|Low season||October||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||November||most expensive time to stay|
|35%||expected price decrease|
|28%||expected price increase|
£48 - £100
|Cheapest day of week||Thursday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Tuesday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
Lowest Holiday Rental Price
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Hamburg's nightlife is known as a hidden gem by travellers, with plenty to compete with other top destinations such as Berlin and Barcelona. If you want the classic party experience in Hamburg, then look for a holiday rental in the legendary neighbourhood of St Pauli. The "red-light district" of Hamburg features everything from sailors’ pubs to all-night clubs where you can enjoy great atmospheres and top DJs. For more of an alternative vibe, with no less of the energy, then look for holiday rentals in the trendy area of Sternschanze, where you can also enjoy plenty of independent shops and quirky cafés on the day following your unforgettable night out in Hamburg.
Families visiting Hamburg should look for holiday rentals in the centre of the city, particularly in its historic Old Town. Here, the whole family can be within walking distance of its top attractions including the incredible Miniatur Wunderland - a model railway that is truly remarkable in its detail, and the peaceful Planten un Blomen - a city park that makes an ideal destination for a picnic, weather permitting. Furthermore, families can take advantage of Hamburg's convenient location in Germany by staying in the city centre and enjoying day trips around the country from the city's train station, which can be easily accessed on foot from the Old Town. Lastly, staying in the Old Town makes it easy for you to leave the city to visit some of the attractions that are slightly outside the city limits such as the zoo at Tierpark Hagenbeck or the Planetarium that is on the site of the Stadtpark.
With your own holiday rental in Hamburg, you can feel truly like a local in this wonderful German city and start living like one too. Choose the neighbourhood where you want to stay and find a Hamburg holiday rental that has everything you need. Also, with your own holiday rental you can enjoy your very own kitchen, which is ideal for getting to know German cuisine. In particular, Hamburg has a proud culinary heritage that you can try your hand at making at home. Head to a local supermarket to stock up on ingredients and try your hand at cooking up Franzbrötchen for breakfast, a type of French roll that was supposedly inspired by Napoleon's army; Currywurst for lunch, an iconic dish that combines a traditional German sausage with spices; Labskaus for dinner, a stew that was invented by sailors and is known for its use of beetroot; and finally Rote Grütze for dessert, a Hamburg favourite that combines custard with red berries. Furthermore, don't think that a holiday rental in Hamburg means you have to miss out on all the luxuries that a hotel offers. In Hamburg, you can find holiday rentals that offer top facilities including swimming pools and Jacuzzis to make sure your trip to Germany has everything that you could want.
The average length of a holiday rental booking in Hamburg is 8 nights.
Around £115 per night is the typical cost of a holiday apartment in Hamburg - note that if you are booking an apartment for a larger group or require more rooms and facilities in your rental, the price will likely be higher.
October is typically when Hamburg holiday apartment and rental property prices are at their lowest, with prices around 35% lower than the Hamburg peak season.
The most popular areas to book Hamburg holiday rentals in are St.Pauli, Harburg, and Mitte.
The number of operators available for hotels in Hamburg is 1,203 as of December 2023.
Prices for hotels in Hamburg are updated daily.
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