Essential Architecture-  Bad Doberan

Kempinski Grand Hotel Heiligendamm

architect

The classicist buildings characterizing the centres of Bad Doberan and Heiligendamm were all constructed between 1801 and 1836 by the architect Carl Theodor Severin.

location

Heiligendamm, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

date

1814

style

NeoClassical

construction

rendered masonry

type

Hotel
 
  Kempinski Grand Hotel Heiligendamm, main building
 
  In the 1840s.
 
 
   The Heiligendamm Kurhaus, now part of the Kempinski Grand Hotel
 
  Kempinski Grand Hotel Heiligendamm, the Kurhaus dining hall
 
  Hohenzollern castle
 
 
  G8, 2007
   
The Kempinski Grand Hotel Heiligendamm is a luxury hotel in Heiligendamm on the Mecklenburg Baltic coast in Germany. It consists of six buildings, which were all build as a seaside resort between 1793 and 1870. The main building (Haus Grandhotel) was built in 1814 and reopened on June 1, 2003 after three years of reconstruction work. The seaside resort was first established in 1793, when Friedrich Franz I, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin visited Heiligendamm, upon advice by Dr. Samuel Gottlieb Vogel.

In June 2007 it hosted the G8's 33rd summit.

links

Kempinski Grand Hotel Heiligendamm
History
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