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Hamburg’s Tortue hotel opens with refit by David Chipperfield Architects and Stephen Williams

At the historic Bleichenfleet, right in the center of the Hanseatic city, a new hotel experience awaits residents and guests of the Elbe metropolis. Named after the French word for “turtle”, the TORTUE combines the long Hamburg tradition of shipping and water proximity with the French past of the city. This is also reflected in the lavishly renovated façade and stylish and comfortable interior design designed by award-winning international designers such as David Chipperfield and Stephen Williams. Cozy bars and restaurants such as brasserie or bar noir are open to all and can also be rented exclusively for private or business events.

With their sophisticated and elegant design, the rooms of the TORTUE provide high comfort and limitless relaxation. Part of the basic amenities is in addition to extra-large box spring beds an entertainment system, free minibar and hot drinks, spacious bathrooms, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. The subdivision into seven categories offers every newcomer a suitable accommodation, starting with the double room (22-35 sqm) over the suites (36-72 sqm) up to the long-stay apartments (62 sqm) for guests who are a bit longer in Want to stay Hamburg.

The modern design of the boutique hotel Hamburg is constantly noticeable, providing an elegant and comfortable atmosphere throughout TORTUE – whether it’s an afternoon espresso in the room or a nightly cocktail in one of our bars.

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