OUR CONCIERGE-TEAM RECOMMODATIONS
For your perfect day in Hamburg our Concierge-Team with Luis Hänßgen and Linus Eckmann is looking forward to helping you plan your visit to the Hanseatic city of Hamburg and is excited to share his best tips with you. For enquiries in advance, you can reach our Concierge-Team directly by phone at +49 (0) 40 3494 3123 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org - of course, we are also happy to answer any questions or provide information during your stay.
Explore the beautiful Hanseatic city by bicycle!
With our Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten bicycles, you can start your private bicycle tour from our hotel. From there, you can discover the surroundings as well as the impressive sights of Hamburg. Our concierge team will be happy to advise you on the rental of our exclusive bicycles and plan the perfect route through our Hanseatic city for you.
Our concierges Luis Hänßgen and Linus Eckmann happily advise you on our bicycle service during your stay.
The Inner Alster Lake is located at the city centre at Jungfernstieg, together with the Outer Alster Lake with its green parks and elegant white buildings the Alster Lake is a delight for the eyes. Y ou can take an exquisite stroll along its waterside for 7.4 kilometres, stopping now and then at small cafes like the Alsterperle and letting your gaze wander. You can also rent a rowing boat from Bodo's landing stage and enjoy the Alster Lake from the water.
The Elbphilharmonie is probably Hamburg's best-known international building. The renowned 'Elphi', completed in 2016, is one of the tallest buildings in the city and is praised for its acoustics. Of course, tickets for concerts sell out very quickly. Alternatively, you can also go up to the public plaza on the longest escalator in Europe and enjoy the magnificent panorama.
The Speicherstadt and the neighbouring Kontorhaus district are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest warehouse complex in the world. lt was built from 1883 and is an architectural as well as tourist gern. Spices, coffee, cocoa and tea are still stored here, and the Speicherstadt is also the world's largest transhipment point for Persian carpets. The former closed-off free port area was opened in 2003 and 13 museums have settled here. A place you have to see !
The so-called “Treppenviertel” ( “stairs quarter”) is situated in Blankenese close to the Elbe River. Enjoy the dreamlike view over the river and explore the impressive staircase quarter. During a walk through the former fishing village with its many picturesque old buildings, colourful fishermen's cottages and winding alleys, you will experience the city from a completely different perspective. Mediterranean flair and a breathtaking idyll characterise the unique setting on the waterfront.
Neuer Wall is Hamburg's most exclusive address for a luxurious shopping trip. In addition to renowned fashion labels from all over the world, numerous Hamburg shopping institutions can also be found here. Visit the Alsterhaus, Hamburg's best-known department stores. On five floors you will find luxury articles from all areas.
With a view of Hamburg harbour, every Sunday morning you can find fish sandwiches, freshly brewed coffee and fragrant flowers as well as special antiques from all over the world at Hamburg's best-known market. Experience the unique atmosphere in the early morning.
Hamburg’s Little Notting Hill
Discover a neighbourhood in the heart of Eppendorf that is affectionately called "Hamburg's little Notting Hill". Let yourself be enchanted by the charm of the Eppendorf neighbourhood and stroll along the small boutiques, galleries, cafes and restaurants. To round off this little shopping excursion, Birdland is a real insider's tip among Hamburgers: One of the only jazz clubs of the city and certainly the most popular.
The Isemarkt in Eppendorf is definitely one of Germany’s most beautiful weekly markets. Discover the numerous cultural and culinary market stalls stretching on over 750 meters under the Ise Bridge. Every Tuesday and Freitag you will find all kinds of delicacies, fresh produce and regional delicacies at the famous Isemarkt. Enjoy the distinctive charm of Hamburg's neighbourhood and stroll through the pretty weekly market. We recommend: Fresh oysters and a glass of champagne for an exclusive start to your visit to Hamburg.
Typically Hamburg: At the Landungsbrücken, with a fantastic view of the Elbe River and the ships passing by, you can get the best fish sandwiches at "Brücke 10". Afterwards, we recommend a walk through the Old Elbe Tunnel to the other side of the river - from Finkenwerder you can enjoy a unique view of the Hamburg panorama. A walk is particularly suitable at sunset. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery over the harbour and feel the magic of the Hanseatic city.
Plan your day
Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten – Concierge -Team