The sound of the sea, villas named “pearl necklace”, gentle dune hills full of beach grass and dune roses, crystal-clear, humid air and the energising waters of the Baltic Sea framed by rose-coloured beech forests. Light and shadow play on dense foliage. Vastness. Every breath of Baltic Sea air has a beneficial effect on the lungs, skin and immune system. It strengthens. And heals. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Rainer Maria Rilke. They loved this oasis with its sophisticated beach promenade, also called the ‘White City by the Sea’ because of its classicist buildings. A harmonious ambience for the Grand Hotel Heiligendamm, in the middle of Germany’s oldest seaside resort. An elegant ensemble of historic bathing and lodging houses shining on the Mecklenburg coast, where wellness, culinary delights, art and culture are celebrated. As one of the most exclusive addresses on the Baltic Sea, the house welcomes guests with charm, discreet luxury and nostalgia and provides space for tranquillity.