Hamburg is hardly the most popular destination in Germany, but that doesn’t make the city less of a wonderful travel spot. Surrounded by water (from the canals to the river to the lakes) and parks (almost 1,500), the architecture is stunning and the nightlife is bumping, including the city’s own red light district. With a rich history and wealth stemming from its long stint as a trading capital, Hamburg is claimed to be the city of choice for millionaires looking for a place to call home. In fact, out of all the cities on the continent, Hamburg has more millionaires per capita, and you know that the VIP models elite girls and photo models escorts go where the money is. It just so happens that this place is Hamburg.
If you’re looking for a classic atmosphere with updated décor and modern amenities, book a suite at the Park Hyatt Hamburg, where you can book the Presidential Suite, which offers just the right amount of space befitting a short luxury holiday. Enjoy your time in the living area, kitchen or balcony, and then head to your complimentary access to the Club lounge, where you’ll receive private concierge service, canapés and wine. You’ll also receive complimentary airport or station transfers as part of the deal. If you think you’ll be having multiple guests, or are throwing a lavish soiree while you’re in town, book the Presidential Suite at the Hotel Atlantic Kempinski, which offers a bit more room. The suite extends tremendously and includes two master bedrooms, two living rooms, a dining and conference room, kitchen, and five bathrooms. You’ll have a view of the lake and plenty of space to party.
When it’s time for dinner, head to Die Bank, a gourmet restaurant set inside of what was once both a city palace and, as you would suspect, a bank. The chef is a Michelin-star award-winner and the food is highbrow, seasonal, local and light. The dinner menu includes a wide variety of pastas, seafood and dessert. You should also make reservations at the Michelin-starred Restaurant Haerlin, which is located inside the Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Hamburg. You’ll find plenty of seafood and game on the menu, as well as a nice wine list. Sit at the chef’s table with your group of up to 8, surrounded by transparent windows allowing you to see everything going on in the kitchen, but also stay within the elegance and luxury of your own private dining space.
For a great time once night falls, head to the Reeperbahn for your first taste of the Hamburg nightlife, but also make time to explore the other areas of Hamburg which offer a variety of nighttime treats, including traditional bars and pubs, nightclubs, live music venues, erotic and gentleman’s clubs and more. If you’re already on the Reeperbahn, stop by Baalsaal for one of the most popular dance clubs. You’ll find house, techno and electronica music, including a variety of DJs that are both local and international. The dance floor may be small, but after 1 a.m., things get crazy. Head to Grosse Freiheit for dancing at Halo, but be sure to stay away on Fridays, which is notoriously popular with students. The internationally renowned DJs the club attracts are worth showing up on the three other nights of the week when you’ll find the doors open, however.
Between partying, fine dining and lounging about in your suite, if you find any other time to explore Hamburg, you’ll want to show your party girl a thing or two about the sophisticated life, with trips to Hamburger Kunsthalle, the city’s best art gallery, and the Hamburg Warehouse Complex, where you’ll find everything from theatre programs to a spice museum to historic attractions.