Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Hamburg does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Alt-Nuernberg, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Hotel Alt-Nuernberg, visitors can check out Moenckebergstrasse Shopping (0.5 km) and Town Hall (1.2 km), some of Hamburg's top attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Alt-Nuernberg offers guests free wifi.
While in Hamburg be sure to experience local surf and turf favourites at Coast by East & Enoteca.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular parks such as Park Planten un Blomen, Stadtpark, and Jenischpark.
Hotel Alt-Nuernberg looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Hamburg.
Hotel Alt Nürnberg in Hamburg is the perfect choice, if you are looking for a typical german place to stay. With only twelve rooms the whole atmosphere is very relaxed. At breakfast you get home made marmelade, serials, fruit, egg and buns with cheese or ham. A very welcoming place.
This is a traditional German small hotel, reminding me of my first visit to Germany in 1990 as a child. Everything was clean, neat, orderly, well thought out and taken care of. The room was spacious, furnished with actual furniture instead of Ikea cookie-cutter stuff one can see everywhere nowadays. Personnel were very kind and accommodating. I will definitely use the services of this hotel again.
I stayed at this hotel based on the reviews and it’s proximity to the train station. This was my first stop in Germany and I wanted to be as convenient to the station as possible. The hotel did not disappoint, service was good and the room itself for a single was more than adequate. It is a little on the noisy side, but in the winter with the windows closed it wasn’t too bad, but in the summer if the windows are open I think that might be an issue. Also for those unfamiliar with the area if you mistakenly walk three blocks to the northeast it gets very non-family friendly very quickly. The good restaurants are to the west-northwest.
I thoroughly read the reviews and so knew what to expect. I booked a room on the 4th floor as I knew it was going to be hot weather and was hoping that a room higher up would be quieter. Unfortunately this was not the case (more on this later). Our train was late arriving but I had been emailed entry instructions by the hotel - it was an easy 5 minute walk from the train station (easy to find and flat walking across only one main road) and the duty manager was just preparing to leave when we arrived; Elisabeth Kindly stayed back to make sure we were settled in and that everything was okay before she left for the night, even giving us a cold bottle of water to take to our room. We wanted to use the in-room safety deposit box and could not find a key, but after phoning down to the front desk, Elisabeth met me halfway (2nd floor) so neither of us would have to walk the whole way! The room was nicely decorated and very cosy but spacious - tall windows with curtains and a good sized fan (very much needed!). The bathroom was rather tiny but included everything you needed including a great shower. I also liked the fact that there was an extra little trolley on wheels for our bathroom items (so few hotels provide adequate shelf space for these things). There was a cute wooden closet for our hanging clothes, and a small drawer at the bottom, but we didn't really use it as we were only staying two nights. The bed was comfortable with crisp white sheets and a lightweight duvet. The only negative aspects to our stay were the noise and the heat - nothing to be done about the weather but it did necessitate our leaving the windows open all night to get fresh air. We had a fair bit of noise from the street in the way of people shouting and banging around, plus street sweepers and rubbish trucks very early in the morning (6am). Ironically by about 8:30am all was quiet again! We stayed over a Thursday and Friday night. There are two windows so probably it would be quieter in the winter with the windows closed against the colder weather. It would have been nice to have a mini fridge in the room to keep cold drinks in, but understand that the electrical supply in the older building might not be able to cope with too many small fridges in the rooms. Also, there was a distinct lack of power points (plugs) in which to recharge our various devices.In the end we just unplugged our bedside lamps and used those power points. We did not have breakfast at the hotel but the breakfast room looked really cute. The three different duty managers were all pleasant and helpful and spoke good English which was a relief as our German is basic. I am not sure that I would choose a room on the 4th floor again as it was a huge effort to get our suitcase up there (no lift) but it was nice to have a breeze at night and was most likely less noisy than a lower floor room would have been.…
The hotel is under 5 minutes walk from Hamburg's central railway station and literally around the corner from a whole swathe of restaurants and bars. The host's speak excellent English and are very helpful, encouraging me to help myself to fruit and bottled water at no charge. My single room initially reminded me of my student days due to its rather small size, but my student days didn't feature spotlessly clean facilities, in-room coffe facilioties and a prfectly adequate en suite bathroom. Well above average and perfectly adequate for a one-night stay. The room and hotel generally also featured some charming art which releived otherwise bare walls. It felt welcoming, cared for and well-run. No views from my room and the price was no bargain compared to chain hotels slightly further out from the centre, but for a one-night stay close tot he central station, absolutely fine. I'd stay here again.…