There Must Be a Gravious Reason as To Why This 10,000 Room Hotel Has Never Had a Single Guest


The world’s biggest hotel stands along a wide sandy beach on the German island of Rügen in the Baltic Sea, a big hotel stretching three miles. It has 10,000 bedrooms and they the sea. The most surprising thing is that no guest has ever stayed in this hotel, yet it was built more 70years ago.

The reason is because the Prora beach resort was built between 1936 and 1939 by the Nazis on Hitler’s orders. The big project was never completed because during the same time Hitler was preparing for war, which he prioritized.

The beach lies on the expansive bay between the Sassnitz and Binz regions, which is known as Prorer Wiek. It is on a narrow heath of the Prora which divides the lagoon of the Kleiner Jasmunder Bodden from the Baltic Sea. 


The buildings are about 500 feet (150 metres) from the beach and extends approximately 3 miles (5 km)nazi_hotel_resort_2

All major construction companies of the Reich and around 9,000 workers participated in this project, during the few years that Prora was under constructionnazi_hotel_resort_3

When World War II started in 1939, the construction of the building on Prora stopped and workers moved to weapon factoriesnazi_hotel_resort_4