Weissenhaus Grand Village Resort
Scale of 90-100
Impeccably and stylishly restored aristocratic estate along the Baltic coast. The 54 rooms — almost none of which have sea views — are divided among the main château building and several pretty brick outbuildings, including the former gatehouse and dairy. My Deluxe Room with Terrace in the old bakery included a walk-in hearth (now a closet) and the original igloo-shaped oven. Otherwise, furnishings and décor are light, contemporary and comfortable. Casual Bootshaus restaurant serving Mediterranean-influenced fare overlooks the resort’s beach; also superb two-star Courtier in the château and convivial bar in the vaulted cellar. Magnificent spa complex with indoor-outdoor pool, gym and café. Idyllic beach walks and well-preserved medieval city of Lübeck nearby.
Read the full review from our editors.
The historical elements of our stylish room; the always cheerful and helpful staff; the excellent restaurants; the charming beach; the generally gracious atmosphere.
Our room's smallish bath; the lack of sea views from almost all accommodations.
Good to Know
The resort is a justly popular choice for families, but the children were never intrusive; the spa, for example, has adults-only hours.
Weissenhaus Grand Village Resort Features:
- Fitness center
- Hot tub
- Room service
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: Village Zimmer, $250; Editor’s Choice: Premium Suite, $700.
Learn more about Weissenhaus Grand Village Resort:
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