In Tomorrow never dies, Bond is sent to Hamburg in order to investigate scrappy Media Mogul Elliot Carver. Carver is holding a party to celebrate the launch of his new satellite and Bond is posing as a banker. Appropriate to his assumed identity Bond is checked in to the Hotel Atlantic just by the lake Außenalster in central Hamburg.
"Tomorrows news today..."
€ 250 per night. One of the Atlantic suites, probably similar to what Bond stayed in would cost about € 3,500 per night.
Other famous guests, besides the banker James Bond, that have stayed in the hotel are among several others: Zarah Leander, Charles de Gaulle, Maria Callas, Michael Jackson and Willy Brandt.
"-Well, we know where you stand. You've made your bed.
-I'm standing in your doorway..."
-Bond and Paris-