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Welcome to Fraser Suites Hamburg
Opening in December 2018

With its magnificent architecture, elegant boulevards, the Inner Alster Lake and the canals behind the town hall, Hamburg’s city centre is a fascinating destination. Also called the Hanseatic City, this major port city is in northern Germany and connected to the North Sea by the Elbe River.

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Fraser Suites Hamburg is an apartment-style hotel situated in one of the more prestigious areas of the city, where the sophistication of Neuer Wall, energy of HafenCity (Harbour City) and the history of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Speicherstadt combine. Guests soon discover that history, culture, business and the arts are just a few steps away from their luxury suites.

Fraser Suites Hamburg occupies historic Oberfinanzdirektion, the former office of Hamburg’s Tax Authority. A listed building dating back to 1907, its prime location is situated in the heart of the Hanseatic city.

All 154 rooms and suites have been designed to offer a serene, yet sophisticated, experience. As one of the most famous buildings in Hamburg, the exterior and many parts of the interior are heritage-protected.

Rödingsmarkt has long been the vibrant ‘living room' of Hamburg, a place to convene, converse and celebrate. Some of Hamburg’s most famous tourist attractions, such as the Speicherstadt Warehouse District, Miniature Wonderland, Elbphilharmonie, and Lake Alster are just a short stroll away. Paying tribute to the Hanseatic City, Fraser Suites Hamburg is a luxury ‘aparthotel’ that is tailor-made for the many national and international visitors who come to discover - and rediscover - Hamburg.

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Speicherstadt

In 2015, the Hamburg’s Speicherstadt, the old warehouse district, and the neighbouring Konterhausviertel, the historic port offices, were recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. Today, the more than 125-years-old warehouse complex has a wide range of uses. The Speicherstadt can be found adjacent to the new HafenCity – Harbour City. 

Harbour

Hamburg’s harbour is the second largest container port in Europe and the most important water gateway in Germany. Each year, over 100 million tons of goods are handled here. 

HafenCity

Located between historic sailing boats and heritage warehousing, the new HafenCity, or Harbour City, offers a mix of highly modern apartments, offices, shops and restaurants. The district is as diverse as its remarkable architecture. 

St. Pauli Fischmarkt Markets

Fish, fruit, flowers, clothing and souvenirs - you can find almost anything at the St. Pauli Fischmarkt, an institution since 1703. Every Sunday morning, from 7.00 to 9.30 a.m., early birds and night owls unite along the shores of the Elbe to barter over fresh produce, perk themselves up with a coffee, or simply savour the lively atmosphere.

Hamburg Town Hall Rathaus

Hamburg City Hall is the seat of local government for the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, one of the nation’s 16 state parliaments.

Treppenviertel

The Blankenese Treppenviertel is renowned for its tiny, winding lanes, picturesque houses and endless steps, set right into the Elbe hillside. Having previously been in Danish, Austrian and Prussian hands, the village has a great deal of fascinating history to explore. 

Treppenviertel

The Blankenese Treppenviertel is renowned for its tiny, winding lanes, picturesque houses and endless steps, set right into the Elbe hillside. Having previously been in Danish, Austrian and Prussian hands, the village has a great deal of fascinating history to explore. 

Elbphilharmonie

Surrounded by waves, the Elbphilharmonie is a celebrated concert hall, nestling in the midst of the harbour. One of the largest and most acoustically advanced of its kind in the world, it is popularly nicknamed ‘Elphi.’

Miniature Wonderland

Miniatur Wunderland is a model railway attraction in Hamburg, Germany, regraded as the largest of its kind in the world.

Kunstmeile Hamburg

Close to the main railway station, in the centre of the city, Hamburg's Kunstmeile - an association of five renowned art institutions - stretches out between the Town Hall, Glockengiesserwall, Klosterwall and Steintorplatz.

Musicals

Hamburg is the third largest ‘musical metropolis’, after London and New York. There are a number of international shows playing, such as the Lion King and Aladdin, as well as smaller local productions, including “Heisse Ecke” or “König vom Kiez”.

Alster Lake

In mediaeval times, a dam turned the Alster river into a water reservoir to power the mills operating on its banks. This shaped the face of central Hamburg, as it is now made up of two lakes called the Außenalster (Outer Alster) and the Binnenalster (Inner Alster). From its spring outside Hamburg, the Alster flows into the Elbe river just south of the city centre.

Övelgönne

The Elbe beach in Övelgönne is a popular destination for walks, spotting ships, jogging and BBQs. Amongst the old captain’s and ship pilot’s houses, you will find the legendary beach club “Strandperle Café”. The harbour museum, home to many great ships, is also worth a visit. 

Blankenese

The former fishing and pilot village, situated to the west of Hamburg, is located right on the Elbe. For the wealthy citizens of Hamburg, it is a popular destination and also residential area. One of Germany's most beautiful hiking trails runs along the banks of the Elbe to Blankenese.

Hamburg Stadtpark

The recreation area, located in the Winterhude district, is Hamburg's green oasis and has remained a public park, as its founders desired. In summer, the Stadtparksee is an open-air swimming pool - there are also paddle and rowing boats available in a separate area. 

Hagenbeck Tierpark (Zoo)

The Tierpark Hagenbeck is a zoo in Stellingen, a quarter in Hamburg, Germany. Now home to over 100 years of history, the collection began in 1863 with animals that belonged to Carl Hagenbeck Sr., a fishmonger who became an amateur animal collector.

Oberhafen Kantine

A unique restaurant establishment, inclined at 8.7 degrees. The menu is seasonal and features regional specialities. 

Hummer Pedersen

A popular seafood market that offers an informal seafood dining experience in the heart of Hamburg. 

Stocks Fischrestaurant

A popular upscale seafood & sushi restaurant, located on the outskirts of the city. 

Thämers

Cozy and informal meet-up place with a good choice of drinks and soul food. 

Die Bank Brasserie & Bar

Sophisticated brasserie and bar in the heart of Hamburg’s shopping and business district. 

Erste Liebe Bar

For art and coffee lover, this is a casual place to meet for a quick bite in the heart of Rödingsmarkt. 

Au Quai

A cosmopolitan venue with Mediterranean cuisine and flair, located right on the Elbe. 

Europa Passage

Europa Passage is a large shopping mall in the Altstadt quarter of Hamburg.

Galleria

A multi-brand department store for men, women and children, which also features homeware and cosmetics. 

Luxury Shopping

The flagship stores of major luxury brands and Germany’s largest Apple store are located around “Jungfernstieg” and “Neuer Wall”.

Mönckebergstrasse

Hamburg’s oldest shopping street is Mönckebergstrasse, which runs from the main train station to Rathausmarkt. Residents of Hamburg fondly call it “Mö”. 

Christiansen’s

Award-winning mixologist Uwe Christiansen creates some of the city’s finest cocktails. 

Ciu Die Bar

Stylish and award-winning venue with a sunny terrace, situated on the Inner Alster. 

Cotton Club

Hamburg’s finest jazz cellar has been the venue for live jazz, performed daily, for some 40 years. 

Nachtasyl

Located within Thalia Theater, this venue is noted for its excellent music and varied programmes.

Fraser Suites Hamburg
Rödingsmarkt 2
20459 Hamburg
Germany

Email: reservations.hamburg@frasershospitality.com
Fraser Suites Hamburg
Rödingsmarkt 2
20459 Hamburg
Germany

Email: reservations.hamburg@frasershospitality.com