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The hotel is not bad but Not really good value for money no mini bar in the room the room is too small and cant really access the cupboard, yet bathroom was very clean and bed is comfortable but you need to consider having tall people not only dwarfs
The hotel is located a 5 minute walk from the Altona metro. A day ticket for the central area which includes the airport for family of 5 is €12 ! We stayed in the hotel for 3 nights in April 2018. The cost was good by Hamburg standards. It does not have air con and we found it rather hot sometimes ...
The bathrooms are small which is the only downside of the place. The staff very friendly and they speak English which made things much easier.
Not only is the hotel beautiful and in a fantastic location. The sincere friendlyness and helpfulness of the entire staff at the Vier Jahreszeiten puts many other so called 5* Hotels to shame. The breakfast buffet was wonderful, again the staff extremely friendly and efficient. Dinner in the formal ...
I am so happy that I choose this hotel. very kind people, great room spacious and beautifully decorated. Excellent houskepping. I am definitely going back.
Room small, staff average except for you girlg at reception who was very pleasant. TV didnt work correctly and it kept charging us for movies though they did refund us. Expensive to eat in restaurant and few veggy options.
The Congress Center Hamburg, known as the CCH, is downtown Hamburg's pre-eminent conference and convention centre. Located in downtown Hamburg, it is well within walking distance of Hamaburg's hotels and restaurants. It is specifically designed to host both national and international events.
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