History

 

 

History  

The building was erected in 1907 according to the design of Paul Puchműller. It was known as the Southern Bath and it was divided into three sections: for ladies, gentlemen and families.

The family section featured a pool and a slide for children. The main building offered hairdressing services, cafes and restaurants.

After World War I, a seaplane base was built near the Southern Bath offering flights to Germany.

With its beautiful wooden architecture inspired by the old Norse motifs, the Bath building has remained a landmark of the Sopot seaside resort to this day. It was restored and converted into a hotel by the Min Hoong company in 1995.

 

Reservation

Arrival
20
9
2017
Depart
20
9
2017
Number of guests
Adults
1
Kids
0
Rooms
1
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