On the Elbchaussee - where Hamburg is purely Hanseatic - that’s the address of the Louis C. Jacob. This magnificent mile of the Elbe capital Hamburg, framed on both sides by glorious, classic Patrician villas and simply breathtaking estates, can easily and justifiably be described as the world’s longest and finest hotel driveway. The road links the city with Hamburg’s most desirable residential area as it follows the course of the river Elbe.
85 Rooms and Suites
With 64 deluxe rooms in addition to 21 suites and junior suites, the Louis C. Jacob is a luxurious retreat for cosmopolitan travellers. Fitted throughout with exotic wooden floors, mostly with walk-in wardrobes and with, natural stone baths made of marble and granite which never fail to impress. Air conditioning and WLAN are standard in all rooms and extra long mattresses guarantee a restful night’s sleep.
For Hamburg’s connoisseurs of excellent food and fine wines the Jacobs Restaurant has been a regular haunt for many years. Offering contemporary, light, fresh cuisine and a well stocked cellar, guests can expect unforgettable dining experiences. The spectacular panorama, magnificent wall paintings, moulded ceilings and large crystal chandeliers are a most suitable backdrop. Weather permitting, the famous Lime Tree Terrace becomes a much enjoyed outside room for breakfast, lunch and dinner.