Hotel Indre By

In the heart of the Scandinavian metropolis, the 25hours Hotel Indre By has found its home. The 19th century building once housed a porcelain factory, and was later used as a university building. Art and knowledge have become exciting new bedfellows in the hotel they now call home. Centrally located between the Round Tower and the Kobmagergade shopping street, 243 rooms are waiting to be explored. Room categories range from Small to Gigantic and offer a retreat to suit every traveller and their needs. Whether it’s the Vinyl Room or the Love Library, hidden places are situated all over the hotel, ready to be discovered. The NENI restaurant and Café Duse are the perfect places to socialise for hotel guests and locals alike, and the Boilerman Bar in the basement is ideal for relaxed evenings filled with music and top-class drinks.

Hotel Zurich West

Formerly an industrial area, now with new clubs, global companies, contemporary museums – the neighbourhood surrounding the 25hours Hotel Zurich West thrives on change. The central bar in the lobby is a marketplace for hotel guests, locals, and the neighbourhood’s scene kids. During the day, it offers workspaces and a relaxed atmosphere for meetings. For a lunch at noon, after work for a drink, pre-drinking before going clubbing, and everything inbetween. Always included: The view over the little Hard Turm Park and the terrace during summer.

Hotel Zurich Langstrasse

The 25hours Hotel Zurich Langstrasse is also a pawn shop. Not enough cash to pay for your hotel accommodation? Or do you have something at home that deserves a larger audience? The 25hours Hotel Zurich Langstrasse could well be the first hotel in the world where you can pay for your stay with art and stuff. Pretty, valuable, decorative and/or useful things are accepted in place of payment. Small items of furniture, art, technology and curios are welcome: we like surprises.

Hotel Vienna at MuseumsQuarter

Come on in. At the 25hours Hotel Vienna at MuseumsQuartier, guests are submerged in a bold circus of artists, clowns and elephants. The hotel is their stage. The Augsburg-based design team, Dreimeta, led by Armin Fischer breathes new life into dreams and sensations. You won’t find anything clichée here. Sexy and surprising, surreal and exotic: Vibrant colours, unique vintage finds and exclusive wallpaper by the Berlin-based illustrator, Olaf Hayek shape the design of the 183 guest rooms and 34 suites. The crowning glory: The roof terrace famous across the city with a spectacular few of Vienna and the MuseumsQuartier with the best drinks in the city. In the RIBELLI restaurant, antipasti from our own in-house salumeria, Neapolitan pizzas and traditional dishes hot from the oven are served.

The Royal Bavarian

In the magnificent building at Bahnhofplatz 1, the 25hours Hotel Munich The Royal Bavarian has found its place in Munich. A building with its own rich history: In the last century, it still served as a building for the postal service and a royal telegraph station. Today, it is a meeting point for travellers and city explorers. At the heart of the 25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian is the eatery NENI as well as the NENI Deli. It´s where our guests gather for an Oriental lunch or dinner. The Boilerman Bar on the 1st floor is the perfect place to socialise and meet friendly people.

Altes Hafenamt

In the little Captain’s home with 49 cosy cabins, Hamburg’s history is brought to life. The oldest building in the HafenCity, which is also a listed building, is now home to contemporary design with industrial charm, ecclectic cuisine, and long drinks. The guest rooms designed by the Augsburg-based design team, Dreimeta, are cosy, intimate, and individual. The former Port Authority building was a meeting point for seafarers for many years, where people from all walks of life would share there experiences. Guests can reach the NENI Hamburg restaurant via a gangway on the ground floor. Here, guests are served East-Mediterranean cuisine that is perfect for sharing. You can enjoy an apéritif or a nightcap at the neighbouring Boilerman Bar, where a portrait of the Harbourmaster keeps watch.


Constantly growing and ever changing: HafenCity, with the Elbphilharmonie as the city’s new landmark, is like the port of Hamburg itself. With its shipping containers and the mighty Elbe, it is an integral part of the interior design concept at the 25hours Hotel Hamburg HafenCity, which was developed by Hamburg-based Stephen Williams Associates in cooperation with Eventlabs and storyteller Markus Stoll and set designer Conni Kotte. In the central HafenCity district, guests can quench their thirst for travel in their rooms. Sailors’ yarns and a history of the port included.

The Goldman

The 25hours Hotel Frankfurt The Goldman is located on Hanauer Landstraße in Frankfurt’s creative east end. Modern architecture carves out its place here alongside industrial memorials. Night owls encounter business travellers, big city adventurers meet urban pilgrims. Local legends and international celebrities, above all the famous director from the neighbourhood, Ardi Goldman, gives the splash of colour in the districts its multi-faceted personality.  The Oost Bar can be a lounge, a bar, or a stage for local artists. At the Goldman Restaurant, stylish ambience meets an honest cuisine of the highest standard.

The Trip

Africa, Asia, Oceania, distant lands, foreign cultures. The Frankfurt-based artist Michael Dreher and the team at Morgen Interiors are bringing the whole world into Frankfurt’s Bahnhofsviertel with their concept. From the ground floor to the loft, each floor of the 25hours Hotel The Trip is reminiscent of adventurous journeys and legendary expeditions. The Arctic, tropics and mountains become laid-back sanctuaries imbued with a quiet thirst for adventure and a longing for faraway places. Under the motto “Israel meets Palestine”, at the BAR SHUKA restaurant, Oriental dishes are brought together on the plate. People from all over the world tell their stories in the Bollywood cinema, the Italian SHUKA CAFE and the Japanese SHUKA BAR.

Hotel Das Tour

L‘ amour toujours – a very special liaison in the new Düsseldorf district Le Quartier Central: The major Rhine city of Düsseldorf and its proximity to France inspired the Swedish creative team, Stylt Trampoli, to weave German engineering and French artistic flair into a holistic concept for the 25hours Hotel Das Tour. Highlights include the restaurant and bar: The Paris Club extends over two storeys: The restaurant on the 16th floor is the place to meet for lunch or dinner. Visitors to the 17th-floor bar enjoy a spectacular view of Düsseldorf while sampling our range of French highballs. The rooms? Languorous, artistic charm and warm hues in the French Chambres, or straightforward design and clear colours in the German Rooms. The two worlds collide in the Melange Suites. The spa on the 14th floor offers a similarly breathtaking view. Travellers and locals will find a French café, a kiosk and a bike shop on the ground floor.

Hotel One Central

One Central’s new living room is here. Relaxed, fun and packed full of things to do. Guests of the 25hours Hotel Dubai One Central can experience how the ancient traditions of the Bedouins are brought back to a modern life. Overlooking the Museum of the Future, near Dubai International Financial Centre, the hotel boasts 434 rooms and suites in addition to flexible events and co-working space. A total of five characterful restaurants and bars take guests on a culinary trip around the world from Northern India to the Beer Gardens of Bavaria: this is where urban nomads meet desert flowers, where local heroes meet the well-traveled. Alongside rental of MINI cars and Schindelhauer bikes the hotel will also feature The Extra Hour Spa, a rooftop pool and Dubai’s first mixed-use rooftop sauna.

The Circle

The 25hours Hotel The Circle is situated just a few minutes’ walk from the city in a spectacular rotunda in the heart of Cologne. In collaboration with 25hours, the Berlin creative team from Studio Aisslinger, headed by interior designer Werner Aisslinger, developed a design concept on the subject of retro-futurism for the listed building in the middle of the Friesenviertel district. The spacious main hall, in which once upon a time policy holders of the Gerling Group paid their insurance contributions, now has a welcoming café and co-working spaces for stress-free working and relaxing. The 207 rooms are urban retreats with contrasting themes -playful retro style meets imaginative future utopias. At the heart of the 25hours Hotel The Circle are the Restaurant NENI and the Monkey Bar on the 8th floor with a unique view of Cologne Cathedral.

Hotel Bikini Berlin

In Berlin’s relaxed living room, lions and giraffes meet city legends and explorers. The listed Bikini building is home to the 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin with a direct view to the Zoologischen Garten to the north and West Berlin’s hallmark to the south.  The lobby with a reception, a hammock lounge, a kiosk and the guest rooms with a view of the Kaiser-Wilhelm memorial church ooze the raw, unpolished charm of the Berlin creative scene. The rooms facing the zoo, as well as the jungle sauna with a view of monkeys and elephants, the restaurant NENI Berlin on the roof, and the Monkey Bar with a spectacular roof terrace all offer an excellent view of the tranquil park at the heart of Berlin.

Hotel Terminus Nord

The City of Love has plenty on offer for its visitors. Whether it’s classic sightseeing or a trip along or on the Seine, the 25hours Hotel Terminus Nord is the ideal starting point from which to explore the city. The hotel is situated directly opposite the Gare du Nord train station. If you’re arriving in Paris by train, all you have to do is cross the station forecourt and you’re already at the entrance to the hotel. Once you get to your room, you’ll see for yourself: Montmartre’s Sacré-Coeur is not far away. Popular sights such as the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe can also be easily reached thanks to the central location by the Gare du Nord train station.

Hotel Piazza San Paolino

25hours Hotel Piazza San Paolino is situated in the Santa Maria Novella district in the heart of Florence. The design of the hotel, conceived by interior designer Paola Navone and her team, is eclectically inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy and is full of allusions to this work: scenes from heaven and hell are playfully alternated and guide you through the virtues and vices of Dante’s world. San Paolino restaurant is the lively centre of the historic palazzo. A lush courtyard garden, a traditional Negroni bar and an Alimentari for groceries, snacks or an aperitivo complete the culinary offering. Inhouse Cinema Paradiso film lounge shows curated movies on regular base.