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The individual and unobtrusive charm of the more than 227-year-old Hotel Louis C. Jacob makes the top hotel an ideal retreat on the famous Elbchaussee. The guests appreciate the Hanseatic flair - when looking out of the window at the passing ships as well as admiring the works of art inside.
Muse for Max Liebermann
A total of 500 pictures and original graphics, mostly by local artists, adorn the guest rooms and public areas. The incomparable location on the river Elbe, only 20 minutes from the city center, already inspired the impressionist Max Liebermann in 1902. Back than, he visited the popular restaurant destination to paint the light play on the lime tree terrace high above the Elbe. Even today, guests can stay in the Liebermannzimmer (Liebermann room) in the oldest part of the house. Here you can experience up close, where once the famous picture originated, which is today on display in the Hamburger Kunsthalle. He also made the painting "View from the Terrace of the Jacob Restaurant " during his stay, which today hangs in the living room of the traditional hotel. Gourmets also appreciate this view in Jacobs Restaurant. Here, Chef de Cuisine Thomas Martin's two-Michelin-starred cuisine and the view of the Lime trees and Elbe river are a treat.