MY HOTEL IS MY HOME
Your home in the Boutique Hotel Hamburg.
Located in the middle of the city right in the heart of the Schanzenviertel, just across the Sternschanze S-Bahn station and within walking distance of Hamburg's Messeviertel, you can find The Boutique Hotel Hamburg "Fritz im Pyjama". This beautiful art nouveau house provides a total of 17 lovingly designed rooms in the mid-century look of the 50s-60s and captivates with its unique atmosphere and appealing ambience. A feel-good place to relax or simply: your second home.
Single, double or triple - in our 17 different rooms, none of which is like the other, you can make yourself comfortable and relax completely. Arrive and switch off - comfort and tranquility! In the building, which is over 100 years old, each room is immersed in a harmonious world of colors, providing a sense of calm.
Reception & Lounge
The reception is open daily from 7am - 9pm. Our team will be happy to answer any questions and help you plan your stay if you wish. Outside reception hours, we are of course still available for you at the following number: + 49 40 309936870. Our cozy lounge is the perfect place to read your book in peace or plan your stay in Hamburg. Let yourself fall and linger for a moment. Our lounge is also the perfect place to exchange ideas with other guests or to make exciting contacts.
This is how you start your wonderful day in Hamburg: Just order your breakfast to your room and crawl back to bed! Of course you can also eat at the table and make use of the wonderfully filled minibar.
+49 40 82 22 28 30
SCHANZENSTRASSE 101 / 103
20357 HAMBURG / GERMANY
FRITZ IM PYJAMA guests live in the center of Hamburg, in the trendy nightlife and shopping district called the "Schanzenviertel". Tim Mälzers restaurant "Die Bullerei" is found very nearby and a few corners further you can already reach the Hamburg fair district. The Sternschanze S-Bahn station is also just a stone's throw away - a perfect starting point. For example: Two stops by train and you are directly in the city center or at the Reeperbahn in St. Pauli from where you can stroll over to the harbor and down to the Elbe.