Weissenhaus Grand Village Resort & SPA
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Located in Wangels, Weissenhaus Grand Village Resort & SPA is by the ocean and convenient to Columbus Park and Weissenhauser Strand Pier. This 5-star hotel is within the vicinity of Abenteuer Dschungelland and Gut Testorf.
Make yourself at home in one of the 55 guestrooms featuring free minibar items and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and complimentary bottled water.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. You’re sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, including a health club, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge). The complimentary beach shuttle makes getting to the surf and sand a breeze.
Food & Drink
Grab a bite at one of the hotel’s 3 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Relax with a refreshing drink at a beach bar, a poolside bar, or one of 2 bars/lounges. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 8 AM to noon.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include limo/town car service, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. This hotel has 4 meeting rooms available for events. A train station pick-up service is provided at no charge (available on request), and free valet parking is available onsite.
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It has taken me a few months to write this review as I have such mixed feelings. On one hand, this is indeed a beautiful hotel with luxurious aspects. The sprawling grounds are well maintained and great for long walks. The staff was friendly, personable, and accommodating. Breakfast in the separate cottage was available until noon - which was a a luxury in itself. The spa was open and bright and airy, yet it was made cozy by the fireplace, the comfortable seating and the good supply of blankets, cushions, and towels. I also really enjoyed the food and smoothies in the spa. The modern Asian food in the "cellar" restaurant was as tasty as the decor was stylish. There was even an ice-cream making class that was fun and hosted in a gorgeous kitchen space. The hotel is pet-friendly and you can even reserve a dog-sitter (15€/hr) if you do not want to leave your dog alone while you enjoy the spa, or while you go to breakfast. Nice.
Despite all of these good things, there were other aspects that were definitely not up to the standards of a luxury property. I stayed in a room in the Schloss and was reminded several times that coffee and cake were available in the afternoons. I always find this to be a nice offering at a luxury hotel, but I have never before been charged for it. For the price one pays per night at this hotel, I hardly expected a 5€ charge for an afternoon coffee. It seems a bit mean. It was lovely to have breakfast available until noon, and the food was nice, but neither in quality nor selection was it luxury. The staff throughout the hotel were professional and friendly and often called you by name, but in the breakfast cottage there seemed to be a hope, if not an expectation, that staff receive a gratuity if you stayed for more than a day or two. On several occasions I saw staff accepting tips. Certainly there is nothing wrong with a gratuity, but it is not nice to feel it is expected as a server hovers by your table too long or too often near the end of your meal, especially after you have stayed a few days. The spa probably merits a separate review. The spa itself was beautiful, but the services were below par.
Don't mistake me. There is a lot that is good here, but is it the level of luxury you paid for? Not by a long shot. I had the feeling there was a lot of old money here and a majority of German clientele. Perhaps by German standards this hotel is the height of luxury, but if you can afford to stay here for a week, I'd opt instead to spend 4-5 days in real luxury in a European capital.
We have visited the Grand Village in autumn for a long weekend to get away from it all and it was perfect. The setting away from everything and just by the beach is quiet and beautiful, we walked along the beach and through the forest just taking time off.
The hotel itself is magnificient. Our room was large, overlooking the gardens with an open fireplace and a huge bathroom that completed the spa atmosphere. The spa area itself is the best I have seen, with a nice pool area, beautiful sauna and steam baths and very nicely arranged relax areas all around. Though I personally am not such a spa fan, I spend two full days here and enjoyed every minute.
One point where there is room for improvement: The gymn could use some more weights and bar-bells.
The food is outstanding. The goes for the breakfast as well as for the restaurant by the sea. The stroll out to the restaurant on the water is particularly nice.
We will certainly come back.
Stayed here in September 2017 on a business trip. My room was located in an old house and had a very tasteful interior with beach decorations. Luxury toiletries, luxury bathroom with a tub. The location of the resort is amazing, it's just a short and peaceful walk to the beach. Dinner at the Bootshaus was amazing!
While on our holidays in nothern Germany we visited this beautiful area. The gounds gave recently been refurbished this old proprty
However the room service is not really up to the prices or existent and simple request were met with bereaucratic excuses
A shame !!!!
This is mostly a well managed hotel where the staff really look after you from the moment you arrive until you leave. The food is superb at the Bootshaus and they have plenty of champagne on ice - always a good sign! We also ate at the Asian restaurant/bar which had tasty Asian style tapas style food too in a cosy but dark, underground venue - definitely an evening visit! The Michelin-star restaurant was closed when we were there - a note from the hotel to notify us before arriving would have been polite. The grounds are impressive and relaxing with period buildings (the bedrooms) dotted about and you can have a windswept walk on the beach at the end of the property next to the Bootshaus restaurant - no Sylt-like dunes here but pleasant enough and you can walk through the woods and over the headland which has some lovely romantic views. The spa is nice enough but somehow I didn't find the area for relaxing very cosy as it is very open with high ceilings, although the open fire was a welcome touch. The massages were good - I took the wild card Hawaiian one which was good.. but certainly not for the modest or faint hearted (woman)!! The pool is pleasant but not much chance for doing laps - just lazing around. We were here in winter without kids so I'm not sure how much fun it would be for them. The worst part was the bedrooms - we took a suite and it was decorated on a very mean budget. Wobbly lights, small synthetic rugs, fake leather items, no shower in the bathroom, just a bath(!).. everything felt small and ungenerous and the maid service was basic too. The big draw for me is fresh air and impressive grounds and wonderful food with some great service.