Luxurious rooms with a view
Nostalgia meets modernity in the hotel premises that include an Art-Nouveau villa and a modern, recently renovated building. The 92 hotel rooms and 13 Suites offer an unforgettable and luxurious living experience.
The Suites are located in the Art Nouvau villa adjacent to the hotel. Many of the rooms in the recently renovated main building feature a balcony with a breathtaking view on the Baltic Sea. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.
PRIME Restaurant & Bar: Indulgence at airy heights
The PRIME Restaurant & Bar is a special highlight on the island of Usedom. At a height of 30 m, it is the highest restaurant on the island, offering a stunning view on the sea and the 3 imperial baths of
Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin. The view is without a doubt impressive, but so is the cuisine at the PRIME Restaurant. The restaurant is famous for its grilled specialities and seafood dishes.
Unwind at the in-house spa
The amenities at Strandhotel Ahlbeck include a spacious wellness area with large panorama windows. The wellness area features a swimming pool, a Finnish sauna and a gym.
In addition, a pampering programme including different massages and cosmetic treatments is offered at the beauty salon.
Central beach location
Strandhotel Ahlbeck is located on the Baltic Sea island of Usedom, a popular tourist destination in the north of Germany. Situated quietly yet centrally on the car-free beach promenade in Ahlbeck,
the hotel offers direct beach access. Ahlbeck's town centre is only 500 m away and can easily be reached on foot. The train station is approx. 700 m away.
Relax and explore
The beachfront and the different spa treatments, bathing and sauna facilities in the 3 imperial baths of Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin offer numerous ways to relax, unwind and have fun with the family.
The pavillion restaurant on the pier and a small shell museum are within walking distance from the hotel. The Polish city of Świnoujście is only a 15-minute drive away and offers a museum for deep-sea fishing and the 15th highest lighthouse in the world.