Housed within the historic Levantehaus, a luxury mall on the city's main shopping drag, the Park Hyatt delivers the hospitality and comfort expected of one of Germany's best hotels, with plush beds, marble bathrooms, and peace and quiet. The open lobby is full of wood panels and soft illumination, and this feeling of space and light extends to the hotel's large guest rooms and bathrooms. Those weary after a long day can relax in the hotel's stylish bar, or book a massage in the huge, 10,800-square-foot wellness area, which includes a 20-meter-long pool and a fully equipped gym. Suitably refreshed, guests can take high tea in the Park Lounge or indulge in something more substantial from the grill in the Apples Restaurant ($$$$). The hotel's back faces busy Mönckebergstrasse, making this the most centrally located five-star property in town.
Bugenhagenstr. 8, Hamburg, 20095, Germany
Feb 21, 2007
Location to this hotel is very convenient to shopping, sight seeing and transportation (2 blocks from central train station) Rooms: The rooms are comfortable and relaxing Hotel Service is some of the best I have experienced. Very friendly, professional and informative of the area. Dining: Apples Restaurant is very good on atmosphere, but food slightly above average well presented but you can not eat presentation :-) I would stay there again,
but I will be getting my meals elsewhere. The meals from surrounding restaurants are much better value for the price.
Jun 21, 2006
Definitely the best (and most expensive) place to stay in Hamburg. Right in the city in a historic surrounding. The breakfast itself is a reason to stay there - if you can foot the bill. Staff is very attentative - far from arrogant. Rooms are impeccable - yet a bit pricey. But where else do you meet celebrities in town?