Reverb by Hard Rock Hotel debuts in Hamburg

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Published on 08/07/24 - Updated on 08/07/24

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Reverb by Hard Rock has officially opened its doors in Hamburg, situated in the historic high-rise bunker in St. Pauli.

This hotel, which stands at 58 meters tall, offers a panoramic view of Hamburg and boasts a variety of amenities, including 134 rooms and suites, multiple dining options, and a public roof garden.

"As a Hamburg family business, the Bunker Hamburg is a project close to our hearts. It is incomparable to any other hotel and gastronomy project and will delight travelers and locals alike with its distinctive offering," "The hotel concept and the gastronomic offering, together with the unique location and the breathtaking view of the Hanseatic city, will make a visit to the bunker a holistic and unforgettable experience." - Marek N. Riegger, CEO of the RIMC Hotels & Resorts Group.

Operated by the Hamburg-based RIMC Hotels & Resorts Group, the hotel is part of the newly transformed bunker, which now includes various gastronomic outlets such as the Bar Karo & Paul by Frank Rosin, the main restaurant La Sala, Café Constant Grind, and the pop-up Green Beanie gastro container on the roof garden. The Reverb by Hard Rock Hamburg features rooms with modern furnishings, artwork, and smart technologies like voice assistants.

The bunker also houses the Georg-Elser-Halle, a multi-purpose hall for sports, concerts, and cultural events. Visitors can visit the Karo & Paul bar, or explore the Rock Shop which offers souvenirs, readings, and small concerts.

"Our guiding principle in developing the Reverb brand was to foster community and offer guests a variety of spaces in which they can fully express themselves. Today's travelers are looking for ways to connect with other people and immerse themselves in a melting pot of different experiences. To meet these demands, we have created a unique hotel brand that is centered around our fans and their passion for music and culture. Following the success of the first Reverb in Atlanta, we are thrilled that Hamburg will be home to our first European Reverb hotel." - John Rees, Senior Vice President of Hotel Operations at Hard Rock International

"The concepts are in tune with the times, combining Hamburg classics with current trends and the requirements of modern gastronomy and offering a selection for every taste, every time of day and every occasion. The theme of music runs like a common thread through all outlets." - Marek N. Riegger, CEO of the RIMC Hotels & Resorts Group.

The roof garden, features 4,700 trees and 16,000 shrubs, creating around 10,000 square meters of green and communal areas. This green space serves as a natural air conditioning system and is accessible via a 560-meter-long mountain path or 335 steps.

In addition to traditional hotel accommodations, the Reverb by Hard Rock Hamburg includes three furnished guest apartments available for artists or scholarship holders.

"We are delighted to have the opportunity to offer creative minds an inspiring place where artists can spend their time in a very special atmosphere," "Promoting the cultural and media sectors is essential for us, especially as part of the district." - Till Westheuser, hotel director of the Reverb Hamburg.

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