Rugen is a long trip from the UK but worth it. Binz is a gem, blue sea, white band, very well kept attractive town. The narrow gauge railway runs through the town and this is clearly a major tourist attraction.
The room was a surprise having a separate lounge. A shame that it didn't have a sea view but that is a very minor point. The hotel is located on the pro made with direct access to the beach with Baltic deckchairs and nearby beach bar. The hotel has all the facilities including a smokers lounge - a nice touch for those of us that still have the habit but separate enough that it wouldn't cause a problem to non-smokers.
Helpful friendly staff, good breakfast choice.
There is an underground car park and there are also parks nearby.
If you travel to the island of Rüggen and have a car and want to travel around, then stay in Bergen. And, if you stay in Bergen, this is a very good choice of hotels. It is just off road 196 which gets you most everywhere on the island you want to go. The hotels is clean and comfortable.
The castle/hotel was in a lovely setting. The food at dinner was excellent.
Nice wine and friendly service.
Breakfast was ok.
The rooms had everything we needed but it definitely was lacking charm.
Cheap curtains, no bed skirts hiding fairly ugly and not too clean looking box springs. Could be improved with a few simple touches.
(Having a bus parked in front of our window for many hours did not improve it)
Birgitta from ct
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This was our first trip to the Baltic, and we loved it. Binz is a beautiful little beach town with nice sandy beaches and wonderful restaurants and Boardwalk. The hotel and spa are top notch. Great indoor pool, specially for kids. Didn't use the spa but the facilities were very impressive. Breakfast was outstanding. Wish we had stayed longer. We will next time.
Traveller from Berlin
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Germany’s largest island (976 square kilometres), Rügen has been one of the country’s most popular holiday destinations since the 19th century. With small fishing villages, endless white-sand beaches, soaring cliffs, upmarket resorts, several castles and the Jasmund National Park, Rügen is remarkably diverse. Though large, the island is best explored by bicycle and on foot, but can also be seen via the Racing Roland Steam Train.
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