Damenpfad 36a 26548 Norderney − Germany
Dating back to the 18th century, Hotel Seesteg was once the building in which the wooden boards of the pier were stored during the stormy winters on the North Sea coast. Today, it has been converted from a storehouse into an exceptional, relaxing haven. Everything is designed to offer an unparalleled, intimate atmosphere and smart style and design. Every room faces the sea and the outdoor rooftop pool offers breathtaking views of the Wadden Sea National Park, a Unesco World Heritage site. The large floor-to-ceiling windows boast a direct view of the white sand beach.
Located directly on the beach a mere 40 metres from the high tide mark, the Seesteg is a luxury private haven with a focus on well-being. It offers an environment that combines freedom with luxury, with 9 junior suites and 7 double rooms, each of them bright and generously proportioned and at the same time cosy and comfortable. Almost all of them have a balcony or terrace with a view of the open sea.
From the studios, lofts and penthouse suites with their furnishings of oak wood, north German brick and natural silk, the eye is drawn through the generous windows to the open North Sea beyond.
45-48 m² with sea view, panorama window and sun balcony.
The wall-to-wall windows of the penthouse suites, combined with a second internal glass window, enable you to look straight out to the sea from the bathtub. And at the touch of a button the bathroom window will close.
All rooms have sea view, two comfortable armchairs or a sofa, a writing desk with Internet access, a Bose player and a flat-screen set with DVD player.
Superbly finished bathrooms with sandstone tiles and twin basins, hairdryers and natural cosmetics from L’Occitane, bath robes, slippers and bags.
Hand-finished mattresses, Swiss duck-down duvets, Porthault bed linen and towels.
Every room has tea-making facilities, Nespresso machines, minibars and electronic safes.
The Grand Canyon in the USA, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the Galapagos Islands in the Pacific: these wonders of the natural world have all been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. And since June 2009 the same goes for the Wadden Sea, in which the island of Norderney lies. The charm of this conservation area may be rather more austere than some of the other World Heritage sites, but it has a unique fascination: common and grey seals, millions of migratory birds, water stretching away to the horizon, pools, watercourses and salt marshes alternating with vast beaches and rolling dunes. We have developed special walking routes through this extraordinary landscape for our guests.
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From the Rhineland/Ruhr region via the A3 towards Oberhausen and then the A2 towards Bottrop; take the A31 towards Emden (Emden Nord exit) and then follow the B210 and B70 to Norddeich. From Hanover, Hamburg, Bremen drive via Oldenburg on the A28 as far as the Leer junction, then towards Emden on the A31; take the Emden-Nord exit towards Norden/Norddeich.
In Norddeich you can either park your car in the Frisia Garages or take it to the island by ferry. Ferry reservations for arrival are not necessary but definitely advisable for departure. Reception will be happy to assist you.
There are direct trains to the ferry terminal at Norddeich-Mole from Zürich, Luxemburg and all major cities in Germany.
FLN Frisia Airlines operates charter flights. Private jets up to 5.7 t may land at Norderney airport (landing strip length 1,000 metres) according to VFL.