Hotel Restaurant Bahnhof

Bahnhofplatz, Lauterbrunnen, 3822, Switzerland
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Forum Posts


by destiny8989

1)If you arrive late in Lauterbrunnen and you don't have a reservation-do they have a policy to accomodate you ?(emergency type of thing...)
2)If you have friends having an accomodation already -can you slip on a matress/foldable bed in their room? is it permitted?

Re: accomodation

by globetrott

1)dont think so
2)NO NO NO !!!!!
Lauterbrunnen has only a few hotels and it makes sense to make a reservation !
When you arrive late, they wait for you !
If you just slip into the room that some friends have rented, they might call the police !

Travel Tips for Lauterbrunnen

Viewing th Valley......

by Maryimelda

If you decide to stay in Lauterbrunnen, please be sure to ask for a hotel room which overlooks the valley. Most hotels do have them as they are all located along the main street. I was so pleased to have this wonderful view from my bedroom window and I don't think I paid any extra for it because I didn't request it.

I can certainly vouch for the fabulous feeling to get up in the morning and look out over this lovely panorama. It is the essence of Lauterbrunnen and what makes it such a special little town.

Lauterbrunnen Information

by Jmill42

Lauterbrunnen lies at 796 meters above sea level, and is the entrance city into the valley of the same name. Its famous calling card is the 300 meter high cascading Staubbach Waterfall.

Lauterbrunnen, the town, has 930 inhabitants, with 9 hotels, 53 apartments, 5 hostels for group accommodation and 2 camping sites. This allows for all budgets to stay in the beauty of this, most spectacular Swiss valley!

Walks from the village

by cjohnson99

Lauterbrunnen to Kleine Sheidegg via Wengen and then on up to Jungfraujoch on a clear day if you have never been before. This is a trip that you must take on a clear day. If you are there for a few days then wait for a clear day or even half a day. The Early Morning special (discounted travel) is worth taking if it is a clear day first thing in the morning and good if you are on a tight budget.
Also from Lauterbrunnen village, take the gentle hike along the valley to Stechelberg (and back) on the route which follows the river, this is completely flat and very enjoyable (particularly on a sunny day). If you are tired when you reach Stechelberg, then catch the bus back - it is all so well organised here you see! Friendliness, cleanliness, clean air, good pastries and coffee (and tea)

childhood dreams never really go away

by MrBill

When I was a kid, we used to have this VW bus that my dad camperised, and we used to drive all over Western Canada in it and go camping.

Then when I was a little older, I read Travels with Charlie by John Steinbeck, and a little later, The Drifters by James Michener.

It has always been kind of a dream of mine to pack all my stuff - bike, skis, kayak, hiking boots, etc. - in a VW bus and spend at least 6-months discovering Europe without any fixed agenda. Just travelling around to places, hanging out, being able to sleep in the van, and then get up in the morning and go hiking or biking or whatever.

I might go to Toulouse and learn some French while exploring the Pyrennes or I might just kick around the Alps for a while. Unfortunately, it is getting the six months off. This could come between jobs and/or on my way back to Canada someday.

My other problem is finding someone who wants to come with me. Adventures are more fun when you have someone to share them with. But, in a VW van, it has to be someone that doesn't complain or get on your nerves too much.

Take A Walk to The Edge of Town

by riorich55

At the edge of town (what I considered the side of town away from the train depot), was a very peaceful little walk along the gently flowing river created by all those wonderful waterfalls falling from the cliffs into the valley below.

In addition the town's church and very scenic cemetary are located here. If you happen to be around the church at the top of the hour stay and listen to the chiming of the bells.

This picture will also give you a look at some of the homes in Lauterbrunnen. It would be interesting to be able to visit with a local resident, see the inside of their homes and swap stories.


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 Hotel Restaurant Bahnhof

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Address: Bahnhofplatz, Lauterbrunnen, 3822, Switzerland