Hotel Etol

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Merkurstrasse 7, Baden-Baden, Baden-Wurttemberg, 76530, Germany
Hotel Etol
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 42% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Solo100
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Driving from Interlaken to Mannheim

by vijayparkhe

Wanted to find out what things one can do related to enjoying nature or any unique things in the area when I drive alone on (N2 upto Basel)E35 from Interlaken to Mannheim. Thank you.

Re: Driving from Interlaken to Mannheim

by christine.j

Driving from Switzerland to Mannheim you pass the Black Forest. If you have time enough, leave the motorway A5 and take the B 500 through the Black Forest. You'll pass small towns and villages and can enjoy the beautiful scenery. If you have a few hours, park at Ruhestein and take the chairlift up for a nice hike. If you only have one hour, park at Mummelsee and at least walk around this lake.
Both have parkinglots right at the B 500.

Re: Driving from Interlaken to Mannheim

by vijayparkhe

Thank you. Might be I will go by E25 to Strasbourg and then come accross to join B500 then go on B500 till Baden Baden and then take A5 to Mannheim.

Re: Driving from Interlaken to Mannheim

by abalada

It would be much more logical to visit the Black Forest first before heading to Strasbourg. Zürich - Waldshut-Tiengen - B500 - Baden-Baden. Just get yourself a good map which has the scenic routes in the Black Forest marked.

E.g. along this route
Imperial Abbey of St Blaise
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sankt_Blasien_Abbey_in_the_Black_Forest

Travel Tips for Baden-Baden

Local entertainment

by nhcram

The pedestrianised area of the town is an enchanting array of little streets and beautiful shops. The windows are done up to encourage you to go in. Mind you a lot of the things do not have prices of their goods displayed which probably means the ordinary tourist cannot afford what is on offer. No harm in looking though! When we visited in June there were a few street entertainers in the town.

Spots list

by mauro_pd

Just a quick list of nice spots:
Leopoldsplatz is the heart of everything (and the fountain is not so bad)
Caracalla Therme (www.caracalla.de), open in 1985 with its hot water bath
Kolonnaden, Kurhaus, the social focal point of BB ... a little bit snob let me say ... anyhow nobody can complain if you look it from outside in your shorts :-)

Baden-Baden Theatre

by Ujamaflip

Baden-Baden Stadt Theatre was built between 1860 and 1862, in the late baroque style of the Paris Opera House, and the interior is no less impressive than the exterior. A permanent ensemble cast is in residence at the Theatre,

Skip it next time!

by cmccmc

"Baden-Baden"

We stayed here one night - and that was fine. Baden-Baden is more a relaxation, rejuvination, pamper-yourself kind of place. That's not what we were really looking for. There is a pedestrian walkway (Lichtentaler Allee) so you can strut your stuff, and that almost bored me to tears. There were some mildly interesting sights, rose garden, fountains, etc.. but this stop was disappointing after seeing the sights in Munich, Rothenburg, and other parts of Bavaria. Skip Baden-Baden unless you are interested in the spas.

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