Hotel Tivoli

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OPENING HOURS:

Monday to Friday:
12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Saturday: 5:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
Sunday: 12:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

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1886 The thatched farmhouse was converted into a restaurant with club rooms and two halls.

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1886-1936 Various different owners and tenants ran the Tivoli.

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1 July 1936 Angela and Bernhard Sandschulte acquired the Tivoli from the beer wholesaler Tapking. The basic necessary renovations, mainly the plumbing, were done in a hurry, since as early as at the end of July, three shooting festivals were catered for.

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From 1937 The hotel started selling ice cream with four ice cream vans.

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1938 Herbert Sandschulte was born.

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1939 For 10 days the Tivoli became a troop assembly point. Bernhard Sandschulte was drafted into the army. Angela Sandschulte continued to run the house alone.

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1941 After a hard winter, with the onset of thaw and additional rain, sheets of ice came loose and dammed up the Scharmbeck brook. All cellars and the large hall were flooded.

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1941 The first bombs fell in Scharmbeck, a neighbouring property was hit.

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1942-1945 The large hall became an emergency camp for Bremen residents who had been bombed out of their homes. The upper small hall was seized as a clothing store.
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1946 The hall was reopened.

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1949 Bernhard Sandschulte returned after years as a Russian prisoner of war.
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1952 The Tivoli became a hotel. The first three double and three single rooms with running water were created from the upper hall. The acquisition of further plots of land enlarged the area.
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1957 The hall was enlarged to accommodate a capacity of 1000 guests.

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1964 A double bowling alley with adjoining rooms was built. The hall was leased to a supermarket chain.
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1971 The business was taken over by Herbert Sandschulte, who ran the business with his wife Doris.
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1975 Above the garages and the supermarket, 20 guest rooms with shower and toilet facilities were built. The apartment house with two floors was also built.
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1978 The first Americans came to the district and brought with them a lively boom in business – to the Hotel Tivoli as well. The hotel was fully packed out.
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1982 More hotel rooms were built above the hall.
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1985 A third floor was added to the guest house. Elevators were installed and the hotel started to run its own laundrette.
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1992 German reunification brought the withdrawal of the Americans from the Garlstedt garrison. The economic situation of the district worsened. The Tivoli converted the former supermarket, then run by a remnants market, into a hall for about 150 guests.
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1995 The restaurant was renovated as well as the Settenbeck room and the bowling alley, which was equipped with conference facilities.

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2001 The breakfast room received fixed refrigerated buffet facili
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2004 Herbert Sandschulte handed over the business to his two sons Bernd and Klaus. The company was transformed into Hotel Tivoli GmbH & Co KG.
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2005 A block heat and power plant was installed.
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2006 The second block heat and power plant was put into operation.
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2008 Das zweite Block-Heiz-Kraftwerk ging an den Start.

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2011 The 75th family anniversary was celebrated on July 1st.
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2012 The two block heat and power plants were replaced by a new, more efficient one.
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2012 The Tivoli joined the hotel cooperation “Kiek in” in November.
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2014 The business was taken over by Bernd Sandschulte.

Hotel Tivoli GmbH & Co. KG

Beckstraße 2
D-27711 Osterholz-Scharmbeck

Telefon: +49 (0) 4791 805-0
E-Mail: info@hotel-tivoli.de

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