Area Attractions

Enjoy a wide range of activities in the Hanseatic city of Hamburg, which offers a multitude of interesting sights and cultural attractions. If you are feeling adventurous, the City of Hamburg is teeming with a colourful variety of fascinating sightseeing and cultural attractions. Located in the heart of the city centre, in the historical "Levantehaus" our Hamburg luxury hotel is just a short, scenic stroll from Alster Lake, the vibrant Mönckebergstrasse shopping district and the exclusive design stores of Neuer Wall.

Other must-see attractions include the Reeperbahn nightlife district, the striking architecture of HafenCity with the impressive Elbphilharmonie concert hall - the new landmark of Hamburg and the historical warehouse district, located on the city’s picturesque waterfront.

Please contact our concierge at hamburg.park@hyatt.com or +49 40 3332 1234 to make a reservation.

Park Hyatt Hamburg

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Hamburg, Germany, 20095

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Luxury Experiences

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THE PARK HYATT EXPERIENCE - OFFER

Luxurious overnight stay in a junior suite, a welcome bottle of champagne, Hyatt breakfast buffet and choice of one of our exclusive adventure tours. For reservations, please contact us via email to anna.tiessen@hyatt.com or by phone at least two weeks in advance. Reservations subject to availability and minimum stay of two nights.

CULINARY TOUR: Local produce and local flavors with Apples' chef

Immerse yourself in the culinary world of our chef Max Hohlfeld and accompany him on his walk through the weekly market. Let yourself be inspired by his passion for regional produce. Come into contact with farmers and producers from the north and find out which criteria are decisive for Max Hohlfeld when selecting his suppliers. Afterwards, you will cook together with Max Hohlfeld at Apples Restaurant and take a seat at the chef’s table as a VIP guest. Duration of the tour: about three hours. You can get an insight into the tour in our video at the link below.

ARCHITECTURE TOUR: UNESCO Heritage Speicherstadt and Faszination Elbphilharmonie

Join us on an exciting tour through the historic Speicherstadt and the modern HafenCity. Hamburg-based expert Tomas Kaiser takes you on a journey to hear interesting anecdotes and stories about the vivid merchant history. The highlight of the tour is the visit to the Elbphilharmonie, whose construction Tomas has observed from the laying of the first cornerstone. He has many interesting insider stories to report. Learn interesting background information about the extraordinary architecture of Hamburg. Duration of the tour: about three hours. You can get an insight into the tour in our video at the link below.

LEGENDARY KIEZTOUR: The Hamburg Reeperbahn with cult drag queens

The drag queens around Olivia Jones are a cult on the Hamburger Kiez ‘Reeperbahn’ and take you into their unique world. Immerse yourself in Hamburg's nightlife on the notorious red-light mile in St. Pauli. With their special charm paired with lots of black humor, they share frivolous stories about life in the neighborhood. The tour ends at the famous Olivia Jones Bar. Celebrate afterwards as a VIP guest over the rooftops of the Hanseatic city at what is currently the hottest club in the city - the GAGA Club. Duration of the tour: 100-minute Kieztour, followed by admission to the GAGA Club.

Explore Hamburg as a Globetrotter

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What to see: Hamburg Sailing Trip

Become a seaman and discover Hamburg on the Alster River onboard a small sailing boat. You will pass green parks and historical landmarks and you can even see the town hall as well as the Elbphilharmonie from a distance. A big adventure on a sailing cutter from the sixties.

What to know: Hafencity and Speicherstadt

Experience the third biggest harbour of Europe with its historical ‘Speicherstadt‘, the modern ‘Hafencity’ and Hamburg’s landmark – the ‘Elbphilharmonie’. ‘Hafencity’ has been the biggest city development project of Europe recently, and it compels viewers with its innovative architecture. A beautiful contrast to that is the historical ‘Speicherstadt’ - the world’s biggest storehouse complex. Since 1991, the ‘Speicherstadt’ has been a protected monument and is part of UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage. Enjoy the special atmosphere by taking part in a harbour boat trip through several bridges and town canals.

Where to eat: For seafood lovers and foodies

Apples Restaurant at Park Hyatt Hamburg: regional cuisine /Fischereihafen Hamburg: Shellfish in the classy atmosphere of Altona Fisch Market, Rive Restaurant: Fish and seafood at Altona Fisch Market with a harbor view

What to bring home: Kitbag from Hamburg

You can pick up a tasteful memory of the Hanseatic city directly from a visit to Speicherstadt. The exclusive kitbags, which combine high quality foods, offer a memory of the sailors far away as well as every other gourmet.

Concert Halls

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Elbphilharmonie

The latest landmark of Hamburg, the ‘Elbphilharmonie’ shows up with its rolling roof and shining facade directly in the west of ‘Hafencity’ and attracts many visitors daily. The special glass front with its bowing, printed elements makes the building resemble a huge crystal that reflects all the colours and lights from the sky, the water and the city. On the platform, you can experience a 360° view over Hamburg (for free) or you can enjoy an outstanding concert in one of the specially dressed concert halls.

Musicals

Hamburg is known as the third biggest musical location worldwide. Four huge theatres invite thousands of spectators each day. In particular, the musical ‘König der Löwen’ has attracted countless audiences for centuries. The recent musicals ‘Tina Turner’ and ‘Cirque du Soleil’ have delighted Hamburg’s tourists and inhabitants.

Laeiszhalle

Classic is tradition in Hamburg. The ‘Laeiszhalle’ invites you to classic concerts of known conductors and composers. Pop, jazz and Worldmusik are also performed in this traditional concert hall of Hamburg.

Museums and Galleries

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Hamburger Art Hall

Hamburger Kunsthalle presents artwork from the 14th century to today. Works of important masters like Betram, Rembrandt, Philipp Otto Runge, Eduard Manet, Max Liebermann, and David Hockney are all present. In addition to the permanent collection, regularly changing exhibitions take place.

Deichtorhallen: International Art and Photography

One of the biggest exhibition halls for contemporary art and photography in Hamburg is the Deichtorhallen. With its open steel-glass architecture, the historical building attracts visitors for exhibitions of both photography and current art.

City Hall

The city hall was built between 1886 and 1897 and is made of sandstone with a typical green copper roof. The senate held meetings here, as well as the citizens. Guided tours are offered daily.

Shopping

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Levantepassage

Park Hyatt Hamburg is located in one of the most beautiful historical buildings in Hamburg – the Levantehaus. Built in 1912 by architect Franz Bach, the Deutsche Levante Line had their residence in the building and as their ships rode “levante” (toward the sun), the rising sun is the trademark of the Levantehaus nowadays. From 1995 to 1997 the building was reconstructed completely and converted into an exclusive shopping passage. In 1998 Park Hyatt Hamburg opened its doors inside the passage which is still owned by the Bach family. The Levante passage invites you to stroll around in 40 exclusive shops and have a rest in first-class restaurants as well as cafés.

Neuer Wall

Within walking distance of Park Hyatt Hamburg, you will find one of the most exclusive shopping streets in Hamburg, the Neue Wall. It extends from Jungfernstieg to Stadthausbrücke and is home to several famous designers and luxury brands. No matter if you are looking for fashion, jewelry, shoes or furniture: the Neue Wall is THE spot for luxury shopping in Hamburg. Our Hanseatic city combines tradition and innovation by offering flagship stores of international brands as well as the traditional brands of Hamburg.

Europa Passage

The ‘Europa Passage’ is a huge shopping haven in Hamburg’s city centre between ‘Jungfernstieg’ and ‘Mönckebergstraße’. You can find over 120 shops from international brands as well as a variety of gastronomy on five floors. From the higher floors, you can enjoy an impressive view over the ‘Alster’.

Moenckebergstrasse

The ‘Mönckebergstraße’ is one of the main shopping streets in Hamburg. It is located in the centre between the main hall and the main station and has a history of over 100 years. The Mönckebergstraße is right next to the ‘Levantehaus’ where Park Hyatt Hamburg is situated, and offers all known brands as well as a large selection of restaurants.

Family Activities

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Miniature Wonderland

One of Hamburg’s smallest but most popular attractions is Miniature Wonderland in the historical warehouse district of Speicherstadt. The world in the form of the biggest model railroads is shown at the visitors’ feet at a scale of 1:87 on approximately 6500 square meters.

Maritime Museum

On nine exhibition decks at Kaispeicher B, tales will be told from discoverers and conquerors, captains and sailors—a journey through 3,000 years.

Zoo and Tropical Aquarium Hagenbeck

Tigers, elephants, penguins from the Antarctic ocean and exotic animals in a tropical aquarium – in Hamburg’s biggest zoo, you can find over 200 different animal species in innovative and memorable compounds. This location also offers a view ‘under water’, where you can admire sharks, tropical fish and living corals.

CHOCOVERSUM

Chocoholics welcome! At CHOCOVERSUM, you discover the secret of the world´s finest chocolates with all your senses. You’ll take a guided tour that leads from the cocoa tree to freshly wrapped chocolates.