Ruby Hotels opens Ruby Lotti in Hamburg

Amy Horsfield By Amy Horsfield
17 December 2018 | Updated 17 December 2018

Germany: Ruby Hotels has opened its sixth hotel, Ruby Lotti.

The Munich-based Ruby Group, led by founder and CEO Michael Struck, has opened its new hotel in Hamburg's central Stadthausbrücke district.

With a total of 290 rooms, Ruby Lotti is currently the brand's the largest property.

The hotel is themed around the reportage and tabloid journalism of the fifties and sixties, with antique furniture and artefacts providing a sense of place and history.

All Ruby Hotels involve a musical touch and Ruby Lotti includes a Marshall guitar amp in each room, which guests can use both with their own guitar or one borrowed from reception. By night, regular live music events at the bar provide a stage for local musical talent, while by day the space serves as a relaxed space for guests.

The new hotel follows the brand's 'Lean Luxury' philosophy, which provides guests with a five-star room in a prime central city location, for the price of a budget hotel.

Ruby Hotels first unveiled its unique concept with Vienna hotel Ruby Sofie in 2014, before opening two further hotels in Vienna, Ruby Marie and Ruby Lissi, as well as Ruby Lilly in Munich, Ruby Coco in Dusseldorf and most recently at Ruby Lotti in Hamburg.  The brand plans further openings including Ruby Lucy in London's Southbank in Autumn 2019, as well as hotels in Zurich, Cologne, Frankfurt and Shanghai before the end of 2020.

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