Free-of-charge WiFi acess in all rooms

A large number of the 141 stylishly decorated rooms in the TRYP by Wyndham Bad Oldesloe Hotel are Standard and Comfort category double rooms. There are also 27 single rooms, four twin-bed rooms and a three-bed room available, 

as are seven rooms with disabled access. Some of the rooms have panorama windows and offer a great view of the surrounding area. WiFi can be used free of charge throughout the hotel.

International cuisine and cocktails

The à-la-carte restaurant Up'nSandkamp of the TRYP by Wyndham Bad Oldesloe Hotel has space to seat 110 Guests. A comprehensive breakfast buffet is served in the mornings, in the evenings seasonal and international dishes are to be found on the menu. 

In the summer months, there are a further 40 seats available on the hotel terrace. The hotel's bar offers beverages in the evening. The "GC Glub" dance bar can be reserved for family or company events of up to 80 persons.

Flexible conference rooms to be combined

Whether for conferences, presentations or smaller meetings: 17 conference rooms, some of which can be combined with each other, offer sufficient space for events of between ten and 100 participants. The rooms are on the ground floor and in the basement

of the building. The largest conference room has an area of around 85 square metres. The most modern conference equipment, WiFi access and natural light all come as standard with the conference rooms in the TRYP by Wyndham Bad Oldesloe Hotel.

Fitness and sauna for a sense of wellbeing

The hotel's wellness area includes a gym, a sauna and a relaxation room. Massages and a wide range of beauty treatments are also available. Guests may rent Nordic walking poles from 

the reception for dynamic walks through the green surroundings of Bad Oldesloe. There are also a lot of routes for jogging in the surrounding forests and around the lakes.

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Culture and nature combined in Bad Oldesloe

Numerous villas, the inland harbour and the spa gardens in the heart of the city bear witness to the history of Bad Oldesloe as a sol, moor and sulphur spa as well as the cities role in salt extraction in the 18th century. As a local recreation area, the 

district capital also offers numerous possibilities for relaxing and rest in nature:The "Brenner Moor" nature reserve and the Bad Oldesloe mini-golf course are within a ten minute drive away.