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IntercityHotel Hamburg Dammtor-Messe is centrally located and only a short distance from the convention center (approx. 450 m), the CCH - Congress Center (approx. 700 m) and quiet parks. Hamburg Dammtor station is about 650 m away and the historic city center is about 2 km away.
Highlights: WiFi (complimentary), nutritious buffet breakfast, modern restaurant with regional and national dishes, Sky Sportsbar, bistro and smoker’s lounge, 6 conference rooms accommodating up to 200 people with panoramic view, bicycle rental
Vivid colors and elegant furnishings create a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere in our 275 rooms. All rooms come with soundproofed windows, air-conditioning, safe, and flatscreen TV with Sky Sport and Bundesliga. A FreeCityTicket for free use of public transport in Hamburg is included.
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. This enables guests to use all of the local public transport free of charge.
Get a good night's sleep in one of our modern and fully equipped standard rooms complete with air-conditioning and a queen-size bed or two separate beds. The bathroom with shower and WC features a towel warmer, cosmetic mirror and hair dryer.
Soundproof windows and a queen-size bed or two separate beds ensure a good night's sleep in one of our air-conditioned business rooms. Enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi with up to 256 KB/s for a relaxed working environment.
A photographic art project by Anna Domnick and Ulrike Schmid.
"Gröön gries" deals with the immediate environment of the InterCityHotel Hamburg Dammtor-Messe and forms the intersection between two seemingly fundamentally different areas: the CCH fair grounds and the "Planten un Blomen" Botanical Garden with its rich tradition. While the fair stands for linearity, the park is composed of mostly organics. Hence, the rigid materials of architecture are confronted with the dynamic, animate elements of the flora.