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Romantic Hotel Namenlos

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Dorfstr. 44, 18347 Ahrenshoop, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania Germany
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#1 of 9 B&Bs / Inns in Ahrenshoop
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Das rohrgedeckte, familiengeführte Romantik Hotel steht auf einer alten Düne. Die Restaurantterrasse und einige der Hotelzimmer bieten dem Gast einen wundervollen Blick auf die Ostsee. Einfach hier sitzen und die Gedanken über das Meer auf die Reise schicken - das ist Küstenromantik pur! Der Kuchen aus der hauseigenen Konditorei und auch der Hirschbraten haben es schon in die romantische Literatur geschafft: In der Ostsee-Trilogie von Patricia Koelle heißt es: "Da gibt es Kuchen und Hirschbraten, den du nicht wieder vergessen wirst!"
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Free breakfast
Beach
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Breakfast buffet
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FiftyNiner wrote a review Jan 2018
Solna, Sweden1274 contributions124 helpful votes
The hotel is located on the main road in Ahrenshoop, with the sea wall and the beach two minutes walk away. The road isn't all that busy, so despite the road just outside it is quiet. My room was a nice comfortable room, a bit over decorated in my opinion, but that, is a personal preference. Well furnished with plenty of storage, and surfaces to put your belongings and a long shelf at the head of the bed that made reaching spectacles, mobile phones, watches and books at night easy. Light switches placed in logical places. However there was no power socket by the bed, so not possible to charge mobile phone / surf pad during night and still have them accessible. Nice wooden floor and a good bath room. The bed, was a little hard, but this is also a personal preference. The bed clothes, a nice down quilt and pillow were the luxurious I've ever seen in a hotel room. The Wifi worked well in the room and the whole hotel, and I liked the fact that there was encryption and password protection on the actual WLAN, rather than an unprotected WLAN with log in from a Webb page, as is normally the case. The staff are friendly, courteous, professional and efficient. Interesting to observe them working together, good teamwork, they seem to have fun working together, and to be proud of the good work they do. The same staff is working in the hotel reception, in the bar, and in the restaurant. The hotel has to some extent quite a busy feeling, like a large city hotel, also a tiny bit like "a restaurant with a hotel". It is it a little confusing, and hard to know who does what, because it might be any of the staff addressing any request from the guests. However, I admit that the fact that I arrived on Christmas day, to a hotel with the only open restaurant in the village, might have contributed to this feeling. The breakfast was the most enormous and varied breakfast buffet I've ever seen, I think. Wow! Brötchen and Croissants, masses of meats and different kinds of slized cheese, cereals, yoghurts, jams and preserves, sliced vegetables. In particular I appreciated the bowl of cut cress. Different hering and egg sallads, cottage cheese etc.And lots of different slized fruits. And eggs to order. The coffee, as usual in the area, was served at the table in a small pot, and was rather weak. And, I realized afterwards, I don't remember seeing any vegetarian or vegan sandwich spread, like for instance, hummus or some olive paste. And, on a modern breakfast buffet of this size, I'd really have expected that. I stayed 25/12 - 18/12 2017.
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Date of stay: December 2017
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Travelingwithdog wrote a review May 2009
Naples, Florida287 contributions134 helpful votes
We chose Namenlos & Fischerwiege as a base for tours to the surrounding Baltic Sea coast and surroundings. It belongs to the Romantik Hotel group and does live up to this standard. But be aware that the picture that is published in its brochures hides the fact that the hotel has a very large and prominent antennae on the hill directly behind it and that the wonderful pristine beach shown so close to the hotel are actually about a 5 minute walk and across the main road. A little bit deceptive here. Also, the restaurant where the meals are served for the half-board are at a separate building about a 4 minute walk away. All that having been said, the hotel offers amply-sized rooms well-situated for beach access. The food was acceptable and wait staff nice enough. We felt that we had made a good choice for our first visit to the area and would probably stay here again avoiding the more family-oriented, more crowded areas like Zingst. The town has been kept small and natural. It has a history of drawing artists and tries to maintain that even today, avoiding the inflatable beach toys, fast food carts and cheap souvenirs. The surrounding towns offer many interesting diversions ranging from a sanded-in old light house, to an expansive Rhododendron garden, to an Amber museum (the beaches have been known for thousands of years to yield precious amber), to migrating Crane watching (in season) and of course to just plain relaxing on white sandy beaches and swimming. (The ruins of the "Kurhaus" from DDR times can still be seen near the hotel and attest to the fact that Ahrenshoop offers some of the nicest beaches in the area.) Ahrenshoop has several "Hundestrände" (dog beaches) where dogs can romp and play off-leash. A real hit with our dog. There are local fisherman and snack shacks that offer simple, cheap smoked or cooked fresh fish as well as finer restaurants and cafes. We were not wanting for variety. Bicycle tours using the extensive, well-maintained routes are popular and recommended. The various beach towns are interspersed with dense forests and a protected area away from the open sea called the "Bodden". Many waterfowl call this area home and this side away from the open sea lures windsurfers to try their luck. One can still see concrete bunkers from the war near the cliff area by Ahrenshoop, but all in all the beaches are lovely and still a bit wild. In short, an interesting area offering a variety of activities and this hotel proved a good base to explore it.
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Date of stay: May 2008
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$201 - $231 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
GermanyMecklenburg-West PomeraniaAhrenshoop
NUMBER OF ROOMS
30
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Frequently Asked Questions about Romantic Hotel Namenlos
Which popular attractions are close to Romantic Hotel Namenlos?
Nearby attractions include Kunstmuseum Ahrenshoop (0.7 miles) and Kunstkaten Ahrenshoop (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Romantic Hotel Namenlos?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Romantic Hotel Namenlos?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Romantic Hotel Namenlos?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Romantic Hotel Namenlos?
Conveniently located restaurants include Cafe Pieni, Herr Hoshi, and Achtern Strom.
Does Romantic Hotel Namenlos have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Romantic Hotel Namenlos offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Romantic Hotel Namenlos located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Ahrenshoop.
Are any cleaning services offered at Romantic Hotel Namenlos?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Romantic Hotel Namenlos?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Romantic Hotel Namenlos offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and conference facilities during their stay.
Is Romantic Hotel Namenlos accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.