Hotels Near Schullandheim Der Ads In Glucksburg Review
My wife and I spent two nights here, and sampled just about everything the place has to offer. The entire facility is a weird dichotomy of relaxing luxury and a blatant, noisy moneygrab, and as a whole, we are somewhat underwhelmed if not a little disappointed. I'll break it down: THE GOOD: - The surrounding area is beautiful, and if you get a room with a view of the water, you'll spend hours looking at it. - The service is (mostly) impeccable, at least with regards to the front desk, concierge, cleaning and room service, and spa personnel. - The rooms are outstanding. Clean, spacious, quiet, and cozy. - The spa treatments are fantastic. We had the haram treatment and full body massages, and left feeling like royalty. - It's nice and quiet just about everywhere. - The bar has an impressive menu, and the breakfast buffet carries everything you could ever ask for. But there is also the MEDIOCRE or outright BAD: - The entire spa area consists of a few small saunas, a small cold-water basin, and a single large pool that extends to the outdoors. There are no hot water basins, and not even a proper jacuzzi – instead, the large pool has a small area with a semi-broken "air dispenser". That's it. Honestly, this surprised me. I've visited many cheaper, vastly better equipped German "therme". - The famed Michelin-starred restaurant was stylish and (mostly) tasty, but honestly not as great as we'd hoped. We were treated to a lot of food, but amongst it was bland stuff like chewy lobster (with a consistency like rubber). Something in that six-course menu managed to upset our stomachs, which lasted well into the following morning. - The brasserie food was more down to earth, but the room (dare I say hall?) was unconfortably hot and noisy, and the waiters were rushing around like headless chickens. No-one bothered to actually present what we were eating, some waiters refused to even communicate if we didn't speak German from the first second, and the horrible acoustics made conversation almost impossible. It felt more like an airport McDonalds than an expensive brasserie. The entire three-course meal was crammed down our throats in just 90 minutes – usually, we'll spend twice or thrice that time on the same amount of food. As a whole we enjoyed our little getaway, and the spa personnel deserve praise for their fantastic treatments. But for the money we paid, there is so much to fault with the Meierhof that we will likely never return.
We were spending a weekend at Glücksburg strandhotel in january, celebrating my fathers 75 birthday. We were 9 people (3 generations). We have all been at the hotel many times before. During dinner in the hotels restaurant we were several times asked to keep our voices down. We were talking, sharing stories, laughing and just having a good time. We were not acting crazy. We are a nice family with good values. The waiter kept telling us that guests had complained. The manager of the restaurant were very intimidating, just staring at us the whole time. In the end it made our dinner a bit unpleasent. Before we went to our rooms, we tried to talk to the manager about the situation and that we did’nt understand why 9 people are not allowed to celebrate and have a good time. Again, we did not sing, acting crazy, we were not drunk etc. The manager called us stupid and kept turning his back on us. Very disrespectful. We spend quite an amount of money that weekend. The next day we apologized to the manager. That evening at dinner, we once again were told to keep quite. Now we were frustrated and my father who paid for all of us were very sorry and disappointed. During dessert, a danish guy from another party came to our table, quite drunk and angry. He asked my brother in law to go outside to talk. We were amazed. Outside of the restaurant which had windows so we could see, there were another danish guy waiting. They yelled and pushed my brother in law and wanted to start a fight. We have never experienced anything like this before. We got scared and my other brother in law tried to talked things down. The danish guys were those who had complained the evening before. The manager did not react very proffesional and tha whole situation was highly disrespectful. We are a good and loving family, and we have never tried this before. When we came back from that weekend, i wrote an email to Glücksburg strandhotel, adressed to the manager of the hotel, to explain our frustration and the fact that our weekend was ruined. I was very respectful in my tone and asked for a respons. I never heard anything. I wrote them again, but no answer. I am very very dissapointed that a hotel in that category, are acting this way towards their customers. Our family have been visiting this hotel many times before with big succes. But this time was a time that we don’t forget and approve. We will not ever again, spend any money at this hotel. Dispite a beautiful location and rooms, the behavior was so far out, that we do not want to experience that again. If 9 people are not allowed to laugh, talk, and have a good time, i don’t know what is allowed then. Maybe a funeral.
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