The history of the Süllberg can be traced back to 1060, when a first fortress was built on the 75m high elevation. The buildings we see today originate from the end of the 19th century. Though, as early as 1850, the Süllberg was one of the most popular restaurant destinations. Generations of Hamburg citizens celebrated glamorous balls, memorable feasts and parties there.
Today the luxurious 5 star Süllberg hotel in Hamburg-Blankenese welcomes its guests with the unique atmosphere of Hanseatic charm and stylish elegance.
The beautifully laid out terraces cast a spell on the visitors with an enchanting view over the river Elbe’s scenery. Hotel guests and day visitors rest under majestic lime and oak trees while dishes in the classic tradition are served on the gourmet terrace. Those who prefer less formal delicacies are being treated to culinary specialities on the deck-7 terrace. In the beer garden pretzels, steak, chicken and other treats await cyclists and walkers; however, the most perfect setting for a sunset drink is offered by the Seaside Lounge.
The Hotel Süllberg is full of individual flair, especially after extensive renovation over recent years and transformed by the two Michelin star chef Karlheinz Hauser and his team into a radiant focal point in Hamburg’s history.
Manager & Head Sommelier: Patrick Ufer