Hotel Features. A red carpet leads to rotating doors opening into the lobby, which retains the hotel's 19th-century character with marble, antique furniture, heavy curtains and chandeliers.
Doc Cheng's restaurant fuses European and Asian cuisine and is decorated with Oriental carvings. The marble-floored Wohnhalle Lounge serves British high tea with live piano music around a fireplace. Evoking 1920s Shanghai with black-and-white photographs and wicker chairs, Bar Indochine serves international beers and cocktails. The split-level Jahreszeiten Bar has antelope leather tapestries, a 16th-century wooden church door and its own brand of caviar.
The hotel houses five conference rooms, a ballroom for up to 500 people and a business centre. There is complimentary wireless Internet access in all public areas.
Overlooking Hamburg's rooftops, the Spa and Fitness Club includes a naturally lit fitness centre, sauna, steam bath and solarium. The five minimalist-style treatment rooms offer aromatherapy, hydro massage, thalassic and ayurvedic therapies with the spa's own organic products.
Guestrooms. Decorated in warm hues with antique furniture and patterned fabrics, the Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten's 156 guestrooms include air conditioning, complimentary wireless Internet access, Nespresso machines, and flatscreen televisions with complimentary video on demand. Rooms overlook the inner courtyard or lake. White marble bathrooms have bathrobes and complimentary toiletries.
Expert Tip. The Spa and Fitness Club has a relaxation room where guests can unwind to the sound of the sea and dolphins.
Official Rating provided by the German Hotel and Restaurant Association (DEHOGA)
DEHOGA assigns an official star rating for hotels in Germany. This Hotel property is rated as 5-stars.