Jugendherberge Hamburg Auf Dem Stintfang53.54635, 9.97148
Surrounded by a museum and monuments, Jugendherberge Hamburg Auf Dem Stintfang offers 88 guestrooms featuring a panoramic view.
The property is situated 1.9 km away from Schanzenviertel Hamburg. Serving a wide range of dishes, Ocean Restaurant and Nello Ristorante can be reached within 5 minutes’ walk.
This hostel is only 50 meters from St. Pauli underground station.
Jugendherberge Hamburg Auf Dem Stintfang offers a mix of Twin Room, 8-bed mixed Dorm and 6-bed mixed Dorm. Heating, a dressing room, a personal computer, a CD player and a private toilet are at hand. Rooms include access to private bathrooms.
Guests of Jugendherberge Hamburg Auf Dem Stintfang are welcome to use a baggage storage, a meeting room and a lift.
There are tennis and billiard offered to guests.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
No parking available.
Number of rooms: 88.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
Bar/ Lounge area
Sports & Fitness
- Billiard tables
- Table tennis
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Snack bar
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds
In the Room
1 Bed in shared room
- City landmarks
The location was nice, very close to train station just a walk 5 minutes. Closed to the harbour, comfortable when you travelled with ship (Used Hamburg card just 8.9 Euro for travelling all transportation including ship, unlimited time for 24 hr). And closed to Fish market. Funny. Staffs are helpful and friendly. Pleantyful of foods but the breakfast start 7-9 am. I do not know (forgot to ask them) so the first day I missed the breakfast. Great to be there.
Good view from terrace.
Too expensive internet! It costs 5 euro per hour...incredible price for this period.
Very dood location, an amazing view to the Elb, very tasty breakfast, good prices
If you have no wi-fi and want to use hostel's computers - it's too expensive - 10 cent/min and computers is not convinient in use.
The location was perfect. Near the city center, the nightlife and not to far away from other tourist attractions (the harbor, the Alster lake etc.). Also the breakfast was pretty nice, considering it a youth hostel.
The price was way too much for sleeping in a room, sharing with 6 other people. I was there with a friend of mine and there were 4 bunk beds in the room (so we and 6 other people slept there). Costs were 20 euro per night per person. Normally I can get a decent twin bed room for 50 euro per night in most European cities, (so 25 euro per person). Maybe it was due the fact it was very busy in Hamburg at the time (21-23 May), but a youth hostel should not raise his prices then in my opinion! Also if you are not member of some kind of youth organisation, you have to pay 3.10 euro extra.
The location was great. The breakfast was pretty good as well for a ''youth hostel''. Funny thing was, at the time we (a friend and I) we there, there were mostly older people staying here. We were there on 21-23 May when there was a Marathon going on in Hamburg.
For a youth hostel, the price is a bit expensive. We had a single room the second night and then the price was ok. But we slept in a bunk bed instead of 2 normal single beds.
Perfectly located - 50m form S-Bahn station, with a wonderful view on the Hafen from the windows and the glass canteen. Stylish design of the interior.
Sometimes - not very friendly staff. Sometimes - the light in the WC didn't work and it was not very clean in the bath. And, yes, an obligation to pay EUR 3.10 per night for "Welcome Stamps" if you don't have a membership of the "Hostelling International" - I am not really sure of it was mention in the online booling procedure.
Beautiful hostel. Very good breakfast. Each bed has electrical point and reading light. Very close to main attractions and near a train and u-bahn station.
Expensive wifi. It is also more expensive from other hostels in Germany which offer similar good service or better service.
Location and view from the window
They should put more attention that this hotel is a member of "Hostelling international" community. We didnt notice that and that is why we shoud pay extra money in order to get a membership card and had an opportunity to stay in a hostel. This is a hostel for school children and sport teams mostly from germany...that is why it is really calm and discipline there. We cant say that the staff was really friendly to us, maybe coz we were not a sport team? ;)
Hostel was very clean, with excellent location and good buffet breakfast.
I emailed them that I'm arriving late at night and keep my booked room, but when I arrived there the reception said me I missed my room and he switched me to a salon – probably a library or restaurant – with some bed and blanket, without any bath, closet and other facilities. Also, at the arriving they charge me 3 Euros per night for the "welcome stamp", but I didn’t know about it already; I think the hostel should inform costumers about all o of payments at the time of booking. Internet was too expensive – 5 Euros for Wi lan and 6 Euros for cable lan per hour!!
I did book a wrong bed for the night and they helped me with another bed even if the hostel was fully booked.
Internet was not included in the price of the bed.
Charges too high for internet access
Need extra money for everything! For internet(5€ per hour), for hic( 3.9€ per night), for towels(2€). Location is near area with clubs, prostitutes ets.
nut much. Just it worth for money if you are under 26... and you have everything for your trip... The location is good though...
they charged me extra for not being a youth club member and not being under 26. When I asked there were no such info/prices on the website, the lady said. There is a small box that if you click it, you see more conditions. This is not fair at all... in the booking page , everything should be visible clearly. I chose this hotel for the low price, but at the end it was more expensive than staying at a hotel. By the way, it is good for those who can tolerate having disturbing roommates... those who can bare sleeping with roommates snoring loud all night or someone who enters/leaves the room a million times when you are sleep... I couldn't blink/sleep at all.
If you are not under 26 and if you dont have a youth hostel membership card, they literally rob you with huge amounts of money ,which is unsaid before. I am really disappointed. I would have rather chosen a 2 star hotel instead of a hostel.
Very comfortable beds, sizeable lockers, pleasent receptionists.
8-bed rooms, when 5-bed is considered strandard in this class of hostel. Need to pay extra 3 EUR per night for some kind of memberships sticker. I didn't notice this fact when booking the hostel