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Mecklenburger Allee 1, 23946, Boltenhagen, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania Germany
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#2 of 29 Specialty lodging in Boltenhagen
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
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Bicycle rental
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Game room
Mini golf
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JiDewi wrote a review Aug 2020
Braunschweig, Germany3 contributions2 helpful votes
After reading critical reviews about this place and the corona situation limiting us to travel far, we decided to try vacationing here. We spent 5 nights in a 2-bedroom apartment here. Check-in and check-out were quick and uncomplicated. Reception staff were always friendly and helpful. We got a house near the boat marina. On this side of the complex, the buildings have many swallow nests thus bird excrement should be expected. The apartment is on the first floor which I think is perfect for a good view towards the water. On the ground floor pedestrian could look into the apartment. On the second flood would be too warm in summer. The apartment was clean. The toilet smell like old urine (we knew this beforehand from reviews so we‘d prepared ourselves mentally). The balcony was acceptable. Yes, there are bird excrement every where but not as bad as we thought it would be (again, from reading the reviews). We didn‘t hang out on the balcony. Instead we opened the glass door wide and sit in the living room. The bedrooms were clean and had blackouts and mosquito filter on the window. Build-in wardrobe with plenty of storage. A safebox is in one of the bedroom. The pillows do not provide enough support so I wished I had brought my own pillow. The kitchen was clean and had most utensils needed. A cutting board and a small knife were not there, so we called receptionist and they sent housekeeping to being us new ones. There is no oven, but one can order pizza to-go from their restaurant. The price is fair; 7€ for a 30cm pizza margherita. There is a discounter near the hotel (approx. 10 min. walk). A vacuum cleaner and mop in the apartment for in-between cleaning by ourselves. The swimming pool is very nice. The indoor pools are heated. The outdoor pool is not. One must call the receptionist or the poolhouse to reserve a swim time(max. 90 min.). We called 2 days in advance to get a spot. The beach is the biggest minus point for us. It is stony and has a lot of seegrass (tang) growing at the seaground, loose ones floating in the water (our legs getting tangled in them sometimes) and accumulating at the beach. We‘ve been to other beaches in this area (Lübecker Bucht, Kühlungsborn), but this was the worst so far (and that for the most money we had spent for accomodation). All in all, it is a nice place esp. for family with small kids. It was a nice change of view for us and the staff are very friendly and quick in response when we needed anything (handsoap or toilette paper refill), but we would rather spent the money for a clean and sandy beach next time.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
Alan P wrote a review Jul 2018
120 contributions42 helpful votes
Recommended for families, have an own beach, some attractions for kids. Negative points: bikes must be rented (paid) as well the small karts for kids, as well the tents on the beach, as well the towels...
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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U_H wrote a review Apr 2018
Oslo, Norway33 contributions27 helpful votes
The hotel is a group of houses along the Baltic Sea shore of Boltenhagen. We were there during the Easter Holidays, it was cold and snowing, so we had to imagine the place in fine weather. The hotel consists of a main house with reception and restaurant, nice appartment houses with a nice view to the Baltic Sea, and activity houses (pool house, adventure playground, the latter seperated between teens and youngsters). If one likes family-concept-vacation, Boltenhagen is probably a good choice. The breakfast was good. The staff was surprisingly bad at speaking and understanding English, so some German skills are necessary. Otherwise the staff is friendly.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Kim N wrote a review Jul 2017
5 contributions
This is an absolutely stunning hotel. My wife, our children and I stayed at their Boltenhagen location. When we arrived we were all amazed, to say the least - all the apartments are very large (we opted for one with two bedrooms - appx. 60m2) and has a balcony with a pictureesque vista over the sea (Ostsee). Everything is clean, luxorius, new and the interior decor is contemporary and cosy. The pictures on their website don't lie. The place has wonderfull facilities for families with children of all ages. The staff is so nice (love Germans - among friendliest and civilized in the world) and the service level is second to none! Everyone is just so professional and we got the feeling that the primary costumer at Dorfhotel is the little ones. We loved it and will return next year . maybe try their Flensee location :-) I would give it six stars, if the rating scale went that high and recommend to everyone - with or without children!
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Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
CJayHH wrote a review Jun 2017
Hamburg, Germany52 contributions21 helpful votes
We visited the Dorf­hotel last year and were so impressed th­at this year we book­ed a return trip and also a trip to Sylt also in the Dorfhot­el. Last year we had a clean and fresh room with a balcony look­ing over the sea. Qu­ite a beautiful room. This year we checked in at 15:30, 30 mi­nutes after we under­stood checkin opened and we were given a room on the ground floor with no sea vi­ew, but instead a da­rker view of quite some weeds. We were also greeted with the outdoor furniture being indoors not all­owing any access to the sofa (see photos­). The room also did­n’t feel so fresh, like we got the “bott­om of the list” room and the smell from the fridge smelt like a cleaning room in a hotel - a very st­rong smell of disinf­ectant.  I asked for a diffe­rent room and told that we were the last to checkin, which I was surprised at as we checked in only 30 minutes after the checkin was open.  Eventually we got a new room after some others paid for an upgrade. The room was treated to the same “outdoor furniture indoors” and a squa­shed fly graveyard on the ceiling - see the photo if you wil­l.  When using the pool with our two year old daughter we were told that we couldn’t go into the main pool as she was weari­ng swim nappies. We regularly attend our local swimming pool in Hamburg and have never had this prob­lem. A combination of th­ese facts made us not really feel welcome at the hotel and question whether we’d want to stay again at the hotel next ti­me we visit Boltenha­gen. All in all a disapp­ointing break compar­ed with our last tri­p.
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
Christian F wrote a review May 2016
10 contributions
This is totally a hotel designed for families with kids. The rooms are not carpeted so it wont be spoiled by kids easily. There are many outdoor activities for the family. The sea facing suites are great for a family retreat. Come with a few families you can have the entire house. The restaurant is excellent. If you come from Lubeck there are some great scenery on the way in the fields. It is a bit far off from the town center.
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Date of stay: May 2016
Carol W wrote a review Oct 2015
Berlin, Germany81 contributions18 helpful votes
We stayed for a week in October. Weather was pleasant and we had a great stay. Appt really clean and tidy. View of the harbour. Top floor large appt as we had a grandparent with us. We used the kitchen alot and enjoyed family meals in the appt. We cannot comment on the breakfast which is available for an extra price. We all have dietary problems so the breakfast deal did not suit us. There is a Brötchen service, whereby bread rolls are delivered to your door in the morning. We did that the first morning but then sent the kids down on the other days. One does get the feeling that the kids can run around safely (of course children who are old enough.) in the complex. There was a mini golf area free of charge. Bike and cart hire for an extra charge available from 10 in the morning I think. Our son loved the Jeep 4 wheel pedal bike. The pool is the best thing for us in Autumn. The kids swam every morning after breakfast. We do recommend you take care in the pool the tiles are VERY slippery and should actually be replaced. OUr son fell and hit his head and had to be transported to the Wismar hospital for a check up. He was just stepping from the warm pool to the main pool. So much water on the tiles and he fell. I would recommend this place for any family who enjoys the feeling that one is staying in apphotel situation with other families around - not too loud or noticeable to disturb your stay (at least in Autumn). We enjoyed our second stay in two years.
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Date of stay: October 2015
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: All rooms have views - very quiet at night We LOVED the wood stove in the appt
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mghagens wrote a review Sep 2012
Bonn22 contributions7 helpful votes
It was the first time for us in Boltenhagen and we found a clean, family-friendly complex directly on the coast. What surprised me the most was that the place was full of kids yet it had a peace that one could actually kick back and relax. The food in the restaurants was excellent, the huge choice of activities including mini-golf and Segway tours was simply perfect. The staff always friendly and helpful and quite honestly for the middle of the summer the price was OK. We'll be back!
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Date of stay: August 2012
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dorfhotel Boltenhagen
Which popular attractions are close to Dorfhotel Boltenhagen?
Nearby attractions include Bothmer Palace (6.5 km), Seebrücke Boltenhagen (2.8 km), and Fischereihafen Boltenhagen (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Dorfhotel Boltenhagen?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Dorfhotel Boltenhagen?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Dorfhotel Boltenhagen?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Dorfhotel Boltenhagen?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Dorfhotel Boltenhagen?
Conveniently located restaurants include Fischrestaurant Blinkfuer, Cafe LINDQUIST, and Cafe Einraum.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Dorfhotel Boltenhagen?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Dorfhotel Boltenhagen have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Dorfhotel Boltenhagen offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Dorfhotel Boltenhagen have airport transportation?
Yes, Dorfhotel Boltenhagen offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Dorfhotel Boltenhagen?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Dorfhotel Boltenhagen?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and German.