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It will be always fun to find your home while you are away from home. With the warm and cosy atmosphere and unique interiors of all the rooms and cabins are truly inspiring for the visitors to explore the lives of the seafarers at Hamburg. The main inspiration and theme of the hotel is the harbour and shipbuilding, that’s why all the features and materials interpret the tongue-in-cheek humour along with the sailor’s stories- the dangerous voyage of 25 seafarers from around the world tell their real life stories with blending of violent storms, romantic encounter and painful farewells. Each of the cabin’s logbook, you will find yourself overwhelmed with the anecdotal accessories and objects that are referring to these adventurous stories.
Along with the eye-popping uniqueness in the theme and interiors in its 170 cabins, Heimat restaurants, a rooftop sauna, shops, art gallery and private wharf, the hotel also attractive for its world-class Herzog & de Meuron-designed Elbe Philharmonic Hall housed in a repurposed shipping container.
The 25hours Hotel Hamburg Number One is housed in a 1950s office block. Its interior design features a retro mix from the 60s and 70s. The hotel is a dynamic, surprising addition to the west end of the city, where a large gasworks used to keep the lights on throughout Hamburg Altona. Each of the public rooms flows into the next, generating a communicative atmosphere throughout the hotel.