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Hamburg

Hamburg is an arresting and contrasting city, with a strong sense of its own identity. As Europe’s second-largest port, it is a thriving commercial centre with plenty on offer for visitors to do and see. Hamburg can be both family-friendly and an ideal adult getaway – but that means it’s important to choose your area carefully. Hamburg has distinct districts which offer very different things, from miniature trains and pleasant harbour tours, to Europe’s most open and vibrant red light district. Fortunately, budget accommodation can be found all over the city.

Aldstadt

Hamburg’s Aldstadt does not look as a old as a lot of other European Old Towns because it was extensively bombed in the second world war and subsequently rebuilt. However, it still offers Hamburg’s main landmark, the striking Town Hall, which stands on the harbour edge and features an impressive marketplace. The Aldstadt also provides access to a large artificial lake, where it’s possible to take boat tours. Hotels are available at mid-range prices, and it is a very convenient, central location.

Neustadt

Just across the harbour is the ‘New Town’. Bordered on one side by the water and on the other by a ribbon of gardens and green spaces, this is a perfect location for families. It’s Hamburg’s premier shopping destination, attracting well-heeled locals who come to browse in the designer stores. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants to keep you fed and watered throughout the day, and a good range of accommodation, including excellent value budget options.

Schanzenviertel

Like many former working class districts, Schanzenviertel is now bohemian chic. It’s a diverse neighbourhood, a mix of wealth and grunge. It’s a great destination for young travellers or those wishing to connect with their inner hippie – independent cafes and restaurants serve up exotic and vegan dishes, while the trendy bars offer late-night entertainment. Markets and independent shops offer a very different shopping experience to Neustadt, but an equally enjoyable one. There’s a wide range of budget accommodation available.

St. Pauli

Looking on a booking site, you could well be lured by the budget prices of St. Pauli hotels – just make sure you know where you’re heading. Hamburg’s red light district is centred around the Reeperbahn – the main thoroughfare through St. Pauli. Not a place for anyone who is easily embarrassed – it is brash, exhibitionist and strictly adult-only. Some streets are forbidden to those under 18. Still, it comes with top musical pedigree in the form of a Beatles legacy, musical theatre venues and cabaret entertainment. In the south of the district is the much less risqué Landungsbrucken harbour – the main embarkation point for boat trips and the site of a Sunday morning fish market. By all means stay in St. Pauli – just be aware of exactly what that means.

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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Hamburg is £100 per night.

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ARCOTEL Onyx Hamburg

Reeperbahn 1a

Excellent 90%
Air Conditioning
Budget From £79 per night

Best Western Plus Hotel Böttcherhof

Woehlerstrasse 2

Excellent 90%
Air Conditioning
Budget From £79 per night

Pyjama Park Hotel & Hostel

Reeperbahn 36 Hamburg

Awesome 87%
Free WiFi
Budget From £19 per night

Boulevard Hostel Hamburg

Hofweg 73 22085

Awesome 86%
Free WiFi
P24 Hour Reception
Budget From £42 per night

Apartment-Hotel Hamburg Mitte

Borstelmannsweg 133

Great 84%
Free WiFi
Budget From £29 per night
gayle.murr We arrived at 1am and not only was reception still open we were able to order pizzas and beers, a great way to start the holiday! The breakfast each morning was great although at 9.50EUROS a little pricey. This is a little too far out of the centre to walk but the bus and underground service is great with stops near by so not an issue. The rooms were clean and perfectly fine for a weekend away.

Hotel Helgoland Hamburg

Kieler Strasse 173 - 177 22525

Great 83%
P24 Hour Reception
Budget From £31 per night

ibis Hamburg Alster Centrum

Holzdamm 4-12 & 16

Great 80%
Budget From £72 per night

ibis Hamburg Airport

Alsterkrugchaussee 445

Great 80%
Budget From £71 per night

Crowne Plaza Hamburg - City Alster

Graumannsweg 10

Great 80%
Air Conditioning
Budget From £75 per night

ibis Hamburg Alsterring

Pappelallee 61

Great 80%
Budget From £64 per night

ibis Hamburg St Pauli Messe

Simon-von-Utrecht Strasse 63

Great 80%
Budget From £77 per night

Best Western Plus Hotel St. Raphael

Adenauerallee 41

Great 80%
Budget From £78 per night

A&O Hamburg Hammer Kirche

Hammer Landstrasse 170

Great 80%
Free WiFi
P24 Hour Reception
Budget From £18 per night

relexa hotel Bellevue

An der Alster 14

Great 80%
Budget From £66 per night

Best Western Hotel Hamburg International

Hammer Landstr. 200-202

Great 80%
Budget From £49 per night

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