Hotel Residens Møen is nestled on the scenic island of Møn. Originally built as a school for navigation in 1703, the hotel is steeped in history and in 1737 the building was transformed into a prison. Not, however, a prison for particularly serious criminals, more an institution where the more distinguished citizens could pay to place "wayward family members”. The prison eventually closed in 1851 and became a psychiatric hospital.
After extensive modernisation, in 2016 Hotel Residens Møen opened in the historic estate.