The prestigious “Atlantic Hamburg” hotel is now offering rooms and suites for longer-term occupancy in addition to the usual business of short lets to private or business travellers. One junior suite, two superior, one deluxe and one President’s suite can now be booked by the month or for an individually agreed period. Offering one, two or three rooms, the living space in the suites ranges between 60 and 130 square metres. Property services provider Grossmann & Berger is marketing the suites.
Each one has an exclusive view across the Outer Alster Lake. The suites are fully furnished but may also be booked with no or only some furniture. The rooms and bathrooms are fitted with top quality, expensive materials such as marble so that the guest can really feel at home. The hotel is a listed historic monument and the suites and rooms were painstakingly renovated in 2012. In September 2020 extensive renovation work on the areas open to the general public was completed.
Special services for residents
Staying for several weeks in one of the suites offers a combination of comfortable home and 5-star-superior hotel luxury. The price of the stay (details on request) includes concierge services and access to the hotel’s fitness and pool areas. Numerous additional optional services may be booked too, such as laundry, room service, personal shopping or the breakfast buffet in the Alster Salon. Fine dining options include international menus served in the “Atlantic Restaurant” and meals in the “Atlantic Grill & Health”. The hotel’s “Atlantic Bar” is an inviting place to enjoy drinks and cocktails.
Celebrity flair in a place steeped in history
The “Atlantic Hamburg” hotel is one of the city’s iconic buildings. Alfred Ballin, a shipping magnate from Hamburg built the hotel in 1909 for Hapag-Lloyd line’s first-class passengers and it has been welcoming celebrity guests ever since. The most famous permanent resident in the luxury hotel is Udo Lindenberg, a musician and artist. Big international names such as Charles de Gaulles, Josephine Baker and Michael Jackson have stayed here. Several national and international film directors have shot scenes in the grand hotel. Part of the James Bond film “Tomorrow Never Dies”, released in 1997, was shot in the “Atlantic”. Federal Chancellor Dr Angela Merkel held a reception for the heads of state attending the G20 summit in 2017 in the hotel.
A short walk to browse through shops or attend cultural events
Set on the shore of the Outer Alster Lake at An der Alster 72-29, the “Atlantic Hamburg” hotel is located in the centre of Hamburg. It is only a short walk to the shopping streets Mönckebergstrasse, Spitalerstrasse and Neuer Wall or to the Kunsthalle art galleries and the Schauspielhaus theatre. Other cultural attractions such as the State Opera House and the Elbphilharmonie concert hall are a short drive away.