Due to the renewed increase in corona cases in Germany, the federal and state governments have agreed on uniform measures to contain Covid19. As you probably do yourself, we have to adjust to the situation every day and are watching the news very carefully. With the following information about the regulations we would like to make your travel planning easier and perhaps answer some of your questions in advance:
Currently hotel accommodation in Hamburg is only allowed, if a proof of a negative corona testing can be presented at check in. The testing requirement applies to both, private and business travellers. The test has to be carried out by an official testing centre with trained staff and has to be taken within the last 24 hours prior to arrival. A PCR test may be up to 48 hours old at the time of arrival. If you stay for more than three nights, the testing needs to be renewed every 72 hours.
If more than one person stays in the apartment, a proof of a negative testing is required for all persons staying with us, only except for children under 6 years old and fully vaccinated and convalescent persons.
The nearest test station is about 900m from the Clipper Elb-Lodge at the Hans-Albers-Platz. You can book your appointment in advance. The cost is € 32 per testing. In the fish auction hall (500m from the Clipper Elb-Lodge) is an other test station. Unfortunately this is only open to German citiziens or resident people, as the test are paid by the Goverment.
A face mask, covering mouth and nose, has to be worn in all public buildings as well as in some busy streets and squares. In the mandatory mask zones wearing of a face mask is obligatory even outdoors at some times. On its website the City of Hamburg informs about the current resolutions and valid regulations.
Currently touristic hotel accommodation is prohibited in Berlin. If you have planned a touristic stay with us, we offer you a free cancellation or a rebooking. Please let us know which option you prefer.
Starting 11. June 2021 we will be allowed to welcome tourists as well in the Clipper City Home.
The city of Berlin informs on its website about the current rules and decisions concerning Covid19. In some busy streets and squares a face mask, covering mouth and nose, has to be worn. In addition, starting 31 of March 2021, FFP2 masks must be worn in public transport, medical and cultural facilities, and retail outlets.