Hotel Atlantic opened in 1909 at a prominent site on the shore of Hamburg’s outer Alster. Its name reflects its significance for the Hamburg America Line (later Hapag), whose passengers enjoyed the luxurious ambiance of Hotel Atlantic before crossing the Atlantic. The hotel became world-famous because of its many festive events, the movies that were filmed there and the rock musician Udo Lindenberg. Its ballroom is a center of Hamburg’s society. The hotel’s 245 guest rooms were extensively renovated between 2009 and 2012. Old buildings dating back to the 1970s, which were attached to the hotel and in some cases still in use, were torn down and replaced by a modern building with 13,000 square meters of gross floor space.
- Architects: Büro Korb GmbH
- Interior designers: Franco Passarello
- Technical systems: Delta Tech Ingenieurgesellschaft GbR
Credits: Uwe Schüdde, Karin Gutz, Sonia Calvente, Thorsten Pallasky, Ronald Hetzke