Boutique hotel brand 25 Hours has announced a new property in Hamburg, scheduled to open in March 2016.

25 Hours Hotel Altes Hafenamt will be located next to the existing 25 Hours Hotel Hafencity, 1km from Hamburg central railway station.

Designed in the style of a seaman’s home, the 49-room boutique hotel is located near the traditional harbour quarter of the city, and close to attractions including the Elbe Philarmonic Hall, the cruise ship terminal and the International Maritime Museum.

25 Hours Hamburg

Facilities will include Neni restaurant featuring a terrace and garden, and the Boilerman Bar, as well as a fitness room, free wifi throughout the hotel and free bicycle hire.

Rooms will start from £99. Other properties in the 25 Hours group include 25 Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin, 25 Hours hotel Frankfurt The Goldman, 25 Hours hotel Frankfurt by Levi’s, 25 Hours hotel Hamburg Number One, 25 Hours Hotel Vienna at MuseumsQuartier, and 25 Hours hotel Zurich West.

Subscribers to Business Traveller can read our recent review of the 25 Hours hotel Frankfurt the Goldman here.

Ben Allen