Ahoi on Germanys most sinful mile!
The Pyjama-Park is in the process of a complete redesign. The legendary PJs Hotel turns into the young Pyjama-Park Hotel & Hostel.
The 52 unique decorated rooms are as individual as we are here in St. Pauli. Each of them is telling its own story of our Hamburg.
Do not worry, all noisy construction work has already been done. The public spaces, our roof terrace, bar and most of the rooms shine in a new look.
We offer 25 rooms with shared facilities which we define as Hostel and 27 rooms with bath/ toilet facilities in the room that we call our Hotel rooms. These are strictly private rooms. We do not have Dormitories or similar kinds of rooms. The largest rooms are for 4 people and a maximum of 4 rooms (7 persons) will share a large bathroom
All our Hotel & Hostel rooms have satellite TV and free Wi-Fi.
Here you find the best berths of our port, directly from the Reeperbahn.
If you are coming to have a party, there is no better place to stay! The Hotel lies directly in the heart of our party district, while your nights sleep will be assured with a room to the back of the house
In addition to the 52 rooms, we also offer a comfortable communal area with a huge sofa. The large terrace to the tear entices one for breakfast, relaxation chill, or warm up before you go out to party, or to our one of a kind Pyjama-Party Bar.
A 29 meter Bar, the longest one of the entire Reeperbahn, will literally burn every night at 0.30 to the famous Hans Albers song Auf der Reeperbahn nachts um halb eins and everybody is singing and swinging until the ship bell is ringingwhat an experience!
On Fridays and Saturdays our DJs will please you with legshaking dancemusic from 8 pm onwards. This could be rock, pop from the 70s, 80s, 90s or 2000s. Music for a good mood that makes you wanna dance your feet off! Fans of Techno music will happily avoid this place.
Soccer Fans are well looked after! With our big screen and a flat TV we are able to show the main game of the day as well as other interesting sport events. We enable St. Pauli and Rostock Fans to celebrate together-arm in arm! You are not convicted? Come in and find out!
The Schlagermove, Harley Days, and many other events are taking place right in front of our bar. Be assured that we will participate in these events, although very often we have the better party.
On 365 days of the year from 10 am 4 am Hanne and her team will invite you to the Pyjama Bar to the ultimate guided checking party
All rooms are in the process of being refurnished. We not only want to offer you a beautiful place to stay, each room will be styled by a patron telling its individual story. You might have the feeling your room will be at the funfair, the Davidwache, or on a Alsterdampfer. Just let us surprise you. Its important to note that almost all rooms are fundamentally restored. All bathrooms are up to date, all bed linen and towels are new and cuddly.
We offer a small but nice breakfast buffet with several meats and cheeses, fresh bread, breakfast cereals, milk, juice, jam, chocolate, honey, butter and eggs. In addition you can drink as much delicious cappuccino, espresso, latte or coffee as you like and enjoy the latest newspaper with it. For only 8,90 per person.
We also have a matching berth for your car. Please ask for limited underground parking spots with a video surveillance which are located on the opposite of the street below the legendary Esso Station. These spaces can be booked for only 9,00 per night.
Cancellation Policy: 1 day before the arrival
Check In: 2.00 pm
Check Out: 12.00 noon
Method of Payment upon the arrival: Cash, Credit Cards, Debit Cards
Breakfast is not included.
Taxes are included.
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