Built in 1909 in the style of historism to be used for leisure activities and recreation for the guests of resort, architect Arthur Medlinger. One of the most prominent social centres for spending late evening hours and leisure time of the beginning of 20th century located in the dune areas. Pavillion offered restaurant and popular whirling dance floor. In the summer of 1929 the King of Sweden Gustav V visited the terrace of pavillion. The building is reknown example of Art Noveau rich in details of wooden carvings in façades and a corner tower as a vertical accent on the beach.