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if the below was implemented:
- redecorate the tired rooms
- provide better duvets and pillows
- have waiters better trained in customer service and polite manners (except for lovely slim dark hair waiter who was nice, patient)
- provide less food options but of...More
Breakfast and evening meals were fine. All staff were pleasant and helpful. But this is not a 4 star hotel. The hotel overall is tired but the bedrooms are dreadful. Thin lumpy uncomfortable mattress. The bathroom is from the last century and in desperate need...More
The hotel is a little tired and in need of updating, The bedroom was ok but the bathroom was in need of work with chipped tiles. The hotel could do with purchasing new towels as the ones we were given had holes in. The hotel...More
Good spacious accommodation with wonderful mountain views from the balcony. Room tired and in need of refurb. Bathroom very dark, some chipped tiles but perfectly adequate and clean. In fact in spite of its world weariness the whole hotel was clean and satisfactory but there...More
Everything about this 53 roomed family run hotel is traditional from the warm welcome to the waitress in Dirndl.The rooms are large with balconies to the rear 1980 bathrooms,seating areas and Austrian double beds some mattress needing renewal
There is no mini fridge but there...More
They weren"t that expensive and there was a house option for red & white wine by; the glass or small or large carafe. There was also a choice to have free tap water or buy more expensive bottled versions with your meal.
Response from PATRICIA T | Reviewed this property |
No, there are no facilities for making tea or coffee, this is quite usual in Austria. We always take our own travel kettle, mugs etc.,
If you have a balcony or a wide window sill you can always keep the milk outside