Adina Apartment Hotel Hamburg Michel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Neuer Steinweg 26, Hamburg, 20459, Germany
Adina Apartment Hotel Hamburg Michel
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  • Couples97
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  • Business97

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Need advice on buying a flat in Hamburg

by Diable951

Hi All,

I enjoy Hamburg very much and currently am just toying with the idea of purchasing an apartment there in the future- a 2 bedroom, preferably with a one car garage- if I can afford it, that is. I don't need one right in the city center, but I don't want it to be in a suburb 40 minutes away either, if you know what I mean. What would 110,000 euros get me, for example?

I live in The Third World (The UK) and there isn't too much information on property values in Hamburg :)

Thanks

RE: Need advice on buying a flat in Hamburg

by Kushelkitten

Well if you want 2 bedrooms and look at ads you want a 3 room flat. Aparments are "sized" differently in Germany than other places. The living room is considered a room, and each bedroom is a room. You would be better off saying how many square meters you are looking for as that is how the apartments are priced. You can probably find something not too bad in your price range in the size you want in Barmbek if you want to be in Hamburg proper (ie North of the River).
Feel free to email me and Id be glad to give you more information.

Travel Tips for Hamburg

Osborne Sports Bar

by St_Vincent

This is an interesting little sports bar on Friedrichstrasse just off the Reeperbahn close to the red light area. It’s a bit dark and dingy but has plenty of character, the main character being the ZZ Top lookalike owner (Hermann Osborne) who remarkably was running a packed bar on his own including delivering drinks to tables. There is a table football game that seemed very popular and the ceiling of the bar was festooned with football scarves from visiting teams. Good place for a no nonsense beer and to meet some interesting sport-minded locals.

Most famous for nightlife is...

by sotschi

Most famous for nightlife is the Reeperbahn (St. Pauli), it is the red light district of Hamburg. But don't panic, it is not dangerous, because there are many people at night. You will find there theaters, musicals, pubs and discotheques.

Worth seeking out.

by planxty about Leonardo da Vinci restaurant

The restaurant is situated a little away from the centre, although it is convenient for the Exhibiton Halls. It is downstairs in a residential block, and is spotlessly clean.

The German lady (obviously the lady of the house0 was extremely friendly. I suspect from the odd piece of Italian football memorabilia, her partner was probably Italian, and the cooking would seem to bear this out.

Apparently, there is a daily special served between 1200 - 1600 hours for 5:50 euros.

The food was excellent and reasonably priced, service good, nice ambience, a decent bottle of wine - what more could you ask for really. The pizza Inferno was, as described, nice and hot, and the base was thin, crispy and cooked to perfection. My girlfriend thoroughly enjoyed the spaghetti bolognese.

Beating heart

by wrongbus

The body of water which gets the Hamburgers most misty-eyed and nostalgic is the Alster lake. Created when the river was dammed some seven hundred years ago, it finds itself divided into an outer lake and an inner inner lake by the Kennedy bridge and the Lambardsbrücke. Most Hamburgers seem to have swum, sailed or canoed the Alster since they were knee-high to a BMW and consider it their personal playground. "If the Elbe is the city's soul," someone told me. " The Alster belongs to its heart." Admittedly, he had drunk a few pils by then.
You can rent a dinghy, hire a canoe to explore the outer lake or, as I did, take one of the old white steamers which slalom across the water every hour. Sprawled in one of the deck chair on the bleached jetty of Bodo’s Bootssteg bar, sipping an Alsterwasser (shandy), I could see the great attraction of the Alster; the yachts dancing between the ferries, the shadows of the trees on the water, the grand houses on the banks

Fischmarkt

by Sjalen

Thank you VT! Knowing full well that Germany is a very closed country on Sundays, I threw out a question on what to do with ourselves during a Sunday morning. Instantly came the reply; Fischmarkt. So when we arrived early morning from Brussels, we took a taxi to the market and ended up in the middle of a carnival affair in the market hall itself. At eight in the morning, people consumed huge amounts of beer German style in the lovely old hall, accompanied by deafening oompah music. We quickly left and went to look at the rest of the market as not even the Yorkshireman was up for beer that early and the seven-year-old prefered the harbour life outside. The market was great fun and almost everything was on sale there even if it's not the biggest market I've seen. Most locals come for the huge baskets of good fruit it seems, but there are clothes, plants, toys and other things too as well as snack bars for "breakfast". I fell in love with "quarkbällchen", huge yummy light dough balls made of quark (German sour cream) dipped in various coatings - I picked cinnamon and I can come back to Hamburg on a Sunday morning just for that!

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