Hamburg’s congress and exhibition centre is located right at the heart of the city. Situated immediately opposite the Dammtor station, the centre is in an ideal position and is easy to get to using public transport, both from the airport and our hotel. The two ultra-modern exhibition and congress areas are located adjacent to each other and can therefore also be used in combination for one event. With around 87,000 m² of exhibition space spread over 11 halls, plus a further 10,000 m² of open-air exhibition space, Hamburg is home to one of the world’s most modern event facilities. From international congresses such as the German Radiology Congress, to consumer exhibitions attracting lots of visitors, to sales events and specialist trade fairs such as the famous INTERNORGA catering and food trade show, the space can be used for a wide variety of purposes.
Hamburg has always been an exciting place to visit, and still is today:
The vibrant Hanseatic city on the river Elbe is probably one of the most beautiful in the world and, thanks to its international port, its economy is constantly growing. The city is also one of the leading centres for culture and recreation. Whether you pick one of the numerous theatres, a musical, one of the art exhibitions or decide to visit the world-famous Reeperbahn pleasure mile, Hamburg has plenty to offer. And planning a wide range of things to do couldn’t be easier. The Alsterkrug Hotel is in the ideal location for access from Hamburg airport, and from there you can get easily and quickly to the exhibition centre using public transport.
We have 105 comfortably-appointed rooms with flat-screen televisions and high-speed wireless internet. Our new, modern bathrooms guarantee your stay in our first class privately-run hotel will be a comfortable one. Take time out to enjoy peace and quiet as you relax and recover from a successful day at the trade fair – our team is always available and would be happy to help you plan your business trip.
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