Hotel & Spa - Island of Rügen
After the reunification of Germany in the early 1990s, KRAUSE BOHNE Architects + Planners International Architects + Planners International developed Rügen’s leading resort, in the north-west of the island, managed by Seidler Hotels (with honours in "Gault Millau") and later by Radisson Blu. Today, the 155-room hotel is operated by Lindner Hotels.
After the hotel was taken over by the HR Group, Berlin KRAUSE BOHNE Architects + Planners International received the order to restore the building and optimize it by adding considerable extensions. The resort is located directly by the sea with a spacious natural beach and private bay.
As in a North German farm, the "Tenne", or barn, is the central focus of attention. Here, the lobby, the lounge and the restaurant areas come together and form a large communication zone. The "Tenne" is three stories high and 50 m long and is cleverly designed in such a way that the visitor feels comfortable in the congenial atmosphere despite the room’s vast extent and immense height.
For the future orientation of the resort as an exemplary wellness and spa hotel on the island, the roofing of the year-round heated outdoor swimming pool is planned, as well as an extension in the form of a sauna village. 30 luxury spa apartments and a small sports village with indoor and outdoor activities will complete the resort’s offerings.