This home-awayfrom-home Hamburg mansion boasts stunning views over the River Elbe.
From its enviable location high above Hamburg’s Elbe river, the Hotel Louis C. Jacob overlooks the scenery that inspired Impressionist artist (and former hotel guest) Max Liebermann to paint his evocative Lime Tree Terrace in 1902. With its exceptional flair, the “Jacob” soon became a Hamburg institution and a leading hotel in the Hanseatic city for bankers, shipping agents, politicians, artists and business guests from around the world. The personal touches, visible in the traditional interiors, create the intimate atmosphere of an old Hamburg mansion. Guests will enjoy Jacobs Restaurant, which has been awarded Hamburg’s best restaurant for the past seven years – it has unforgettable views and excellent cuisine.
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