Just arrived in the harbour, the 25sqm Medium room provides the perfect retreat after a long day. Furnishings are adapted to suit the individual floor plans; every room features a king-size bed. Urban nomads appreciate free high-speed WiFi and Bluetooth speakers.. Schindelhauer bikes are available for rent.

With around 35sqm of space, the Large Room has plenty of room for relaxation. Drawing inspiration from the seafaring exploits of sailors, the furnishings guarantee comfort and quality for seasoned travellers. Including a filter coffee and tea selection. Free high-speed WiFi, Bluetooth speakers and Schindelhauer bikes for rent help keep you mobile during your stay.

The Extra Large room features a king-size bed and around 45sqm of space, the perfect accommodation for the harbour master. Spacious and with great attention to nautical details there is plenty of room for a longer sojourn in Hamburg. Your own Schindelhauer bike, Bluetooth speakers, filter coffee and tea selection are all part of the furnishings of course. Schindelhauer bikes and free high-speed WiFi are available to every hotel guest.

Altes Hafenamt

The harbour master keeps a watch over the former
captain's house in the HafenCity's oldest building

About the Hotel

ships that pass in the night.

In the little Captain’s home with 49 cosy cabins, Hamburg’s history is brought to life. The oldest building in the HafenCity, which is also a listed building, is now home to contemporary design with industrial charm, ecclectic cuisine, and long drinks. The guest rooms designed by the Augsburg-based design team, Dreimeta, are cosy, intimate, and individual. The former Port Authority building was a meeting point for seafarers for many years, where people from all walks of life would share there experiences. Be it port romances or bitter struggles with the forces of nature at sea. Their history is the history of the 25hours Hotel Hamburg Altes Hafenamt. Guests can reach the NENI Hamburg restaurant via a gangway on the ground floor. Here, guests are served East-Mediterranean cuisine that is perfect for sharing. You can enjoy an apéritif or a nightcap at the neighbouring Boilerman Bar, where a portrait of the Harbourmaster keeps watch.

ride it like you stole it.

We’re absolutely convinced: the best way to explore Hamburg is on wheels. That’s why we’re determined to offer our guests the city’s coolest speedsters – like the bikes from our friends at Schindelhauer. Siegfried, Ludwig, Viktor or Lotte will be awaiting the visitor for a leisurely bike tour through the neighbourhood. On board you’ll find a tour map of the most charming routes round the city, curated by bike professionals especially for 25hours.Our cargo bike Seute Deern gives you a more laid-back spin through the city. Either select the option when making your booking or just enquire at reception. And if you fancy exploring the immediate neighbourhood on foot, you’ll find all you need in the Jogging Corner.

ready for relaxation.

As a relaxing contrast, the neighbouring 25hours Hotel HafenCity features a harbour sauna on the 6th floor. Guests are welcome to use the sauna – raw and exposed to the elements, it’s the perfect spot to enjoy the fresh air afterwards and admire the harbour view. But it’s not for sissies. The sauna is also available to guests of the 25hours Hotel Altes Hafenamt.

seek & find.

Besides emergency articles for hotel guests, the 25hours things shop in the sister hotel 25hours Hotel HafenCity has loads of amazing, locally-produced designer goods, books from the mare publishers plus souvenirs of Hamburg. Perfect as a gift or simply to keep yourself. Latecomers can also find mare kiosk’s bestselling items in the small shop inside the Altes Hafenamt.

try me i’m not a bible.

The mare Schmökerstube library at the 25hours Hotel Altes Hafenamt is a cosy retreat and equipped with up to 300 books. In good weather the adjoining terrace is perfect for a cup of coffee together with one of the books. 

Parking

The entrance to public Contipark Überseequartier multi-storey car park is on Überseeallee, very close to the 25hours Hotel Hamburg Altes Hafenamt. There is direct access to the hotel from the car park. Cost per day: EUR 24

From 09.11.-23.12.2022, access to the "Überseequartier" car park must be via Hübenerstraße -> San-Francisco-Straße -> Überseeallee.

Public Transport

The hotel is situated very close to the Überseequartier U-Bahn station (U4).

Contact

25hours Hotel Hamburg Altes Hafenamt
Osakaallee 12
20457 Hamburg

General contact:
p +49 40 55 55 75 0
hafenamt@25hours-hotels.com

For room reservations:
p +49 40 55 55 75 255
res.hafenamt@25hours-hotels.com

Rooms


Medium

Just arrived in the harbour, the 25sqm Medium room provides the perfect retreat after a long day. Furnishings are adapted to suit the individual floor plans; every room features a king-size bed. Urban nomads appreciate free high-speed WiFi and Bluetooth speakers.. Schindelhauer bikes are available for rent.

  • approx. 25sqm / 269sqft
  • individual layout
  • king-size bed (180cm) or twin beds (2 single beds each 90cm)
  • free high-speed WiFi
  • air conditioning
  • samova tea station
  • smart tv
  • rain shower
  • Bluetooth speaker
  • Schindelhauer bikes for rent
  • free minibar

Large

With around 35sqm of space, the Large Room has plenty of room for relaxation. Drawing inspiration from the seafaring exploits of sailors, the furnishings guarantee comfort and quality for seasoned travellers. Including a filter coffee and tea selection. Free high-speed WiFi, Bluetooth speakers and Schindelhauer bikes for rent help keep you mobile during your stay.

  • approx. 35sqm / 377sqft
  • individual layout
  • king-size bed (180cm) or twin bed (2 single beds each 90cm)
  • free high-speed WiFi
  • air conditioning
  • filter coffee & tea selection
  • kettle
  • smart tv
  • rain shower
  • Bluetooth speaker
  • enough space for a small family
  • Schindelhauer bikes for rent
  • free minibar

Extra Large

The Extra Large room features a king-size bed and around 45sqm of space, the perfect accommodation for the harbour master. Spacious and with great attention to nautical details there is plenty of room for a longer sojourn in Hamburg. Your own Schindelhauer bike, Bluetooth speakers, filter coffee and tea selection are all part of the furnishings of course. Schindelhauer bikes and free high-speed WiFi are available to every hotel guest.

  • approx. 45sqm / 484sqft
  • king-size bed (180cm) or twin beds (2 single beds each 90cm)
  • free high-speed WiFi
  • air conditioning
  • filter coffee & tea selection
  • kettle
  • smart tv
  • rain shower
  • Bluetooth speaker
  • personal Schindelhauer bike
  • enough space for a small family
  • iMac workstation
  • free minibar

Restaurants & Bars

NENI Hamburg

Opening Hours

Mon – Sun 12pm – 11pm

More Info

Boilerman Bar

Opening Hours

Sun - Thu 5pm - 1am
Fri + Sat 5pm -
 2am

More Info

heimat restaurant

Opening Hours

Mon - Sun 6pm - 10.30pm

More Info

Venues & Ideas

At the heart of the Hamburg HafenCity - the largest inner city urban development project in Europe - the two 25hours Hotels Altes Hafenamt and HafenCity are located side-by-side. Colourfully designed events rooms exude a maritime feel and a glance across the Magdeburg Harbour is bound to fill you with wanderlust. A total of 10 locations across two hotels offer almost unlimited possibilities for creative event formats for up to 200 people. Whether photoshoots with unusual backdrops, a battle of the bands or a traditional conference - our events team is happy to provide individual offers for your requests.

25hours hotels are not merely ‘off the shelf’; they are tailored to each location. Sometimes cool, sometimes colourful, sometimes nostalgic, sometimes mundane – 25hours hotels offer not only bed and breakfast but plenty of entertainment, surprises and fun, too. The possibilities in the areas of Meetings, Incentives, and Events are as diverse as the hotels themselves. Whether it’s a Moroccan picnic, a yoga session or a stop on a sailing trip, give your next event that extra something and offer your guests, clients and business partners an experience they won’t forget.

Articles

From Street to Plate

Jane Anderson chats to Nuriel Molcho about his family’s thriving restaurant business NENI and its kaleidoscopic Israeli street food

The Power of Water

In the heart of Hamburg’s St. Pauli district is the Millerntor Stadium, home to the St. Pauli football club. Come summertime when the team is resting, art takes over the stadium. And furthermore, art with a serious purpose and a huge sense of fun!

On the Crest of a Wave

From Düsseldorf to Tokyo, the 15-year-old German Celine Dornick is dominating the global rapid surfing competition circuit, one city wave at a time

Saluti! The Taste of Bella Italia—Bottled in Hamburg.

Why wait for the perfect travel conditions? 25hours Hotels partnered with Nordcraft and Si Puó Fare Bio to bring a taste of summer right to your own backyard with two COMPANION aperitivos.

Hotelier with Heart and Soul, 25hours a Day

Hamburg’s Got Groove

Hamburg’s iconic Elbphilharmonie is just as famous for its insane acoustics as it is for its programme, which weaves traditional classical music together with rock bands, festivals, and jazz — like the Scandinavian piano band Rymden, for example. On the occasion of their concert, we met the jazz trio in the so-called ‘Elphi’, where we delved into the history of the concert hall and considered, among other questions, whether jazz is the classical music of the 21st century.

The Science of Scent

Subtle and seductive, the aroma molecule Iso E Super was created in a laboratory in 1973. In 2006, the master perfumer Geza Schön bottled it pure to create Molecule 01 — a fragrance that fast gained a cult following the world over. Many more scents later, COMPANION visited Schön at his Berlin apartment and lab to get a whiff of the chemistry behind his ‘anti-fragrances’, and glean his take on the wellness industry’s obsession with nature (hint: it’s overrated).

The Tastes of Tel Aviv

Haya Molcho and her sons, the family behind eatery empire NENI, have written a new cookery book about the people of Tel Aviv and their culinary histories. And it has recipes too. The most important ingredient? Friends with whom to share what you make.

A Man and the Sea

A love of the sea made Nikolaus Gelpke into a publisher. He found his calling in life working on Mare in Hamburg.


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