We find ourselves in the hotel with possibly the strongest social streak of the city. Hamburg’s founding fathers first built the villa as a Good Templar’s lodging house. It was purchased and modernized by the Worker’s Welfare Association in 1995. Young patrons will especially enjoy merciful prices, because guests under 26 get a discount rate. This is why you can indulge in a Syrian menu at the in-house restaurant, Mazza, from your savings.