If you are looking for mundane sea resort atmosphere, Koserow might not be the right choice. This is more of a village located by the Baltic sea. A village with tourism and well connected by train. We liked it. The hotel offers a shuttle at arrival from the station. We took advantage of it.
The hotel is special, since it is frequented by many younger guests in wheelchairs - and older ones without. This made a very special mix of guests.
The hotel is made up of several buildings, not connected with each other. We booked a junior suite to allow for more space and comfort. And that is what we got. The breakfast had a very good choice, the restaurant was good (and since we had a very nice and competent waitress, Mrs. Neugebauer, she made our evening even better!).
Staff in general was nice and friendly. The gentleman who picked us up from the station was very kind. He reliably brought as back to the station on our departure.
There is an extraordinary spa within this hotel. We only used the heated indoor pool and the sauna. All well equipped and very relaxing.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking