Hamburg hotels share travel trend insights

With hotels in Hamburg now open again for business, Hamburg Convention Bureau (HCB) is working with its hotel members to help them operate safely and successfully. HCB caught up with some of the city’s hotels to see how they’re welcoming visitors and discover the new post-Covid travel trends they’re now experiencing

Hamburg hotels re-open to visitors – Focus on new safety systems, serviced suites & family values

Hotels in Hamburg are now open for business. Florian Gerdes, marketing manager Conventions, at the Hamburg Convention Bureau, explains: “The teams across our city’s hotels have worked hard to ensure that they’re business ready – not just in terms of meeting German State health and safety requirements, but also ensuring that guest and staff wellbeing remains a top priority.

Sustainable travel in Hamburg

Sustainability continues to be a firm focus for many event planners. Providing delegates with planet-friendly methods of travelling is one of the many ways to deliver this. Test tracks for autonomous driving and hydrogen fuelled options in the new area of the city – the HafenCity – , the electric ride pooling service MOIA, dedicated travel cards for delegates and free travel on bikes, scooters – and even skateboards – thanks to some of the city’s hotels. Switching to climate-friendly mobility: In Hamburg there are numerous possibilities for this on the rails, on the road on four wheels or on two wheels.

Michel Molenda

Michel Molenda

Head of Corporate Communications

michel.molenda@hamburg-tourismus.de
T +49 (0)40 / 30051-653
M: +49 (0)173 / 900 65 86

   

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