Today I had an opportunity to visit one of the most luxurious hotel in Hamburg, mostly known from Tomorrow never dies or living there musician and painter- Udo Lindenberg.
It’s very interesting to walk through the house and getting known the history of it. It was opened in 1909, as a Grand Hotel for passengers with booking on famous luxury ocean liners and it has been synonymous with Hanseatic elegance, epitomizing the local way of life.
At the Atlantic Restaurant the Lobster Bisque has been always the signature dish. It was created by Franz Pforde back in the 1909 when he became the Maitre at the Atlantic Hotel.
The breakfast area is very spacious and light.
The rooms have various styles and what’s more, every single floor hat its own main color of the room. They’re very fashionable, Hanseatic and spacious. I totally felt in love with this hotel.
It was very nice experience to visit this place, because I felt a bit like on a big luxury ocean liner. The rooms are very inspiring, letting your imagination totally flow. I also got a bit curious, because of one interior design detail – the blue carpet on the stairwell, which presents the globe with continents but it doesn’t include Great Britain. Maybe it’s because of the arms race between the United Kingdom and Germany back then?
Here are some colorful caricatures made by Udo Lindenberg: