Review of Privathotel Lindtner in Hamburg-Heimfeld
Whether you’re looking for a place to host your conference, event (especially if cars are involved) or a family getaway during summer that’s not in the middle of the busy city of Hamburg, the privately owned hotel Lindtner is perfect for you.
Surrounded by plenty of trees and the beautiful villas of Hamburg’s suburb of Heimfeld, the Lindtner hotel offers 21 conference and event rooms and 128 rooms and suites, which are all individually decorated. While my room, 229, was a bit vintage, I enjoyed the view onto the many green trees and felt as if I was surrounded by a forest. Their sales manager perfectly described it as feeling as if you’re in a tree house. They receive an extra bonus for having chocolates ready when I came and bringing marzipan 😀
Most of hotel Lindtner’s food is locally sourced and some of it is organic. Overall, they make a great effort to look after our environment, i.e. by sourcing their own honey in their garden. Next to two restaurants, they provide a breakfast buffet with plenty of vegetarian and a few vegan, gluten- and lactose-free options.
As a special treat, they offer old-timer adventures, where you drive around in one of the vintage cars on a pre-mapped route (if you wish) including a packed picnic basket.
The hotel also has a small, well-lit spa offering beauty treatments and massages, a sauna, two cardio machines, and beautiful balconies.
A big thanks to Privathotel Lindtner for supporting me on my visit to Hamburg. As always, all opinions are my own.
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