Vacation Apartment in Hamburg - 323 sqft, tasteful, nice, comfortable (# 1677)
With a lovely parquet floor and crisp, clean white furniture, this apartment is both comfortable and elegant. It is located in a charming historic town hose in the Harvestehude neighborhood. The view into the garden from the bedroom is sure to please. This 1-bedroom apartment can accommodate 2 guests., key advantages: tasteful, nice, comfortable, 1 living/family room with dining area, , kitchenette, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting,
Comfortable (25-30 sq.m) and tastefully furnished – you will feel right at home. Your own quiet kingdom, with 1.6 m wide comfort bed and green view (into the garden). You will have your own internet and telephone access, a stereo system and a well-equipped kitchenette with everything needed for cooking.
There is also a comfortable couch or chairs, wardrobe, and a dining table with two chairs. Some apartments even have a walk-in wardrobe; some come with bathtub, otherwise the bathroom offers shower, toilet, and hair dryer. Ideal for one to two persons.
Special prices for longer-term rentals.
Location Hamburg Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Hamburg Airport. From Hamburg Airport the distance to the unit at Klosterallee 70–72, 20144 Hamburg is about 7 km (4.3 miles), approximately a 16 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Hamburg, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $169-$197 for 1 person.
Unit Size: 323 square feet
Additional Features: Internet Access, Refrigerator, Washing Machine, Clothes Dryer, Television, Cable TV, DVD Player, Garden, Telephone
The Ivy House is located in the Klosterallee, a chestnut alley in the noble Hamburg district Harvestehude. Behind the house is a nice, lush garden; an inviting place to relax.
The area is distinguished by Hanseatic villas, well-kept gardens and small parks. The Alster, Hamburg’s large lake, is near, and the Ise-Markt, a weekly market with fresh specialties from all over the world, invites you to browse and shop. Business travelers same as families live close to the city center, yet in idyllic surroundings.
Nearest subway station: Hoheluftbrücke (U3)
Whether another pillow or breakfast on the room – no problem, we’ll make your stay as comfortable as possible.
* lounge to relax and meet other guests
* fitness area with sauna
* breakfast service
* shopping service
* bike rental
* laundry room (for washing during long-term stays)
* concierge service
* secretarial service
Von Deska's Hamburg TipsFor grown ups:St. Michaelis Church:The “Michel” was destroyed twice and rebuild three times between 1641 and 1912 and is now considered one of Hamburg’s great landmark buildings. Enjoy the stunning views of Hamburg from the 132 m high observatory.Kunsthalle:The ‘Kunsthalle’ museum features 12,000 sqm of exhibition space and is considered one of the most important art museums in Germany.Alster Sightseeing Cruises:Discover Hamburg in a completely new way. Enjoy picturesque views of Hamburg on one of The Alster Touristik GmbH white cruise ships.Musicals and Theater:Hamburg offers a multitude of Musicals and Theater events with ever changing shows and plays. Enjoy a romantic dinner followed by one of the many shows. Fischmarkt:The ‘Fischmarkt’ dates back to 1703 and is an absolute must for all Hamburg visitors. Unlike what its name implies, all sorts of things are offered for sale: from fish to fruit and vegetables to sausages and even home decoration. The ‘Fischmarkt’ is open for business on Sundays only: April to October 5:00 AM to 9:30 AM and November to March 7:00 AM to 9:30 AM.For KidsMiniature Wonder World:The largest model train exhibition in the world has already attracted over 5 million visitors. The train tracks stretch out on over 1,150 sqm with over 12 km of train tracks and it continues to get bigger. 890 trains with over 11,000 train cars travel through landscapes of Germany, Austria, United States and more.Theater for Kids:The ‘Theater für Kinder’ offers plays for kids aged 3 and older. Over 40,000 visitors enjoy the plays every year. The plays range from classic theatre to musicals and opera.The Hagenbeck ZooFeed a giraffe, ride a camel or pat some animals? The Hagenbeck zoo makes it possible. 1,850 animals from 210 different species live here. The zoo also has a large playground and an aquarium.PlanetariumFor 80 years the Planetarium in Hamburg has offered a number of activities and events: Star gazing for kids, theater, concerts and many more. The planetarium has the latest equipment and is one of the most modern Planetariums in the world. Harbor CruisesCruise the harbor and get a feel for the size of the really big ships. Kids can admire the many ships and fantasize about their destination ports. There is no other place like Hamburg where you can experience a port this way.
More travel info about Hamburg: Hamburg is a major port city situated on the Elbe River in northern Germany. It is Germany's second-largest city with 1,740,000 inhabitants. Hamburg has always been an international city, and has been called "The Gate to the World." Hamburg is one of the most important media hubs in Germany. Half of the nation's newspapers and magazines have their roots in Hamburg. The city offers a large variety of entertainment and cultural activities. A few key points of interest in Hamburg include the Moenckebergstrasse, one of the main retail streets, and Hamburg's impressive city hall ("Rathaus"), built in 1897 out of sandstone in the neo-Renaissance style. The Hamburg Dungeon is a live-action presentation of the "darker times" of Hamburg. The city is home to the Miniatur Wunderland, the world's largest model railway layout. Landungsbruecken is the most touristy part of Hamburg's harbor. And while there are a number of activities you can do on the water, you can also walk under the Elbe River through the Alter Elbtunnel.