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Reviewed 26 November 2012

After 2years we visited this peaceful Hotel in the middle of a Nature Reserve again. This has definately been improved Since we were last here. The biggest improvement is that all rooms now have unlimited Internet access. Our room was bigger this time with more sitting facilities and we had a kettle with tea and coffee.
The breakfast was just as incredible as the last time. Any request was fullfilled from all the friendly staff leaving nö wishes open.
It seems that a good part of the Hotel has been renovated, new carpets on many corridors and a generally fresher look.
The Fitness room has been upgraded with much more equipment, and the Pool room now has more, and better, Sun-loungers.
We love this place, now even more than before.

Room Tip: Rooms in Haus Tenne are much quieter.
  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 5 January 2012

The Location is great, right in the middle of a Nature Reserve, looking directly over the water.
The hotel is a bit shabbier than it was a few years ago, and the horrible cobble stones between the Entrance and the Parking lot make sure that all nice shoes stay in your case!!
The breakfast is great, and the view from the Wintergarten is georgeous.
Due to the restricted menu in the Restaurant, we preferred to eat in Fähr Eck now and again. About a 6min drive down the road, very rustical with very fresh fish.
Swimming pool is very small and the outside bit is closed in the winter months.
Restaurant staff are very friendly. If you want to use your Laptop you must have a room in the main building or else you end up sitting in the Lobby.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank bunch-o-heather
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Reviewed 14 August 2011

The entrance to the hotel is a cobbled surface rather than a tarmac smooth surface, as a result unloading and loading of your luggage is difficult, even with the benefit of suitcases having wheels. In addition to this the ramp for wheel chair access is also a cobbled surface - which probably contravenes EU law regarding disabled access.
The other aspect of the hotel which is questionable is the height of the beds from the floor and in addition the mattress is recessed with in a wooden frame, rather than being on top, therefore when sitting on the side of the bed part of the thigh of the leg is on the hard wooden frame, therefore getting into and out of bed isn't easy. The beds are probably a designer’s dream of the age of about 30, rather than a lateral/logical thinking person who considered not only design, but functionality across all age groups.
The real benefit of the hotel is the location and really no more, although the friendly staff is a positive.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank skyhigh007
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Reviewed 6 August 2009

The hotel is located next to the see at an isolated location. The bad things to say about this hotel are that it is far away from the beach, too small gym with little equipment and too few restaurant choices. The good things are the quietness, the connection between indoor and outdoor swimming pools, friendly staff and special offers.

A car is required to get around on the Island as I assess it to be to dangerous to bicycle on the Island because the (car-) speed on the roads are high and few bicycle roads were visible. Except nature there is little to see on Rügen, but 3-4 days at the hotel with a focus on wellness, restaurant visit and the swimming pool can compensate for this.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled with family
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4  Thank DanishModel
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Reviewed 13 July 2009

We decided to stay at this resort after having seen the pictures in the internet and read some reviews. The experience is nothing like what you see in Radission's pictures or what most reviewers seem to think, even if there of course are positives too.

The hotel is situated in a very remote area of Rügen. This might be okay if it really was a resort, but it is mostly a run-down hotel.

Rooms are quite big but run-down and with stains in the carpeting. Rooms have NO air-conditioning, which is very bad if you come during the summer.

Reception staff gave us the wrong information twice (or even lied to us). They treat guests as thieves and write you up for borrowing a bath robe or umbrella...

Breakfast is excellent! A lot of stuff and very friendly staff!

Pool area is small for the size of the hotel and remembering that it is around 20 kilometres to the nearest beach. Staff is friendly and once one of them even helped to take out a sun bed even if it was against regulations. There were around 20 sun beds for a big hotel...

Free internet!

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank Travellerwithstyle
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