Located right in the heart of the city, the Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg opened on 2 May, 1909 as a grand hotel for passengers of luxury cruise liners. It is much more than a hotel: the history and the guest list of Hamburg’s most legendary and traditional hotel reflects its relevance in the social life of the Hanseatic city. Today, the magnificent white building is one of Hamburg’s landmarks. Whether as a destination for international stars or a setting for James Bond (in “Tomorrow Never Dies”), the Hotel Atlantic is an institution.
The art of cuisine is a large part of this venerable grand hotel’s over 100 years of history. Today’s Atlantic Restaurant takes pride in its founding father whose creativity and innovation knew no limits: Franz Pfordte. At the turn of the century, he was a world-famous restaurateur and is regarded as the inventor of the legendary Atlantic lobster soup, which is now the signature dish.
Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg
An der Alster 72-79 · 20099 Hamburg · Germany
Tel +49 40 2888 0