Hotel Louis C. Jacob

Hotel Louis C. Jacob – your friends in Hamburg

The Louis C. Jacob is a hotel for people who dislike hotels. Situated on Hamburg’s famous Elbchaussee, it’s a privately owned hotel that offers excellent, individual service. Gourmets savour dishes created by Thomas Martin, and wine connoisseurs take their pick from Markus Berlinghof’s legendary wine cellar. From the Lime Tree Terrace, which Max Liebermann captured on canvas for posterity, guests can gaze out on cruise liners and massive container vessels. A team of 143 makes staying at Jacob’s a pleasure, ensuring that guests in the hotel’s 85 luxurious rooms and suites want for nothing. An experience not to be missed is when the Queen Mary 2 leaves Hamburg harbour and sails past Jacob. Vast loudspeakers then proclaim Rule Britannia and God Save the Queen. Waving bed sheets out of the windows and accompanied by canon shots, hotel guests and staff bid an especially emotional farewell to the Queen of the Seas.

The hotel offers special cruise packages focusing on exciting excursions on the high seas.

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Address

Elbchaussee 401-403
22609 Hamburg
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