Steigenberger Hotel Hamburg – The pearl of the north
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and has a rich history which can be seen and felt at many places in the port city. The Hanseatic city has been shaped by its port for more than 800 years. Exotic goods and people have been arriving here for many years. You could say that Hamburg has already seen everything, and it would take a lot to ruffle its feathers. But although the port does of course heavily influence the city, there is much more to discover and experience during a stay in Hamburg.
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Hamburg City Hotel: walking and strolling
If you would like to get a feel for city life, you're best off staying in a hotel in central Hamburg. From there, you can discover a large part of the city on foot. Hamburg is a great city for leisurely walks. The individual city quarters are close together and, if you begin to tire, there is always a metro station close by. You could start your walk at the Jungfernstieg. Located on the southern bank of the Inner Alster, you can either board one of the Alster ships or take a short coffee break before heading towards the Gänsemarkt. There may just happen to be a market with typical Hamburg delicacies on.
Not far from the Gänsemarkt you can get away from hustle and bustle of the big city and stroll through the wonderful "Planten un Blomen" park. A visit to the Japanese teahouse is a must. The northern end of the park is home to the famous Millerntor stadium and the entrance to the Sankt Pauli and also the Reeperbahn. If you fancy resting a while in your Hamburg City Hotel before an exciting evening out, then return via the piers and the Hamburg harbor.Learn more
A night in Hamburg - Schanze, musicals and St. Pauli
Hamburg nightlife is exciting and unique. But not just because of the well-known and highly celebrated Reeperbahn. Hamburg has a rich cultural life which caters to (almost) every taste. Start from your Hotel Hamburg in the city center towards the “Portuguese Quarter” near the harbor. You will find traditional Portuguese fish restaurants and cozy bars here. Another bonus: there are not too many tourists in this quarter.
The ferries leave not far from here, taking you to the “Lion King” on the musical island.
If you like things to be colorful, then take yourself off to the Schanzen quarter. Whether you are looking for a bar with fine wine and drinks or a club for dancing, you are sure to experience a wonderful Hamburg evening.
Hotel in central Hamburg which is easy to get to
The Hamburg central train station is architecturally impressive, but its location is also perfectly planned. You can either take a short walk to your hotel in Hamburg's city center or ride on the S-Bahn to Stadthausbrücke. A taxi will take you to your destination in a matter of minutes. From the airport, you can either take the S1 for approx. 30 minutes to your City Hotel or a taxi in only 35 minutes.
Luxury and wellness: Edel Hotel Hamburg
The Steigenberger Wellnesshotel Treudelberg lies to the north of Hamburg. In the center of the Alstertal conservation area you will find numerous opportunities to switch off, get active and enjoy nature. The Alster trail runs through the Alstertal, always parallel to the river course. Whether walking, jogging or cycling, this is where you can recuperate from the hustle and bustle of the city. Keen golfers can improve their handicap on the 27-hole course. Enjoy your evenings in great restaurants and really spoil yourself at the spa.
If you are missing the big city lights, you are only 20 kilometers from Hamburg city center.Learn more