Architecture Past and present unified in maritime atmosphere

During construction of the hotel the focus was on preservation of existing buildings, some of which are listed heritage buildings. For example, the architects could preserve four of the former facades at Schiffbrücke 32 to 36. Together with contemporary new buildings the resulting architectural diversity of the ensemble combines both historical and modern parts.

This unique combination is also reflected in our rooms. A total of 69 rooms – four of which billets with their own kitchenette and separate living and sleeping areas – are available.

Foreship Diversity at the waterfront

Historical facades flank our main building which is characterised by a corten steel facade. This completely recyclable material also provides for a maritime element which perfectly fits into the context of the Flensburg Fjord.

Bridge The lobby

The lobby is equipped with large windows and chandeliers with glass drops. This results in beautiful light effects on the maritime scenes on the wallpapers.

In the centre of our lobby you will find our reception which reminds of a maritime bar counter.

Construction diaryThe work in pictures

Astern Our house on the inner yard

Hidden behind the old buildings our stern deck is located on the inner yard. This new building was erected with a classic brick facade and thus perfectly fits into the existing ensemble of buildings. The rooms astern provide a view of the charming courtyard, the rooms at the side impress with a view of the harbour.

Start of construction work 01 April 2014
Laying of the foundation stone 06 November 2015
Topping out ceremony 14 April 2016