By Jan Henric Buettner

The Grand Opening of Weissenhaus Grand Village & Spa by the Sea



Today, crowdfunding for the 5-star-superior resort "Weissenhaus Grand Village & Spa by the Sea" began here on Companisto. After eight years of restoration of the castle and the village surrounding it and after two years of pre-launch operation, the resort at the Weißenhäuser Strand (Weißenhäuser beach) celebrated its grand opening in bright sunshine on 01 July 2014. The invited guest, journalists, and politicians celebrated this event together with founder Jan Henric Buettner and his team. Here are some pictures of the opening:


Several Guests Listended Intently to Jan Henric Buettner's Opening Speech. Afterward, They Discovered the 75-Hectare Compound of Weissenhaus Grand Village & Spa by the Sea.


 Landscape in WeissenhausBoth the Historic Village and the Landscape That Surrounds It Make Weissenhaus the Magnificent and Unique Place It Is.

Weissenhaus Grand Village Resort & SpaThe Heated Pool of the Wellness Area Extends to the Outside.



The Café in the Spa Viewed from the Outside...



...and from the Inside. Here, Guests May Relax or Have a Snack.



Those Who Are Really Hungry May Fulfill Their Culinary Desires in the Courtier, the Restaurant Inside the Castle, Surrounded by Paintings. The Courtier Is One of Five Restaurants on the Compound and Serves Five-Course Meals.



The Management (from Left to Right): Gerald Henningsen (Hotel Director), Jan Henric Buettner (Founder), Beate Maruccia (Financial Director), and Alexander Dehn (Gastronomic Director)



Pleasant Jazz Accompanied the Opening, Which Was Also Attended by Journalists and Politicians.



A Big Moment: Weissenhaus Founder Jan Henric Buettner Was Truly Happy about Opening the Entire Resort Together with His Team after the End of the Pre-Launch Operation. State Secretary Ralph Müller-Beck of the Schleswig-Holstein Ministry of Economic Affairs, Employment, Transport and Technology Opened the Resort.




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