Face masks as of 21 April

As of 21 April, guests must wear face masks in the rooms/areas where food and drink are served, including Brasserie Skipperstuen, Restaurant Amstrup & Vigen and the Champagne Salon.

Face masks are not required for Dyvig Terrasse & Brasserie as it offers outdoor dining. 

There is no need to wear a face mask at reception or in other areas of the hotel as all guests should arrive with a negative Corona test result. 


We can offer a stay with room service, as well as accommodation with breakfast and a la Carte menus.

Online booking is available for accommodation with breakfast, as well as for our winter stay offer, and on the day of arrival, you can order room service for your chosen time. 

In addition to stays, we offer accommodation with breakfast and a room service menu to be served in the room.



Concerns about an increased risk of infection were raised at a recent press conference, and we must once again be extra vigilant and watch out for each other. 

Individually together… 

Throughout the 2020 season, Dyvig Badehotel has followed all government guidance and protocols. We have reinforced our cleaning protocols and have made hand sanitiser available throughout the hotel – we call it “STAY SAFE”. 

Naturally, it is very important to us that you are aware that we comply with all the rules regarding distance and precautions for having guests at our hotel. 

We are proud to be able to offer you a safe stay and an exceptional experience with our “STAY SAFE” programme, which we introduced in the spring in accordance with COVID-19 precautions. 

The new restrictions that were announced on 26 October 2020 mean that everyone is now required to wear a face mask when entering the hotel, restaurants, etc. Face masks must be worn when moving around the hotel and may be removed once you are seated. You must put your mask back on when you get up again.