SIDE Hotel Hamburg

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The SIDE hotel in Hamburg has become a symbol for the city. Architect Jan Störmer's 12-story tower, with its breathtaking facade combining glass and natural stone, offers guests unrivalled views of the Hanseatic city from its top eight floors.

Hotel SIDE's futuristic architecture is complimented with interiors by Matteo Thun, where minimalism and reduction form the main themes, and colours add energy and life. The SIDE's 178 guestrooms convey a sense of well-being, openess and warmth, while the atrium-style lobby lives with illuminated installations created by New York-based light choreographer, Robert Wilson, offering an exceptional aesthetic experience. SIDE Hamburg also creates intimate space for its guests, with lounges tucked away for private conversation.

Continue to "fusion" restaurant, tempting with a bite of Eurasian cuisine while a live DJ spins the mood. Then, if the mood strikes you, ride the lift to the 8th floor terrace for a 360° view of the skyline, as night turns into day.


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SIDE Hotel Hamburg
Drehbahn 49
Hamburg 20354

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00 800 37 46 83 57

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