Rooms 125 /Architecture GRS Reimer Architekten /Interior Design Sibylle von Heyden, Tom Schlotfeld /The Original Kai Hollmann
The George adds a touch of old-school elegance to the hip and fashionable quarter of St. Georg. Offering 118 smartly dressed guestrooms, five suites and two penthouses, The George is ideal for savvy travelers seeking the utmost in privacy. Conversely, the hotel also offers regally designed common spaces for discreet deal making, after-dinner reflection, and civilized conversation. The George is also a pioneer in the up-and-coming neighborhood on whose border it is situated: buoyant and bustling, St. Georg is one of Hamburg’s most multifaceted, multicultural districts, where trendy boutiques and street cafés mix with remnants of the area’s slightly seedy past. The hotel is a shining example of elegant chic melding with the fashionable and funky; a brilliant symbiosis of liveliness and relaxation.
HAM - Hamburg Airport
Food & Drink
Spa & Recreation
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5 meeting rooms
Breakfast, Covered Parking, Room Service
Rooms & Suites
Offering 125 impeccably dressed guestrooms, five suites, and two penthouses, The George is an ideal space for those seeking the utmost in privacy in Hamburg’s multifaceted St. Georg district. Exuding a British elegance and charm, the rooms come washed in the warm colors of cocoa and chocolate. Details such as the Chesterfield armchairs, Osborne & Little wallpapers, dark wood casework, houndstooth-patterned bed throws, and white Eames rocking chairs with Union Jack cushions add to the “classic with a twist” theme. Toiletries from the White Company are found in the chic monochrome bathrooms. With views of an English garden or the Alster tributary, you can enjoy sunrise from your bed or terrace along with a freshly brewed coffee from the Jura machines in the rooms.
With Fortune Hotels, Kai Hollmann heads five internationally renowned boutique hotels in Hamburg, including Design HotelsTM members Gastwerk Hotel and The George Hotel. Hollmann trained as a chef and hotel manager, and his career accelerated at 24 when his position at Hotel Hafen Hamburg made him the youngest hotel director in Germany. In 2008, Hollmann was voted Hamburg Entrepreneur of the Year.