Guestagram Guide Series: Hamburg Edition

Welcome to Guestagram Guides, our feature posts to some of Europe’s most fascinating cities told from our guests’ point of view. Check back often as we visit 10 different Radisson Blus all over Europe and highlight some of the amazing experiences and destinations they have to offer.

 

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For our first destination, our guests Bart and Sanne are visiting Germany’s second largest city – Hamburg.

 

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One of the reasons we love Hamburg is because of its diversity. There’s squats & hippies, and there’s extremely expensive lofts with hipsters. There’s punk dive bars next to fancy cocktail bars. And it’s a very international city – if you would want you could eat & drink Portuguese in different spots for a week!

 

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“One of the best coffees we’ve had in a while was at the Elbgold Kaffee (‘would you like your espresso with a sweet or smoky roast?’)”

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The amazing botanical gardens known as ‘Planten and Blomen’ are just a stone’s throw from the Radisson Blu Hamburg. A natural paradise in an urban setting.

 

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We like the fact Radisson Blu is not a “standard” hotel. We received a personal welcome card, and they have quirky things like a “Buddhist teachings” book instead of a bible. The design (by Swedish interior designer Christian Lundwall) is fresh and different.

 

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Another successful stop on the Guestagram Guide Series! Share with us on Instagram your adventures at Radisson Blu with the hashtag #RadissonBlu.

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