In the heart of Hamburg at the Aussenalster Lake, Le Méridien Hamburg is set amidst verdant greenery and calm waters. Strolling around or sailing across the stunning Aussenalster lake yields marvellous encounters with the architecture of the historic banks, luxurious department stores, and foreign embassies that line the waterfront. The city’s historical quarters are within easy reach, as are theatres, concert halls, and the opera house.
Art plays a key role not only in Hamburg but also at our hotel. Guests can enjoy a complimentary trip to the modern Hamburg Deichtorhallen with our Unlock Art™ programme. The 450-square-metre Emotion Spa comprises massage rooms, a sauna, a steam room, and a heated swimming pool, while a well-equipped fitness centre is open 24 hours a day.
Le Ciel Restaurant et Bar offers stunning views of the lake and Hamburg’s skyline, as well as innovative interpretations of Hanseatic cuisine at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Opus Lounge in the lobby invites guests and local residents to enjoy a selection of light snacks and tempting spirits.
Spanning a total of 721 square metres, our 16 state-of-the-art function rooms can accommodate up to 330 people each. Discover our Meetings with a View and enhance your conference, meeting, or event with breathtaking views of the lake.
Le Méridien Hamburg’s 275 guest rooms exude contemporary luxury and refined elegance, full of contrasts and innovations. A plasma flat screen television and High Speed Internet Access ensure relaxation and productivity. Meanwhile, the plush LM BED and a creatively-designed bathroom—complete with a freestanding shower and a separate Victorian-style bathtub—are welcome respites from the bustling city.
At Le Méridien, our mission is to help the curious, creative-minded traveller discover the best each unique destination has to offer. Art, music, and a host of curated culinary offerings promise to delight the senses and provide a new perspective. More >
- Possible VAT Change
- Le Ciel Restaurant et Bar Closure: Sep. 28 - Nov. 27, 2015