TV Berlin visits
Prora Solitaire – The Hotel
“In 1939, the Nazis laid the foundation for a gigantic facility, in which 20,000 people could spend their vacation. But that did never happen, because the planned KDF holiday complex remained in the shell during the war the DDR used it as military barracks until the site was listed and sold in 1994.”
Today the TV Berlin team has to take a closer look to discover the history. Because in Bock II the once gray concrete block has been transformed into the modern building complex Prora Solitaire – The Hotel.
The residential and holiday paradise offers 120 exclusive apartments and suites. With apartments from 1 to 4 rooms there is something for everyone: for couples a small 28 m² apartment or for large groups or the family a suite with up to 120 m². Short weekend stays or long summer holidays can be booked. Starting in the summer of 2018, Prora Solitaire – The Hotel will even offer seven specially designed panorama suites for allergy sufferers.
The TV Berlin team spents two days as guests in one of the highlights of Prora Solitaire: the Sky Suite with chimney, a rooftop whirlpool and of course a wonderful view of the Baltic Sea.
In front of the apartments is a small pine forest that leads directly to the Baltic Sea. The idyllic peace and the sound of the surf dominates the beach. Along the promenade a lively infrastructure has been developed with restaurants, cafes and bakery. The team was thrilled with the stylish ambiance, the furnishings of the apartments and the food in the restaurant.
The beach and the sea are already providing relaxation and peace. But the Solitaire SPA also offers something for the inner Balance, so that body and mind are in harmony again. The hotel guests can use our SPA with its 1,000 m² for free. These includes an indoor pool with a fireplace, an ice grotto, two saunas, a gym and a heated outdoor pool. You can also book massages and ayurvedic treatments.
In the nearest area there is much to discover. The chalk cliffs are even visible from the hotel if you live on the top floor. The beach promenade leads directly into the modern Binz.