Klug ist, wer stets zur rechten Stunde kommt, doch klüger, wer zu gehen weiß, wann es frommt. (Emanuel Geibel)
We say goodbye!
After 35 years of Park Hotel Lübeck we ended business operations.
We would like to thank our guests, customers and business friends for the many years of faithfulness to our hotel. If you wish to contact us, please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are followed by “Charly”, a young community of operators who will enrich and supplement the overnight accommodations in front of the Holsten Gate “Holstentor” with modern and forward looking ideas. Be curious and find out more on the homepage in a few months https://charly-group.com .
All Park Hotel employees send warm greetings to you
The Behnck Family
Translation of the above saying:
It is wise who always comes at the right hour, but wiser who knows how to go when it is useful. (Emanuel Geibel)
400 metres to Holstentor
The way leads along Puppenbrücke and Holstentorplatz directly to the famous city gate. Read more
5 minutes walking distance to MUK (local convention centre)
The way leads along Puppenbrücke. Then turn left to Willy-Brandt-Allee and walk straight ahead for 300 metres. The MUK is on the right side. Read more
1 km to Buddenbrookhaus
The way leads along the Puppenbrücke, past the Holstentor, into the direction of the market and left into Breite Straße to Mengstraße and Buddenbrookhaus. Read more
8 minutes walking distance to Café Niederegger
The way leads along the Puppenbrücke, past the Holstentor, crossing the market to the arcades and opposite of them to the café. Read more
8 minutes walking distance to Lübeck’s market and townhall
The way leads along Puppenbrücke, past the Holstentor to the heart of the city. Read more
1.6 km to the European hanseatic museum
The beautiful way leads across the old town to Große Burgstraße to the museum and Burgkloster (local monastery). It’s a great opportunity to explore the tiny side roads and alleys. Read more (Hansemuseum)
150 metres to the central bus station / 250 metres to the train station
The short way from the hotel to the central bus station and to the train station is within walking distance. Taxis are available for short distance trips to transport heavy luggage.
4 minutes walking distance to the tourist informationand sightseeing
The way leads right-sided along Puppenbrücke to Holstentorplatz. The tourist information, as a starting point for sightseeing is to the right.
500 metres to the harbour tours piers
20 km to Travemünde and the beach area
The route leads via the motorway A 1 by car, the trip takes about 30 minutes. Buses and trains start from the central bus station / train station to the main station in the centre of Travemünde. Read more
The PARK HOTEL Am Lindenplatz, housed in a lovely Jugendstil building, is located only 400 meters away from the Holstentor, as well as from the music and congress hall (MUK), and 3 minutes’ walk from the city center and the main train station. An optimal location for tourists and business travellers alike.
Visit the Gothic-style brick churches in our city of seven towers! Experience our world cultural heritage on a multifaceted guided walk through the old town, or take a ship tour around the harbour and canals. From St. Petri’s church observation tower, you can get a lovely bird’s eye view of the city center, surrounded by water.
- Those interested in culture can visit the Hanseatic city’s well-known museums: Behnhaus-Drägerhaus, Buddenbrookhaus, Günter-Grass-Haus, Hanse Museum, the museum quarter around St. Annen church, TheaterFigurenMuseum, Willy-Brandt-Haus, and many more. Furthermore, the Jugendstil city theater invites you to visit a performance. Do you prefer music? A wide range of performances, from church music to classic or modern music, take place in churches, on small stages, in the music and congress hall (MUK), or outside.
- If you like sports, you can take the opportunity to bike, walk, or jog on the various paths along the water and around the old town center.
- Bike tourists can take a break in Lübeck from their tour along the Baltic coast bike path, which passes through the states of Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Alternatively, the traditional „Salzstrasse“ (Salt Road) begins in Lüneburg and follows the Elbe-Lübeck Canal to Lübeck. Conveniently, our basement offers safe parking for your bicycle.