My partner and I recently booked a week's stay at this hotel. We had a fine room, directly on the beach and a wonderful view of the Baltic Sea. The room was modern and clean, but lacked extra amenities such as a kettle (we later found one in a common room at the end of the hall). The meals were not the best: only whole milk and butter along with lots of fried meats and very oily salads. The staff was for the most part friendly and we did feel comfortable at the hotel.
The spa treatments were, however, a lot less than we expected. Each one is only 15 minutes long and some of the treatment rooms looked dirty and uncared for. The massage was just awful. I specifically asked them to work on one of my shoulders, but both masseuses (you have different operators at different times of day) after saying OK, spent the time doing full back massages that were more finger tapping and stroking. I finally stopped going after the third time. The fangopacks were very helpful, even though 15 minutes is way too short.
There is a pool and it is just lovely. The saunas were also very nice. I had a facial at the salon at extra cost and it was the best treatment for the whole week.
In the evenings there are dance parties until 10pm in a room over the diningroom, which is on the seaside of the hotel. The music is very loud and can be heard in every room on that side. We were on the 6th floor and could name the songs the live bands played. The music stopped at 10 on the dot except for one evening, when it went an hour longer.
In all, it was a nice week. If you are looking for a super luxurious hotel with carefully planned out spa treatments, this is not the place for you. If you are looking to relax with a couple of treatments, then this is the place for you.