Park Hyatt

Park Hyatt

Hamburg | Germany

Dal 1998 | ID Hirsch Bedner Associates

Frederick Barbarossa exempted Hamburg from customs duty and from that moment on the city developed around its port and became a major centre for international shipping. The Park Hyatt hotel lies in the heart of the city, on the famous Mönckebergstraße, within the Levantehaus, an art deco building dating back to the beginning of the last century. Interna produced exclusively all the furniture for the public areas and for the 230 guest rooms, the 20 suites and the 30 apartments, mixing the maritime tradition and a certain old-world charm with state-of-the-art facilities and a 21st-century interior design. The common spaces highlighted stunning sophisticated materials along with pure, clean ones: precious marbles and stones like blue and white onyx combined with stainless steel, matt cherrywood and natural beechwood to create a relaxing atmosphere. The project also included the faithful reproduction of local artisanal masterpieces, such as a large carved door exhibited at the Museum of Popular Traditions and Arts.
The rooms, spacious and luminous, offered to the guests a perfect mix of natural materials, warm colours and all the comforts of modern technology while the presidential suite, with its simple luxury, made the guests feel at ease and cared for.