Ratings based on 15 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from UK
Good economy accomadationPosted Jun 24, 2013
From the outside the hotel looks dowdy. However, very comfortable but basic inside. Breakfast was excellant but cost 10euros. The utensils in the kitchenette were chargable which was a rip off. Although the location was 20 min bus ride from the centre of Hamburg, the bus stop was outside hotel. Compared to cost of hotels in the city, it was value for money.
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for Everyoneby Lucia from Loughborough
Perfect for a long weekendPosted Dec 18, 2012
Pros: Big room
Location: Not much nearby but good links into town
Great value hotel. Room was spacious and clean. Beds very comfortable. Location a bit out of town but metro only a ten minute walk away or even better 112 bus stop is directly outside the hotel runs into town every twenty minutes or so. Breakfast was lovely and worth the 10.9 euros.
for Otherby A verified traveler
Nice rooms but very isolatedPosted Oct 30, 2012
The hotel is a decent modern building, rooms are comfortable and well furnished, service is pleasant BUT the claim that the Hotel is in Hamburg Mitte is very misleading as it is located on an Industrial Estate about 3 km from the City Centre, and linked to only by a bus route. There are no facilities nearby. Furthermore the Apart-Hotel element is only partially delivered. yes there is a fridge, sink and microwave but it ends there and there is no cutlery, crockery or anything to cook with. If you know what you are getting then the hotel will suit some but for others it could be a poor choice and I think the operators should be more honest as to how they market the place.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great, but not for the normal touristPosted Oct 20, 2012
Pros: The efficiency
Cons: the isolation
We stayed at this place because most Hamburg hotels were booked out due to events, with prices 2-3 times normal. Even this apt/hotel was expensive for what it offered, but at least it was very clean and well-run. Most of the other guests seemed to be travelling salespeople or similar, rather than tourists or corporate business people. Not that we cared. We didn't need the kitchen area included in the room, but it would be useful for a longer stay in Hamburg. It took a lot of research to work out how to get there by train or bus, but once we worked that out, the actual journey was neither long nor difficult. It might not appeal to tourists wanting the atmosphere in Hamburg, particularly at night, as most of the surrounding area consists of factories and warehouses. The actual hotel was very efficient, clean, friendly and helpful.
for Everyoneby Julie from ACT, Australia
Very comfortable and affordable stayPosted May 27, 2012
Pros: Affordability, comfort, kitchenette, service
Cons: Lack of places to eat or buy food close to the hotel
Location: I found it very easy to catch the bus to the centre of Hamburg each day, which ran very regularly until at least 8 pm.
I enjoyed a very comfortable stay at this hotel. I was a little worried about staying outside of the main town centre, but it only cost Euro1.85 to get in to town, and the bus ran very regularly until at least 8 pm. My room was on the 7th floor. I had a comfortable bed, with a great view of the city of Hamburg from my windows/veranda. The staff were always pleasant and helpful. The breakfast was worth the extra Euro10.50. It was great having a mini kitchen in my room, and the hotel staff were happy to provide the equipment I needed for my stay. I spent most of the day in the city, where there was much to do, and ate dinner while I was out, making the hotel location not a problem for people who need to use public transport. This hotel proved to be a very affordable option for staying in Hamburg. I especially enjoyed the free 'English' speaking walking tour that leaves everyday at 11 am outside of the Rathaus - they even suggested we catch Ferry 62 which gave us a wonderful tour of the Hamburg harbour - and is free if you purchase the Hamburg card - others charge Euro15 for much the same thing.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Apartment-hotel Hamburg MittePosted Apr 3, 2012 on Hotels.com
Helpful reception staff.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Philadelphia,PA
clean rooms, inexpensive, but outside city centerPosted Nov 29, 2011
The hotel is located in an industrial neighborhood just outside the main city center, but close to transportation. The hotel was very clean and the rooms were relatively large for Europe. Each room has a small kitchenette, but the closest grocery store is about four blocks away.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from NYC
Apartment Hotel Hamburg Mitte-bus stop acrossPosted Sep 5, 2011 on Hotels.com
Don't take the metro-the stop is far from the hotel, and the direction confusing. Neighbourhood's industrial and deserted, and hard to ask for direction. But the bus stop is right across from the hotel, and takes 10-15 minutes to train station.Once you get the hang of taking the bus and tram(get a day card), the hotel's great. Staff very friendly, even though they made 2 mistakes initially-1)thought only 1 guest's checking in, 2)gave us a room without a kitchenette. As soon as the mistakes' pointed out, they were corrected promptly. Kitchenette came with pots, pans, dishes, silverware and dish cloth...The room was more like a small apartmnet. Very spacious.