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New levels of luxury: Fraser Suites launches in Hamburg, Germany [Infographic]

by | 02 Oct 2019 | Chains

The luxurious Fraser Suites Hamburg. (Photo: Fraser Suites)

Its many amenities and extras make Hamburg’s new Fraser Suites Hotel one of the city’s top accommodation options.

Only a few months after its opening, the German Hotel and Restaurant Association (DEHOGA) classified the Fraser Suites Hamburg as a five-star superior hotel.

Modern luxury behind classic facades

Only after elaborately renovating the former regional finance office in Hamburg, the Fraser Suites Hamburg could celebrate its soft opening in May 2019. 

In September, the DEHOGA classified the new long-stay hotel in its five-star superior category.

Ulrike von Albedyll, Managing Director of DEHOGA Hamburg, presented the five-star superior plaque to Olivier Briand, the hotel’s general manager, to celebrate the day.

“We always strive to provide excellent service to our guests and set high-quality standards in all areas of our operations, so I am very proud that now this historic hotel has been officially classified,” says Mr. Briand, General Manager of Fraser Suites Hamburg.

The new Fraser Suites Hamburg

Hamburg’s former regional financial office was extensively renovated to sport an elegant and unusual Art Deco design.

The luxury hotel offers over 154 rooms, most of which are equipped with a modern kitchenette. Spacious suites and studios, as well as workstations and conference rooms, provide business travellers with ideal living and working conditions.

The Dining Room, the on-site fine dining restaurant, is perfect for business lunches or a relaxing evening in good company. The spa and a long list of additional services complete the offer.

As Frasers Hospitality’s third and newest property in Germany, the Fraser Suites Hamburg is now also considered the group’s new flagship. In August 2015 and May 2017, the four-star design hotel residences Capri by Fraser opened in Frankfurt and Berlin.


(Photos: Fraser Suites)

Germany’s growing supply of luxury hotels

According to the latest reports from TOPHOTELPROJECTS, 788 hotels are to be opened in Germany over the next few years. Of these, 383 hotels are expected to have 4 or 5 stars, thus placing them in the luxury category.

In addition to the new Fraser Suites Hamburg, the Althoff Dom Hotel in Cologne is one such project. From autumn 2021, this hotel with 130 rooms will welcome guests in the heart of Cologne. Spacious conference rooms are designed to attract business travellers, while the central location is perfect for leisure guests.

There is also a lot going on in Munich. The Mandarin Oriental is expanding and will complement its existing offer with new rooms, the luxurious “Residences at Mandarin Oriental” and some commercial spaces.

The Rosewood Munich is another exciting project which is being built right next to the city’s old town. 132 elegant rooms, an inviting lobby lounge, a modern spa and event rooms for up to 400 people make this project attractive.

According to the TOPHOTELCONSTRUCTION online database 369 hotel projects are currently in the pipeline in Germany:

Let’s take a look at a few outstanding hotel projects in Germany: 



Frasers Hospitality, the hospitality arm of Frasers Property Group, is a global hospitality operator with Gold-Standard serviced, hotel residences and boutique lifestyle hotels across Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East and Africa.


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