About Grand Hotel Heiligendamm
Nestled in the dense forestland along the Baltic Sea on Germany's northern coast, the Grand Hotel Heiligendamm holds the honor of being the country's oldest seaside resort, originating in 1793.
The brisk air and mild climate have long attracted travelers to the "white town by the sea" and to the Heiligendamm hotel, whose guests have included European nobility during the summer holiday to world leaders attending the 33rd G8 Summit.
Used as a sanatorium after World War II, the hotel reopened in 2003, comprising a new state-of-the-art spa complex. The hotel's six crisp white buildings offer an unpretentious, classic feel, complementing its "luxury is leisure" philosophy.
Several restaurants are on-site, in addition to meeting facilities, two golf courses, and a children's area.