Hotel Louis C. Jacob - Marrying at Hamburgs famous Elbchau lake

Weddings have tradition in Louis C. Jacob: Hamburgs society celebrates special celebrations of life since more than 200 years in this gastronomic treasure at the shore of the river Elbe in Hamburg.

Wedding couples enjoyed at Monsieur Jacques, the founder, an entirely special privilege: when the newly married couple went from the opposed marriage-church “Nienstedtener” after an inaugurate ceremony to the following celebration in the “Jacob”, he used to roll out the red carpet over the Elbchau-lake for the wedding couple.

An hotel with international reputation developed out of the former “wine-restaurant Jacob”. A house with private charme, excellent service, a numerous characterised wine cellar and a kitchen, which presents itself in the brilliance of the gastronomy critic. The legendary linden terrace, which has been perpetuated by the famous impressionist Max Liebermann in oil,  recommends itself for the wedding reception.

The saloons with a broad view over the river Elbe, invite to a solemn lunch or dinner in a personal atmosphere; the large “Elbsalon” is reserved for bigger wedding parties. The planning of the most beautiful day in your life, is being accompanied with lots of love for details and sense for individual wishes, by the employees of the banquette office.

As an exclusive option, the Hotel  Louis C. Jacob offers its service also in the representative saloon of the “Jenisch” house, the classical palace of the tradesmen family Jenisch from Hamburg from the 19th century.



Name of Venue: Hotel Louis C. Jacob

Venue style : Luxury Hotel

Venue style specification: Hotel with wedding facilities

Accommodation: Yes

Min / Max Capacity accommodation: 166

Country: Germany

Surroundings: River side

Ceremony: Yes

Min / Max Capacity seated Ceremony: 2 / 150

Min / Max Capacity seated Wedding dinner: 2/ 100

Nearest Big town: Hamburg

Provides following: Ceremony music, Wedding Cake, Bar, DJ, Band, Food, Beverage, Flowers, Photographer, Videographer