Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahrezeiten Set To Open
The town of Hamburg seems to be headed for a tourism revival. The Fairmont hotel chain has announced their new hotel in Hamburg, Germany, the Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten, will join the collection on April 30.The hotel is located on the western side of the Inner Alster Lake shore and is home to four restaurants, two bars, a spa and fitness facility and function space. The hotel was originally founded in 1897 by Friedrich Haerlin and once offered only 11 rooms but Haerlin gradually bought up one house after another until he had the whole block and the hotel now has 157 rooms and suites. The public areas of the hotel are furnished with a collection of 16th- and 17th-century Flemish Gobelin tapestries, baroque cupboards and Renaissance chests. The hotel is offering a Welcome to Hamburg package where guests receive a complimentary third night when staying two consecutive nights starting at 570 euros until the end of the year.