If you’re looking for a budget friendly hotel in Hamburg, look no further than Ibis Budget Hamburg City.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Hamburg, Ibis Budget Hamburg City is located a short distance from Moenckebergstrasse Shopping (0.3 mi) and Town Hall (0.7 mi).
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and Ibis Budget Hamburg City makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy breakfast during their visit.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the wine bars, including Neumann's Bistro & Weinbar, d'o Barcelona, and Uhlenhorster Weinstube, all of which are a short distance from Ibis Budget Hamburg City.
If you are interested in exploring Hamburg, check out one of the historic sites, such as Alter Elbtunnel, St Nikolai Memorial, and Wasserkunst Kaltehofe.
The staff at Ibis Budget Hamburg City looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Very convenient location. Good parking. All you need for a stay. Extremely helpful and friendly professional team. Rich breakfast. Good soundproofing in the rooms, could not hear the trains from the nearby station.
Normally I am all for no frills in a hotel. But not to the point of not providing a kettle for coffee in the room. The building is surrounded by railway lines, busy main roads and building sites (start 0.700) I chose the place for it’s convenient location near the station but the difficult to cross dual carriageway roads make those few minutes far from pleasant. I saw no restaurants, bars, shops, takeaway food anywhere closer than the station. If you intend to eat and drink in your room make sure you come supplied because strangely Hamburg has none of the usual major city corner shops, mini-markets, supermarket locals. Not just as in only a few - in 3 days of walking around the city I found not one. I would certainly not recommend this place for anything other than as a handy overnight to change trains - and not particularly cheap at that. As a base for enjoying the city it’s a false economy.…
We stayed over New years Eve. Perfect location, walking distance to Everything. Nice breakfast buffet for cheap money. You get what you see with the room. Nice room service. Big showet but in room but toilet separate.
I have to say that after spending two nights at an Ibis Budget hotel, I would rather pay the small extra next time and loose the "Budget" qualification. The room was very small, the sink was inside the room, beds were single sized, and, on top of everything else, the receptionist claimed to speak only German. The good part was, however, the hotel's location, close to the beautiful part of the city, at the expense of a short walk through a really seedy and graffitied area, under a railway bridge.
I wanted a hotel that was close to the main railway station, allowing for easy access from the airport train or bus service. I did a considerable amount of research as I was travelling alone, and required a room with ensuite. A lot of the older style hotels close to the station offered singles, but a lot were either extremely small or did not have ensuite facilities in the budget range I had chosen for this one night pre cruise. The Ibis budget is approximately 7minutes walk from the main railway station. note to get to the property, you do have to cross two very busy main roads. The Ibis budget is located in the same building as the ibis - the budget in the left wing, and the regular in the right wing. The hotel overlooks a busy main road, so I advise asking for a quiet rear facing room. Their is a car park (pay) underneath the hotels. Their are also a couple of parking spaces at the front of the property for disabled parking. note that smokers gather at the front of the property. I had checked in online - advising the hotel I would be checking in approx 1pm. On arrival, their was only one member of staff at reception. However, He was very efficient - despite the queue of 3 others checking in - and I soon received my room card. I had been allocated a quiet rear facing room on the 1st floor. the room was standard 'ibis budget'. compact and basic, but spotless clean and tidy. Their was a double bed, flat screen colour tv above small desk, basic hanging space for clothes, washbasin with mirror in room, separate shower stall (watch out for very hot water when first turning on, and separate toilet cubicle. I actually found the bed comfortable. on the ground floor at reception, their is a fridge cabinet, tea/coffee machine, and shelves with snacks etc. all for sale. Next to reception is the breakfast room. I strongly advise advance purchase of breakfast, as the next nearest cafes etc are at the railway station. Breakfast was continental - the only hot item is boiled eggs. their are breads, cheeses, hams, cereals, juices, tea/coffee etc. their is nothing fancy like cooked breakfast, danish etc. However, what is available is good. Note at the regular ibis next door, their is a restaurant selling evening meals at a reasonable price. Everything about my stay was fine - its an ibis - its budget - but the location just a 7 minute stroll from the railway station makes it an ideal budget option.…