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High up om the top floor of the skyscraper designed by Hadi Teherani, the highest restaurant in Hamburg floats some 105 m above the city. The panorama from here reaches far south the River Elbe, stretching as far as Süllberg to the west, with close-up views overlooking the port, Spielbudenplatz, Heiligengeistfeld and Michel tower.

clouds Restaurant & Bar

restaurant clouds

clouds restaurant

In-house cocktail creations, first-class champagne and a large selection of international fine wines all grace the bar menu, tempting diners to try an aperitif or digestif. As a group from the so-called kitchen table, there is a good view into the kitchen. Snacks can be eaten anywhere in the bar – whilst enjoying views out to the south and east, of course.

The restaurant features various seating levels, making sure that everyone has a perfect outlook from each of the 105 dining seats. Under the management of the head chef Eric Kroeber, the clouds team serve heavenly meat and rotisserie creations inspired by traditional European cuisine with a touch of French cooking.

The oak tabletops and ergonomic chairs upholstered in tanned leather with a “used” look, produced by the furniture makers Wagner, help to create an upmarket and cosy atmosphere throughout. Sensational sound is guaranteed in clouds, thanks to a BOSE system featuring 30 individually adjustable loudspeakers.

Many dishes, such as the beef tartare, are individually prepared at your table. The “3 hours organic egg”” or the Dry aged Entrecôte on the bone from 700 g are just some of the highlights!


  • Restaurant: 105 seats
  • Bar: 55 seats

Opening times

Lunch (kitchen time)
Monday to Friday from 11.30 am to 2.00 pm
Snack menu from midday

Dinner ( kitchen time)
Monday to Friday from 6.00 pm till open end
Saturday and Sunday from 5.00 pm to 11.00 pm

Monday to Friday from 11.30 am till open end
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 2.00 pm till open end


Rooftop terrace at clouds

Rooftop terrace heaven’s nest

The roof terrace known as heaven’s nest on the 24th floor is the highest open-air club in the city. By day it impresses with sensational views, and come evening it transforms into the place to be for partygoers.

Light lounge furniture with fine outdoor covers, bar tables with bar stools set around the Moët Ice Champagne Bar, cosy seat groupings and exclusive daybeds fill the south tower of Hadi Teherani’s architectural creation.

Glazed side-walls of four metres in height shield the majority of the wind 100 metres up in the sky, making for a balmy oasis in the sunshine after work. Snacks as bar food in the style of clouds are available from midday through to late in the night.

The 22nd floor is due for completion in the spring of 2015. The clouds restaurant will then be offering additional space for meetings and events.


  • heaven’s nest: capacity for 150 (standing and seating)

Opening times

Rooftop heaven’s nest – in good weather only
Barservice only in the summer season
Monday to Sunday from 2.00 pm till open end


clouds seminar room

clouds events at 22nd floor

“clouds events”, the exclusive event venue above the rooftops of Hamburg, is guaranteed to make a lasting impression. Four beautifully designed and fully air-conditioned rooms plus a foyer and roof terrace, with views overlooking the Reeperbahn, state-of-the-art technical equipment (including 70’ LED screens, a Barco Clickshare system and Bose surround system) and a fully fitted professional-standard kitchen await visitors from the end of March 2015 – in what is probably the most prestigious venue in the entire city. Business meetings, corporate parties, incentives, get-togethers and private dining a given a whole new dimension here with exquisite menus of the highest standard.

Delicious food and our own beverage creations including fruit and vegetable smoothies and ice tea are served in “heaven’s kitchen” during conference breaks, which enjoys a spectacular panorama over Hamburg’s port. The conference rooms in clouds are each named after different types of clouds found at varying heights. Cirro stands for the family of “high clouds”, Alto for the “medium-height” clouds and Strato for the “lower-down clouds”.

Facts & figures

Alto room:                  45m², up to approx. 30 people

Cirro room:                 59m², up to approx. 40 people

Strato room:               35m², up to approx. 20 people

Kitchen:                      63m², 16 people sitting, approx. 50 people standing

Conference all-inclusive prices incl. conference breaks and lunch menus are available on request.

Private functions

Your own private kitchen, far-reaching views over Hamburg from the highest restaurant in the city, HafenCity flair overlooking the “Elbphilharmonie” and the Cruise Terminal, historic vaulted ceilings, an exclusive nightclub, a cosy wine bar. Turn your event into an unforgettable experience for yourself and your colleagues. We have just the right venue for you.

Just contact Melanie Sakreida by e-mail