The Wildunger Hof is a Bed & Breakfast Hotel opposite the Kur Park about 20 minutes walk uphill from the town centre. It was clean and tastefully furnished, and the en-suite rooms, even the singles, were of a good size, with television, refrigerator, armchair, desk, and generous wardrobe. The rooms were around 30 euros per night, with a truly extensive buffet breakfast for an extra 5 euros. There were several excellent restaurants within easy reach, including the Santorini next door, and the Brauhaus, with its own brewery, a short walk up the hill. Free wireless internet was available in the rooms but a charge was made for use of the internet from the PC in the dining area. There was a steam room & sauna, though not used by us.
Although the hotel had a bar, this, and the reception desk closed at 9.30 pm. It was not possible to access the reception, bar and dining area after this time and it was therefore essential to have possession of both room key and door key to side entrance if intending to return after 9.30 pm, as some of our party discovered to their inconvenience.
It was of some concern that the only exit in the event of fire at night was through two locked doors operated by the same key.More