Hotel Wandsbek is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Hamburg, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Hamburg's most popular landmarks, such as Pinguinbrunnen (1.8 mi) and Aussenalster (2.1 mi), Hotel Wandsbek is a great destination for tourists.
Hotel Wandsbek is a budget friendly guest house offering a seating area and a desk in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Hamburg has plenty of steakhouses. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Theo's, Block House, and Cabana Steak House, which are serving up some great dishes.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular parks like Park Planten un Blomen, Stadtpark, and Öjendorfer Park, which are all a short distance from the guest house.
Enjoy your stay in Hamburg!
Stayed 4 nights. The hotel is simple at first glance (the entrance is in an unusual location), but I had a great time there and had no problems during the stay. Even if the location isn't very central, the area is quiet and a 5min walk will take you to the U- or S-Bahn station. I really liked how the breakfast is served in the room at the time you choose, I found it very practical. The shared bathroom was OK, though the shower room was a bit small. The staff was also very friendly and considerate.
The hotel is far from the city centre however that also adds tranquility to the accommodation. Breakfast service is worth the price. The hotel room we stayed was very clean generally. It can be preferred for short-termed visits.
Even the location is not in the center, but it is still easy to arrive by S bahn, U bahn, or bus. The staff is also friendly, even him may not speak English. Everything is fine. If you don't expect a fashion hotel, here is definitely a great option to stay with a reasonable price. But notice that the neighbor would be little noisy in the morning after 9 a.m.
I paid e38 a night for a single room with shared bathroom and toilet, breakfast not included and stayed for three nights. First, the good things which were all outside the hotel. The location is fantastic: just six stops on the S1 from Hamburg Airport and the hotel really is a five minute work from the station. There are lots of coffee bars, bakeries, supermarkets and restaurants on the main road. The bakeries were even open on a Sunday morning from 07.00. Getting into central Hamburg is also easy and quick on the S1. My single room was ok: there was no wash basin, the bed was large and comfortable, the TV worked on and off. The shower, wash basin and toilet were in a room next to the reception desk. In order to get into this area, I had to close the door to the corridor, then open the door to the shower room and squeeze through the gap as the door could open only as far as the reception desk which was on the very cramped landing. I washed my hands in the basin and was scalded by the hot water. My fingers hurt all day. The water was dangerously hot. This was also the case in the shower. The wash basin was in the lobby to the toilet, so there was no privacy if you wanted to use it. I decided not to shave for three days. The toilet ran out of toilet paper but I restocked it from the toilet next door which had a ‘staff only’ sign on it but, when its door was open, I could see was used as a store room for used towels, etc. The shower room had a large shower but there was not enough room between the shower tray and the door to stand and take my clothes off. So, I undressed and dressed in the shower tray. The water was scalding hot again. I was very careful not to knock the tap towards hot but this is easily done when you are turning in a shower. I was only given one small towel, which was inadequate to dry myself and which was not changed in the three days. No toiletries were provided apart from soap at the wash basin, though the container was almost empty over my three day stay. The hotel is in an industrial area (which I don’t mind), above a carpet factory, with its entrance at the back, past parked cars and smelly refuse bins. At night, the tunnel under the building was unlit. Sometimes, late at night the front door was locked, sometimes it was not, which was not very security conscious. The receptionist was on duty late but when I got up at various times during the night to use the toilet, he wasn’t. What would happen in the case of fire? Some of the rooms have ensuite facilities. So, out of the nine rooms, I don’t know how many have to use the shared facilities. I didn’t meet anyone in the shower / toilet area during the three days but, then, I was using it very early in the morning as I get up early. I don’t mind having to walk past the receptionist in my pyjamas (to use the toilet or wash basin) but other people might. There is nowhere to sit, just two chairs put on a half-landing and clearly never to be used. There is no dining room so if you have breakfast, this has to be taken in your room. I couldn’t work out what this hotel was about or who it is aimed at. Despite its fantastic location, these facilities are so basic – even for e38 a night – that I can’t see people coming back to these rooms without facilities. Next to the hotel is a vegan bed and breakfast, which I wished I had known about, and round the corner a building site was being cleared for a hotel. I will be back to this area because of its location to the airport and Hamburg city centre but, unfortunately, not this hotel.…