Welcome to Vienna House Sonne Rostock The maritime atmosphere of the Baltic Sea makes its presence felt everywhere in Rostock. The winds can get quite blustery here, but that’s part of the charm of this coastal city. With its narrow streets, red brick buildings and imposing churches, the university town is a popular tourist destination. The Warnemünde lighthouse is regarded as a landmark and a must-see on every visit. Just like the impressive town hall – directly opposite Vienna House Sonne Rostock. The hotel is ideal for a city break if you want to explore the Baltic Sea, though it is just as suited for business travellers. And if you need some rest and relaxation after a challenging conference or a stormy day by the sea, then you’ll be in good hands in the hotel’s spa and wellness area. To the point: • 119 rooms & suites • Restaurant with terrace • Breakfast restaurant and bar • Conference rooms for up to 300 persons • 520 m2 conferencing space • Wellness & fitness area • 24h reception • Free WiFI • Mobile concierge & free digital newspapers • Conveniently located in the city centre • Underground car park • Dogs welcome Restaurants & Bar Breakfast Always fresh The best way to start the day Rise and shine! A day of exploration on the Baltic Sea awaits! But first, fill up on some much-needed energy at the most important meal of the day. The coffee is strong, the bread is crispy, and something sweet is also allowed. Monday – Friday 6.30 am – 10.30 am Saturday, Sunday & holidays 6.30 am – 12 noon Restaurant Good cooking Enjoy your meal! A place for connoisseurs, for lovers of regional cuisine and fans of all sorts of delicacies. For lunch or dinner. Delicious and varied. In the summer you can dine out in the sunshine on the terrace overlooking the market square. So glad you could make it! Opening hours: Daily 11.00 am – 12 midnight Bar: When the moon rises over Rostock and the city comes to rest, the hotel’s small bar is a nice place to meet. Enjoy a cold beer or an exciting cocktail. How was your day? Here it will end on a relaxed note. Daily 6.00 pm – 1.00 am Rooms: Make yourself at home In the heart of Rostock The 119 rooms and suites feature a classic colour concept with plenty of flair. After a business event, a trip to the Baltic Sea or a soothing massage in the hotel, your room is your refuge where relaxation comes easy. All rooms • Desk & seating options • Free WiFi • Bath with shower or bathtub • Minibar & safe Comfort Rooms The Comfort Rooms, between 28 and 35 m² in size, are classically furnished in the Hanseatic style. Here you will find a double bed or two separate beds with a view of the market square or of the lanes of the old town. Standard amenities include a desk, free WiFi and a safe. • Bath with shower • Free WiFi • Mobile concierge & free digital newspapers • Desk & seating options • Safe & minibar Superior Rooms With a size of 28 to 35 m², the superior rooms offer plenty of space for a good time in Rostock. Views of the courtyard and a coffee and tea station make this your place to relax with hot drinks at any time. • Bath with shower or bathtub • Free WiFi • Mobile concierge & free digital newspapers • Desk & seating options • Coffee and tea maker • Safe & minibar Junior Suite Sized from 37 to 45 m², the Junior Suite offers a separate seating area and a stylish, modern ambience. The cosy bathroom and the view of the courtyard or the old town will help you settle in and feel at home in no time. • Bath with shower or bathtub • Free WiFi • Mobile concierge & free digital newspapers • Desk & seating options • Coffee and tea maker • Safe & minibar Suite Want more room? Then you’ve come to the right place! The six suites offer travellers plenty of comfort with 43 to 59 m² of space. Some suites even have connecting doors to an adjacent room. The suites offer a view of the historic Kerkhofhaus, which today houses the registry office, as well as the quiet courtyard, the market square or the lanes of the old town. • Desk & seating options • Free WiFi • Bath with bathtub • Coffee and tea maker • Minibar & safe Kempowski Suite The suite offers a stately 72 m² of space as well as all the amenities that discerning travellers expect to find. Inspiration is guaranteed with fantastic views of the city or overlooking the market square. The suite, which features separate living and sleeping areas, owes its name to the author and Rostock native Walter Kempowski. • Separate living and sleeping areas • Walk-in closet • Bath with shower and bathtub • Free WiFi • Mobile concierge & free digital newspapers • Desk & seating options • Coffee and tea maker • Safe & minibar Relax and recharge Whatever your reason for visiting Rostock, try to bring along some time for the spa area. Soothing massages and special beauty treatments await. All treatments can be personalised and customised to suit your skin’s needs or depending on how tense you are. After a windy day on the Baltic Sea, perhaps you want to relax in the steam room and sauna? Or keep up your exercise plan in the gym? State-of-the-art equipment for your cardio exercises and strength training is provided. Afterwards you can relax with a good book in the quiet area. Now doesn’t that sound great? You’ll be guaranteed to leave the hotel feeling more energized than when you arrived. The sauna area is open daily from 4.30 pm. Location: Where the journey is headed The Hanseatic city of Rostock is a lively university town with a long history. A stroll through the city is the perfect way to explore all the most important sights. Even today, the city on the river Warnow continues to be shaped by seafaring and trade. Warnemünde is located directly on the sea, but even in Rostock itself you can literally smell the Baltic and the big wide world. Discover Rostock St. Mary’s Church is Rostock’s most beautiful and most significant church. The astronomical clock in the ambulatory is very impressive – after all, it has shown the time since 1472. The Town Hall at the historic Neuer Markt combines different architectural styles from gothic to baroque. At the northern entrance, look for the bronze town hall snake, because according to legend it is lucky to touch. Impressive are also the medieval Kröpelin Gate, which houses the city’s history museum, and Stone Gate, the historical entrance to the city including the heraldic beast. Rostock with kids Go on an expedition to the North and South Pole in the Polarium at Rostock Zoo, the new home for Humboldt penguins, polar bears and many other sea creatures. In the Darwineum, you can marvel at 150 animal species as a vivid illustration of evolution in the animal kingdom. Karls Erlebnishof with interactive workshops, activities and entertainment, is located just outside the city, but especially in bad weather is great fun for the whole family. Free culture The Rostock Cultural History Museum is housed in the historic Convent of the Holy Cross, which also makes it worth seeing from the outside. The permanent exhibition Rostock on Art Works and the exhibition of historic toys are especially recommended. Tip: Enjoy a coffee in the convent garden after your tour. The peace and quiet in the middle of the city will inspire you. And the best thing about the museum: admission is free. A stroll down by harbour Romantic harbour atmosphere, close to the city centre? It’s yours guaranteed in Rostock. Head east to the cafes, restaurants, museum harbour and harbour terraces. In the mood for more? Then hop on a boat’s tour on the river Warnow, past the shipyards, the overseas port and the skyline of the Hanseatic city of Rostock. And when the sea air makes you hungry, the perfect snack in between is a fish sandwich on board. Warnemünde seaside resort Warnemünde is located on the Baltic Sea at the estuary of the river Warnow. The little seaside resort may seem like a town onto itself, but it is in fact a district of the city of Rostock. Warnemünde’s landmark building is the 32-meter tall lighthouse. From the beautiful, wide sandy beach, you’ll enjoy fantastic views of the jetty and the sea. The Baltic coast is a pleasure at any time of year. Even in spring and autumn, you can cuddle up in a beach chair by the sea. The summer months invite you to spread out on a towel, cool off in the waters, build a sandcastle or fly a kite. And in the winter, you can just let the wind blow around your ears on a stroll along the seaside promenade and by the breakwater before warming up with some hot sea buckthorn juice. A popular form of entertainment here that is free all year round is watching the cruise ships come in. Like the locals What do the people of Rostock do in their free time? When they go out on the town, they head to Kröpeliner-Tor-Vorstadt (KTV), a district that is popular with students and young people. Here you will find lots of alternative cafes, shops and a variety of bars. Perfect for a pub crawl with short distances. On hot days, there’s stand-up paddleboarding on the Warnow in the city harbour. The best fish sandwiches are available at Fischbratküche in Rostock’s industrial port. Make sure to stop in to the Grubenbäckerei bakery. With some luck you’ll get a chance to try some real Prasselkuchen – puff pastry cakes with a buttery crumb topping and blobs of icing. A dream! TO GET THERE By car Coming from Berlin take the A19 in the direction of Rostock to the exit “Rostock Süd”, then follow the B110 towards the city centre. Turn right at Steintor. From Hamburg take the A1 to Lübeck junction. Continue on the A20 in the direction of Rostock until the “Rostock Südstadt” exit, turn left towards Rostock city centre, then turn right into August-Bebel-Straße and right again into Steintor. By train Tram stop “Neuer Markt” (direct from main train station with tram lines 5, 6 or night bus F2): 50 m By air From Rostock Airport, take public transit line 127 (airport bus) and get off at “Steintor”. This is within walking distance to the hotel. You can also arrange for direct airport transfer. By ferry Take the A19 in the direction of Berlin to the “Rostock Süd” exit, then follow the B110 towards Rostock city centre. Turn left at Steintor. Distances Rostock station (1.5 km) Rostock Airport (25 km) Hamburg Airport (190 km) Motorway (4.5 km) Ferry terminal: 12,5 km Nearby: Market square, right outside the door
Meetings, events, celebrations Your event location in Rostock Vienna House Sonne Rostock has eight function rooms available for your event. For business or a private occasion, here you will find everything you need for a productive meeting or unforgettable moments. Conference facts & figures • 8 function rooms for up to 300 persons • Conference floor with 3 conference rooms and conference foyer • 2 salons adjoining one of the restaurants • Conference suite • State-of-the-art conferencing technology Conferences in the Apollosaal A highlight for your event is the fully air-conditioned Apollosaal with 330 m2, skylight, large windows and an outdoor terrace. Celebrations in the Alte Apotheke Over 100-year-old cabinets made of antique wood, traditional chemist’s accessories and beautiful pictures of old Rostock help define the special atmosphere of the Alte Apotheke. Lasting memories are guaranteed with birthday parties or Christmas get-togethers for up to 50 persons held in the rustic atmosphere of the “Old Chemist’s Shop”.
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