Nobu Hospitality has confirmed plans to open a 191 room and suite hotel and 200-seat restaurant in Hamburg, slated to open in 2025.
The Nobu Hotel and Restaurant will be located within the Elbtower, a mixed-use development that will straddle the River Elbe and soar 64 stories into the sky, becoming the German city’s tallest landmark.
Nobu Hotel Elbtower is the first property for the group in Germany. It will join Nobu Hotels already established in Barcelona, Chicago, Malibu, Ibiza, London (x2), Las Vegas, Manila, Marbella, Los Cabos, Miami Beach, Warsaw and Palo Alto, along with hotels in the pipeline in Atlanta, Marrakech, Riyadh, Sao Paulo, Tel Aviv and Toronto.
“Hamburg is an economic powerhouse in Germany and is an exciting destination for travellers whether for business or pleasure and perfectly fits with our global clientele,” said Trevor Horwell, CEO Nobu Hospitality.
Elbtower is designed by architectural firm, David Chipperfield Architects, and will complete the city’s silhouette with its striking and curved façade. Forming a designed counterpoint to the Elbphilharmonie concert hall and serving as an entrance marker to the prestigious HafenCity district.
The development will also feature a terrace bar and lounge with views of the River Elbe, and a state-of-the-art fitness and wellness facility. In addition to the restaurant and private dining rooms, the hotel will offer sophisticated event space for corporate and social gatherings as well as an outdoor terrace.
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