Review of Gastwerk Hotel Hamburg
Have you ever stood in awe in the middle of a hotel and you didn’t know whether to look left or right because the design everywhere was just so on point. And because you couldn’t find the elevator, you stumble upon a room filled with art books and your creative heart is just bumping against the walls of your chest because it is oh so excited? Nope? If you stay at the Gastwerk Hotel in Hamburg, I hope this will happen to you!
This uniquely designed spot used to be a gasworks, but was converted into a stylish hotel with six different room categories, a restaurant, bar, spa, and many event rooms, a few minutes from the center of Hamburg (both by car or train).
The Gastwerk hotel gets a plus for providing a super cute box of chocolates and “brain food” upon arrival, but also body scrub in a time when hotels don’t even provide a separate conditioner anymore (they don’t either, but hey, the body scrub was awesome :p ).
Gastwerk Hotel’s breakfast buffet offers plenty of vegan and vegetarian options including fresh fruit, and nuts and seeds. They emphasize high quality and environmentally products and food.
If you catch one of Hamburg’s many rainy days, you can even spend it inside the hotel admiring the design and checking out the many books. Or use their Apple computer station.
My clean, spacious room was a business loft with a comfortable bed and a whole window wall, which provided plenty of light.
The only thing they could work on is their wifi game because at times it was a bit slow!
A big thanks to Gastwerk Hotel Hamburg for supporting me on my visit to Hamburg. As always, all opinions are my own.
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