Mondi-Holiday Bellevue Badgastein

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Karl-Heinrich-Waggerl-Strasse 9, Bad Gastein, Salzburg, A-5640, Austria
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hotel in BadGastein

by Aaron123

I don´t know which one of those hotels to choose. Could you recommend me one?
http://www.hotzebra.com/hotel.php?id=74315 or http://www.hotzebra.com/hotel.php?id=71679 Thanks

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by leics

Could you give the hotel names rather than a link to a booking site, please?

Re: hotel in BadGastein

by Aaron123

yes, here are the names of hotels: Landhaus Gletschermühle or Hotel Simader

Re: hotel in BadGastein

by ranger49

Have you tried looking for Reviews on Tripadvisor?
That is where I usually go to if I cannot find a Tip on VT.

Re: hotel in BadGastein

by leics

Thank you.

I know neither place, but the reviews here:

http://www.booking.com/hotel/at/landhaus-gletschermuhle.en.html

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g580116-d1192194-Reviews-Landhaus_Gletschermuehle-Bad_Gastein_Austrian_Alps.html

and here:

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g580116-d1054143-Reviews-Hotel_Simader-Bad_Gastein_Austrian_Alps.html

http://www.booking.com/hotel/at/simader.en.html

should help. Booking.com is a very reliable site. Only people who have actually completed a stay booked through the site can post reviews.

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by johngeres

http://www.simader.lv/index.php?page=1&lang=3
http://www.gletschermuehle.at/

Hotel Simander is definetly a great hotel. Last vacation I was there, and they made my stay wonderful.

Travel Tips for Badgastein

Gastein Valley

by Tolik

Visit Gastein Valley. First town, Dorfgastein lies on the lowest “step” of the valley (836m, 2743ft.). This is a quiet little summer and winter sports resort with an open-air swimming pool heated by solar energy. Its tranquil ambience attracting many visitors who shun the more commercial neighbor towns. This small town does not use street addresses – each house has an individual name. A Gastein ski pass is valid for all cable cars and lifts in the Gastein Valley, and the ski bus is free.

Bad Hofgastein (870m, 2854 ft.) long the main town in the valley, is an old established spa and winter sports resort. It’s smaller than Bad Gastein, but almost as charming. At the center of town stands the church, surrounded by the pedestrian zone, beautiful stores, hotels and restaurants.
The various sanatoria and treatment facilities are supplied with water from the radioactive springs in Bad Gastein. There no public facilities here as in Bad Gastein; local hotels have built full spa facilities on their premises instead. A footpath affording extensive views leads past Café Gramskar to Bad Gastein (2 ½ - 3 hrs).

Gaistener Ache

by Tolik

Bad Gastein lies on the north slope of the Tauern massif in one of the most scenic spots in the Austrian Alps. It is spread across steep hillsides split by the waters of tumbling Gaistener Ache. Numerous hotels adorn the steep slopes formed by the cascading waterfall. Bad Gastein is also known internationally as a ski resort and has been the host of world championship alpine events and the famous Silberkrug Race. The name of the Silberkrug Race comes from the heraldic sign of Bad Gastein, which has the Silberkrug (silver jug) on a blue ground.
The ancient customs of the Gastein Valley have also remained alive as they have throughout the Hohe Tauern region.

Shopping time

by Manara

Visitors from other countries may find the opening times of Austrian shops to be very short. This can cause inconvenience especially when one wants to buy foods and drinks, so I am posting some information to help you plan your shopping.
There are two supermarkets in Bad Gastein, Billa and Eurospar, both open from 9 am to 6pm Monday to Friday, and 9 am to 5 pm on Saturdays. Both are closed on Sundays.
There is also a grocery shop with totally different opening hours, because it is meant to meet the needs of those who want to go to pic-nics or excursions. In fact it opens from 7 to 11 in the mornings, and then from 4 pm to 7 pm, seven days a week. It is not a big shop, but you can find the essentials there. The address is Kaiserhofstrasse 6. There are signs directing to it, but when you get there it is hard to find, because you cannot see it from the street. In fact it is inside the Kaiserhof. You need to go in through the main entrance, turn right and walk through the lobby. The Hapishop is past the reception.

A beautiful destination for your hike

by Manara

The path to the Bockhart Seen is one of those that depart from Sportgastein and one of the most scenic you can imagine. The path is rather steep, because it reaches in a very direct way the Bockhartsee Hütte, at an altitude of 1933 metres above see level, whereas the starting point is at 1589.
At the Hütte you will find food, a panoramic view of wonderful mountains, but espcially you will see the Unteren Bockhartsee (the lower lake) which is a man-made one, created by an artificial barrage.
The hike could end here, but I recommend to go on, on the path along the southern side of the lake, and proceed until you reach the Oberen Bockhartsee, at an altitude of 2076 metres. This one is a natural alpine lake, small but beautiful. This part of the path is very rocky but not steep, and goes through an area populated by marmots. This type of path requires proper hiking boots.

The Klamm Cave

by Tolik

More about the Klamm Cave: The name of the cave was first mentioned in 1428. In the 16th and 18th century the followers of Luther used to have their secret meetings in the cave.

Richard Erlmoser, the cave’s host, erected a Protestant memorial in the Fledermaus-Dom (the Bat Cathedral) for the 500th anniversary celebrations of Martin Luther, which was consecrated in 1983.

See more pictures from the cave in my travelogue.

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Address: Karl-Heinrich-Waggerl-Strasse 9, Bad Gastein, Salzburg, A-5640, Austria