Covid-19 - "current information":
When planning your trip, please take into account that you will have to present proof of full vaccination or a recovery certificate upon arrival.In addition, there must be a negative corona test result be submitted.(Antigen-Schnelltest not older than 24 hours or the PCR-Test not older than 48 hours).
Exception for the additional test in case of 2G+: People whose full vaccination was less than three months ago, people whose infection was less than three months ago and people who are considered boostered in the sense of the Covid-19 Protective Measures Ordinance (all people after the third vaccination, those who have recovered with two vaccinations, first vaccination with Johnson & Johnson and one additional vaccination) do not currently require a negative test.
For guests travelling for business reasons, the 3G rule applies (proof of full vaccination against the Corona virus, proof of recovery or a current rapid antigen test (not older than 24 hours) or a PCR test (not older than 48 hours)).
For guests arriving from a foreign risk, high incidence or virus variant area the entry regulations valid at the time of arrival and, if applicable, quarantine regulations apply.
The ATLANTIC Grand Hotel Travemünde is situated directly by the Baltic Sea on one of the region's widest and most beautiful beaches – more than four kilometres of fine sand with plenty of opportunity for walks, sport and relaxation. Travemünde's attractive, well preserved old town around the St Lorenz church is also only a stone's throw away.
The port of Travemünde – the gateway to the Baltic Sea – and where new and old can be seen alongside one another is also only a short walk away, along the seafront, from the ATLANTIC Grand Hotel Travemünde. Here you can see fishing boats, wind jammers as well as ferries side by side. The port has eight quays which makes it one of the biggest ferry ports in North Europe – watching the big ferries sail in and out of the port is sure to awaken your wanderlust! Many ferries travelling to the Scandinavian, Baltic and other Baltic Sea neighbouring countries start their journey here. The Restaurant Holstein's with its magnificent panoramic view of the sea makes the entering and exiting of the ships a very special experience – you're sure to be impressed!
Getting here by car:
Getting here via the A1: on the interchange Bad Schwartau, drive from the A1 onto the A226/E22 (towards Lübeck-Travemünde) which continues into the B 75. At the first traffic lights behind the town entry signpost of Travemünde, turn into "Moorredder" and follow the course of the road to the end (Godewindpark). Turn right and continue along the road. After ca. 50 m you will see the train station on the right hand side and, after further 50 m, the ATLANTIC Hotel Travemünde on the left side.
From Hamburg to Travemünde it is only around three-quarters of an hour by car on the motorway.
There are parking spaces right in front of the hotel.
Parking space: 15.00 € per night
Parking space for electric cars: 20.00 € per night (incl. recharge at our charging station)
Take the train to "Lübeck-Travemünde-Strand" station which is the final stop in Travemünde. After leaving the train station, walk towards the beach ("Strand" in German) and, after about 50 m, you will reach the ATLANTIC Grand Hotel Travemünde.
The Deutsche Bahn event ticket
Due to the cooperation of the ATLANTIC Hotels and Deutsche Bahn you can travel for 49.50 € (one-way) to your event in the ATLANTIC Grand Hotel Travemünde.
The nearest airports are Lübeck-Blankensee (25 km) and Hamburg Fuhlsbüttel (80 km). The airport bus (Traveliner) takes you to the central bus station to Lübeck from where you can travel to Travemünde by train or taxi.
Lübeck Airport has been offering direct flight connections to Stuttgart and Munich since June 2020. The new Lübeck Air airline will fly to Stuttgart and back every day (except Saturdays) and twice a day to Munich and back. Further information and tickets luebeck-air.de and flughafen-luebeck.de.