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Van Der Valk Resort Linstow

Krakower Chaussee 1, 18292 Linstow, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania Germany
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Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Linstow does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Van der Valk Resort Linstow, a nice option for travellers like you.

Wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Van Der Valk Resort Linstow Hotel offer a kitchenette.

Guests of Van der Valk Resort Linstow are also welcome to enjoy a pool and a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.

During your visit, be sure to check out a popular historic site like Dorfkirche Linstow, which is a short distance from the hotel.

Van der Valk Resort Linstow puts the best of Linstow at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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Business Centre with Internet Access
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Peter Parker wrote a review Jul 2020
2 contributions
My opinion of this resort is negative. Lets start with the good things. The main building is well kept, pretty and clean. The reception area is inviting. There are 2 restaurants, one a la carte and a bistro like. We had Dinner at the a la carte and it was ok, id say 6 or 7 out of 10. I cant comment on the other one. The inside Pool area was a highlight for the kids. This was also well kept and clean. The small supermarket is fairly priced and has all the basic needs. Now lets go to the bad ones. The houses: we rented one of the 120m2 ones. The whole thing can be categorized into at least one of the next three categories: old, broken or dirty. The bathrooms were new but dirty, the kitchen had broken doors in the cabinets and it was only clean on the surface. The oven hasnt been cleaned in years and the extractor hood was the same. Gross. The couch had so many stains that you wouldnt want to sit on it. The houses have Reetdach roofs ( Thatched), ours was so rotten that we couldnt use the terrace as chunks of moss kept falling down ( see picture). Our yard was scattered with cigarrete butts. Internet: in the main house yes, everywhere else no. In 2020 you cant have a hotel/ resort without internet connection in the cottages. Staff, the two gentlemen at the front desk are probably the rudest people I have ever encountered in a hotel. Words cannot describe the way they treat and talk to customers. “ if you dont like it you can pack your bags and leave” shouted the night porter to a customer who dare to complain about restaurants not accepting orders at 20:30. The tennis court is old and rotten and it costs 12€/hour to rent. Bycicle rent is very expensive compared to neighbouring locations ( weekly rate €84 Vs €56). The cherry to the pie was the last day at the pool. There was a man with openly Nazi tattoos covering most of his body. I am speaking about “88”, Oi, acab, they were very obvious. The hotel staff did nothing about this. If you dont do something against this, you are supporting it. If you have the possibility of going somewhere else, please do so.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
ThomasMaas wrote a review Jan 2020
Skaerbaek, Denmark5 contributions
Very unfriendly restaurant manager who dares to call her guests liars. Holiday houses poorly cleaned fx painting tape from the previous renovation still present in several places. Reception not very helpful, if you want to make a complaint you will be asked to come back later.
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Date of stay: January 2020
Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: go some where else
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RomanianFolkArt wrote a review Sep 2018
Bucharest, Romania30 contributions6 helpful votes
If there were no people who had in mind the repercussions of the past, it would have been a great stay. I admit that we were treated by the receptionist with many offenses, and he did not know English at all. We were taken and treated like bandits. Identity cards issued by a state in the European Union have not been recognized. We did not recognize our Credit Card and wanted to pay for cash, gave us a room without the facilities described on the booking, photocopied the ID and called the police station where he sent the data from them. He had offensive and offensive behavior to us. He wanted to take us out of the hotel and sleep in the parking lot, plus many others that can be tested with the reception cameras. Sinful to the prestige of this hotel. In the same hotel chain I stayed in the Netherlands and the employees there were exemplary and very hospitable. The rest of the room was ok and the good breakfast. Sorry for my English
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Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled on business
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Jenny G wrote a review Sep 2018
Shamley Green, United Kingdom5 contributions1 helpful vote
There is very little to recommend this hotel. The room was comfortable enough although without air conditioning would have been unbearable in hot weather (it was not ideal even in September). There is no fitness room and the pool doesn’t open until 10.00 am. But the worst aspect of this place is the unbelievable rudeness of some (not all) the staff. One particular waitress could not have been more unhelpful and downright rude. On arriving with 5 colleagues at 8.30 for an evening meal we were told that it was completely impossible for us all to sit together because we hadn’t reserved in advance. This despite the fact that the restaurant was and remained half empty for the rest of the evening. When we tried to reason with this waitress she just shrugged and walked off. After asking to see the manager we were grudgingly allowed to put two tables together and had a fairly average meal served by a very friendly waitress. But we left with a very bad feeling about the whole place. I would not recommend it to anyone.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled on business
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UlrikeS108 wrote a review Jul 2018
Rostock, Germany4 contributions
Positive - friendly staff, big range of activities available for kids - big screen for watching World Cup soccer, jumping castle nice! - house a short walk to main building - horse riding was great, petting zoo opening hours not listed (same as horse-back riding, would have been nice to know that you can’t access the petting zoo when horseback riding is not open) - house good size overall - good amount of pots, pans, etc. - good starting point for day trips in the area Negative: - indoor playground OK, but pretty small, very stuffy air and in the evening, the cigarette smoke from the pub “The Time” drifts over and contaminates the air there, very unhealthy for kids and adults! - very disappointed massages not offered for pregnant women (only "cosmetic" massage therapists, no physical therapists that have the qualification, this is a four-star place!), there were SO many pregnant women who probably would have loved a massage, including us! Please include a note on the website about this, we were very much looking forward to a massage! - Subpar initial cleanliness in vacation home, cobwebs, ants (only one ant trap of unknown age near terrace), dirt on ground floor, dusty night stands, markings on wall, especially the mold in one of the showers was gross! - We gave feedback for the first time about cleanliness on the second day after arrival. An anti-ant-powder was strewn right away by a groundkeeper and one new ant trap set. We were disappointed though that we were not asked if we had a problem with the anti-ant powder being strewn with small children or pets around (the housekeeper saw we had small children and a dog with us!) i.e. making sure it’s safe for the kids and dog. It did help with the ants though. - After our first feedback regarding cleanliness, somehow there was miscommunication and our house was cleaned WITHOUT consulting us on date/time when we were out, i.e. our house was entered without asking us first, a note was left that "cobwebs and mold were removed", they were in fact, not, we took pictures (same black mold spots in shower) and gave feedback AGAIN at the reception. We were asked to send pictures of the not-removed mold etc. to the reception, which we did and explicitly stated we wanted to be informed about when the touch-up cleaning would happen. The next day WE had to call reception though and ask when touch-up cleaning would happen, instead of them contacting us (around 10:30). Apparently our e-mail had not even been read yet. Then a manager and the head of housekeeping came by personally and we were able to resolve the issue with appropriate cleaning done. We thought it was a given that we would be contacted about when to come by and clean again, considering we had three small children who take naps, etc. - If a vacation house as a drip coffee machine, we expected there to be at least one or two coffee filters for an initial brew, it’d be nice if there were a note on the website where the amenities are mentioned to mention the TYPE of coffee machine (i.e. filters needed, pads or capsules!). Luckily I called beforehand to ask about the type of coffee machine but was, again, disappointed that there was not one filter to just start out with. - There was a child-sized bed in one of the bedrooms. The lady at reception said this was just a lucky coincidence and there is not always a kid bed in each house. Would have been nice to know beforehand that that’s available for one of the kids. Pretty easy to have a list of which vacation houses have one and then make a note of it for your guests in their booking (not just Type A house), especially if they’re bringing kids. - Why do we need separate keys to enter the rooms? If you leave your key inside your room by accident or a kid closes the door by accident, etc. you’re locked out. Also the key for the downstairs bedroom fit a door that opens to the whole bottom level (kitchen, living room, bedroom), why would you separate it like that? - Door to separate downstairs area from upstairs didn’t close properly, i.e. dragged/got stuck on the floor. - The toilet seats didn’t completely cover the rim of the bowl, kind of nasty sitting on it with your thigh touching one side of the bowl. - Terrace door was full of pet/claw marks.
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Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
US$69 - US$164 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Van Der Valk Resort Linstow
Which popular attractions are close to Van Der Valk Resort Linstow?
Nearby attractions include Aussichtsturm auf dem Jöernberg (7.8 km), Flip Out Trampoline Arena Rostock (3.9 km), and Wolhynier Umsiedlermuseum (1.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Van Der Valk Resort Linstow?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Van Der Valk Resort Linstow?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Van Der Valk Resort Linstow?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Van Der Valk Resort Linstow?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ich Weiss Ein Haus Am See, Restaurant Zur Klause, and Restaurant & Gästezimmer Am Jörnberg.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Van Der Valk Resort Linstow?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool during their stay.
Is Van Der Valk Resort Linstow located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.01 km away from the centre of Linstow.
Are any cleaning services offered at Van Der Valk Resort Linstow?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Van Der Valk Resort Linstow?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Van Der Valk Resort Linstow offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Are there any historical sites close to Van Der Valk Resort Linstow?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Dorfkirche Linstow (7.5 km), Alte Synagoge (7.5 km), and Die Alte Schule (7.5 km).