The grandson of the world famous impressionist painter, together with the star journalist Eddie Lange, enjoy a little time out on the island of Rügen.

Lambert Monet sits in the Amber Panorama Restaurant of the Private Palace Rugard Strandhotel in Binz. High above the rooftops of the Baltic Sea, the former star ballet dancer gazes over the Baltic Sea. “It’s not better – I am a water person, love the sea. This view – I am thrilled, ” says the grandson of the world famous impressionist painter Claude Monet, sipping his drink and smiling:” I live happily and honestly. Here I am right. ”


Lambert Monet owns this naughty smile – a mischievous aura surrounds him. “Humor is an elixir of life,” stresses the French native, who now lives in Berlin. Star journalist Eddie Lange agrees with him. “We have known each other for so long, we do a lot – and from morning to night we always have something to laugh about.”


The two of them will be giving a perfect comedy pair in the Amber Panorama Restaurant this afternoon – they are just themselves. Not contrived, not uneasy – just honestly and truthfully. The two play the Balls again and again – a verbal ping pong game that ends with a draw. Great.


The journalist also looks out on the 5th floor of the Private Palace Rugard Strandhotel on the Baltic Sea. “I am enraptured – from this unique view over the Bay of Binz”, she raves.


They both found their quarters at the Private Palace Grand Hotel Binz. “When I came into my room and immediately saw the Baltic Sea from the door, it almost blew me away,” says Eddie Lange. and Lambert Monet adds: “We came to Binz to enjoy peace and quiet. That is exactly what we found here at the Grand Hotel. and the top service and friendliness – here everything fits. ”


Lambert Monet also loves the bathing architecture of the Baltic Sea. “And that everything here is so clean – here you could eat straight from the street”, says the fish lover, who of course undertook a trip to the Boothaus Binz – the best seafood restaurant on the island. “It is a dream. Everything is so peaceful here. ” There is nothing to add.

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+++Aktuelles zur Corona-Krise+++

Schweren Herzens wird mit sofortiger Wirkung das Grand Hotel Binz vorbeugend und bis auf Weiteres geschlossen.

Das Land Mecklenburg-Vorpommern hat am 15. März 2020 entschieden, den Zugang für Touristen auf die Insel Rügen zu untersagen.

Diese Vorsichtsmaßnahme dient zur Verhinderung der weiteren Ausbreitung des Coronavirus, um so jedes Gesundheitsrisiko für Mitarbeiter und Gäste zu minimieren.

Vieles ist ungewiss in diesen Tagen und dennoch blicken wir zuversichtlich in die Zukunft. Wir vertrauen darauf, dass die Lage sich entspannt und Sie bald wieder in Rügens Natur und in unserem Grand Hotel Binz zur Ruhe und Erholung kommen.

Bleiben Sie gesund!

Ihre Generaldirektorin Birte Löhr und das Grand Hotel Binz Team