I arrived around 6:15 from Munich and the restaurant hotel staff was anxious to get out and really rushed me through and seemed annoyed that i had arrived that late( restaurant closed at 6 pm), But i was never informed or saw any writeups that the restaurant staff is also the hotel check in staff. So try to get here early......
The room was small , very small. I couldnt really walk around the room or even spread my luggage out. But i guess for $ 103 what can you expect i guess. The hotel closest to here was the Hotel Mueller and that was $ 182 plus tax for a single room ( i didnt stay there), so i guess for $ 103 including taxes and breakfast, cant expect much. Not sure i would be able to stay more than one or two nights because there is just no space in the room. I got a room with a private bath which mean a shower box thing in room which took a lot of space up in the corner. So the place is OK , given the fact its pretty cheap for the area. Plus you are about 2/3 up the steep hill if you stay here. You drive up whereas others are walking or taking a horse drawn carriage or a bus. If you stay here, you drive up and park and you are almost at the neuchwanstein castle.
If you stay here, you avoid the long steep walk to castle( neuchwanstein) . You are about 2/3 way up i would say...... there is some walking but its not so bad.
We had a junior suite with a view of the castle. The bathroom was large and it included a balcony and small sitting area with couch. there is also another hotel called the Alpenhof that had a good restaurant. We stayed there another time.
View of the castle. Close to the Crystal Therme Spa. Includes bikes.
To many good forms of accomodation to list but keep away from the bigger hotels that tend to attract bus loads of Far Eastern tourists by coach. Not that I have anything at all against Far Eastern tourists but they do tend to take over with their guides and the single guest is forgotten about. The Alpenblick in Hopfen is a prime example.
Also if you are a non smoker check the hotels policy. Germany is miles behind the times with smoking allowed in both hotel rooms and dining area's. YUK!
Here we are relaxing in our free camp ground with a stunning backdrop. After spending one night in the camping ground we decided to free camp it for a night. We came across a quaint church with the mountains and palaces in the background. We arrived here at about 5:30pm when there was only one other camper, by 7pm the small car park was full, with about 6 campers in total. I highly recommend this spot as it is close to local attractions, close to a service station for amenities and has stunning scenary.
free and a great view.
Simple warm and comfortable. Not as homey or welcoming as some but a nice stay. Not a great breakfast, could have been much nicer. Matter of fact, another couple who had stayed there before said it was better in previous visits. Would stay again, but would try finding somewhere else and taking a chance first.
For me, Hotel Alpenhof was very special because it was the first time I'd had to try out my limited German with no friend nearby to help me out. As it turned out, my German did work most successfully, which was good, as the charming couple who ran the hotel more like a B & B (very personal service) spoke almost no English at all. Even with the slight language barrier though, they were completely hospitable and this was our best hotel stay in Europe, because of this.
Hotel Alpenhof had quiet garden surrounds, no traffic noise (though it was just off the main street of town), and best of all, our own private balcony with a great view of the majestic mountains surrounding the town.
Suzanne's is an old refurbished farm house, right in the middle of the town of Fuessen, Bavaria. Close to train/bus station, shopping and restaurants. Brightly furnished modern comfy room with fluffy dawn comforter and home made breakfast buffet.
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