One lives at the Sroka family’s Ambassador Wellness Hotel with the best views of the North Sea surf and long sandy beaches. The hotel is located in close proximity to one of the wide salt marshes that are under nature preservation. You can reach the sea over a boardwalk where you can go for endless walks in the healthy, air containing aerosol and low in allergens.
The hotel has been recently renovated and modernized. Clear, fresh colours and a tasteful, unobtrusive design characterize the rooms. The view of the sea accompanies the guests right into the wellness area of the Ambassador: You can enjoy it in the treatment rooms of the beauty farm as well as in the outdoor whirlpool on the spa patio. Hotel guests can participate in numerous, free well-fit courses; among these are Nordic walking, Aquafitness, Pilates or Yoga and Qi Gong. Dog owners will be pleased that the hotel is notably animal friendly – promising a relaxing wellness holiday for man and animal.
Beauty farm with sea view, Finnish sauna, bio-soft sauna, swimming pool, fitness room and whirlpool patio. Many free well-fit offers for hotel guests, among these being Nordic walking, aqua-fitness and Pilates. The Ambassador Hotel is animal friendly and dogs are welcome. This will be appreciated by those who like taking their best friend for long walks.
The modern 1,200m² Auramaris spa and wellness area doesn’t just offer superb relaxation when the weather is miserable. Located over two levels, the hotel offers a cosmetic and wellness area with a pool and saunas as well as a roof top terrace with sea view whirl pools.
The beauty department in the wellness hotel’s Auramaris spa allows an unspoilt view of the North Sea. Guests have a wide choice of beauty treatments. The variety includes diverse thalassotherapy treatments and facials using Dr. Babor and OceanWell products.
The free fitness centre offers gentle fitness and relaxation courses. At the same time people who feel the urge to move will find a lot on offer. The range with professional instruction includes Nordic walking, aqua gym, Zen gymnastics and yoga as well as advice on using the machines in the gym.
Typical buildings for the North Sea such as lighthouses, bakeries and farmer houses: These are monumental buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries that now prevail as landmarks of the region and tell of the economic height of the region. Towns like St. Peter-Ording and Husum, ship trips to Helgoland, Sylt, Amrum, Föhr or to the Halligs. The Wattenmeer natural park with its typical salt marshes.
The wellness hotel is directly located on the twelve kilometre sandy beach and is perfect for extended walks in the sea air. Guests can also go for runs, cycle and discover various water sport activities like sailing, kite surfing and wind surfing.
Along the North Sea coast, there are many possibilities for golfers to enjoy varied golf courses with a sea view. In the proximity of the Ambassador Hotel & Spa, there are five golf courses.
As a hotel close to the sea, the Ambassador serves lots of freshly caught fish and crabs. But international specialities and alternating theme buffets are also presented in the hotel restaurant “Sandperle”.
“Sand Café” and Bar
The Sandcafé is located directly on the promenade, which leads across a wooden bridge to the sea. Light dishes and cake from the in-house patisserie can be enjoyed with a sea view. Guests can also watch the sunset whilst having a glass of wine or a cocktail. Those who enjoy a digestif accompanied by live piano music might become a frequent guest in the hotel’s lounge.
in Schleswig-Holstein, in North Friesland, very close to St. Peter-Ording right on the North Sea coast and surrounded by salt marshes. North Friesland has small, quaint places, old fisherman harbours, luscious meadows and an almost unending wide horizon. This is where you can recuperate listening to the surf and with a view of the sea. The beach on which the Ambassador Hotel borders is extraordinarily wide with up to two kilometres and it is more than twelve kilometres long. The many naturally grown salt marshes are ecologically valuable, and characterize the transition from beach to the sea in this section of the North Sea: They are home for numerous rare types of small animals.