of style (bright retro chic with Philippe Star­ck­’s 1960s taste), ameni­ties (includ­ing a Ger­man-Ital­ian fusion bar and restau­rant) , and cost. The hotel is quite afford­able — room rates start from 100€. The com­bi­na­tion of all these fac­tors has made 25hours a real hit among the younger fash­ion audi­ence.

Gastwerk Hamburg Hotel

Anoth­er pre­ferred place when it comes to design­er hotels in Ham­burg. But at the same time, Gast­werk proud­ly bears the title of one of the city’s his­toric build­ings. Many are very sur­prised to find that 150 years ago this large brick build­ing housed the city’s first gas works. Its pro­por­tions and clev­er­ly redesigned space are the hotel’s biggest attrac­tion, with sub­dued light­ing and expres­sive­ly dis­trib­uted recep­tion areas, 141 cozy rooms and suites. Each of the rooms has a con­tem­po­rary aes­thet­ic with a touch of clas­sic charm.

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Wedina Hotel

A more spe­cif­ic bou­tique hotel locat­ed in a qui­et res­i­den­tial area near Ulster Lake. The taste­ful décor of this Ham­burg hotel focus­es more on com­fort than style. There is an attrac­tive gar­den with a swim­ming pool with dis­tinct Mediter­ranean fea­tures, while the rooms are com­fort­able and attrac­tive and the staff friend­ly and help­ful. The hotel is proud of its famous lit­er­ary guests, among which stand out Hen­ning Mankel and Amos Oz.

CityHotel Monopol

For those who like to be in the thick of things, this cheap Ham­burg hotel is cen­tral­ly locat­ed along the famous Reeper­bahn nightlife dis­trict. Its main advan­tage over oth­er hotels in the area is the com­plete sound­proof­ing of each of the 80 rooms and excel­lent fur­nish­ings. This is a great place for the bud­get par­ty goer. Even the City­Ho­tel Monopol cock­tail bar is open 24 hours a day, and rich break­fasts are includ­ed in the price, which is very pleas­ant after a stormy night.

Fritz Hotel

The Fritzho­tel is locat­ed in the Stern­schanze area, direct­ly oppo­site a park and close to pub­lic trans­port links. This is an advanced, mod­ern and clean Ham­burg hotel with its own char­ac­ter. Its sin­gle and dou­ble rooms are very con­ve­nient­ly dis­trib­uted and some even have bal­conies. Its main advan­tage is its loca­tion in the artists’ quar­ter, with many pleas­ant green areas, cafes and bars.

Accord Novum Hotel

This 23-room hotel belongs to the mod­est Accord chain. Accord Novum is a clean, com­fort­able and safe estab­lish­ment in Ham­burg, com­plete­ly ren­o­vat­ed in 2010. It offers good val­ue for mon­ey, but the biggest advan­tage of the hotel is the loca­tion in the city cen­ter, just a few hun­dred meters from the main rail­way sta­tion, shops, restau­rants, rivers and main his­tor­i­cal sights.

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