Rooms 50 /Architecture Moritz Lau-Engehausen /Interior Design Moritz Lau-Engehausen /The Original Moritz Lau-Engehausen
Cerês sits perched on the liveliest spot of the beach promenade in Binz, Rügen’s most famous resort town. This idyllic, sensual seaside haven infuses the storied Baltic island with a distinct cosmopolitan flair down to its smallest, handcrafted detail. A soft, neutral mood is found in all the elegant, spacious rooms. The impression that the Caribbean has been transplanted to northeastern Germany is central to the hotel's design concept.
RLG - Rostock Laage Airport
Food & Drink
Spa & Recreation
Indoor Pool, Jogging Trail, Massage, Mountain Biking, Sauna, Sun Bed
Children are welcome
Conference & Meetings
1 meeting room
Breakfast Buffet, Business Center, Parking
Rooms & Suites
Each of the 50 rooms and suites offers floor-to-ceiling windows, a balcony, relaxing clean lines, inviting fabrics, and fine details such as luxurious black Chinese sandstone, platinum-colored fittings from Axor, and Bang & Olufsen televisions.
Destiny led to German architect Moritz Lau-Engehausen coming into possession of a property on Rügen—arguably the most beautiful of Germany’s Baltic islands—and Cerês was born. Following the principle of ‘less is more,’ Lau-Engehausen, who is also an interior designer, carved out an idyllic hideaway on the Baltic coast. Cerês is Lau-Engehausen’s definitive love letter to purity.