- This architecturally flamboyant hotel is also elegant and historical. Its lakeside location is a major part of its charm, but there are also decadent rooms, excellent dining and a fabulous spa with an infinity pool.
- Located on the tranquil banks of Lake Alster in the heart of the city, this luxury hotel is a true modern classic, epitomizing pure lakeside luxury while offering a contemporary and cosmopolitan way of life. Part of the prestigious Leading Hotels of the World Collection.
- The city centre, including the shops along Neuer Wall, the Kunsthalle and the Bucerius Kunstforum museums, are a 10-minute walk away.
- All 130 rooms and suites offer beautiful views across the Rotherbaum district, the park or Lake Alster, and many come with private balconies.
- The jewel of the hotel is the 1,000 sqm Fontenay Spa, featuring a 20 meter indoor/outdoor pool, sun terrace with stunning views above the city, several relaxation areas, a Prestige Vichy Bed, a Finnish sauna and ice fountain.
- Architect Jan Störmer entitled his vision as “Hotel in the Park” when creating his first sketches. As a result, a fascinating, amorphous shape evolved from three intertwining circles.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Hamburg is without doubt one of the most beautiful cities in Germany: Renowned art houses and world heritage sites, glamorous shopping and outstanding restaurants, architectural scene and vibrant scene districts – and almost everything happens on or near the water.
The Elbe beach in Övelgönne is a popular destination for walks, spotting ships, jogging and BBQs. Amongst the old captains’ and ship pilots’ houses, you’ll find the mother of all beach clubs, the legendary “Strandperle Café”. The harbour museum with its many historic shipping vessels is also worth a visit. For interested parties.
The Blankenese Treppenviertel is renowned for its tiny, winding lanes, picturesque houses and endless steps, set right into the Elbe hillside. When you arrive at the top, you’ll enjoy the panoramic view over the river. Having previously been in Danish, Austrian and Prussian hands, the former village boasts a fascinating history.
Those who truly love the water will even make a home on a ship. In this way, the ‘Dockland’ office building is anchored on the shores of the river Elbe. Directly opposite, you’ll find the legendary “Fischereihafen Restaurant”. Admire the work of architects Bothe Richter Teherani over a delicious plaice prepared in traditional “Finkenwerder” style.
Surrounded by waves, the Elbphilharmonie is the ultimate concert hall in the midst of the harbour.
For more than a century, the Laeiszhalle has been at the heart of Hamburg’s classical music scene. Various city orchestras, celebrated private promoters, world-famous stars and a wealth of local choir ensembles have chosen this concert hall to celebrate music. After all, great conductors praise the building’s excellent acoustics.
Hamburg’s architecture is as diverse as its inhabitants, neighbourhoods, districts and centres. Fritz Höger’s icon of expressionism, the ‘Chilehaus,’ built 1922-1924, received Unesco World Heritage status in 2015.
Hamburg’s fish market is legendary. Since 1703, everything and anything has been sold around the more than a century old Fischauktionshalle – the old fish auction house. On Sunday mornings, from 5am, visitors can hear famous Aale-Dieter – Eel-Dieter – and his fellow market criers noisily praise their wares. Early risers and night owls straight from the lively Reeperbahn meet here for their first fish-sandwich and coffee. By 9.30am the spectacle draws to a close
The St. Pauli district is renowned for its red light area – ‘Reeperbahn’ – and the legendary football team with its skull logo. But this district, also knows as ‘Kiez’, has a lot more to offer – from art galleries and business start-ups to quirky cafés and restaurants. You’ll find authentic bars in deep cellars or at dizzying heights, with views across the port and the entire city. This district is also home of the ‘Cuneo’ – Hamburg’s iconic Italian restaurant, established in 1905.
Hamburg is the gateway to the world, especially to Scandinavia. For example, Copenhagen can be reached in around four hours by car or by direct train, or within 45 minutes by plane. Cruise ships like EUROPA 2 and Queen Elizabeth travel at a slightly more leisurely pace.
The many indoor shopping arcades in the centre of town add unique flair to every shopping experience.
The Alster hiking trail takes you straight from the hotel to the chic district of Eppendorf. Here, away from well-trodden tourist paths, you’ll discover one of the most beautiful and exclusive districts of Hamburg. Amongst exquisite boutiques, star-rated restaurants, family-run eateries and cosy cafés you’ll meet Hamburg’s locals and experience the Hanseatic lifestyle. Every Tuesday and Friday you can visit the Isemarkt, Europe’s longest open-air street market. It’s also easy to explore Eppendorf by paddle or rowing boat.
The Schanzenviertel is Hamburg’s most vibrant, alternative creative quarter – day and night. There are plenty of eclectic shops, restaurants and bars that reflect Hamburg’s progressive, liberal character. The Schanze is the epitome of individualism. Dress code? The recommends jeans and T-shirt.
Hamburg is set to become a must-visit destination for architecture and design aficionados with the historic “Speicherstadt”, the 19th-century Warehouse District, which made the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2015, and the much-anticipated opening of the Herzog & de Meuron-designed Elbphilharmonie concert hall. Foto Credit: Maxim Schulz
In its own unique way, five-star Hotel Atlantic Kempinski unites the traditional and the modern, representing exquisite grand-hotel style with European flair. Located directly on Lake Alster the hotel has served as a calm oasis since its opening in 1909. At the same time, the accessibility and central location make it for a city break. Feel the typical Hanseatic Noblesse and exclusivity in all 221 rooms and suites. 13 meeting rooms with a ceiling height of 8 m provide the perfect scenery for unforgettable conferences. The Atlantic Restaurant offers a combination of modern German cuisine with regional and maritime cuisine.
Inspired by circles, the sculptural architecture of the building is mirrored in the interior room concept: the trapezoid layout with its curved walls, impressive panoramic facade and floor-to-ceiling windows creates liberating spaces, flooded with light. Opening up to these expansive views, nature becomes part of the hotel experience.
Fontenay Classic, 28m²/301ft², 1 Queen bed. The room features city or park view, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The luxurious bathroom offers a walk-in rain shower and a separate WC.
Fontenay Deluxe, 43m²/463ft², 1 King or 2 Twin beds. The room features a private furnished balcony, city or park view, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The luxurious bathroom offers a walk-in rain shower and a separate WC. Some rooms have shower and bathtub.
Fontenay Premier, 43m²/463ft², 1 King or 2 Twin beds. The room is located on a high floor and features a private furnished balcony with nice views, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The luxurious bathroom offers a walk-in rain shower and a separate WC. Some rooms have shower and bathtub. bathtub.
Fontenay Deluxe Lake
Fontenay Deluxe Lake View, 43m²/463ft² and 1 King or 2 Twin beds. The room features a private balcony with stunning views, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The luxurious bathroom offers a walk-in rain shower and a separate WC. Some rooms have shower and bathtub.
Executive Suite, 70m²/753ft² and 1 King or 2 Twin beds. The suite features a seperate living room, a private balcony, park view, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The luxurious bathroom offers a walk-in rain shower, a bath tub and a separate WC.
Europa Suite, 70m²/753ft² and 1 King or 2 Twin beds. The suite is furnished in the design of Europa 2 cruise ship and features a living room with dining table for four, a private balcony, park view, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The luxurious bathroom offers a walk-in rain shower, a bath tub and a separate WC.
Premier Suite, 75m²/807ft², 1 King or 2 Twin beds. The suite features a seperate living room with dining table, a private balcony, park view, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The luxurious bathroom offers a walk-in rain shower, a bath tub and a separate WC.
Senator Suite, 85m²/915ft² and 1 King or 2 Twin beds. The suite is located on a high floor overlooking Alster lake. It features a seperate living room with dining table, a private balcony, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The luxurious bathroom offers a walk-in rain shower, a bath tub and a separate WC.
The Panorama Suite, 95m²/1022ft², 1 King bed. The suite is located on a high floor overlooking Alster lake. It features a seperate living room with dining table, a private balcony, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The luxurious bathroom offers a walk-in rain shower, a bath tub and a separate WC.
Park Suite, 120m²/1292ft², 2 bedrooms. The suite features a seperate living room, kitchen, dining table for six guests, two private balconies, park view, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The suite offers two en-suite bathrooms with a walk-in rain shower, a bath tub, two sinks as well as an additional guest WC.
Alster Suite, 180m²/1937m², 2 bedrooms. The suite features a seperate living room with grand piano, kitchen, dining table, private balcony, lake view, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The suite offers two en-suite bathrooms with a walk-in rain shower, a bath tub, two sinks as well as an additional guest WC.
Fontenay Suite, 200m²/2152ft², 2 bedrooms. The suite is located on a high floor overlooking Alster lake and features a seperate living room, office, kitchen, dining table for ten guests, two balconies, floor to ceiling windows and parquet flooring. The suite offers two en-suite bathrooms with a walk-in rain shower, a bath tub, two sinks as well as an additional guest WC.
Parkview is a relaxed restaurant made all the breezier by its parkland location. It has a smart-casual ambiance with high ceilings and large windows as well as a pleasant summer terrace with lake views. It offers all-day dining and a two- or three-course lunch menu during the week. Traditional dishes include königsberger klopse (meatballs in a white sauce) with mashed potato and beetroot, and half a lobster with grilled vegetables. The Lakeside restaurant, on the seventh floor, is a more contemporary space that matches panoramic views across the city with upscale dishes, such as Japanese Wagyu beef, and an impressive range of wines available by the glass. The Atrium Lounge serves afternoon tea, coffee and small snacks. Breakfast, served in Parkview, is a decent spread of cereals, fresh fruits, pastries, breads, cold cuts (cheese, salmon, ham) as well as warm dishes such as eggs and pancakes.
Parkview is a relaxed garden restaurant with a smart-casual atmosphere; it combines captivating architecture with Hamburg’s elegance and cosmopolitan lifestyle. With its high ceilings and large window fronts, a delightful summer terrace and views across the lake, this unique space merges the outside with the inside in the midst of beautiful parkland. Executive Chef Stefan Wilke creates his culinary magic with seasonal specialties for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Restaurant Parkview and for the private dining salon, for up to ten guests.
High above the Alster Lake, flooded with light and with breathtaking panoramic views over Hamburg awaits an outstanding fine dining experience. Cornelius Speinle is one of the top talents of the kitchen scene due to his stops in various international top restaurants but especially because of his success as a self-employed chef in Switzerland – where he quickly earned a Michelin star. His modern style combines international influences with exceptionless product quality, merges perfect craftsmanship easily and creatively to maximum taste intensity.
We invite you to treat the Atrium Lounge like your living room. Here, in this beautiful environment you can rediscover what matters most: effortless lounging and good conversation, accompanied by afternoon tea, coffee or a small snack. Our Afternoon Tea is served daily from 2 to 5.30pm for the price of €59 per person,
the Afternoon Tea Deluxe including champagne for €74 per person.
The 320° panoramic view and the stunning terrace showcase Hamburg at its best. Foresight and reflection at the same time – an homage to connoisseurs of Hamburg and to guests from around the world. Casual, innovative bar culture reflecting its century-old roots in a spectacular setting, at the same time cosmopolitan while keeping current trends in mind. Classics are reinterpreted and original creations introduced, while international flavors and local Hamburg ties are firmly established in experimental and liquid form.
The jewel of the hotel is the huge Fontenay Spa, which has a good-sized infinity pool and sun terrace, several relaxation areas, a Prestige Vichy Bed, a Finnish sauna with stunning views above the city, an aroma-quartzite steam room and ice fountain. Personalised face and body treatments are created with high-end La Mer products and span traditional and modern massage as well as wellness treatments taken from various cultures around the globe. As well as a fitness area, the Alster makes an ideal five-mile jogging route, and the hotel can arrange a personal trainer. Staff are well-trained, well-groomed, and polite and professional at all times.
The urban roofscape with its 20m indoor/outdoor pool and sun terrace is a magical place – nature and the outdoors at their most beautiful: The waterline of the infinity pool seems to merge with the Alster Lake.
Located high above the rooftops of Hamburg – offering unlimited uniquely tranquil panoramic views of Alster Lake – the Fontenay Spa unites all aspects of beauty, health, fitness and well-being on an area of 1.000m². The spa features several relaxation areas, a Prestige Vichy Bed, a Finnish sauna (90°) with stunning views above the city, an aroma-quartzite steam room and ice fountain. In addition, a private spa suite is available, fully equipped with its own sauna, steam room, whirlpool, double day bed and TV lounge. The Fontenay Spa is with an entry fee also open to non-hotel guests or in combination with a cosmetic treatment or massage upon prior notification. For bookings as a day guest,
Fitness & Cycling
Right outside the hotel stretches the stunning 7.5 km jogging route around the Alster lake. If you would rather exercise inside, the latest cardiovascular and weight training equipment is available 24 hours a day. We can also arrange a personal trainer for you, if you wish. Taking inspiration from nature and science, this award-winning line is made using refined materials and top-level craftsmanship in collaboration with world-renowned furniture designer and architect Antonio Citterio.