Towards the sun ...
The long sandy beaches of the Baltic Sea are just a few minutes walk away from our H+ Hotel Ferienpark Usedom. In our homely apartments, enjoy relaxed holidays and discover the sun-pampered island of Germany all seasons of the year.
Finally pampering holidays!
For your stay you have a choice between a total of 50 comfortably furnished apartments. Our four star apartments are completely equipped with a kitchenette and a big bathroom. Furthermore, some of our apartments ensure a relaxed atmosphere with a fireplace and sauna.
A good start to the day
In our Café-Bistro you can enjoy a daily, fresh breakfast or feast on our lavish breakfast buffet. A special service we have in store for you, is the delivery fresh morning rolls right to your apartment.
Holiday fun, regardless of the weather
Our holiday park is approximately 500 metres away from the Baltic beach. If the weather does not permit a trip to the beach, you can enjoy sheer bathing fun in our own indoor swimming pool or allow yourself to be spoiled by our spa and beauty team. Approximately 200 kilometres of well developed cycle paths invite you to conquer the island by bike.
The Emperor’s home
Bright facades, fine zinc-plated balconies and Wilhelminian style architecture are still a trademark of the three “Kaiserbäder” [emperor’s baths] Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin. Georg Bernhard von Bülow founded the first guesthouse at the beginning of the 19th century for the good company from Berlin. The subsequent guests included princes, writers, manufacturers and of course, the Emperor.
Beach and sun
Usedom is considered one of the sunniest areas of the country. And where better to enjoy the sun, than on a beautiful beach. Whether for hikes, collecting shells, horse riding or swimming – one a length of approximately 40 kilometres, Usedom mostly offers picture-postcard sandy beaches with a width of up to 70 metres. The mostly flat transition into the water allows families with small children to make the most of this bathing fun.
Conquer boundaries on hikes. You can reach Swinemünde, twelve kilometres south of Bansin. Swinemünde, with approx. 40,000 inhabitants, is the largest town on the island and is located on the Polish part of the Island. Worth seeing is the beautiful spa architecture in the spa district and the promenade with numerous kiosks and places to eat and drink. The international harbour is also worth a visit.