Hamburg, the free Hanseatic city, is Germany’s largest commercial port with a long tradition of maritime trade. It is also a cosmopolitan center accustomed to welcoming visitors of all kinds from all over the world. Bearing witness to the city’s important harbor activity, the warehouses of the Speicherstadt quarter still resounds with the shouts of stevedores unloading their cargos of coffee beans, tobacco, raw silk and oriental fabrics. This quarter of Hamburg, declared as heritage site, is the incarnation of a city once called, “the open door onto the world”.
As the German capital of publishing and media, Hamburg is still an important cultural center, with its roots going back to the Middle Ages. Numerous theatres and about fifty museums are scattered throughout the city including the renowned Kunsthalle with a remarkable collection of 19th century German paintings. In addition to its cultural life, the city has another facet that comes alive at night in the Saint-Pauli quarter with entertainment of all sorts available.
Altona, a popular and lively quarter which was under Danish domination until 1938, possesses an establishment which visitors who come here find unexpected to say the least. The 25hours Hotel Hamburg No1 sprung from the imagination of German hotel specialist, Kai Hollman and breaks with the dictates of individualism by reverting to the canons of communal living. In response to the demands of young and yuppie clients hungry for originality and innovation, the hotel uses vivid, daring colors, a retro design and pushes extravagance to the limit in order to modifying the atmosphere of the interiors with jets of colored light that vary according to the time of day. Conceived by the Group 3 Meta design team, the interiors are organized according to the principle of a space in the shape of a permanent meeting place. The fuchsia colored lobby filled with mirrors gives it a 1970s feel. The rooms are decorated according to the existing codes of the 25 Hours hotel chain, with strong, sparkling colors and retro motifs on almost all the walls. Certain suites are more laid back emphasizing a cozy and minimalist atmosphere for stressed out urban guests.
“My goal is to convert individual and thematic demands into a project for creating fantasy and sensitivity in an ambitious design atmosphere”, explains Sybille von Heyden the interior decorator responsible for the interiors of the 25 Hours Guesthouse, opened in July, 2006.
Member Design Hotels / Boutique hotel / Retro design adopted from the 60s & 70s / Relaxed & trendy ambience / Moderate night rates / Unconventional / Guesthouse / Dining room with German & Italian cuisine / Private dining / Cozy living room / Jukebox / Rooftop bar / Nearby Spa / Shopping / Night life
Open all year
128 rooms including 6 family rooms
Double occupancy from 87 euros
Fuhlsbüttel Airport (HAM) - Hamburg
25HOURS HOTEL HAMBURG NO.1
Pas de décalage horaire
No time difference
Continental avec des étés chauds (surtout dans le sud) et des hivers assez rudes (surtout dans le nord)
Continental with warm summers (especially in the south) and fairly severe winters in the north
National ID card or valid passport
No visa required
French in large cities and at tourist sites
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+33 1 75 43 70 26 *Our reservation department is always happy to assist you via phone or via email. We are open Monday to Friday 9am to 18pm (GMT +1).