Landidyll Hotel Leiner

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Wildenauer Strasse 20, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, 82467, Germany
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 40% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Hotels in Garmisch

by PaulKirk about Various hotels

I've stopped at various hotels around Garmisch and they all met my simple requirements of being clean & tidy with friendly & helpful staff. I don't like reccomending hotels because everyone's requirements can vary so much and my needs are only for somewhere to get my head down. Having said that I would reccomend the hotels in Garmisch who provide much more than that. Many of them have their own websites with links from the Garmisch-Partenkirchen.de website. There are a hadful of VT reviews too. Prices vary and so does the type of room so find one that suits your needs. The Hotel Schell is probably the best value in town whilst others I have used are Hotel Leiner (by the Ski Stadium) Hotel Aschenbrenner (by the river) Hotel Roter Hahn (near the station) Hotel Vierjahrseiten (by the station). I found them all to be good hotels and was made welcome in them all. Of the hotels I mentioned I would add some individual points. All of them provided good buffet style breakfasts. The Leiner has a lovely garden & an indoor swimming pool. The Schell has a smal residents bar. The Aschenbrenner has a breakfast room and terrace where you can eat outside when it's sunny. Our room also had a fridge full of beer which was sold at supermarket rather than hotel prices.

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Shop in towncenter of Garmisch with Lüftlmalerei!Shop in towncenter of Garmisch with Lüftlmalerei!

View from atop Zugspitze near CablecarView from atop Zugspitze near Cablecar

View from Gaesthaus BalconyView from Gaesthaus Balcony

Garmish-PartenkirchenGarmish-Partenkirchen

Forum Posts

Garmisch-Partenkirchen to innsburck by train

by shipra.chakraborty

Hello everyone,

I m visiting Austria in end of july 2010. I just want to ask is there any trains between these two stations because all I can find is a bus travel.

If there is a train between Garmisch-Partenkirchen and innsburck what is the cost of ticket?

thanks for reading

Re: Garmisch-Partenkirchen to innsburck by train

by GyuriFT

Pretty frequent "trains" (every hour and 10 minutes), cost is 14.40 Euro / direction.
For the schedule visit German rail web site:

http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en

Now these are "trains-in-theory". ;-)
On the practice they indeed travel on the road and being driven by a bus driver.
These are "train substitution busses", in mocking American English "bustitution".

The original trains were IMO nicer, I like trains and not-so the busses. But they seem to become victims of "rationalization", whatever thing that means.

Re: Garmisch-Partenkirchen to innsburck by train

by shipra.chakraborty

Thanks for your prompt reply. I have a 1.5 year old baby with me and personally I also prefer train journey thats why asked this question. your reply has given me a bit satisfaction. :)

Re: Garmisch-Partenkirchen to innsburck by train

by K_V_B

The "bustitution" on this line is temporary. From Aug 9 onwards trains will run again on this line. I asume that the reason behind this is simply engineering works. The DB should be commended for correctly showing this in their online timetable. Not all railways do this...

Re: Garmisch-Partenkirchen to innsburck by train

by abalada

If you check out the details you see that this is a "SEV" bus.
SEV = Schienen-Ersatz-Verkehr = Rail-Replacement-Service

There are works on this railroad and thus the trains are between 20. July and 8. August replaced by buses. Your train ticket is of course valid for these buses.

Re: Garmisch-Partenkirchen to innsburck by train

by GyuriFT

Thanks for information, I was really worried... Like with the Vienna-Venice EC becoming a "bustitute" just because of some Trenitalia managers.

Apropos, do your spies have information regarding EN-240/241 being NOT canceled in December? We really worry about the health of the last international train from Central/East Europe to Italy.

Re: Garmisch-Partenkirchen to innsburck by train

by shipra.chakraborty

thanks for all your reply.. but is bus route as beautiful as train route?

Re: Garmisch-Partenkirchen to innsburck by train

by abalada

The route is roughly the same. And the scenery thus also. And you'll see more from a bus than from a car due the higher seating position.
It's however not really the same. One can built railroads more exposed than roads. This is also a one track railroad, thus from the windows on both sides you see nearly always just nature. While on the road you have at one side always the lane of the opposite driving direction and the traffic there in your views.

Travel Tips for Garmisch-Partenkirchen

photos around GAP - 10 -

by MrBill

These do not really count as tips, but then again, what is better than a good photo to tell a story? Ironically, through the trick of the lens, you can make a good picture almost anywhere. If you filter out the cars, the overdevelopment, the noise, the camera captures only what you want. But, do a couple of hundred meters of river front compensate for the loss of hundreds of hectares of field and forest that have been paved over to make room for commercial activities?

Hollentalklamm

by MrBill

If you take the hike up from Garmisch-Partenkirchen ý Hammersbach about a 500 meter climb ý you get to the Hollentalklamm. This pass follows the course of a stream, which has over the Millennia turned into gorge.

What makes it interesting, or esoteric if you will, is that around circa 1895 or so, they discovered some kind of fuel oil deposits trapped in the rock, and set about building a railroad up there to extract it. You cannot believe where they hacked that narrow gauge track into the cliffs and along the watercourse. Testimony to manýs ingenuity in the pursuit of profit, but also a good 50-years before anyone had ever heard of an environmental assessment. Most of the tracks are gone, and those that remain are only twisted pieces of metal spaghetti to remind you how temporal even concrete and metal are compared to mountains.

The hike is cut through the rocks in a series of paths and caves, largely unchanged, and long since grown back to hide the scars. Now it is a pleasant 2-hour hike up, and if you want you can carry on another 2-hours to the Oesterfelderkopf or put on your climbing gear and do the Klettersteig to the Zugspitze, the highest mountain in Deutschland.

Nothing tastes better than a cold beer after a long, hot climb

best pizza in town

by MrBill about La Lapanto

So, normally you might associate Garmisch-Partenkirchen with Bavarian food, but GAP has always attracted many foreigners, and some stay and open up local restaurants with other cuisines. In our case, we really like La Lapantos authentic southern-Italian style pizzas. They have very thin crusts and are big enough to satisfy the biggest appetite after skiing. The prices are very reasonable and we like the family atmosphere. There are other Italian restaurants in GAP, but we like this one the best.

Only On Clear Days

by clunker

Make sure that the sky's are clear before you go to the top of the Zugspitze. The day we went was overcast, and to be fair, they warned us at the ticket booth that the views wouldn't be great, and suggested we try again the next day. We stubbornly went anyway. It ended up being a waste of money(and time). We were the only ones up there that weren't skiing. It still seemed a bit impressive, where you could see through breaks in the clouds, but I'm sure on a sunny day, it would have been absolutely incredible.

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Address: Wildenauer Strasse 20, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, 82467, Germany