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Since 1959 James Bond 007 Museum Sweden, Nybro.
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James Bond Gunnar Schäfer from James Bond Museum Nybro Sweden, behind scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’
were filmed in Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg in the
roof outside. James Bond on the top of the roof in Bondfilm Tomorrow Never Dies 1997.
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James Bond on the top of the roof in Bondfilm Tomorrow Never Dies 1997.

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 James Bond,  behind scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed in Hotel Atlantic Kempinski  Hamburg in the roof outside and behind
Mr James Bond Gunnar Schäfer President of The James Bond 007 Museum in Nybro Sweden visit Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg 2008.
James Bond, behind scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed in Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg in the roof outside and behind.


Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg, Germany
Touching down in Fuhlsbüttel Airport, Bond is met by Q at and introduced to his new BMW 750i, before checking into his Hotel and rigging a invitation to Carver's launch party. Here Bond stages a station break and returns to his hotel, the Atlantic Hotel, in St. Georg. An old flame, now going by the name Mrs. Paris Carver, invites herself into Bonds hotel room. Bond stages at break-in at Carver's printing press and after escaping with the GPS encoder, doubles back to his hotel room where Paris is dead and the villain Doctor Kauffman has the same fate in store for 007.



Mr James Bond Gunnar Schäfer President of The James Bond 007 Museum in Nybro Sweden visit Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg 2008.

KEMPINSKI HAMBURG UNVEILS SPECTACULAR NEW BMW SUITE ‘James Bond Suite’, in which scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed.

The Kempinski Hotel Atlantic in Hamburg and BMW Group Hamburg present the new BMW Suite, located on the third floor of the hotel. It is directly under the ‘James Bond Suite’, in which scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed.

The designers, Suzan Buchholz and Helmut Warnstedt, of W+P Interiors complemented the existing architecture of high ceilings and stucco with design, light and materials from BMW limousines. The rooms have silver-grey velour walls, pale grey ceilings and a special Xenon light bar system alongside chrome, anthracite fabric and hand-made leather panels. In the suite’s 80 square metres, the designers played with the colours of the BMW world. Even the bolstered up leather panels of the walk-in cupboard and the bed evoke memories of the exclusive fitting and stream lined design of a deluxe automobile. The suite is composed of a bedroom, sitting room with views over the Alster Lake, dressing room with walk-in cupboards and a bathroom in the hotel’s trademark colours of black, white and chrome. The BMW Suite documents the close collaboration between BMW and the Kempinski Hotel Atlantic in a very different and revolutionary way. Sebastian Heinemann, the hotel’s general manager, explains: “This is the first suite we have equipped together with a partner. There are other co-operations with luxury brands to follow. I particularly think of companies whose lifestyle products are placed on the highest segment and which would suit being presented in this rather unusual way.’ The new BMW suite is the first result of the extensive renovation programme at the Kempinski Hotel Atlantic. The lobby has been officially launched on 31st December 2002. During the first weeks of 2003, there has also been a new telephone system installed. In addition, all rooms have been provided with new telephone sets to offer ISDN capability. Wireless LAN Service is available in all function rooms, in the lobby and in all hotel rooms and suites. The Kempinski Hotel Atlantic Hamburg first opened its doors in 1909. Its snow-white facade, a local landmark, also served as unmistakable scenery for BMW driver “James Bond” during the location shooting for “Tomorrow Never Dies”. In reverence to “Her Majesty’s Secret Agent”, there will also be photographs of the filming at the hotel displayed in the new BMW Suite.

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The Kempinski Hotel Atlantic in Hamburg and BMW Group Hamburg present the new BMW Suite, located on the third floor of the hotel. 
It is directly under the ‘James Bond Suite’, in which scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed.


Paris Carver (Teri Hatcher) in a scene in our Ballroom with James Bond (Pierce Brosnan)

The Kempinski Hotel Atlantic in Hamburg and BMW Group Hamburg present the new BMW Suite, located on the third floor of the hotel. 
It is directly under the ‘James Bond Suite’, in which scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed.

Paris Carver (Teri Hatcher) in a scene in our Ballroom with James Bond (Pierce Brosnan)
Paris Carver (Teri Hatcher) in a scene in our Ballroom with James Bond (Pierce Brosnan)

The Kempinski Hotel Atlantic in Hamburg and BMW Group Hamburg present the new BMW Suite, located on the third floor of the hotel. 
It is directly under the ‘James Bond Suite’, in which scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed.

The Kempinski Hotel Atlantic in Hamburg and BMW Group Hamburg present the new BMW Suite, located on the third floor of the hotel.

The Kempinski Hotel Atlantic in Hamburg and BMW Group Hamburg present the new BMW Suite, located on the third floor of the hotel. 
It is directly under the ‘James Bond Suite’, in which scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed.

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In the front of Hotel Atlantic Kempinski  Hamburg  James Bond,  behind scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed


In the front of Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg James Gunnar Schäfer Bond, behind scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed 

James Bond, behind scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed in Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg in the roof outside 

KEMPINSKI HAMBURG UNVEILS SPECTACULAR NEW BMW SUITE ‘James Bond Suite’, in which scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed.

The Kempinski Hotel Atlantic in Hamburg and BMW Group Hamburg present the new BMW Suite, located on the third floor of the hotel. It is directly under the ‘James Bond Suite’, in which scenes from ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ were filmed.

The designers, Suzan Buchholz and Helmut Warnstedt, of W+P Interiors complemented the existing architecture of high ceilings and stucco with design, light and materials from BMW limousines. The rooms have silver-grey velour walls, pale grey ceilings and a special Xenon light bar system alongside chrome, anthracite fabric and hand-made leather panels. In the suite’s 80 square metres, the designers played with the colours of the BMW world. Even the bolstered up leather panels of the walk-in cupboard and the bed evoke memories of the exclusive fitting and stream lined design of a deluxe automobile. The suite is composed of a bedroom, sitting room with views over the Alster Lake, dressing room with walk-in cupboards and a bathroom in the hotel’s trademark colours of black, white and chrome. The BMW Suite documents the close collaboration between BMW and the Kempinski Hotel Atlantic in a very different and revolutionary way. Sebastian Heinemann, the hotel’s general manager, explains: “This is the first suite we have equipped together with a partner. There are other co-operations with luxury brands to follow. I particularly think of companies whose lifestyle products are placed on the highest segment and which would suit being presented in this rather unusual way.’ The new BMW suite is the first result of the extensive renovation programme at the Kempinski Hotel Atlantic. The lobby has been officially launched on 31st December 2002. During the first weeks of 2003, there has also been a new telephone system installed. In addition, all rooms have been provided with new telephone sets to offer ISDN capability. Wireless LAN Service is available in all function rooms, in the lobby and in all hotel rooms and suites. The Kempinski Hotel Atlantic Hamburg first opened its doors in 1909. Its snow-white facade, a local landmark, also served as unmistakable scenery for BMW driver “James Bond” during the location shooting for “Tomorrow Never Dies”. In reverence to “Her Majesty’s Secret Agent”, there will also be photographs of the filming at the hotel displayed in the new BMW Suite.

   


Stoke Park Club was proud to welcome back Bond in 1997 when scenes filmed at Stoke Park Club. The film crew and technicians converted our Ballroom into Bond's hotel room in Hamburg.

James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) learns billionaire media mogul Elliot Carver is manipulating world events via an exclusive flow of information through his satellite system reaching all corners of the planet. With a stealth battleship sinking a British naval vessel, Carver sees that the Chinese are blamed.

Crashing Carver's party in Hamburg, Bond meets "journalist" Wai Lin, later revealed as a Chinese agent.

In a brief tryst, filmed at the club, Bond renews his past relationship with Carver's wife Paris (Teri Hatcher). Carver dispatches Stamper (Gotz Otto) cancel Bond, a struggle between them was filmed in the Ballroom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Pierce Brosnan as 007, James Bond

Paris Carver (Teri Hatcher) in a scene in our Ballroom

 

Bond in action in the Ballroom villain Doctor Kauffman


Actress Teri Hatcher posing on the South Terrace 
 

Bond in the converted Ballroom