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The Hotel Keese is a family-run middle-class hotel with a spectacular location in St. Pauli, one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Hamburg. While you could see earlier along the Reeperbahn seamen and sailors on shore leave, you meet today on outgoing joyful revelers, business travelers and tourists. The 31 double and four single rooms were extensively renovated in the year 2011th With its functional furnishings in bright colors, the rooms radiate a modern and cheerful atmosphere. Business Free Wi-Fi Internet access. The Hotel Keese has no own restoration. Instead, there are along the Re...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Reviewed 19 february, 2020
We went as a group of males and got a relatability cheap deal. So I wasn’t expecting too much! The room itself was for 2 adults. Clean room, but faced on to the Main Street. TV only had one German speaking channel which didn’t help if you wished to relax. Unsure if WiFi available All in all.. not a bad place if looking to go with a group close to the clubs and bars! No food served at hotel also. Staff were friendly
Good enough for what I needed.
Reviewed 18 january, 2020
I don't understand how people want to purposely dump on, or do low ratings for budget hotels. You get what you pay for. I had a few quiet nights and today is Thursday. Club downstairs is hopping and loud. Am I going to complain? Nope. Because this was an affordable option near public transit *that takes me to and from the Hamburg Airport. It has a grocery store within walking distance. It has night-life as it is near the BeatlesPlatz and it's literally in the club and girlie-bar area known as the Reeperbahn and St Pauli part of town. So much is within walking distance. I was following Google directions and well, a few places were literally a stone's throw from the hotel. I used the beautiful Arcotel as a landmark, so every tike I got home to the hotel I knew where I was based on the other hotel. It is inconspicuous from street level and the club downstairs has a cow hanging. So any way to help a directionally- challenged traveler like me helps. I even got lucky after hopping off a harbour tour and walked up to the St Pauli subway station. So central, the Centro is befitting the brand. (Centro/Central) The room is spare and basic. Two single beds were smooshed together and it was fine. I slept on one side the whole stay. I didn't expect much and the basics were there. A shower, toilet and sink. The sink is tiny, so I made a watery mess when splashing my face. Never mind the weird square shape of the shower with a ledge I neglected to cover the first night, and had to sop up water and wring the floor towel. I hung to dry and it was usable the next day. Disposable plastic cup and all-in one shampoo/body wash is squeezable as needed. A basic hairdryer is plugged in. A small glass ledge holds some items. The bathroom is tiny but I don't expect luxury and space while in a budget place. The toilet works as a push and you have to press the top to stop the water. So I had to get used to it. No biggie. I am more shocked that you have to pay to use water closets here. Even at some businesses. The bed has fold down night table on each side. Good for plugging my phone. No alarm clock. Had to use my phone for the time. No fridge or desk. A narrow console acts as a desk with an ottoman as a chair. Radiator heats the room. Pigeons coo by the operable window in the morning. I coukd use a better view than a low rooftop, but I am not about to sweat it when I leave after freshening up in the mornings. I open the unscreened window to air out and freshen the space as I was getting ready. The temperatures here are higher than at home, so it has been nice enough to open for a half hour each morning during my visit. For safety, you lock the door behind you. No closet, an open high shelf has a rail and 4 hangers. The full-length mirror has 2 tiny pegs. You'll need to walk up stairs to access check in and your room if you book here. No elevator. And someone disobeys the no smoking rule, because I can notice it. I just keep repeating the mantra...you get what you pay for... A police station and McDonald's, Burger King, lots of places selling Middle Eastern foods like donairs *shawarmas* and Yum..try tropical Fanta. So make your stay what you want of it. Its pluses outweighs the minuses. Have fun in Hamburg!
HORRIBLE HOTEL AVOID ABSOLUTELY AND VIOLENT STAFF
Reviewed 2 january, 2020
We stayed several days at the Centro Hotel Keese. On Tuesday evening, we found our room undone. The beds were undone, the soap bottles have been thrown just above the toilets, the toilets have been thrown above the table in the room instead of being in the bathroom and the door was left unlock. The toilets were dirty and the room as well. When I went to the reception to complain, the asian staff that was here lought about it. On Wednesday night, we came back to our room and found that several things had disappeared from the room. When we went to report the matter to the reception, the receptionist called the manager of the housekeeping and he came over. He was very impolite. He offered to give us 100 euros but in exchange we would have to stop the phone conversation and stop complaining. he left like an animal as he lost patience. he is an employee there and he was not allowed to give us orders or blackmail us. I run after him but he refused to stop and come back. He told me to write an email. He is a very impolite person, very unprofessional. I also payed for the cleaning service of the room and our room was not clean or done at all. I am entitled to a refund. On the last morning there was another issue: we went to the reception ton find out about the refund and the receptionist said there was no answer yet. He refused to listen. The normal check out time is 11 am and we wanted to keep the key of the room until that time but the receptionist became physical and violent.
Clean but eh
Reviewed 29 october, 2019
Room super small you can barely move. There’s only one light by the door. at night the room is super dark. Clean room and 24/7 reception which is good. Very central. But again would’ve have loved to have space and lights inside.
Short post-festival stay 2019
Reviewed 9 september, 2019
We stayed for 2 nights in the Centro Hotel Keese in Hamburg in August 2019, after a weekend at Wacken festival. The hotel is right near the eastern end of the Reeperbahn and only a few minutes walk from two U-Bahn stops, so is very convenient for getting around the city. The reception staff are friendly and helpful. With that in mind, this hotel did exactly what we needed it to; it was somewhere to sleep, and a base to explore Hamburg from. As the other reviews say, our bedroom was very small; we had a double bed and just enough room to sidle around it, and that was it. However, I'd say our room was clean, we had no issues with the hygiene, and the shower was decent. Our room's window faced away from the Reeperbahn over a rooftop with lots of pigeons, so it was sheltered from a lot of the party noise but didn't have much of a view. If you're looking for a destination hotel for a luxury stay, this is not the place for you. If you need somewhere in Hamburg to sleep on a budget and to explore from, this is ideal.