in the Baltic Sea Spa of Zingst
|June 12, 2006 - The Steigenberger Strandhotel Zingst welcomed its first
guests on 1st June. The First-Class Hotel occupies a wonderful location
directly on the beach promenade in the heart of the Baltic seaside health
resort of Zingst and boasts a large Wellness Pavilion covering 1400 square
meters. The well-known designer Anne Maria Jagdfeld was responsible for
the interior of the hotel. The Steigenberger Strandhotel Zingst is the
Frankfurt-based hotel group’s second hotel on the Fischland-Darß-Zingst
peninsula and offers the perfect surroundings for holidays and incentive
Salty sea air and long beaches, cliffs and lakes, seagulls and cranes: all these can be enjoyed by guests at the new Steigenberger Strandhotel Zingst. The First-Class hotel is located on the beach promenade in Zingst and has 121 rooms, including two suites and two apartments. Many of the rooms have a loggia, balcony or terrace.
The unusual interior architecture of the new Steigenberger hotel is the work of Anne Maria Jagdfeld and her Berlin design team amj. Jagdfeld is known for her timeless and luxurious style; a combination of classical lines and modern concepts. The unique talents of Anne Maria Jagdfeld can be seen in such projects as the Hotel Adlon in Berlin or the Grand Hotel Heiligendamm.
A highlight of the Steigenberger Strandhotel Zingst is the Wellness
Pavilion, located in the hotel gardens. Covering an area of 1400 square
meters, it has an indoor pool and whirlpool, a sauna area, a solarium and
various fitness, beauty and massage facilities. From June to October there
is also an inviting outdoor pool where guests can swim or simply relax.
Conference delegates can make use of two conference rooms in the Steigenberger
Aparthotel Zingst opposite as well as a further conference facility for
up to 70 people in the neighbouring Spa building.
Contemporary light cuisine with a Mediterranean influence can be found
on the menu of the “Nautilus” Restaurant alongside classic regional dishes.
The hotel’s own “Oyster Bar” offers the finest seafood and guests can enjoy
cakes and snacks by the fireplace in the lobby.
A wide variety of leisure opportunities such as cycling tours, sailing or canoeing trips, beach walks and boat excursions, horse riding and swimming make this a perfect holiday destination.
Steigenberger Strandhotel Zingst
Corporate Communications * Annika Kunstmann
|Also See:||The Steigenberger Hotel Group Ends 2005 with Average Occupancy Rates Up 1.7% to 63%, the Highest Levels Since 1991; Redesigns Corporate Identity Under the Slogan “Younger, Bolder, Fresher” / May 2006|
|Steigenberger Hotel Group Completes Reorganization in 2004; Hotel Portfolio Reduced by One in the Past Year to 77 Properties within Two Brands / April 2005|