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All reviews breakfast room train station public car park bit dated opposite direction quaint town beautiful view an older hotel reception area stayed for one night few minutes walk first floor the eagle's nest top floor yogurt miller mountains
We checked in at night and thought there was a road going up there. However, there was not any light along the road which was so rocky and dark and difficult for us to take the luggage with us. Please book somewhere near the station.
Very nice hotel, full of history and very well runned. The rooms are quite spoiled and the view from the inner rooms is quite unattractive. Better rooms have a wonderful view on the Alps and the Eagle's Nest. Our room had a small TV just...More
Seeing local attractions has been an item on my to-do list for a long time and now when I am finally here the comfort of Vier Jahreszeiten is what made my trip a complete success. Clean room, great breakfast with a variety of fresh fruits,...More
the name of the hotel promised more than it kept. The hotel seems run down. Our room had no view, but it was very quiet.
The breakfast was a little sparse but okay.
We had a nice chat with the lord of the reception, which...More
We had stayed in this hotel six years ago and wanted to return. However we found it had gone dowhill. The hotel needs refurbishment. It's a pity as it offets spectacular views from some bedrooms and the breakfast room. The staff were attentive and did...More
Response from Lostmarbles | Reviewed this property |
There is no hairdryer and no air conditioning but the windows open fully and there are shutters on the outside so can close them to stop the light coming in and the air still gets through. They might have a hairdryer you can... More
There is no hairdryer and no air conditioning but the windows open fully and there are shutters on the outside so can close them to stop the light coming in and the air still gets through. They might have a hairdryer you can use, we asked for a kettle and some cups and they were more than willing to help if they could.