Park Hyatt Hamburg

Address: Bugenhagenstrasse 8 , Hamburg, 20095, Germany | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Hamburg-Mitte area of Hamburg, is near Town Hall (Rathaus), Hamburger Kunsthalle, Grand Strand, and Groninger Braukeller.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Hyatt Hamburg

    Reviewed by alreadypacked

    Great Service

    Reviewed Jul 15, 2012
    by (14 reviews) Albuquerque , United States Flag of United States

    Wonderful personalized service throughout our stay. In particular, several staff members helped us find our luggage that did not arrive on the plane with us. It would have been quite hard for us to manage the phone calls to trace the luggage without the local help.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Historical Traveler Reviews Park Hyatt Hamburg

    The most exquisite hotel


    This is in my top 3 hotels anywhere. The bedrooms are amazingly luxurious (robes, large marble bathrooms, great cupboards), the bar is beyond stylish and filled with beautiful people, the food and facilities are great. I went on business and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it for business or pleasure.



    This is by far the best hotel in Hamburg for luxury, comfort and courtesy. I have stayed in many of the hotels (IV Jahreszeiten, Kempinski Atlantic, Radisson SAS and Le Meridien Royal) and this is by far the best in Hamburg.

    The rooms are clean, modern, minimalist and sheer luxury. Fantastic large shower room, large TV, comfortable beds. Wonderful. The bar has a great atmosphere and the food is good, though expensive.

    Centrally located for shopping, nightlife and the business district.

    Go for it!

    A pleasant experience


    We stayed at the Park Hyatt Hamburg in June 2004. Being someone who is particular about cleanliness and service standards, I found myself truly pleased indeed. The room was clean, cosy and spacious! Quality bathrobes, bedroom slippers, duvet, soft pillows, elegant and modern furnishings, a spacious and clean bathroom, toilettries...we really have nothing to complain about. We were also pampered with a selection of fine teas to choose from in our room. The staff were friendly, courteous and helpful.

    The hotel is also conveniently located and within walking distance to the Hamburg Hauptbanhoff -- although it took us a while to find our hotel as we were new to the area. Nonetheless, the people on the streets were helpful with directions. Nearby are lots of cafes, shops/boutiques, bakeries.

    This hotel is an excellent choice of stay and we appreciate the privacy and comfort it offers.



    Most hotels on check out ask " I hope everything was OK". Here they have the confidence to ask " I hope everything was perfect". It was.

    Great location in a city with lots of hidden surprises.

    Exceptional Service


    The Park Hyatt Hamburg is a top-drawer business hotel in the heart of downtown Hamburg. The hotel provides attentive service. The staff is multilingual.

    The hotel is decorated with copius quantities of rich wood. The Park Lounge is a comfortable place to relax for a drink or a light snack. The Regency Club floor (7th) provides an even higher level of service with private check-in/check-out privileges, lounge, breakfast and evening cocktail hour from 6-8pm (Wine,Beer, Light snacks). Afternoon tee served as well with tasty cakes and the like.

    The concierge staff is quite adept at securing otherwise difficult to attain concert tickets and providing useful advise to the traveler. Parking is available for a fee. The hotel also has a better than average health club in the basement, Club Olympus, available to all hotel guests. The Park Hyatt is on monkenbergstrasse between the Hauptbahnhoff and the Ratthaus, the primary shopping district in Hamburg.

    Elegant hotel


    The Park Hyatt is beautiful hotel in a great Hamburg location. It's close to shopping and most major sights. The service was excellent, the workout room and spa outstanding and the restaurant also very good.

    The personal service makes it my number one!


    Just came back from a perfect 3-night-stay in May 2004 at this beautiful, quiet and well-managed hotel. The central location, the staff and their outstanding service (and always friendly faces) make the Park Hyatt Hamburg a special place. A special "thumbs up" to the very helpful front desk, the excellent housekeeping and the creative kitchen staff with their phenomenal breakfast buffet. I would recommend this fine place even to the most critical guests! M. Morawietz

    Great Hotel


    A great modern hotel. Perfect location. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.

    Another good Park Hyatt


    Stylish hotel in an excellent location. Attentive service from pleasant staff. Only minor gripe was that food took what seemed forever in the restaurant. Excellent when it arrived from the open kitchen, though.

    Will certainly stay on my next visit.

    Park Hyatt Hamburg


    The place to stay in Hamburg if you hate driving or going by cab! Location is perfect to all downtown attractions, restaurants, the Alster. Modern, airy rooms with great service all around. The bathrooms were roomy and well lit. Try the Muesli at the unbelievable breakfast buffet, they do it better than in Switzerland. Ask for rooms facing the perfectly quiet courtyard. Very helpful concierge staff. Would always come back to this nice place.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Park Hyatt Hamburg

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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