25hours Hotel Number One undergoes redesign

Amy Horsfield Amy Horsfield Uploaded 21 March 2019


Germany: The 25hours Hotel Number One in Hamburg has undergone an extensive redesign and features a new restaurant.

In November 2003, the first 25hours Hotel was opened in Bahrenfeld, Germany. Today, DREIMETA is still responsible for the renovation and modernisation of the public spaces on the ground floor, with a restaurant, lobby, shop, and a space for conferences and events. 

Armin Fischer, designer from DREIMETA, said: "The hotel creates an unmistakeable identity with timeless, elegant and familiar style elements, remaining true to its dynamic character and creating something brand new. Good design is also always a backdrop for your own presence -nobody needs conventions or trends if design and ambience can travel from the eye to the heart in such an unfiltered way." 

The Speisebar restaurant is a café, bistro, bar and meeting place for classic drinks and food including the home-made Number One currywurst, the flank steak in garlic butter with green beans, bacon and chips, and the Carnaroli risotto with fried parsley root and wild herbs. The neighbouring conference area offers a space for focusing on work.

25hours Hotel Company co-founder, Kai Hollman, added: "The idea behind the Speisebar is to offer small dishes and drinks at a fair price in the neighbourhood. From breakfast every morning to late night bites, it's not just for hotel guests, but particularly intended to serve the area around the Otto-von-Bahrenpark. Daily, there is a dish of the day available for under €10, which was a conscious choice to be able to reach the many different people in the district. The Speisebar stands for small dishes, often very regional, and always freshly prepared. You simply have to try the home-made sauces, such as the "truffle mayonnaise" or the "malt beer curry sauce."


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