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Reviewed 18 April 2012

We spent 3 nights at this lovely hotel.My only negative remark is that the breakfast buffet was left in almost darkness. A bit of light would be nice ,as people my age and up tend to need more light to see things.The staff was friendly and helpfull.
The room was fine and clean,but a small mini fridge would have been nice.
We were there in April and the trees are still bare,but we can imagine it must be lovely in May and around summer.There was a lively birdlife ,but otherwise very quiet.
You need a car to get to the place and to get around in the area.
We can recommend to see the old Nazi rocket place at Pennemunde and to go and se the area of Usedorn. Greifswald is also worth a visit.
I can imagine that it would be nice to have a wedding here or a big birthday.
Regards Maja and Torben Dart

Date of stay: April 2012
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1  Thank EvelynCopenhagen
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Reviewed 10 April 2012

We spent 2 nights at Schloss Neetzow as part of our Easter holiday. We had come by this castle a few years back when it was still being renovated and always wanted to see how it would present itself after reopening. One remarkable feature of the house is the survival of a lot of the old interiors, such as parquett floors, paneling and stucco ceilings. So we went – and were dissappointed.
While the stucco and paneling and parquett floors are still present in the beautiful downstairs roomss it seems the hotel staff does not value it so much. The central room of the building, a magnificent two-story rotunda, was used as a storage room, the imposing entrance hall discraced by amateur art and local advertising. The amazing breakfast room had beautiful parquett floors which were about to be distroyed by the furniture used in the room (chairs with metal legs!). In one room there was a beautiful tiled stove barely visible behind a bistro table and a discarded sofa.
We booked a room in the 2nd highest class (Komfort) and received a large, bright room that apart from the 3 large windows did not show any signs of beeing located in a castle. The floor had cheap carpet, the bed was of the kind that you may buy in a cheap home store and the furniture consisted of standard hotel furniture (practical but utterly unimaginative). The bathroom was furnished with a white plastic mirror cabinet that age had yellowed and that also was broken (and seemed to have been broken for a long time already).
There is a restaurant that served 2 choices of a 3-course dinner every night. While the food was freshly made and very good, the good impression was spoiled by a mediocre wine list and a total lack of high quality spirits on the menue. Not even one Single Malt or Cognac could be found on the menue and the one cocktail I ordered (Campari Orange) was brought without ice and the ingredients seemed to have been simply poured into a high glass and garnised with a pink plastic straw (this obviously beeing the idea of how a cocktail should look like).

I really wish I could be more positive about our experience at Neetzow Castle, especially because the house is so special and offers so many opportunities. Unfortunately one has the impression that the owner of this house do not understand the history and architecture of their property and thus spoil it all with their indifference.
From what I have seen, a few small changes could make a huge impact. The great building and the nice staff already is in place. Now upgrade your bar menue, buy some new/old furniture, dedicate one room to be a parlour or reading room, make the rotunda the central part of your hotel and while you at it, please!, put some vegetables and fish on the breakfast buffet.

Room tip: Book a room facing the park. Then at least you have a nice view outside (because the room itself will not be so nice).
Date of stay: April 2012
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Date of stay: August 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Reviewed 21 June 2020
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Date of stay: June 2020
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