Pool & Sauna
Water & Warmth
In order to make a contribution regardless of legal requirements, we will only operate our Finnish sauna daily. We will only operate our sanarium and steam bath temporarily and, if necessary, in alternation, taking into account the hotel’s occupancy rate. Our indoor pool is available to you as usual. In the event of legal requirements, changes or further restrictions may occur at any time.
Floating in the pool
Our spacious, heated indoor swimming pool invites you to linger. Thanks to the invigorating GRANDER water that flows throughout the hotel, the water in our pool is also particularly soft and pleasant to the skin. Enjoy the gentle waves of the water and look up at the Baltic Sea sky through the daylight window. Whether it’s straight after getting up in the morning or in the evening after an eventful day at the Baltic Sea — on more than 80 m², you can swim a few laps every day from 7:00 to 22:00 and simply feel good.
Sit back & relax
In our charming sauna area, you can switch off and do something good for your health simultaneously. Choose between the hot Finnish sauna, our gentle steam bath and the circulation-friendly sanarium.
To switch off, you can make yourself comfortable on our cosy loungers in the relaxation room with a view of the Baltic Sea. There you can read snuggled up in fluffy blankets or close your eyes for a while.
✓ Finnish Sauna
The Finnish sauna is the classic sauna and the best-known type of sauna in Germany. With high temperatures between 80 and 90 °C and low humidity of 10-30 %, it has a relaxing and health-promoting effect.
✓ Steam Bath
The warm, moist air of the steam bath has a positive effect on well-being. At 40 to 50 °C and high humidity, the airways are cleared and the pores of the skin are opened.
With comparatively low temperatures of 65 to 70 °C, the sanarium, also known as the bio-sauna, is the circulatory-friendly version of the Finnish sauna. With a fairly high humidity of around 55%, it is the perfect combination of a Finnish sauna and steam bath.