Hages Badehotel

On the coast of Lolland you will find the finest, newly built seaside hotel with a main building and 124 hotel rooms in 72 houses. Hages Badehotel is unique as it is built on a pile foundation with great consideration for the surrounding nature and local wildlife. The hotel's design has been created in harmony with nature. The houses with green sedum roofs and slate-clad walls are connected by wooden decks that meander through the area of ponds and plants.

The location in the coastal area close to the Fehmarn Belt tunnel, Lalandia Rødby and Knuthenborg Safari Park is ideal for enjoying the attractions and beautiful nature of Lolland-Falster. The hotel attracts sustainability-minded tourists from both Denmark and Germany, among others. In 2023, Hages Badehotel was also included in The Times list of "The 25 Best New Beach Hotels in Europe".

The challenge

The hotel's vision is to create a scenic experience for their guests with room for relaxation with nature right outside the door. Our task was to bring the Scandinavian style into the hotel interior with spaces for peace and relaxation.

The hotel apartments had to be designed with a small kitchen and plenty of storage for guests staying longer in the area, so that their accommodation can be as convenient for them as possible.

124 hotel apartments
Reception and outdoor areas
Breakfast restaurant

Our approach

We create safe and comfortable spaces outside home and away from work. Spaces that build on strong identity and powerful character. Where form and function provide users with the ideal space and surroundings to enjoy life.

Nothing is more important to us than to create an authentic space that generates atmosphere, joyful living and a true sense of belonging.

The process

The solution

The design concept is modern and Scandinavian with a reinterpretation of the classic Danish seaside hotel. This is reflected in the calm colours, beautiful woods and, not least, light wood panels in selected areas of the hotel rooms.

In the project, it has always been important to us that the quality of the products can withstand use in hospitality and that the interior design solution suits the hotel's target group.
In addition, daily operations must also be taken into account so that housekeeping can quickly and easily prepare the rooms for the next guests.

On this project, we supplied customised furniture that was pre-assembled in the houses at the factory before being delivered to Rødby, Lolland. Kitchens, glazing in the sensory windows and TV furniture were therefore produced specifically for these cabins.

After the houses have been delivered to the hotel and installed on the screw foundation, our own installation team delivered the remaining loose furniture such as sofas, dining areas, lamps, beds, handicrafts, and gallery. has also provided curtain solutions, so guests have been able to get good light shielding for night/morning and light curtains to limit views.

Each house consists of 2 hotel apartments (Queen Room Deluxe 23 m2 and Family Room Deluxe 46 m2) with a kitchen and dining area. The kitchen is equipped with a hotplate, microwave, fridge and basic kitchenware. This gives guests flexibility in their stay. The kitchen was designed by our in-house architect to perfectly match the space and style of the hotel.

In the same style as the kitchen, you'll find the customised storage space, especially for longer stay guests to store their luggage. It has been important to optimise the use of space so that guests don't lack any functionalities during long stays. The rooms are equipped with's own hotel box spring mattress, designed for hotel use with special reinforcements in the frame and mattress.

In line with the interior design concept, the houses are designed with well-placed windows so that guests naturally face the windows and can enjoy the surrounding nature from their room or private terrace.

In the outdoor common areas, there are sun loungers and patio furniture where guests can take a break and enjoy the hotel's unique surroundings in peace and quiet - or have a good time with others for a chat on the platform in the lake or by the pool terrace.

The main building is a natural focal point with plenty of space for guests to gather in the cosy sofas, restaurant, game room or meeting room. Here, the space is particularly impressive with its high ceilings and skylights. This is supported by our tall, customised bookcases in the reception and restaurant. The shelving is built with hidden acoustic panels that help to create a pleasant sound and good acoustics in the large rooms.

With sofas in different fabrics, colours and designs, different zones are created in the common area of the main building. Here you can relax, play games, work or enjoy a drink at the snack bar. The custom-made reception desk takes a back seat to the cosy zones in the main building, inviting guests to use the main building as a place to stay and not just in the hotel apartments.

In the bright breakfast restaurant, flexible interior design solutions have been chosen, whether it is used for breakfast in conjunction with the terrace - or for events such as corporate events or weddings/parties. Built into the bookcase are upholstered benches that match the colour palette and modern Scandinavian style.

Hages Badehotel's concept and exterior framework was designed by architectural firm Miami ark and landscape architect BOGL. The hotel is now ready to welcome Danish and international guests. We are grateful for the opportunity to be responsible for the interior design solution.

The hotel chain Go Hotels owns several hotels on Zealand. These include Go Hotel City and Go Hotel Saga. Hages Badehotel is the 5th in the series where has been responsible for the hotel interior design.


Architects (construction): Miami Ark
Landscape architects: BOGL
Architect (interior design):, Vilma Furmonavicius


If you have any questions about the project please contact

Peter Møller Gissemann
Sales Manager, Denmark
+45 5218 3583