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Nestled along the western shore of Inner Alster Lake in the city center, Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten sits amid the best that Hamburg, Germany, has to offer. Many of Hamburg’s must-see sights, like the Rathaus (Townhall) and St. Nikolai Memorial, are just a 10- to 15-minute walk away. While others, such as the Elbphilharmonie and BallinStadt Emigrant Museum, require only a short drive or ride using public transportation. Alternatively, guests can take advantage of a BMW bike rental, which comes complimentary with every stay.

Nearest Airport

Hamburg Airport (HAM) | Flughafenstrasse 1-3, 22335 Hamburg, Germany | Roughly 11.5 km/7.2 miles and around a 25-minute drive, depending on traffic

Hotel Address

Neuer Jungfernstieg 9-14, Hamburg

Germany 20354

Historic Hotels Worldwide Recommended Points of Interest

  • Auswanderermuseum BallinStadt (Hamburg Emigration Museum)

    Auswanderermuseum BallinStadt (Hamburg Emigration Museum)

    Trace the trails and trials of some five million European emigrants as they journeyed to the New World at this fascinating museum set in Hamburg’s former emigration halls.

  • Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

    Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

    Enjoy a performance or take a guided tour of the Elbphilharmonie, a glittering concert hall on the Elbe River and a towering architectural marvel.

  • Hamburg Rathaus (City Hall)

    Hamburg Rathaus (City Hall)

    Wander through a few of the 647 rooms of Hamburg’s opulent, Baroque-style city hall, one of the finest in all of Europe, during a guided tour.

  • Hamburger Kunsthalle

    Hamburger Kunsthalle

    Admire everything from medieval altarpieces to contemporary photography at the Hamburger Kunsthalle, one of Germany’s largest art museums. 

  • Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg

    Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg

    Dive deep into seafaring history at the International Maritime Museum, a collection of more than one million photos and 40,000 model ships, art, uniforms, and more in Hamburg’s oldest preserved warehouse.

  • Mahnmal St. Nikolai (St. Nikolai Memorial)

    Mahnmal St. Nikolai (St. Nikolai Memorial)

    Take in sweeping Hamburg views and a piece of World War II history at the St. Nikolai Memorial, a former church-turned-museum that was the tallest building in the world from 1874 to 1876.

  • Miniatur Wunderland

    Miniatur Wunderland

    Explore destinations like Italy, Scandinavia, the United States, Brazil, and Patagonia without ever leaving Hamburg at Miniatur Wunderland, Germany’s most popular attraction and home to the world’s largest model railway system.

  • Speicherstadt (Warehouse City)

    Speicherstadt (Warehouse City)

    Float along the canals of the Speicherstadt, a UNESCO-designated, red-brick maze of Gothic Revival buildings that stands as the world’s largest contiguous warehouse district.

  • St. Pauli Fischmarkt (Fish Market)

    St. Pauli Fischmarkt (Fish Market)

    Experience a slice of Hamburger life at the St. Pauli Fischmarkt, a traditional Sunday market that has been in operation since 1703.