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Luxury Hotels Hotel Atlantic Kempinski

This majestic Alster landmark treats guests to elegant interiors, world-class cuisine and a bit of stardom.

Hotel Atlantic Kempinski

Originally meant to house first-class passengers of the Hamburg America Line, Hotel Atlantic Kempinski still graces the banks of the Alster Lake today, its gleaming white facades and patina roof a beacon of timeless elegance and hospitality. Ever since its opening in 1909, the Atlantic has welcomed cosmopolitan guests from the world over.

The hotel boasts 221 luxurious rooms and suites with classic interiors, either with a view of the Alster Lake or the courtyard. Guests can enjoy fine dining in the Atlantic Restaurant or Atlantic Grill & Health, as well as sip cocktails at the elegant Atlantic Bar. 13 beautifully decorated ballrooms and conference halls provide ideal surroundings for special occasions and business meetings. Finally, after a day of exploring Hamburg, guests can head to the indoor pool, spa or fitness studio for some well-deserved relaxation.

Feel like you’ve seen it all before? You could be right. Hotel Atlantic is a bit of a movie star. Its facade was part of the set for the 1997 James Bond movie Tomorrow Never Dies. In one famous scene, Pierce Brosnan climbs the large iconic globe perched on the hotel’s roof. In addition, a key scene of A Most Wanted Man (2014) featuring Rachel McAdams and Willem Dafoe plays out inside the Atlantic Bar.

For more information and booking, please visit Hamburg Travel.

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