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Bar 1910

at the counter of the 20s

Enjoy classic drinks in the middle of a landmarked environment.

The Bar 1910 belongs to the Hotel Reichshof in Hamburg, named after the founding year of the hotel. The interior takes guests back to the 1920s, with original furnishings that are over 100 years old. As for drinks, there is a high-quality selection of spirits and classic cocktails that are prepared traditionally. The club room of the bar invites to a round of billiards with friends.

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