Hotel St. Annen

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Annenstrasse 5, Hamburg, 20359, Germany
Hotel St. Annen
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Rated 13% higher but also costs 30% more than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples90
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Hamburg - New Years!

by benshamrock

Hi all,

I'm coming to Hamburg from dec 29th to Jan 2nd. Other than the saturday which i'm arriving, will shops be open thereafter? What about bars & restaurants?

It will be shame to come all this way to stay in a hotel room and/or walk around aimlessly because nothing is open during the day.

Also, does anyone know about the ratskeller restaurant ie can you just walk in or is reservations required? - their website does'nt seem to be working

Look forward to hearing from you all

Re: Hamburg - New Years!

by Elena77

Hello,

December 31st is not a public holiday, so most shops should be open. At least the big stores and the shopping centres. Some smaller shops might be closed.
Bars and restaurants will be open regularly that weekend. For more info:

http://www.hamburg-tourism.de/en/themes-tours/lifestyle-scene/

Cheers,
Elena

Re: Hamburg - New Years!

by benshamrock

thanks elena,

much appreciated and reassuring

Re: Hamburg - New Years!

by sabsi

On 30 December everything will be closed coz it's a Sunday.
Normally shops close at around noon on the 31st of December.
1 January everything will be closed again for New Year's Day.
2 January will be normal again.

Sorry, but you will need a plan B as shopping won't be an option. Most museums should be open.

Sabs

Travel Tips for Hamburg

Hamburg by boat

by andrea.d

No trip to Hamburg is complete without a boat trip on the Alster. The simplest option is the "tour of the Alster". One of the white characteristic boats takes youright round the lake. Then you have the classic "Alster cruise" where nine stops are made between the Jungfernstieg and the Winterhuder Fahrhaus and back again. The whole trip lasts around two hours. Then there are "Fleet trips" from the Alster via the Schaartor Lock into the Speicherstadt, duration is approx. 2 hours. There are also "canal trips".
Prices: round trip is 8 euro, Fleete trip 13 euro, canal trip 11 euro. Children pay half-price.
Alster-Touristik: tel 3574240, www.alstertouristik.de

A bunker from WWII with lots of graffiti

by Rupanworld

When I went to Susannenstrasse and Schanzenviertel (Schanzen quarter), I came across this curious building and I was told by my friend that this is actually a bunker from the days of World War II. It is designed with a lot of graffiti and I really liked that. One can also test one's rock climbing skills here as the person in the first photo is doing. The environment was calm and I really liked whatever it was. Nice experience.

'Gay-Kantine' in the 'Kantine'...

by shellseeker

'Gay-Kantine' in the 'Kantine' (=restaurant)of Deutsches Schauspielhaus
Hamburg's latest and rather popular Gay-Party presented by the party-addicted St. Georg Tartlets, which have organized many events over the (like Sweet Sundays, Paola Club, E-Lounge).
And they succeed: Already at the beginning at 11 p.m. people are queuing and the party carries on until early morning. The 'Gay-Kantine'is taking place once a month, every second Saturday of the month. what you want

Irish pub

by chancay about Finnegans

Irish pubs are everywhere, ...I am always surprised how many irish pubs you find, that these pubs are alwas crowded and that the kind of people there is so similar everywhere. This pub is one of these typical ones. some good basic dishes, typical irish beer as usual.

Telecommunication tower

by unexplored

With its impressive 271.5 meters the telecommunication tower of the German Telekom with distance towers above all other buildings in Hamburg. Even without the antenna it measures 204 meters.
In order to be able to enjoy the fantastic view, one takes the elevator 130 meters up to the prospect pulpit, or a floor higher, in the panorama restaurant. Since the restaurant is on a turntable, one can enjoy the view over the city here quite relaxed with coffee and cake, and see everything, without having to crane one's neck.
The TV tower, or "Tele Michel", how it is called, was built for 1965-1968 by Fritz Trautwein and Fritz Leonhardt. It is officially called Heinrich Herz tower and is dedicated to the Jewish physicist Heinrich Rudolf Herz (1857-1894), who discovered the electromagnetic waves for radio transmissions.

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Address: Annenstrasse 5, Hamburg, 20359, Germany