Covid-19 – "current information":
When planning your trip, please take into account that all persons who have not been completely vaccinated or recovered must present a negative antigen rapid test (not older than 24 hours) or a negative PCR test (not older than 48 hours) for the accommodation upon arrival (one test upon arrival and twice a week during the stay).
Children under the age of 6 and students who are regularly tested at their school are exempt from testing. Further, individuals who have full vaccination protection against SARS-CoV-2 or proof of recovery are exempt.
Please present the relevant proof (vaccination certificate, replacement certificate from the vaccination center or medical certificate) at the hotel reception upon check-in.
Guests arriving from a foreign high risk or virus variant area please refer to the applicable federal ordinance on entry and quarantine regulations and follow the hygiene recommendations of the RKI.
Current information for travelers entering from a risk area can be found here.
The JadeWeserPort, deep-water container port in Wilhelmshaven, is one of the biggest North German infrastructure projects of the past 50 years.
Even container ships with a length of up to 430 m and draught of up to 16.5 m can moor at Germany’s only deep-water port without waiting times and irrespective of the tide. The 1,725 m quay enables the simultaneous handling of up to four large container ships.
The 130 hectare terminal has a shoreside transhipment terminal for combined transport. This is adjoined by the 160 hectare logistic zone with goods transport centre. The EUROGATE Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven assumed operation in September 2012 and will have a handling capacity of 2.7 million standard containers a year.
Wanderlust guaranteed! This fascinating interactive exhibition takes you on a journey from the port city of Shanghai to Europe. Understand and experience by touching and trying out the exhibits – smuggled goods, “dicke Pötte” ships, shipping now and then, people at sea and in the port, maritime industry, logistics and much more. The guided port bus tours take visitors through the port from the visitor centre to the quay wall, the “dicke Pötte” big ships, huge container gantry cranes and back.