Unlock Art™: Deichtorhallen + Alster Boat Trip - complimentary
Room keys that open more than doors.
Le Méridien programm Unlock Art™ and its renowned artists as Michael Lin, Hisham Bharoocha and Sam Samroe created keycards that are more than just keys to your hotel room, they are real artworks.
Your room key also offers the possibility to explore Hamburg from a unique perspective!
All guests sleeping at Le Méridien Hamburg can enjoy
as part of the Unlock Art™ Programme.
Discover the latest exhibitions of the Deichtorhallen, Hamburg.
Free boat trip on the Alster lake
For experiencing the charm of Hamburg and the Alster lake, we recommend you to join our free boat trip on the Alster lake. Enjoy your Alster cruise and discover all the beauty, charm and flair that the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg can offer. It’s your individual choice at which of the nine stops all around the Alster you wish to board or leave the ship. The landing stage is located only a short walk from Le Méridien Hamburg. The boat takes you once around the Outer Alster, as close to the banks as possible. Discover Hamburg’s stunning panorama with its church spires and bridges, as well as the beautiful natural life along the lakeside. Hop on board and enjoy a free Alster cruise - due to the Unlock Art™ programme!
Landing stage (Alster cruise): ca. 400m in front of the hotel
Trip duration: ca. 60 min.
Time to landing stage Jungfernstieg: ca. 5 min.
Trip route Alster cruise: (see map)
Exhibitions of the Museum Deichtorhallen, Hamburg
Deichtorhallen Hamburg, ©Deichtorhallen Hamburg
Deichtorhallen Hamburg is one of Europe’s largest exhibition center for contemporary art and photography. The two historical buildings dating from 1911-1913 are real eye-catchers, with their open steel-and-glass structures. It is an architecture that today creates the backdrop for spectacular major international shows. The Deichtorhallen Hamburg are separated into three buildings, the »Hall for Contemporary Art« and the »House of Photography« in the South, which is based on the collection of F.C. Gundlach. Since 2011 those two buildings were complemented with the branch Falckenberg Collection in Hamburg-Harburg at the crossing of Hamburg’s Art Mile to the HafenCity.