The Steigenberger Grandhotel and Spa on the Baltic island of Usedom opened its doors on May 27, 2011. Not far from Berlin, and a former spa destination for German emperors and kings, Usedom is a Baltic Sea island on the border between Germany and Poland. The luxury resort provides many accommodation options. Guests can choose between 120 rooms and suites in the Grandpalais, two "Seaside Residencies" with 40 suites, four exclusive apartments in the Villa am Meer and 23 rooms in the Villa Augusta. Five different restaurants and bars are available, as well as a special Kids' Club for younger guests.
An essential feature of the new hotel is the 2,000-square-meter Baltic Sea Grand Spa. In addition to the 20-meter outdoor pool, Kneipp treatment pools, relaxation pool with Jacuzzi and underwater massage, the spa includes a sauna garden with steam room, various saunas and solarium, beauty and fitness areas and the Spa Bistro. The beauty area is equipped with 15 separate rooms for beauty treatments, massage, physiotherapy and aerobics and a private SpaSuite. Spacious relaxation areas throughout complete the wellness complex.
The Steigenberger focuses its Wellness range on a sense of individuality, in keeping with the Spa's motto of "Discover yourself — feel — and take time for yourself." Baltic Sea Grand Spa's concept is based on four key pillars:
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