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IntercityHotel Rostock is situated right next to the main train station. It is the perfect location from which to explore the beautiful old city with its Gothic brick architecture (approx. 1.5 km) or the Baltic Sea beaches near Warnemünde (about 16 km). The sea port, located at a distance of 15.5 km, offers numerous ferry connections.
Highlights: WiFi (free of charge), lavish buffet breakfast, restaurant offering Hanseatic specialties, Sky sports bar, quiet interior courtyard, 6 air-conditioned, combinable event rooms for up to 100 people.You'll be guaranteed a good night's sleep in one of our 174 rooms and suites. What's more, you can enjoy cable TV with Sky Sports and Bundesliga channels, a corner work area, minibar and FreeCityTicket granting use of local public transport in Rostock and Warnemünde at no charge.
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. This enables guests to use all of the local public transport free of charge.
The 19 sqm business rooms have an attractive view overlooking the quiet courtyard.
The junior suites, measuring approx. 38 sqm, with separate living room and bedroom, offer homely comfort for the discerning guest.
A photographic art project by Gregor Herse and Eliane Lustner.
"Nor'-Nor'-East" - The title describes Rostock’s location from the middle of Germany and is at the same time a reference to the
nautical description of the city’s costal position. In their work, Gregor Herse and Eliane Lustner approach the city of Rostock in a formal-aesthetic manner, considering its surfaces and structures. In graphic yet atmospheric pictures, crucial elements like the sea, architecture, beach, shipping, industry and vegetation are thematised, which allows for an exciting combination of pictures. The viewer is asked to perceive the city and its environment in a new way and draw his or her own associations.