Rooms and apartments
All 113 rooms at the hotel are doubles and can be booked in the categories standard and superior; sizes vary from 20 to 28 square metres. A choice of smoking and non-smoking accommodation is offered.
Rooms are equipped with flat-screen television and SKY TV; some also offer the advantage of air conditioning. For long-stay guests, there are a number of rooms available with kitchenette.
North German delicacies
The restaurant Meeresbrise, serving breakfast and evening à-la-carte meals, features a bar and outdoor terrace. In total, the restaurant can seat 70 guests, plus a further 20 on the terrace in the summer months. In keeping with the name of the restaurant,
which means "sea breeze", the evening menu features North German specialities and seafood dishes.The restaurant is also available as a festive venue for private hire.
Functions catering for numbers up to 120
Both private parties and official events for up to 120 guests - including christening parties, banquets, conferences and congresses - can be hosted in the 180-square-metre function suite comprising four practical rooms fitted with modern equipment and WiFi.
The 70-seat restaurant is also available for private hire.Team-building and outdoor activities can be booked by arrangement.
Convenient for the Baltic Sea and Hamburg
The Hanseatic city of Lübeck lies directly on the Baltic Sea, only a one-and-a-half-hour drive from Hamburg and Kiel. Situated in the district of St. Lorenz, the TRYP by Wyndham Hotel Lübeck is only ten minutes by car or public transport from the main railway station.
The hotel is easily accessible from the A1 motorway, by taking the Lübeck-Moisling exit and heading towards the city centre. Lübeck Blankensee LBC Airport and Hamburg HAM Airport are nine and 50 kilometres away respectively.
Marzipan, literature and Brick Gothic
Lübeck offers everything expected of a Hanseatic city: harbour boat trips, guided city tours and walks with maritime flair. The city is renowned for its marzipan industry and "Holstentor" (city gate). Lübeck's town hall, castle monastery and Koberg Square - part of a perfectly
preserved district dating back to the 13th century and designated a 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.