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Kempinski Grand Hotel

Open All Year... A place of breathtaking beauty and splendour awaits you in Germany's oldest coastal Spa. A place that turns hectic and stress into calmness and relaxation. Experience uniqueness at the Kempinski Grand Hotel Hailigendamm.

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A place of  breathtaking beauty and splendour awaits you in Germany`s oldest coastal spa. A place that turns hectic and stress into calmness and relaxation. Experience uniqueness at the Kempinski Grand Hotel Heiligendamm.


In 1793, upon the advice of his personal physician, Professor Dr. Samuel Gottlieb Vogel, Frederick-Francis I Duke of Mecklenburg Schwerin took his first bath in the sea at "Heiligen Damm", and this marked the birth of the first German seaside resort.

Vogel recognized the healing effect of sea water on a series of illnesses. But the main advantages in favour of the location of Heiligendamm were of a climatic nature, such as air that has little dust and is moist, low variations in temperature, the surrounding lush beech forests, as well as the lack of tides. In the years following its foundation, there was a great deal of building done at "Heiligen Damm" in order to do justice to the rising popularity of the seaside resort. Between 1793 and 1870, the architects, Johann Christoph Heinrich von Seydwitz, Carl Theodor Severin and Gustav Adolph Demmler, created a unique, classical work of art consisting of bathing and lodging houses.

In 1823 the first racecourse on the European continent was opened between Heiligendamm and Doberan was thus the trophy of German horse-racing. In 1862, the narrow-gauge railway which joined Doberan to Heiligendamm was officially opened. This stretch of railway was extended to Kühlungsborn in 1910 and still operates under steam today.Since its foundation, Heiligendamm was the most elegant seaside resort in Germany. European high nobility, including the Tsar's family, spent their summer holidays here. Heiligendam remained an exclusive spa into the thirties of the 20th century, with many prominent guests. At that time in society, it was considered a must to have been there at least once in a person's life. After World War II, Heiligendamm's buildings were used as a sanatorium and a place to convalesce.

In 1996, the Fundus Group, located in Cologne, purchased the "white town by the sea". After extensive renovations, the opening of the Kempinski Grand Hotel Heiligendamm in the spring of 2003 will mark the rebirth of this exclusive spa.

The Kempinski Grand Hotel Heiligendamm opened on 1st of June 2003 after three years of careful reconstruction work and marked the rebirth of Germany's oldest sea spread.


The Hotel is located in Heiligendam.


  • Rostock: 19km
  • Lubeck: 110km
  • Berlin: 220km
  • Hamburg: 160km


Lodging Facilities

Rolstoel toegankelijk
Was en Strijk Service
Sommige Huisdieren Toegestaan
Gezonheids en Schoonheidszorg
Spa / Thalasso
Sporten in de omgeving
Parkeer mogelijkheden
Cafeteria / Snack Bar
Internet Toegang
24 Uur Room service
Fitness Club
Meeting Hallen
Niet Roken Kamers
Gourmet Restauranten
Verwarmd Binnenzwembad
Zaken Centrum / Services
Water Sporten
Activiteiten voor Kinderen


Internet Toegang
Badkamer met douche of Bad
Mini Bar

Conference facilities

PC - Printer
LCD Projector
Flip Chart
Slide Projector
Xerox Copieer apparaat

Accommodation Type



Kempinski Hotels & Resorts

Food & Beverages

  • Kurhaus Restaurant with large terrace 
  • Nelson Bar with terrace 
  • Baltic Bar with terrace 
  • Spa lounge
  • Gourmet Restaurant Friedrich Franz

The menu features gourmet dishes: the best of the regional cuisine, brilliantly refined.

Both the restaurant in the historical ‘Kurhaus’, with its luxurious, hand-painted silk wall coverings and chandeliers, as well as the magnificent terrace with its columns and breathtaking view of the Baltic Sea offer an exquisite ambience.

The Baltic Bar, situated in “Haus Mecklenburg”, is with its terraces the place to meet for an appetizer. The Nelson Bar in “Haus Grand Hotel” is the ideal place for a digestive as well as to sit and listen to live piano music.

The elegant “Kurhaus Restaurant” offers a creative and light regional cuisine with fresh local products also from the “ Gut Vorder Bollhagen Buffet- breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served here. On the terrace our guests can enjoy small dishes, ice-cream specialities, tea, coffee and different kind of cakes as well as an international selection of drinks. The main restaurant is located on the ground floor of the “Kurhaus” and is connected to the terrace, the ballroom and the private-dining area. The “Kurhaus Restaurant” provides 108 seats inside, 180 seats outside on the terrace; breakfast will be served from 7 a.m.; lunch from 12 a.m. and dinner from 6 p.m.

In June 2004 the Kempinski Grand Hotel Heiligendamm added yet another attraction: the restaurant Friedrich Franz. Chef Tillmann Hahn, who has worked at some of the finest Swiss gourmet restaurants, serves up specialties from Wednesday to Sunday to delight the palates of customers. His modern cosmopolitan cuisine of aromatic colours knows no geographical boundaries. Based on the traditional values of selecting the finest ingredients cultivated at the peak of the growing season and mixing them with craftsman-like precision, he brings out the hues and nuances of flavour much like an artist mixing colours on a canvas: some things are soft pastel while others are powerful and daring, but always finely nuanced and well thought out. Harmony arises through contrasts. Enjoy this under sparkling chandeliers in an aristocratic atmosphere looking out over the Baltic Sea.

The “Nelson Bar” with its terrace is located on the ground floor of the “Haus Grand Hotel”. The bar is the central meeting point for our guests. It offers a wide variety of drinks, small dishes as well as live entertainment during the evenings. The “Nelson Bar” provides 120 seats inside, 120 seats on its terrace and is open daily from 9 a.m.

The “Baltic Bar” is situated in the vestibule between the “Kurhaus” and the “Haus Mecklenburg”. With its two adjoining terraces it is more than suitable for an appetizer. Here you can find an extensive selection of whiskey, cognac and exclusive cigars. Additionally homemade snacks as well as a variety of canapes will be served. The “Baltic Bar” provides 22 seats inside, 40 seats on the terrace.


Telephone Numbers:

+30 2810 300330
+30 2810 220088

Fax Numbers:
+30 2810 220785

International Reservation Centre

Telephone Numbers:
+30 2810 382750

Fax Numbers:
+30 2810 333224