This hotel is NOT ready to open. The exterior of the hotel is a massive construction site which ruins any vacation experience. There is no Wifi in the hotel. It is difficult to locate the hotel and we were driving in circles trying to find it cause there is no proper sign. So much false advertising. ...
Beautiful Hotel, beautiful setting, nice staff, huge breakfast, great restaurant, nice ambiance and great waiters. We will come back to Ruegen and always stay there again.
Spacious rooms. Private community with activities for children and adults.
The hotel reception staff is kind and helpful. The room needs a facelift. Beds and bathroom especially. Upon entering it smelled old, but after airing out the room it got better. The toilet smelled like urine although it appeared clean. The pool and playground for kids were great. We spent a lot ...
Excellent spot near Binz. We were there on business but this is a tourist hotel. Fantastic suite.
Wunderbares Hotel mitten in der Stadt in Strandnähe
A beautiful location. Few English speaking employees. Seems to cater more to returning, local customers than tourists.
Local village remake with a remarkable athmosphere. Central location on Ruegen Island, near Putbus, Steam train to the ocean resorts.
The island of Rügen has been enchanting people since time immemorial. Pagan tribes set up hallowed cultist sites at Jaromarsburg on the steep-cliff Cape Arkona during the 12th century. In the 1800s, painter Caspar David Friedrich staked out spots between the chalk-white cliffs of the Jasmund National Park to craft his stirring Romantic landscapes that were to kick-start a whole artistic movement. Then came Otto von Bismarck and others, raising elegant Prussian-style mansions along the shingle beaches as summer retreats by the cooling waves. The whole island was converted into an East German resort, complete with the chic spas and salt-washed piers of Ostseebad Binz. The upshot is that Rügen hotels can be a base for delving into enthralling Baltic culture and heritage. Meanwhile, booking overnight stays in other Rügen hotels could mean being close to shimmering beachfronts where you can laze on a towel by day and soak in a sauna by night. We've got hotel category options to suit all sorts of travellers peppering this pretty isle on the edge of Germany.
It's never been easier to pinpoint the Rügen hotel that's right for you. A simple accommodation search on Expedia.co.uk can reveal the sheer wealth of different holidaying spots that now pepper this favourite of the German coast. Intuitive filters help you narrow down your results to show only the places that have all the amenities you think you'll need on your trip to the Baltic. You'll also be able to check out the location of your hotels in Rügen on a map, so you can rest assured your balcony does enjoy broadside views of the pebble-sand beaches at Ostseebad Binz or the carved chalk cliffs of the Jasmund National Park.
There's a real smorgasbord of different establishments on offer along the coast, in the beach towns and amid the thick primeval beech forests of Rügen. Big resort hotels are the norm in towns like Binz and Sassnitz. Many still channel the spa character of their regal 19th-century roots, coming with on-site saunas, steam rooms and swimming pools. In the country, you might find golfing hotels where the suites spill onto the 18th hole, or more hidden aparthotels that have self-catering facilities primed for picnickers keen on hitting the 5-mile Jasmund National Park Walking Trail.
When you come to pick your hotel room in Rügen, it's also possible to add on a range of different gastronomic extras. A few hotels might offer half-board, which includes a breakfast spread that's typically continental – German cheeses and meats, fruits and hot beverages – along with either lunch or an evening meal. Other Rügen hotels serve a medley of frothy craft beer and Scandinavian-influenced home cooking that's available on ever-changing menus, but will still come with morning buffets as standard.
If your wanderlust has been stoked by the haunting visions of Caspar David Friedrich's Romantic art, you might want to seek out Rügen hotels and guesthouses that fringe the great wilderness of old-growth beech trees and empty coves where he once made his paintings. There's actually an exciting range of hotels near Jasmund National Park to pick from, whether you want clifftop escapes or golfing getaways. In the good-vibes summer town of Binz, where beach inflatables beckon from the souvenir shops and regal rows of 1900s architecture line the streets, you can find some of the best spa hotels in Rügen to be pampered from head to toe. There are also plenty of places that often make great family hotels in Rügen, for those eager to while away days on the beaches and the clifftop trails before returning to comfort. Conducting your hotel search early is always a good idea if you're looking to soak up the sun on the beaches of Rügen – there's a lot of competition for sea-view rooms and family stays in this corner of Germany when the mercury is at its highest between May and September.