|Approx. 115,000 – 11,600 years ago
|Formation of the Mecklenburg Lake District in the Weichselian glacial periods (the last freezing phase in the ice age).
|Formation of the hilly terminal moraine landscape extended in the north of Waren (Müritz).
|Stone-age settlements and formation of megalithic tombs.
|Up to 500 AD
|Settlement by Germanic tribes.
|6 – 12th century
|Settlement in the region by Slavs.
|The Duke Henry the Lion defeated the Slav Prince Nikolot and converted the region to Christianity.
|1618 – 48
|In the thirty-year war, 70% of the Mecklenburg population lost their lives.
|Up to 1820
|Large estates and serfdom characterise the region.
|Up to the 2nd
|Formation for several manor houses and landscape gardens.
|Alexander Schöller, the Berlin-based art dealer constructed the country house at the northern bank of the Tiefwarensee, where the current main building of Hotel Amsee is located.
|Acquisition of the Schöller country house by the Mecklenburg State to set up a climatic health resort for lung patients.
|1946 – 1992
|In the Amsee Park, the acute and rehabilitation clinic Amsee developed into an important cross-regional speciality centre.
|1994 – 1998
|The acute and rehabilitation clinic Amsee was newly built at Warener Buchen. The Schöller country house became the hospital administration building.
|Opening of “Hotel Amsee”: the hospital management was relocated in the Amsee Hospital. The Schöller country house was converted to Hotel Amsee with 27 spacious rooms.
|Opening of the hotel extension with 35 comfort rooms and suites.
|Opening of the Amsee conference centre.
|Planned opening of the spa area.