"COVID-19" - "Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2" - From November 2nd, 2020, overnight stays are not allowed for tourist reasons, initially applies uup to and including May 2nd, 2021. (The Hamburg Senate decides how often and how long it will be extended.)
Accommodation offers may only be made available if they have one of the following purposes:
1. work-related stays,
2. medically induced stays,
3. mandatory socio-ethical stays (e.g. funerals, funeral ceremonies, etc.)
Mask requirement: medical masks (these are surgical masks or FFP2 masks) must be worn in all public areas of the hotel so that the nose and mouth are completely covered by the mask!
All distances are airline distances and actual travel distance might vary.
Beatles Square 50 m | St.Joseph Church 100 m | "Pulverfass" Cabaret 150 m | St.Pauli Theater 400 m | "Heisse Ecke" - The St.Pauli Musical 400 m | Port of Hamburg 750 m | Old Elbe Tunnel 1.2 km | Elbphilharmonie Hamburg 2 km | Miniature Wonderland 2.2 km | Hamburg Town Hall 2.3 km | Hamburg Central Station 3.3 km | Hamburg Airport 10 km
* The following information is only an excerpt from WikipediA (as of February 5, 2020). We take no responsibility for the accuracy and timeliness of this information. All texts are written in German and have been translated with translate.google.com
Hamburg: officially Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg (Low German Friee and Hanseatic City of Hamborg, country code: HH), is a city-state of the Federal Republic of Germany. The official name refers to the history of Hamburg as a free imperial city and as a leading member of the Hanseatic League.
With approximately 1.8 million inhabitants, Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and the largest city in the European Union that is not a capital. The Hamburg metropolitan region has over five million inhabitants, and around 2.2 million live in the metropolitan area. The urban area is divided into seven districts and 104 districts, including the Neuwerk district, an archipelago in the North Sea.
The port of Hamburg is one of the largest transshipment ports worldwide and, together with the international airport, makes Hamburg one of the most important logistics locations in Europe. Economically and scientifically, the metropolis is particularly important in the field of aerospace technology, life sciences and information technology as well as for the consumer goods industry. The Hamburg education and research location comprises several renowned educational institutions and research centers.
The Speicherstadt and the neighboring Kontorhaus district have been part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 2015. Other well-known cultural monuments and landmarks are the Hamburg City Hall and the five striking main churches. Many clinker facades and the proximity to the water with numerous rivers, canals and canals are typical for the cityscape. The St. Pauli district with the Reeperbahn as an entertainment district and the Elbphilharmonie concert hall, which opened in 2016, are also internationally known. The musical location Hamburg is one of the most important on the European continent. Hamburg is experiencing strong growth in the field of international city tourism and is considered one of the cities with the highest quality of life in the world.
Hamburg has been the seat of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ISGH) since 1996. Since 2004, the Hamburg Summit has been an important Chinese-European summit in the Hanseatic city. The twelfth G20 summit took place here in July 2017.