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- April 11, 2016
THE FAMOUS LIME TREE TERRACE: Created back in 1791 by Daniel Louis Jacques, it’s still considered one of Hamburg’s most attractive places today. In 1902, Berlin impressionist Max Liebermann moved into Hotel Jacob at the invitation of Alfred Lichtwark, founding director of Hamburg Kunsthalle. He was appointed to paint views of Hamburg, the most attractive of which is right outside the door to his room – the Lime Tree Terrace. The painting is a highlight of German impressionism.
5-STAR HOTEL LOUIS C. JACOB is a genuine part of Hamburg. Located on Elbchaussee, which connects Hamburg city with the sophisticated Blankenese neighbourhood.
APPEALS TO ALL SENSES: From the magnificent view of the Elbe to the stylish rooms and valuable paintings in our collection to the culinary delights on offer. Thomas Martin, our chef de cuisine with two Michelin stars, and his team look forward to seeing you in Jacob’s restaurant.
A WEALTH OF EXPERIENCES: Nowhere in the world gives a ship such a stylish send-off. Emotional moments, the thunder of canons and joyful waving of sheets and tablecloths accompany Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth every time they set out to sea. Very popular are also Jacob’s gourmet evenings with experts talking about different subjects. With Hamburg’s harbour birthday, Big Bottle parties, cookery courses and kitchen parties – Louis C. Jacob repeatedly host impressive events that our guests enjoy taking part in.
Hotel Louis C. Jacob
Phone: +49 40 822 55 0