Time for two – just get out of the home. We all know that right now. Jenni and her boyfriend came to Hamburg, made themselves comfortable at the Scandic and experienced Hamburg differently than before. From the eighth floor they had a breathtaking view over Hamburg.
Although it’s not obvious, sustainability has now become a key feature of the company. For example, there are free electric charging stations, no individually wrapped products in the rooms, and the minibar is stocked with bottles from mostly sustainable companies. The hotel runs entirely on green electricity, filters its own table water, and does away with unnecessary linens (which is why there are no tablecloths in the restaurant). For more on all the sustainability measures, accessibility, art and the hotel, check out her blog.
In addition to a little shopping trip, good food and enjoying the city, the two have spent time at Miniaturwunderland and traveled there through the whole world. What they experienced in Planten & Bloomen or in the Loki Schmidt Garden, you can read at Jenni on the blog.