An der Alster 72-79,
20099 Germany

Neighbourhood: St Georg

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Since it was opened in 1909, the Hotel Atlantic Kempinski has been synonymous with Hanseatic elegance, epitomizing the local way of life. It is a hotel with a grand history and its success is closely linked to social, political and cultural life in the Hanseatic city of Hamburg. It is own unique way, the hotel unites the traditional and the modern, representing more than ever before the exquisite grand hotel style with European flair in the centre of the vibrant metropolis of Hamburg.

The 221 rooms and suites impress with their timeless elegance and grand luxury. The interplay between handsome grand hotel architecture from the turn of the century and the amenities of modern lifestyles promises to make every stay something special. The interiors of the rooms and suites are varied and individual. Each features a range of decorative elements and subtle colours, perfectly displayed in precious materials and objets d’art, to add a very personal note. Full-length windows in the rooms with lake views present a panoramic view of incomparable beauty onto the waters of the outer Alster. While also enchanting the guests with a spectacular view onto the outer Alster lake the Atlantic Restaurant indulges its guests with an exquisite cuisine.

In summer, the Atlantic Atrium, a courtyard with a touch of Roman flair, transforms into an oasis of calm and of culinary delights. The Atlantic Bar provides the perfect setting in which to round off the day in style. Its comprehensive menu offers a selection ranging from classic cocktails to fancy drinks as well a choice of exquisite bar specialities. It is the ideal meeting place for connoisseurs and night owls alike.

Defined by their exceptional architecture dating from the early 20th century, the thirteen function rooms offer a breathtaking venue for outstanding conferences, international meetings and events of all kinds. For more than one hundred years, the heart of the banqueting halls has been the historical Grosser Festsaal, a ballroom so versatile that it never ceases to fascinate. Whether the event requires a classical or modern setting, a trendy lounge atmosphere, with or without a dance floor – this venue is unique in Hamburg. Those seeking something special will be sure to find it here.

The fitness and spa area in the Energy Clinic provides a unique concept of health and beauty treatments. Ancient Chinese wisdom combines with the latest techniques. Enjoy pure luxury for body and soul. A fitness room, sauna and the indoor pool all beckon you to enjoy an exquisite experience of well-being.

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Lake Alster
The Hotel Atlantic Kempinski is located at the shores of the lake Alster. The track around the lake is not only for locals a famous jogging track or worth a strawl , but also for tourists. At the Alster one can take part in various activities like sailing, canooing or paddleboat. The needed equipment can be rent.

Just as the Hotel Atlantic Kempinski itself, the Alsterhaus is a synonym for luxury over decades. In walking distance located at the Inner Alster lake, the Alsterhaus offers everything a shopping heart is wishing for. Besides famous brands a highlight ist he Veuve Cliquot Bar at the top level oft he Alsterhaus.

Harbour Cruises
Hamburg has undoubtedly one of the most fascinating harbour, on the world. Experience this in a 90-minute-lasting harbour cruise where you will get to see an interesting facette of Hamburg. It passes HafenCity, Hamburg’s newest district, the Speicherstadt (warehouse district), watergates and canals, the port terminals at Altenwerder, and return to Landungsbrücken. A professional guide will provide you with some interesting facts about the harbour and its history.

Hagenbeck Zoo
Pay a visit to the famous Hagenbeck Zoo. The largest privately owned animal park in Europe has a long history and will delight you with an amazing variety of botanical species, open enclosures and several cultural monuments. You will discover 1,850 animals from all over the world and you have the chance to see one of Europe’s largest elephant herdes. Hagenbeck also offers pony rides, a fairyland miniature railway, a petting zoo and a play area.

Miniatur Wonderland
Experience the largest model railway display in the world, over 10 mio visitors have paid their tributes so far. The founders of the Miniatur Wonderland have made a huge effort to create a world in small format: Famous attractions like the cities of Hamburg and Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon, the Alps, Scandinavian landscapes, an International Airport with flights arriving and departing have been built in miniature, with the railway passing through. Get a glimpse behind the scenes with a guided tour and discover interesting facts about the process of construction.

St. Pauli
The famous Reeperbahn, Hamburg’s most famous street is located in St. Pauli, Hamburg’s amusement quarter district. Before it became a district in Hamburg in 1894, St. Pauli used to be city of its own, mainly for the working class. Today St.Pauli has become well known to many visitors, due to the amusement area around the Reeperbahn, where musicals and shows like Rocky, Schmidt’s Tivoli had their world premiere. A guided tour will show around the sinful spots and must-see places, wrapped in cheerful and interesting background stories.

Discover Hamburg’s most modern but controversial district. It hosts a diversity of architectural highlights, such as the much-discussed Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg’s soon to be finished concerthall. The new Hamburg Cruise Terminal, at the architecturally interesting Marco Polo Tower, is always worth a visit. From cruise ships like Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth, or AIDA cruise ships are frequenting this interesting spot often. A stroll through the HafenCity will guide you along small individual boutiques and restaurants.

Blankenese is one of Hamburg’s more exclusive districts. White martime hanseatic houses and villas border the streets. From the famous Elbchausse, visitor stop and take in the beautiful view over harbour, container terminals and the river Elbe. The Elbufer, Hamburg’s city beach, is located in. From a former fishing village in 1301, Blankenese has become a chic residential area, where visitor like to walk through Treppenviertel, a walkwaays-quarter. Take a stroll through them and join a guided tour through one of Hamburg’s wealthiest districts.