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Hotels in Hamburg

Hamburg is a gorgeous riverside city in the north of Germany known for its beer culture, scientific research, and rich cultural life. Visitors to Hamburg are impressed by its cleanliness, high standard of living, and friendliness to tourists. Hamburg’s temperate climate means that it seldom gets very hot or very cold, though it does experience all four seasons so you should pack accordingly.

Where Are The Hotels In Hamburg?

The hotels in Hamburg are concentrated on the east and west banks of the Aussenalster lake, which connects to the Elbe in the south. On the west bank, you’ll find plenty of hotels in the Hauptkirche St. Michaelis region. On the east, you’ll find hotels littered around the St. Georg neighborhood. Each neighborhood in Hamburg is quite different from the others, so you might want to scope out the neighborhood before making a hotel booking to make sure you like the locale.

There are also plenty of hotels outside of these two areas, but they’re not as clumped together. If you’re trying to save money on a hotel room, you’ll have good results going a bit farther away from the city’s downtown before booking a room. All of the hotel-rich areas in Hamburg are connected via the city’s stellar public transit system, so getting around won’t be an issue.

How Expensive Are The Hotels In Hamburg?

Hotels in Hamburg run the gamut from hostel to luxury hotel. As far as price ranges go, as of 2017 you’ll be able to find a hotel room for as cheap as $70 or as expensive as $400, depending on where you look.

Remember: you get what you pay for in Hamburg. Hostels are unlikely to have any amenities, whereas small hotels or chain hotels are likely to have services that you’re used to if you’re willing to pay. Hotels are more expensive closer to downtown and around the universities.

What Is There To Do In Hamburg?

Hamburg has an intense performance arts, opera, and art scene. There are also dozens of museums to visit in Hamburg, including two museum ships, the most in the world. If you’re more interested in eating around, Hamburg is a hub of German cuisine with a splash of French from time to time.

Hamburg’s local cuisine isn’t for everyone, but if you’re adventurous, the green bean sauté with pears and bacon called Aalsuppe might be a delicious dish to dabble in. Walking around the city’s ancient yet modern streets is even more enjoyable after stopping into one of Hamburg’s many outside beer gardens, pretzel stands, or nut roasters.