Enjoy modern ship comfort in our hotel
Not even one and a half years after the laying of the foundation stone, our new hotel concept opened its doors August 19, 2019. This pilot project was made possible with the MV Werften shipbuilding company and its prefabricated modules.
Enjoy an unforgettable stay in the same cabins as the world's largest cruise ship, the Genting Group's Global Class. Our hotel rooms were produced in a shipyard, driven across the street with big trucks, and installed with cranes. The rooms were created to match the comfort of Global Class cruise ship cabins. You’ll feel the charm of a luxury cruise right in the heart of the Hanseatic city of Wismar.
Our high-end rooms and suites are the perfect base for exploring Wismar. The old town—a UNESCO World Heritage site—as well as the historic harbor and our MV Werft (shipyard) can be reached on foot. Visit Wismar's most modern hotel and enjoy this unique atmosphere.
Standard Room - Old Town View
Standard Room - Old Town and Harbor View
Standard Room with Kitchenette
Junior Suite with Kitchenette
One Bedroom Suite
Two Bedroom Suite
Hanseatic Wismar is widely regarded as one of the prettiest cities on the Baltic coast. And having belonged to Sweden during the 16th and 17th centuries. The old town is full of beautiful architecture, narrow cobbled streets, and picturesque churches. So it is not surprising that the old town is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Park Inn by Radisson Wismar is ideally placed by the old harbor. Stroll the photogenic streets leading you into the Old Town, where gothic architecture and rampant beer halls are among the port city’s major draws. Or explore the waterside area, where you’ll find no shortage of fish restaurants and dreamy spots to sit back and watch the boats bobbing in the marina.
How to get to the Park Inn by Radisson Wismar
Conveniently located at the old harbor within walking distance to the center, the Park Inn by Radisson Wismar makes for a comfortable and easily-reachable base. The hotel has an in-house car park. This includes 80 parking spaces. Parking is subject to a charge.
From Hamburg Airport
Take the S1 to Hamburg Central Station and board a train via Schwerin. The journey will take approximately three hours.By car:
There are several vehicle hire companies in Terminal 2. Drive via the A1 and A20 and the distance is 123km.
From Railway Station Wismar
It’s a 1.1km walk via Wasserstraße and Am Hafen, the hotel is on Alter Holzhafen. The journey takes 13 minutes on foot.By taxi:
It’s a five-minute journey and will cost around EUR 5.50
From Berlin Tegel
Take the X9 bus to Berlin Zoologischer Garten and then take the train via Berlin-Spandau and Ludwigslust. The journey takes around three hours.By car:
There are many car rental firms in Terminal E of Berlin Tegel. Drive 238km via the A24 and A14 through Schwerin. The journey will take around two and a half hours.