The prizeotel St. Pauli is located in Hamburg's trendiest neighborhood and thus in the immediate surroundings of the legendary Reeperbahn, the Spielbudenplatz or the Große Freiheit 36. The famous fish market, the Landungsbrücken and the Millerntor stadium are only a walking distance of less than 10 minutes away. Party on!
You're arriving by car? Feel free to use our underground parking garage. Your car is safely parked here and surveilled by cameras round the clock. During the night, our security personnel keeps an extra eye on the vehicles. The parking ticket will cost you 18 EUR per day and can be paid for and activated in order to leave the parking lot at the appropriate machine.
Should our underground parking lot be completely occupied at some point, various other car parks are available to you in close proximity. The car park Königsstraße is closest (around 270 meters away). Around a distance of 600-700 meters away from the hotel, you have the following options:
- Car park Nomis Quartier / Simon-von-Utrecht-Straße
- Car park Millerntor / Einfahrt Kleine Seilerstraße
- Car park Reeperbahn-Garagen (Spielbudenplatz / ESSO-Garage)
- Car park Tanzende Türme / Einfahrt Zirkusweg
All car parks are around 14 EUR per day.
The map available at https://www.hamburg.de/parken/ shows you the locations as well as the current occupancy rate of all the car parks in Hamburg. Thanks to just one click on the car park symbol, you receive detailed information about the current occupancy rate.
Of course, you may also reach out to our team on-site at any time. You'll receive further tips on alternative parking options all around our location at the reception.
Right in the middle of the entertainment and red-light district of St. Pauli, there's the infamous Reeperbahn with its many theaters, bars, restaurants, discos and night clubs. Absolute must-see attractions are the Große Freiheit, the bar "Zur Ritze", the wax museum Panoptikum and last but not least Schmidt's Tivoli.
The fish market Hamburg Altona is virtually made for early birds or night owls. There you can get anything from fresh fish to fruits, tropical flowers and all kinds of colorful goods, which are advertised by the iconic marketers between 5 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. or in winter from 7 a.m. to 9:30 a.m..
If you're still partying or you feel like hitting the dance floor again, you can grab a proper breakfast in the fish auction hall accompanied by live music.
Starting from the Landungsbrücken, you can discover the Port of Hamburg, the Elbe, Finkenwerder and the Airbus assembly factory by taking the ferry 62. Regional transport tickets are valid for use as the system is based on a hop on-hop off principle.
For an auhtentic beach feeling, we recommend taking a break at the museum harbor Oevelgönne as well as the bordering beach of the Elbe river. Here, small, historical sailing boats and enormous container terminals can be discovered. Also, there's hardly anything cooler than enjoying a drink at one of the beach bars while watching huge ships sail along the Elbe.
In the green heart of the Hanseatic City, the park Planten un Blomen is home to various themed gardens, for example an old botanic garden and - on an area of 45 hectar - one of the largest japanese landscape gardens of Europe. Spectacular water & light concerts are taking place every day from the beginning of May until the end of September during the late evening hours. In the winter months, a mesmerizing ice rink is attracting many ice skaters.
A great way to explore Hamburg is the Hamburg CARD, which you can also purchase here at prizeotel. You can use buses, trains and HVV ferries for free with this card and receive a 50 % discount on tickets for museums, musicals, port, Alster and city tours as well as on numerous other activities.