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We have 6 hotels in Bad Segeberg.

Central Gasthof Star Rating 3        
Kirchstraße 32

A 6-minute walk from Bad Segeberg train station, this classic guesthouse is also 2 minutes' walk from Marienkirche church and an 8-minute walk from the Segeberger Kalkberg stone monument.Functional rooms come with free Wi-Fi and room service. Most quarters have en suite bathrooms, while some have shared facilities.
VITALIA Seehotel Star Rating 4        
Am Kurpark 3

This lakeside health resort overlooking Großer Segeberger See is 1.7 km from the limestone bat caves of Noctalis and 2.7 km from the Karl May Festival.
Hotel Residence Bad Segeberg Star Rating 3        
Krankenhausstraße 4 / Ecke Kurhausstraße

A 6-minute walk from Grosser Segeberger Lake, this relaxed hotel in a redbrick building is 9 minutes' walk from the Kunsthalle Otto Flath museum and 14 minutes' walk from the Segeberger Kalkberg rock formation.Straightforward rooms come with cable TV and Wi-Fi access. Family rooms sleep up to 5 guests, and bi-level apartments offer kitchenettes, and living rooms with sofas.
Hotel Restaurant Bürgerstuben Bad Segeberg        
Lubecker Straße 12a

This quaint, family-run hotel near the Old Town is 300 m from the unique limestone formations of Kalkberg Cave and 2.3 km from Great Segeberg Lake.The subdued rooms offer en suite bathrooms, free Wi-Fi and satellite TV.
Ferienwohnung Bad Segeberg Star Rating 4        
Bad Segeberg, Ostpreussenstrasse 2

Ferienwohnung Bad Segeberg provides comfortable 4-star accommodation in Bad Segeberg. It is an excellent base for those looking to immerse themselves in nature, with Holstein Switzerland Nature Park just moments away.Ferienwohnung Bad Segeberg offers a comfortable apartment, equipped to fit the needs of any traveller.
Altstadt Ferienwohnungen        
Lubecker Strasse 41

Altstadt Ferienwohnungen offers accommodation in Bad Segeberg. Hamburg is 29.8 miles from the property.
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Bad Segeberg is a German town of 16,000 inhabitants, located in the state of Schleswig-Holstein, capital of the district Segeberg. It is situated approximately 50 kilometers northeast of Hamburg, and 25 kilometers west of Lübeck.