Nobu Hospitality founders Robert De Niro, Nobu Matsuhisa, and Meir Teper (from left).
Nobu Hospitality - an exclusive lifestyle brand founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper - is coming to Germany. An exclusive hotel and restaurant is being built in the David Chipperfield-designed Elbtower. The opening is planned for 2025, after completion of the high-rise project. As real estate developer, Nobu Hospitality is teaming up with Signa Real Estate for the project.
The Nobu Hotel Elbtower Hamburg will offer 191 generously designed rooms and suites
, a Nobu restaurant with 200 seats,
a terrace bar and lounge with a view of the Elbe
. In addition to the restaurant, the hotel will also have high-quality function rooms
for corporate and social events.
Another highlight will be the Nobu Private Members Club
. Members will benefit from a private lounge,
access to the hotel's fitness and wellness area
and exclusive events. Nobu is one of the world's renowned luxury hospitality brands, known for its award-winning "new style" Japanese cuisine
. In the most attractive locations of
"We are delighted to be working with Signa on the development of Nobu Hotel in the great city of Hamburg," said Robert De Niro
and Chef Nobu Matsuhisa
, Founder of Nobu Hospitality.
CEO Signa Real Estate Germany: "The partnership with Nobu Hospitality underlines our project development in HafenCity. The location in the Elbtower fits perfectly into the Nobu collection and will be one of the most exclusive destinations in Hamburg."
Further targets under consideration Trevor Horwell,
CEO Nobu Hospitality, comments, "We are in the process of exploring further destinations with Signa. Hamburg is an attractive destination for travellers and a perfect fit for our global clientele. The Elbtower itself is a world-class project at the heart of which will be our Nobu Hotel and Restaurant."
The Elbtower - architectural and urban development highlight
Designed by renowned architectural firm David Chipperfield Archite
cts, the 245-metre, 64-storey Elbtower
will complete the city's skyline with its striking and curved façade. It forms a design counterpoint to the famous Elbphilharmonie concert hall
The Elbtower was designed by David Chipperfield Architects.
It is both the prelude and the conclusion for the still young HafenCity district. With their innovative layouts, the publicly accessible ground floors
offer a variety of shops, restaurants, co-working spaces and cultural uses
. They thus form the focal point of the Elbtower. Here, office users, hotel guests, tourists and Hamburg residents will find a high quality of stay that invites them to linger. The tower itself consists of the most modern, flexibly configurable office spaces in which the working world of tomorrow will find a home. A roof terrace at a
height of 225
meters offers an incomparable view over the city.