Revitalisation of the "Strandhotel Zingst" for EUR 6.75 million
Following the successful transformation into an award-winning individual hotel, asset manager “Jagdfeld Real Estate” is now taking the next step with its property “Strandhotel Zingst” and investing EUR 6.75 million in the revitalisation of the hotel. “The Strandhotel Zingst is more popular than ever. To ensure that this remains the case in the future, we are now investing heavily in all rooms and suites as well as the public areas. The hotel will become more modern without losing its unagitated and timeless elegance,” says Benedikt Jagdfeld, head of asset manager Jagdfeld Real Estate, which manages the hotel on behalf of an institutional investor.
When the last New Year’s Eve guests have departed on 2 January, the craftsmen will be in charge until the end of April 2024. They will then implement the maritime design concept by internationally renowned interior designer Anne Maria Jagdfeld, which envisages two design concepts for all 122 rooms and suites. Sand-coloured walls and elaborately embroidered, curved headboards with ikat or coral motifs give the rooms an individual, homely character. New beds with a generous length of 2.10 metres as well as new mattresses and toppers create outstanding sleeping comfort. In 20 rooms, the double beds can also be set up individually as single twin beds. The walnut furniture gives the rooms a cosy feel-good factor. New comfortable seating in classic shapes and zero-waste fabrics (100% recycled) round off the new living concept – whether as an armchair or sofa. And in 20 rooms, the sofa bed can be transformed into an additional bed.
A newly integrated entertainment cube with charging facilities for mobile devices, radio, Bluetooth streaming box and telephone as well as modern flat-screen TVs leave nothing to be desired in terms of technology. 30 rooms will also have a desk to enable guests to work.
The bathrooms will also be extensively renovated: Comfortable and almost floor-to-ceiling showers are being extended to 90 rooms, while the others are equipped with a spacious bathtub. Modern fittings with easily adjustable thermostats provide additional comfort.
The maritime design concept is continued in the public areas such as the lobby, restaurant and bar, which are also being completely remodelled. Furniture made of whitewashed black wood and coral red velvet as well as glazed tiled mirrors in the restaurant bring back memories of the seaside culture of times gone by. The numerous maritime photographs that adorn the walls in a “Petersburg hanging” and a harmonious lighting concept give the room, which can be used by more guests thanks to new variable seating, a cosy atmosphere.
Last but not least, the 1,400 m² spa and wellness area with its Finnish, bio and steam saunas will undergo a complete overhaul. Here, too, guest wishes are to be met and an additional relaxation room created.