18609 Ostseebad Binz
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As a cosmopolitan highlight of Binz's liveliest beach promenade, CERĘS complements the beauty of Ruegen's seaside. Architect and interior designer Moritz Lau-Engehausen's singular vision infuses this idyllic haven with a clear, sensual, and modern sensibility through his use of smoked-oak wood parquet flooring and natural black Chinese stone.
A soft, neutral mood is found in all the elegant, spacious rooms. Tall French windows lead to each room's balcony or terrace, overlooking a panoramic view of the island's velvety white sand beaches and glistening blue water. The impression that the Caribbean has been transplanted to northeastern Germany is central to the hotel's design concept. In the Senso Spa, luxurious treatments focus on water in all of its forms and temperatures, while the restaurant, Negro, extends the aquatic theme, even as its roof terrace location offers a spectacular glass cupola for night time stargazing. From that perch, guests can perhaps spy the small black orb that gives this dreamy hotel its name. With immaculate charm and classical lines, the Baltic's new star – already the winner of multiple awards – is a veritable love letter to purity, and Germany's ultimate seaside experience.
LOCATION OF CERĘS, OSTSEEBAD BINZ
The CERĘS is perfectly located on the seaside of the Baltic sea resort of Binz, on the German island of Ruegen.
The hotel is located on the liveliest spot of the beach promenade within Ruegen’s most famous and vibrant resort town.
HOW TO REACH RUEGEN
Ruegen is located 320 km from Hamburg Airport, 300 km from Berlin Airport or 150 km from Rostock-Laage Airport.
The nearest large city is Stralsund 50 km away. Binz is 25 km from the aerodrome Güttin, a small airport serving private planes, and 10 km from the ferry harbour in Sassnitz-Mukran.
The hotel is 1 km from the IC train station Binz.
How to get there:
Autobahn A20 to Stralsund, Bundesstrasse B96 via Ruegen bridge, through Bergen (capital) to Binz. The Ruegen bridge connects the island by road with the city of Stralsund on the mainland.
There are also ferry connections from Stralsund, and from Scandinavia (Trelleborg/Sweden and Bornholm/Denmark).