Rivaling only Warnemunde's Lighthouse for height, the Neptun Hotel rises sharply at the far end of the long and wide beach facing the Baltic Sea. As we arrived here by ship, we did not require a room; however, I did research this hotel in 2005. Rooms have clean and minimalist styles. Rooms have a bath or shower, hair-dryer, bathrobes, direct dial phones, TV & radio. Once again, wellness and health is highly featured with non-smoking floors and rooms. The Neptun claims to have the first or orginal Thelasso center in Germany! Don't miss their "Turkish Baths." With 5 restaurants/bars on the premises, it would be difficult to not spend all your time at this hotel--try the Koralle Restaurant, Broiler Grill, Cafe Panorama, Sky Bar or Lobby Bar. The hotel also offers a Breakfast Buffet but you can burn up those calories by renting one of the hotel's bicycles or walking on the beach, or using their indoor swimming pool.
Family rooms and parking are available and you can also bring Fido along. If you don't come by car, pickup from the train station is available too.
For a hotel such as the Neptun, you can expect to pay higher prices than the little B&B's closer to the village. Count on prices being per person; the upper floors and corner rooms are more expensive. Since the hotel is open year-round, check their website for specials and note that high season is also more expensive.
All rooms have balconies and sea views!!! You've got to love this feature! The Baltic Sea is windy and beautiful and sea breezes definitely will enhance anyone's health and calm your soul. This hotel may be worth the splurge if your budget allows, but the views are incredible.
One of the nicer looking, good-size hotel that we saw while in Warnemunde was the "Hotel Am Alten Strom" which is located right on the inlet of Alten Strom. This family-owned hotel has been greeting guests for a century and today offers 74 nicely furnished and attractive rooms, apartments and "holiday apartments" for a perfect summer family getaway and at a reasonable price. All rooms and apartments (some with balconies) have en suite facilities, satellite TV, phone, hair dryers. Single and double rooms include breakfast in the price. The "holiday apartments" have small kitchens where meals can be fixed. However, perhaps guests would like to try either of the hotel's two attractive restaurants or its lobby bar. The Cafe Am Strom's interesting history alone makes it worth a visit in my estimation.
Since Warnemunde is considered the "resort" area of Rostock, it seems very natural that hotels of any size would offer amenities that are consistent with relaxation. This hotel offers spa facilities which surely tempt me to take advantage of them. The Wellness-Vital-Thelasso Center" in the hotel offers a nice range of treatments right on the premises and invigorating your health seems to be an important issue to Germans as it should be to all of us.
I love the location of this hotel...facing the "harbor" with great scenery, and very near the beach, the bahnhoff, the ferry terminal and port....what more could you want! Shops, sightseeing, restaurants are all at hand!
Prices seemed extremely reasonably to me and are figured by room and not per person. Rates change slightly by season. According to the hotel's website, currently prices for a double room run from 72 Euros in low season to 85 Euros in high season and include breakfast. Apartments run from 55 to 99 Euros, some with breakfast. Half and full board can also be added to the room rate. Many Europeans seem to love dogs. If you bring your pet, count on another 10 Euros per night (that is so much less expensive than a night at the kennel)!!
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