Superbude St. Pauli
The Superbude is both, staying with friends and living in a hotel. Rather than the usual accommodation establishment, this hostel-hotel is more a funky flat share without the cleaning schedule.
Upcycled items are used for the trendy furniture and thus given a whole new meaning and life: Couches are upholstered with used jeans, wheel barrows become comfy seats, freight boxes turn into kitchen cupboards and old water pipes are used for tables and shelves. Thanks to its location in the harbour city of Hamburg, the Superbude St. Pauli also uses ropes and euro-pallets for its funky furniture.
89 rooms are available at Superbude St. Pauli: Singles, doubles, triples, quadrupels, quintuples, sextupels & the one and only Rockstarsuite that sleeps six. The trendy district of St. Pauli offers plenty of shops, restaurants, bars and clubs within easy walking distance.
A tasty buffet breakfast is served daily and the do-it-yourself kitchen is also available for your own cooking. The friendly and international staff is happy to assist with insider suggestions, bicycle rentals and tasty items from the self-service fridges.
This place is really a simply cool Superbude!
Even better: There are two! Another one is located in Hamburg’s district of St. Georg.
What makes this hotel simply cool? The creative design and funky upcycled furniture