The large lobby is very traditional with wooden floor tiles and square pillars clad in dark wood. There is also a comfortable seating area.
The building is a traditional hanseatic red brick building, which is integrated into the elegant hanse-viertel, Europe's longest shopping aracade.
The corridors leading to the rooms are quite narrow and dark due to the brick walls, but the rooms are large and comfortably furnished with extra large beds. The style of the furniture and the decoration is a bit dated, but nonetheless of high quality and in very good condition. Many rooms have attractive views of hamburg's bustling city centre.
The subtely lit restaurant, which is located on the ground floor is decorated and furnished in different brown shades, partly featuring bare brick walls which lend it a very traditional atmosphere. The elegant bar has the same colour scheme as the restaurant and a piano for live entertainment.