Hilton's Curio Collection Opens Reichshof Hamburg Hotel

Reichshof HamburgHilton Worldwide opened the Reichshof Hamburg hotel late last week. The hotel joins Hilton’s growing boutique brand, Curio-A Collection by Hilton. This is the brand’s first hotel in Europe, and the new hotel is operated by Event Hotelgruppe. Reichshof offers guests a stay with touches of Hanseatic art deco and contemporary elements.

The hotel is located opposite the historic Hamburg Central Railway Station in Hamburg, Germany. It has guestrooms, junior and one-bedroom suites for guests to choose from.

“The uniqueness and special character of Reichshof Hamburg is a great example of what we seek when hand-picking respected and distinguished hotels for our Curio collection,” said Dianna Vaughan, global head of Curio – A Collection by Hilton. “The restored hotel is a favorite among travelers because it beautifully blends the old with the new and captures Hamburg’s vibrant energy, while also offering our guests the reassurance and benefits that come with the Hilton name and HHonors loyalty program.”

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The hotel also has a top culinary restaurant, Slowman, run by local gastronomist Frank Bertram. Bertram has become known for his use of high-quality products and his love of music. Guests can even enjoy Saturday “jam sessions” at Slowman, which have a growing fan base. The hotel’s bar, Bar 1910, serves spirits and premium whiskeys.

Reichsof Hamburg's address is Kirchenallee 34-36, 20099.

Visit www.reichshof-hamburg.com

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