Deluxe Studio at Base

Kieler Straße 212, 22525, Hamburg
2 adults
25 sq/m
1 Bedroom
1 Queen Bed

The 25 square metre Deluxe Studios have a queen-size bed, an ensuite bathroom, a fully equipped kitchenette, a dining area for two, a workspace with a desk and a wide-reaching window, allowing for a lot of natural light. All Deluxe Studios include high-speed Wi-Fi, ideal for working remotely, and a flat-screen TV with international channels. The studios can accommodate up to 2 people.

Room Amenities
  • Kitchen


  • Work station

    Work station

  • Work station

    Work station

  • Air Conditioning

    Air Conditioning

  • TV


  • Local Breakfast Available

    Local Breakfast Available

Further info

Check-In Time:15:00

Early Check-In Upon Request

Check-Out Time:11:00

Late Check-Out Upon Request

Please note:

The charm and character of our European buildings make variations within each category inevitable. Although all apartments in this category are similar in size and amenities, they may differ slightly in layout. Therefore, the room or apartment you see in the pictures might be slightly different from the one you get allocated.


Jimmy A.

about 19 days ago

Really cool an well equipped apartment. very friendly and professional communication. The location was a bit difficult to get to and there was noise from the road. But excellent value for money!

Becca L.

about a month ago

Great apartment in convenient location and plenty of facilities around the area. Would definitely stay again!

Yavy S.

about a month ago

Nice place to stay and accurately described by the pictures.

The Eimsbüttel Neighbourhood

Located northwest of Hamburg, the district Eimsbüttel is home to many parks and tree-lined streets, perfect for a walk or a run. To enhance your stay, our team will provide you with a carefully selected list of recommendations on restaurants, places to visit and activities to undertake during your stay.

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