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Hotels in Hamburg

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The city of Hamburg has grown to become one of the largest cities in Germany, balancing on the edge of the river Elbe and juggling a population of 1.75 million citizens. With so many inhabitants, it’s become a centre of culture and the arts with the largest art museum in Germany and the largest model railroad system in the word. Whilst there’s plenty to see in Hamburg, it’s also a common destination for business travellers as it has a thriving business district.  




Hamburg’s Old Town is easily the most traveller friendly place in the city, and it’s where you’ll find the main attractions (and best bars) in Hamburg too. There’s plenty of hotel chains around the Old Town, as well as 1 or 2 hostels and some family friendly branches for those visiting the Miniature railroad system too.


St Pauli


Sometimes you’re on a business break, sometimes it’s just a city break – St Pauli is for those on a break where they need to let their hair down. It’s an interesting area of Hamburg with several bars, pubs, and nightclubs, as well as a few well-priced restaurants for the morning after the night before. There are plenty of affordable hotels in this area that are closeby to the gardens and the museums as well as the colourful nightlife.




Altona is a smaller, artsy neighbourhood in the north of Hamburg, with a few bars, clubs and restaurants that are enjoyed by both travellers and locals. You’ll recognize the hotel chains here, and they offer a great little bolthole if you fancy staying in a friendly neighbourhood, away from the main hustle and bustle of the harbour.




HafenCity is a new redevelopment project in the harbour of Hamburg transforming old industrial buildings and warehouses into shops, restaurants, and trendy new hotels. If you fancy staying in an alternative place in one of the most modern areas of Hamburg, look this way.


Jungfernsteig / Neuerstadt


Across from the Aldstadt, you’ll find one of the busiest rapid transit stations in Hamburg (Jungfernsteig) and the Neustadt. The main attraction here is the shopping district, with everything from high end outlets to high street boutiques. Grab dinner in one of the restaurants overlooking the Inner Alster Lake, and stay in one of the mid-range hotels in the area for a cheaper alternative to other areas in Hamburg. This is also one of the best areas to stay in if you know you need to be in the CBD, and need a slick hotel with an easy check-in, check-out process.