Former Nazi bunker to be redeveloped as a futuristic hotel

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It was once a Nazi bunker, built in Hamburg 1942 in using forced labour by concentration camp prisoners. Today, it’s being transformed into a futuristic hotel, trimmed with layered gardens.

The 136-room ‘nhow Hamburg’, located in the central St Pauli district, is expected to open in 2021 and will inhabit only the top portion of the building, complete with a bar, restaurant and coffee shop, arranged over five new floors to be constructed in the form of a pyramid.  

The hotel group’s senior communication manager told Telegraph Travel: “We are aware of the history of the bunker and acknowledge its significance for the city of Hamburg as well as the responsibility it carries. 

“Our design and lifestyle…

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