Pyjama Park Hotel Hamburg: Our gay-friendly Stay on the Reeperbahn
The Pyjama Park Hotel Hamburg Reeperbahn – During our first trip together to Hamburg, we stayed in an accommodation located right in the city center and still not too expensive with great value for the location on the Reeperbahn. The German city Hamburg, in particular, the Reeperbahn in St. Pauli, is well known for its nightlife.
Many bars, clubs, and restaurants are located next to each other creating a very special atmosphere, also for LGBTQ+ travelers, until late in the night. The Pyjama Park Hotel is located right at the beginning of the Reeperbahn in an old town building above the Pyjama Bar. Find our tips, ideas, and whole travel story in our blog article Gay Couple City Weekend in Hamburg. And now, enjoy our review of the gay-friendly hotel in the city center of Hamburg through a Couple of Men‘s eyes.
Gay-friendly Hotels in Hamburg Reeperbahn
The Hotel is decorated with an honest and urban feel by the Hamburg artist Kid Overhead with unique rooms on 3 floors. Uncomplicated check-in, friendly staff, comfortable beds, and a good breakfast – After a hearty breakfast, full and refreshed, we went to explore the city of Hamburg. Travelers can get around the Hanseatic city easily by subway, bus, bike, or on foot. We would recommend visiting the harbor city of Hamburg, taking a harbor boat tour, and visiting the gay neighborhoods of Hamburg.
The Hanseatic city in the Northern part of Germany was high on our gay travel’s bucket list already for a while. We visited Hamburg for three days in the early summer. Exploring the main port city of Germany with its Warehouse District, the gay (friendly) neighborhood St. Georg and the world-famous Reeperbahn.
Good to know about Pyjama Park Hotel
If you choose to stay in a hotel at the Reeperbahn you choose to stay in one of the busiest and noisiest areas of Hamburg. Sounds, music, and noise until the morning are possible. Please be aware of that and take it into account (check our tips below). The Hotel itself is a tip for the price and the central location just a 10 min walk to the Hamburg-Landungsbrücken.
Castles, sausages, beer, and, of course, cars. The Federal Republic of Germany with its 16 federal states, that have been several kingdoms in the past, can be considered as the geographical center country of Europe and is, according to the Gay Travel Index, among the top 10 LGBT-friendly countries in the world.
Review of the Pyjama Park Hotel Hamburg – Reeperbahn
Pyjama Park Hotel Hamburg Reeperbahn
Opening Hours: www.pyjama-park.de
Contact: Tel.: +49 40 314838
Our special tips:
1. mention while booking if you wanna have a double bed or 2 beds
2. bring earplugs (also available at the reception) if you don’t wanna stay awake till the morning
3. be aware: the Wifi is not always steady, but near the reception, it worked better
4. ask for a room on the highest floor of the Pyjama Park Hotel and on the backside (further away from the bar music).
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