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Hamburg (Ville)

With a population of 1.8 million, Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany, but only 4th in terms of chain room supply.

Leisure travellers come to Hamburg to enjoy its unique heritage, such as its many canals and rich cultural offer. Business tourism remains strong: the city is home to an airport terminal where many airlines from Asia land, and is a major seaport (1st in Germany, 3rd in Europe) and a railway, river and highway hub for Northern Europe.

Many companies have offices in the city state, particularly in the building and heavy industries (Airbus, Blohm+Voss, etc.), as well as publishing and media (Axel Springer AG, Bauer Media Group, Gruner+Jahr, Der Spiegel, Die Zeit…). In 2017, the city will launch the “Elbphilharmonie Hamburg”, a 120,000 m² project with 3 concert rooms. Meanwhile, the city’s Congress Center will close its doors due to planned refurbishment works; it will reopen in 2019.

As of January 1, 2017 corporate chain supply reached 18,658 rooms.

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18,658 rooms Corporate operated chain supply as of 01/01/2017 (rooms)

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