Featured properties on Rügen

  • £86

    Average price per night

    Hotel Bernstein, Ostseebad Sellin
    9.2 Superb 1,307 reviews
    Description Located high above the Baltic Sea on the island of Rügen, this hotel offers a large spa and a gourmet restaurant.

    "Breakfast Buffet was fantastic! Whether you like a big breakfast or just continental style, there is something for everyone! They even had a small buffet designed for a child's taste. Variety of..."

    Ann. Germany
  • £71

    Average price per night

    Hotel Haus Mönchgut, Thiessow
    9.4 Superb 274 reviews
    Description Featuring a garden and a terrace, Hotel Haus Mönchgut is located in Thiessow. Boasting luggage storage space, this property also provides guests with a children's playground. Free WiFi is available.

    "Nice, lovely, owners were very nice a friendly"

    Jitka87. Czech Republic
  • £94

    Average price per night

    Hotel Villa Meeresgruss, Binz
    9.3 Superb 477 reviews
    Description This hotel is a beautiful villa that is situated only 50 metres from the beach promenade in Binz. Hotel Villa Meeresgruss is quietly located in the historic centre, and it offers free WiFi.

    "Säng mkt skön.Frukost utmärkt. Personal mkt serviceminded,trevliga. Utmärkt engelska."

    Elisabet. Sweden
  • £50

    Average price per night

    Hotel Godewind, Thiessow
    9.0 Superb 117 reviews
    Description Offering an indoor pool, the family-run Hotel Godewind is located in Thiessow on the island of Rügen. The sandy beach is only 220 metres away.
  • £81

    Average price per night

    Hotel & Restaurant Zur Promenade, Binz
    9.0 Superb 135 reviews
    Description Set in a historic 19th-century villa and located directly on the beach promenade in the popular spa resort town of Binz, this hotel offers classically decorated rooms, free newspapers and a Finnish...
  • £81

    Average price per night

    Oma's Küche & Quartier, Binz
    9.0 Superb 247 reviews
    Description Featuring apartments and suites with free Wi-Fi, this family-run hotel is located in the town of Binz on the Baltic Sea coast. The sandy beach is just 500 metres from Oma's Küche & Quartier.
  • £70

    Average price per night

    Hotel Strandpavillon, Baabe
    9.0 Superb 148 reviews
    Description Bicycle rentals are offered at this hotel, located 150 metres from the sandy beaches of the Baltic Sea. The hotel a spa area with a sauna and a solarium, and WiFi is free in all areas.
  • £81

    Average price per night

    Hotel Villa Granitz, Baabe
    9.0 Superb 190 reviews
    Description Free Wi-Fi and romantic beach-style accommodation with spacious wooden balconies are offered at this family-run hotel, 900 metres from the Baltic Sea beach.
  • £53

    Average price per night

    Hotel Sundblick, Altefähr
    9.2 Superb 182 reviews
    Description This family-run hotel is situated 150 metres from Altefähr Harbour on the Baltic Sea island of Rügen.

    "Very warm welcome, nice room with a view to Stralsund, good breakfast, close to the harbour."

    Sabine. Germany
  • £81

    Average price per night

    H.W.S. Hotel Der Wilde Schwan, Sagard
    9.2 Superb 218 reviews
    Description A skittle alley and sauna area are offered at this beautiful half-timbered hotel on the island of Rügen. Der Wilde Schwan enjoys a scenic location, just 400 metres from the Jasmunder Bodden Lake.

    "Can not fault this place at all. Picturesque location, big clean comfortable room, friendly staff and great food. The sauna area is wonderful and being able to reserve it is a real bonus. So relaxing. We even treated ourselves to a Cleopatra bath which is highly recommended!"

    Denglisch. Germany

Rügen highlights

Relish resort living in Binz
As Rügen’s largest seaside resort, Binz is an oasis of long sandy beaches and chic shopping promenades. Stroll the distinctive pier ordine in a trendy beachside restaurant.
Visit Cape Arkona’s lighthouses
Cape Arkona and the nearby fishing village of Vitt have plenty to offer. The 2 ancient lighthouses and the Slavic temple fortress of Jaromarsburg, are must-see spots.
Stand atop the Königsstuhl Rügen chalk cliff
Located in the Jasmund National Park, the Königsstuhl Rügen is a majestic sight. This 118 m high white chalk cliff contrasts against lush vegetation and the sparkling sea.
Walk amongst the trees at Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen
Spiral your way up the impressive Baumwipfelpfad (tree top walk) at Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen. Ascend through the forest and over the tree line for panoramic views.
Unwind by the seaside in Sellin
Famous for its stunning pier and villa architecture,Sellin is a popular seaside resort. Brimming with natural beauty, you can sunbake on the beach or swim in the tranquil lake.
Chow down fish and chips at Fischräucherei Kuse
The waterfront Fischräucherei Kuse restaurant has been serving up a classic seafood experience for over four generations. Snag the catch of the day or freshly smoked fish.
Dress like a pirate for the Stoertebeker Festival
Each year from June to September, pirate history is celebrated at Stoertebeker Festival. Ralswiek open-air theatre hosts a play and nightly fireworks display.
Chug along the Rasender Roland railway
All aboard the Rasender Roland, affectionately called the“Rushing Roland”. This endearing steam-powered railway has been connecting many of Rügen’s attractions since 1895.
Cycle the countryside on Hiddensee Island
Hiddensee Island’s open countryside, unspoiled beaches and pretty dwellings are best explored on two wheels. Renting a bike is the best way to explore this car-free island.
Explore the spooky Prora Holiday Camp
Prora Holiday Camp was planned by Hitler in the 1930s as a resort for holidaying workers. Today the vacant buildings stand as an eerie testament to Third Reich architecture.

The Island Of Many Faces

Germany’s largest island, Rügen, is situated just off the Pomeranian coast and boasts an abundance of bays, peninsulas and headlands. Its long, sandy beaches and the chalk cliffs of the Jasmund National Park add even more beauty to the mix.

Connected to the mainland by the Strelasund Crossing, which combines 2 modern bridge links, the island is over 51 km long and almost 43 km wide. It’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in Germany because of its watersports facilities, spas and lively piers.

You can get there not only by car but also by ferry, railway or even a charter flight from Berlin or Hamburg. Once arrived, you can choose between several resorts, the most popular of which are Schaabe, Glowe and Breege.

Rügen offers a really diverse landscape and something for every taste: from more crowded and vibrant seaside resorts to quieter and more contemplative villages. The island is mainly agricultural and fishing is its main focus. Therefore you can enjoy fresh herring or mackerel for your dinner!

With over 280 properties on the island of Rügen, Booking.com offers a wide choice between spa hotels, comfortable apartments and friendly guest houses, so dig in and find a perfect place for your holiday.