Our ÜberFluss Highlights
Enjoy TV-Services like Netflix (own account) and Sky-Bundesliga in all hotel rooms.
Gain your physical wellbeing in our SPA, sauna, pool and fitness room.
Top of ÜberFluss
The conference room above the river with roof deck and bar.
Free WIFI in every hotel area for the maximum of flexibility.
The Designhotel ÜberFluss –
The small, luxury, four-star superior hotel is situated in the midst of the lively Bremen city centre, three minutes on foot from the pedestrianised area and the historical old town. A terrace directly on the river and a SPA with indoor pool, sauna, steam bath and historical quiet room offer tranquillity after a stressful day.
24-hour Reception service, Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, Smart TVs in the design rooms with Sky Sports and Movies and access to the Spa are included for guests. The design rooms and the design suite are minimalist and elegant.
Retro interiors from the workshop of the famous designer couple Ray and Charles Eames. Discreet lighting bears the hallmarks of star designers Philippe Starck and Tom Dixon. Many design rooms have direct views of the river.
The architecture scales down but retains the style of the historical patrician houses. With a flair for the modern and the present, it shows its desire to help shape the future. This generates an interesting mix of yesterday and tomorrow, of the past and the here and now.
The elegant minimalist interior design originates from the famous “Concrete Architectural Associates” team from Amsterdam. The international team combines warm elegance with classic furniture by Ray and Charles Eames, Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck into a sensual whole.
During the creation of the Designhotel ÜberFluss, the oldest part of the Bremen city wall to date was discovered, as well as riverbank reinforcements and remnants of four stone chambers from the year 1184.
Other finds of crockery, coins and combs also indicate the rich past of this site. Only prosperous merchants lived in stone houses at that time. During this period the city grew tremendously and made increasing use of the Weser riverbed as a building site. In this sense, the Hotel ÜberFluss also stands over the river.
The architecture of the building absorbs part of this history and connects it with today’s attitude to life. For example, in the spa’s quiet room, where the medieval city wall lends inner peace and new strength. The finds can be seen in glass display cabinets in the Reception area of the hotel.