Experience all that Hamburg has to offer! Comfortable guest room for 1–2 people featuring combined living and sleeping areas with a stereo system, a kitchenette with ceramic stovetop, a bathroom with shower and toilet, and a balcony. Options include Wi-Fi, parking, room service, delivery service, laundry., key advantages: modern furnishings, central, 1 living/family room with dining area, , kitchenette, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, There is parking in front of the house available for this object,
This guest room receives one or two guests. It consists of a bed-living room with an armchair, a television, a stereo system with CD player, a kitchenette and a bathroom with shower and toilet.
The kitchen includes tableware, a refrigerator, a ceramic stovetop, a microwave, and a kettle. Optional features are: Wi-Fi, parking, room service, delivery service, and laundry.
Location Hamburg Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Hamburg Airport. From Hamburg Airport the distance to the unit at Geibelstraße 43, 22303 Hamburg is about 11 km (6.8 miles), approximately a 19 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 $114-$114 for 2 persons.
Additional Features: Internet Access, Wireless Internet, Central Heating, Microwave, Refrigerator, Toaster, Television, DVD Player, Balcony, Telephone
Hamburg has a lot to offer: cultural events, historical architecture, lakes, canals, and several parks and green areas in the Winterhude district. Winterhude is a trendy area with stylish shops, cafes, bakeries, bars, restaurants, and other attractions just around the corner.
Attention walkers, joggers, and sightseers! The Alster shore and the Stadtpark are nearby. If you are interested to go on a ferryboat trip on the Alster, we can help!
Hamburg boasts 31 theaters, 6 music halls, 10 cabarets and 50 state and private museums. Of the 4,000 restaurants in Hamburg, 2,400 offer international cuisine.
The Elbe and Alster riverbanks are perfect for a stroll. Sight-seeing trips on a ferryboat are impressive and offer a special way of discovering Hamburg.
Right in downtown Hamburg, there is a large lake: the Alster. A boat tour on the Alster ends here and then you can shop or simply relax in a street café. Hamburg's modern public transportation (bus and subway) is cheap and can take you anywhere quickly.
The area around Hamburg is especially delightful. The fruit-growing area of "Altes Land" with its old farmhouses is especially suited for excursions by bus or on bicycle. The historical old towns of Stade and Lüneburg can be reached in half an hour, and a trip to Lübeck or the beach on the Baltic Sea takes only one hour by car.
Hotel vs. Serviced Apartment:
Are you visiting Hamburg for a short trip or an extended stay and are looking for a comfortable vacation rental or temporary accommodation? Then at a serviced apartment, you will have a living room to relax or entertain, space to work and if your mood takes you, you can prepare a meal. Hotels are great but a serviced apartment is so much better. With so much extra space, identity and flexibility at a serviced apartment you will have space to relax and really enjoy your stay. Use an apartment for your next business trip, relocation or family vacation.
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.