Alsterpavillon

Alsterpavillon – Your event at the Binnen Alster

The Frenchman Augustin Lancelot de Quatre Barbes opened the first Alsterpavillon on 20 August 1799 and is a building rich in tradition in Hamburg, where a café rich in tradition was located in front of the current restaurant. The Alsterpavillon is located on the Jungfernstieg, a promenade along the Binnenalster. There, in the 19th century, Jungfernstieg became one of Hamburg’s most popular destinations and another building was erected between 1835 and 1841.

Under the nickname “Judenaquarium” long swing concerts were held in the Alsterpavillon during the Third Reich, although this kind of music was rejected by the National Socialists. In 1942 the pavilion was destroyed during a bombing raid. On the basis of plans by architect Ferdinand Streb, the existing semi-circular sixth building with a flat roof was built between 1952 and 1953 on the preserved plinth floor and rebuilt between 1992 and 1994.

Afterwards there were problems around the construction, which was determined at the beginning of the 1990s. Many hamburgers even agreed to a demolition. Instead, the pavilion has been improved and is now a perfect place for your next event. You can impress your guests with the special view or let your employees celebrate in a unique room.

If you are looking for a location and want to organize an unforgettable party?! Then the Alsterpavillon is the right place for you!
Afterwards the beautiful location offers a wonderful view over the Binnen Alster. Thus you can accomplish birthday celebrations with 20 friends up to company celebrations up to 800 guests. The event room with its own bar in the lower part offers space for up to 150 people. Special and creative ideas can be perfectly implemented there.


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