See why so many travellers make Garden Hotels Hamburg their hotel of choice when visiting Hamburg. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a luxury setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Hamburg, Garden Hotels Hamburg is located a short distance from Town Hall (2.1 km) and The Schanzenviertel (2.3 km).
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service, and you can go online as Garden Hotels Hamburg offers guests free wifi.
Travellers looking to enjoy some shrimp can head to Caramba Especial, Fischereihafen-Restaurant, or Cafe Paris. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Mediterranean restaurant such as Caramba Especial, Fischereihafen-Restaurant, or Cuneo.
Hamburg is also known for some great art museums, including Hamburger Kunsthalle, Panoptikum, and Ernst Barlach Haus, which are not too far from Garden Hotels Hamburg.
At Garden Hotels Hamburg, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Hamburg.
Jurg Timplaw - concierge was rude beyond belief. Hotel door closes at 10PM and there's no one on premises to help you with any matter. Should you loose your key - tough luck. Knowing they close at 10 - I showed up at the desk at 9:30PM to check out and ask for a wake up call at 4. (my flight was at 6AM next morning); I asked for my bill - when I wanted to look it over; Mr Timplaw told me "hurry up; I go home at 10" tapping his fingers on the counter. I told him all I needed was 2 minutes. He rolled his eyes and kept tapping his fingers. I paid my bill and went to my room. Room was not made up; worst of all there were no towels; not even the ones we used in the morning. I called Mr. Timplaw; who said he cannot help me; everyone went home. At that point I was royally ticked and told him; not everyone went home - he's stil around and he should get the master key; go to empty rooms and get me towels and if he hurried he'd still have 20 minutes to close up shop. He showed up w/towels; threw them into the bathtub and said "happy?" Needless to say - I did not get a wake up call (expecting this I set my cell phone)…
Probably not everyone's cup of tea but for us this was the nicest hotel we stayed in during a recent visit to Hamburg, Berlin, Dresden and Cologne. The decor is modern eclectic in an old building and gives a feeling that one is staying somewhere different and where the owners have put some thought into creating a relaxing atmosphere. We had a large room at the back with a balcony looking over the embassy roofs to the Alster lake. It was great - plenty of room, clean, well furnished with everything one needed (including a CD player, bath robes etc). Quiet too. Breakfast was the best we had on this trip. Good selection, not huge, but top quality. Helpful staff too. Highly recommended to anyone who wants something a bit different from the chain hotels and is certainly value for money in our view …