Staudacherhof Hotel

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Hoellentalstrasse 48, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, 82467, Germany
Staudacherhof Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 89% more than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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  • Families92
  • Couples95
  • Solo75
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Access to Eibsee

by muvaik

We are planning a couple of days stay at Garmisch. Among other things, we would like to make some trips to the lakes around. Can anyone give some information on how good the public transportation is to Eibsee and the other lakes ?

regards,

Re: Access to Eibsee

by Turtleshell

You could use the cog railroad from Garmisch to Eibsee, the same cog railroad that takes you up Mount Zugspitze. Direct access to the lake is possible, the almost Carribean turquoise actually looks best from above, though.

Re: Access to Eibsee

by margsch

I am fairly sure that the town buses go to Eibsee on a regular basis. There is a lake within walking distance called the Riessersee, there is a walking path from the town to the this lake and I believe there is a restaurant/cafe there. people I met in Garmisch told me about it but I didn,t have time to go there myself.

Re: Access to Eibsee

by margsch

Note the Riessersee is near Garmisch, not Eibsee just to clarify my previous reply.
Another outing could be a cablecar to the top of one of the local mountains.

Re: Access to Eibsee

by swandav

Hi,

There is actually a bus called the "Eibsee Bus" that connects the town to the Eibse, with lots of stops along the way. It costs about 2-3E per person per ride. Here's a link to a site with the schedule:

http://www.zugspitzcard.com/eibseebusplan.pdf

Have fun!

s

Travel Tips for Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Alpine Meadows

by antistar

The town is surrounded by fields of lush long soft green grass, mixed with the whites of dandelions in bloom, the yellows of buttercups and the blues, purples, and oranges of all the other Alpine flowers that grow naturally there. These fields are so picture perect and idyllic that they almost seem like someone has deliberately planted them to look like that.

What to bring for the skijumping

by sabsi

Bring a water and dirt resistant bag and clothes. When we were here there was mud all around the stadium which made everything dirty, the bags, the shoes, trousers, jackets.... simply everything. What a mess! Be prepared to stand in the stadium for hours. So dress warmly. If you have wear your skiing clothes and warm shoes. A big zoom is necessary because in this stadium you are quite far from "the action". Bring fan equipment such as flags and everything that's noisy. You will get caps and lots of other advertising there!

Hohenschwangau Castle

by mvtouring

It was another dream of mine to see this lovely castle on which Walt Disney based his fairy castle. So it was with great enthusiasm that we boarded the bus early morning for our day outing to Schwangau and its two castles. Hohenschwangau Castle is a 19th century palace in southern Germany. It was the childhood residence of King Ludwig II of Bavaria and was built by his father, King Maximilian II of Bavaria

Vierschanzen-Tournee - Four Chances Tournament

by MrBill

The Four Chances Ski Jumping Tournament is held every year in Bavaria and Austria. The event held on January 1st is in Garmisch. This year it was mild, but there was enough snow, and it was nice to stand outside for a few hours and watch the ski jumpers.

Spaghetti ice cream and lovely paintings.

by Beausoleil

You can make a day trip of walking around town looking at all the different paintings on the Garmisch buildings. Wander down side streets, explore the church and cemetery.

When you are tired, stop downtown for a bowl of spaghetti ice cream. Yes, spaghetti. We kept seeing pictures and it looked like a big bowl of spaghetti with red sauce. We finally decided to see what this was all about. It is vanilla ice cream forced through a spaghetti machine (presumably) so it looks exactly like spaghetti. Then they put a delicious strawberry sauce on it for an authentic look. It is delicious . . . although a bit odd looking.

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