The old spa hotel was built in 1911 on rocky ground along one of Bornholm’s most beautiful coastlines between Tejn and Gudhjem.
From the hotel there is a unique sea view over the Baltic Sea towards Christiansø.
An ideal setting for unforgettable holidays, pampering and parties
Stammershalle Badehotel is locally rooted, and for decades we have formed the framework for Bornholm’s family outings and parties. But tourists from both home and abroad have also found peace from everyday life at the Stammershalle Badehotel.
Today, Stammershalle Badehotel is among the best beach hotels in Denmark, and the hotel embraces the classic beach hotel atmosphere on Solskinsøen Bornholm. Originating in the hotel’s rich history, the hotel has undergone a transformation to be a calm and atmospheric oasis. Here, guests are pampered on all levels – especially in the restaurant, which offers tasty gourmet experiences with a focus on local ingredients in season.
history of the hotel
Stammershalde Badehotel was originally built by a German wholesaler for a summer residence in 1911. In the 1930s, he started flying German guests directly from Berlin to the airport in Rø.
At the hotel, guests could gather strength, enjoy the magnificent nature and fresh air before returning to the big city. Until 1948, the hotel’s name was spelled ‘Stammershalde’, after which it became ‘Stammershalle’.
Behind the hotel he built a small zoo with, among other things, lions and bears. Today it’s still possible to see the remains of the ancient bear caves. The Wang-Hansen family then ran the hotel for many years with food, dance and music, and of course with lots of hotel guests. The hotel then became the focal point for the local’s family outings and parties.
In the Reception you can get a pamphlet with the history of Stammershalle Badehotel and the surrounding area.
Tradition and innovation
On May 1, 2021 the current owners, the Falbe-Cardel and Søgård families, took over Stammershalle Badehotel. The hotel between Gudhjem and Allinge has since undergone a renovation that respects its unique aesthetics. The hotel, restaurant and rooms have been furnished and preserved in keeping with the location’s original architecture, surroundings and authenticity.
Stammershalle Badehotel is run by director Susanne Vang Søgård