Rooms and apartments
All 113 rooms at the hotel are doubles and can be booked in the categories Standard and Superior; varying in size from 20 to 28 m². A choice of smoking and non-smoking accommodation is offered.
Rooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs with SKY TV channels; some also offer the comfort of air conditioning. A number of rooms with a kitchenette are available for long-term guests.
Our restaurant with up to 70 seats offers an extensive breakfast for a great start into your day. For the summer days, our terrace invites you for a stay to enjoy the warm sunshine.
For your best treatment, we offer 24/7 cold drinks at our reception.
Events with up to 120 participants
A total event space of 180 m² is available for private or official events, e.g. christenings, banquets, conferences or congresses with up to 120 participants. The 4 multi-function rooms are equipped with modern
technology and Wi-Fi. Also the restaurant can be booked for exclusive events with up to 70 participants. Upon request, the hotel offers team incentives and additional outdoor activities.
Between the Baltic Sea and Hamburg
The Hanseatic city of Lübeck is located right by the Baltic Sea, only about 1.5 h by car away from the cities Hamburg and Kiel. The TRYP by Wyndham Hotel Lübeck Aquamarin is situated in the district of St. Lorenz, with the main train station 10 minutes away by car or public
transport. The hotel can be easily reached via the A1 motorway exit "Lübeck-Moisling", following the signposts towards the city centre. Lübeck Blankensee Airport LBC is 9 km away, Hamburg Airport HAM 50 km.
Marzipan, literature and brick Gothic
Lübeck offers everything one would expect of a Hanseatic city: harbour boat trips, guided city tours and walks with maritime flair. The city is renowned for its marzipan industry and the "Holstentor" city gate. Lübeck's town hall, the Dominican monastery and Koberg Square - part of a perfectly
preserved district dating back to the 13th century and a designated UNESCO World Heritage site - are just a 15-minute car drive from the hotel, as are the Buddenbrookhaus literature museum and the Günther Grass House, a museum honoring the work of the Literature Nobel Prize winner.