Hotel Wassersleben

Since 1905 directly at the sea: The Hotel Wassersleben has a long tradition as a good host. Embedded between forest and fjord we welcome our guests in a natural scenery full of peace and ease. With nordic ambiance and maritime easiness our 3 star hotel promises a fullfilling stay for guests seeking recreation as well as for business travellers. In our 25 rooms, on our spacious sun terrace or in our elegant restaurant: there will be the right spot for everyone.


Location & surroundings

Sea in sight

Wind and waves, sea air und freedom, vastness and peace: the location of Hotel Wassersleben just invites to enjoy. The Fjord is only a few steps from the house and our rooms offer a scenic view over the most western end of the Baltic Sea.

The high North

The lively sea port Flensburg is a melting pot of cultures. Both Germans and Danes likewise feel at home here. The picturesque city centre offers a modern shopping experience in a historic setting – just a short hop away from the Danish border.

Rental bikes
Available for a tour along the water
The port

in the middle of the tow is always worth a visit.

Real peace

can be enjoyed on the many hiking trails along the seaside.

In the North

Curiosity and culture are waiting for visitors.

Leisure and excursion tips


Cosmetics, solarium or hair dressers – Flensburg offers a wide range of wellnes services. We love to provide recommendations on the best addresses.


The fjord is a paradise for all kinds of watersports. Swimming, sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, SUP, canoeing, rowing – in and around Flensburg you have it all available. A beach and a yachtclub are located directly in front of our house. A well-developed network of hiking trails and bicycle paths invite you. To add up, the region encompasses numerous well-maintained golf courses.


Flensburg is always worth a visit. But also in the surrounding area there is a lot to discover – ranging from castles to state-of-the-art culture. The Flensburg Tourist Information provides advice.

to the smallest border crossing to Denmark: Schusterkate