Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. The front desk is staffed during limited hours..
Values realeated to administratives fees are already included at the moment of purchase at the HURB website.Local fees, services fees and resort fees may not be included and should be paid directly to the hotel.
Based on 47 reviews
Not bad considering the price
For 25 euros for a single room in a great area of Hamburg, I ain't complaining. It did exactly what I needed it to - a place to rest my head after a heavy night of drinking. There's no reception but the property does message you after you book to let you know the code into the building. There is also a massive sign on the door saying St Pauli Lodge. Just got to open your eyes a bit to find it as all the houses around the area look exactly the same. Maybe a flag or something to make it stand out would be helpful? Shared bathroom was clean enough. The walls and the pillow were incredibly thin. But again, at 25 euros you get what you pay for.
Worst customer support ever!
When you arrive to the place there is no way to contact the receptionist but calling to the hotel, if you are a tourist from germany is ok, if you are from somewhere else, we ready to increase your phone bill, then, when you call him, he does not speak english, or even try to say a word in english, (in booking is says they do speak english), he tries to tell you the password to go in, in german, and repeat it many times, but If you dont understand german, he will not go outside to open the door, you ll have to guess it or ask someone walking around the street to help you, then when u finnaly enter the hotel, there is noone waiting for you and no key as well, there is a paper with your name and number of room, and some explanations about the hostel, (in german ofcourse), unless you know german or ask someone again, you ll not know that your key is waiting for u inside the room, to sum up a place where you should not go.
Decent, clean, affordable
Stayed here for 2 nights. A very basic, clean and affordable hotel / guesthouse about 10 minutes walk from the Reeperbahn. Breakfast not included, but it had everything we needed. No separate reception, keys and room number were waiting in the lobby when we arrived. Check in 15:00 / checkout 11:00. If you just want an affordable place for the night then this is for you.
Used 1 room, paid 2
Hotel didnt Tell me two rooms booked when I checked in. Me or hotel.de made a mistake. Hotel missed to discuss with me when checking in and billed double even though I used only one room. There was Never a 2nd Person coming and they never handed out a key. Even they gave me the less comfortable of the two booked rooms and even for that I asked to relocate as first room was tiny place in the attic. Hotel.de rejects responsibility and didn't solve. Others might have a perfect experience with hotel.de and st Pauli lodge but by me neither one will be used again
My laptop was robbed out of the room — nobody feels responsible. No insurance.
This is my first review. I want to warn everybody to book a night in this hotel. But, lets start with something good. The Lodge is in a pretty good neighbourhood if you consider walking distances to the Schanze or the Reeperbahn. Maybe this explains the rest of the story. I'm not sure. When I arrived, there was no staff and my rooms humidity was 100%. The bathroom is attached to the sleeping room, so there is no possibility to avoid vapor getting into your sleeping quarters. It basically feels like a monsoon season inside of your room. Sleeping is impossible if you desire oxygen to do so. The only thing you can do is open the window and door as often as you can and hope for some wind to blow. Unfortunately this was a business trip and I usually came home very late. In one of those warm nights I decided, that sleeping was impossible in such conditions and went out with friends instead. I left the window open with the curtain closed, hoping that it would help with the smell. I knew that the front door of the hotel is secured by a code, so I felt pretty safe in doing so, because my room was inside a closed garden, that you can only enter through the hotel main entrance. Well, it turns out everybody in the city knows that code, because managers and employees never think about to change it. When I came home late at night, my laptop was gone, and a footprint on my window reminded me what a fool I was. The hotel has no cameras, no employees to watch out and as I said, the code is easy to remember and known by every previous guest. What angers me the most is the reaction of the manager, though. Their insurance will not pay any damages because I could not tell the time and place of the robbery. Also there are no signs of illegal entrance in the room, although the police found them. (Really?) Therefore I will post this to warn everybody to pay 70€ for what is easily the worst hotel experience of my life.