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Beautifully decorated hotel, a little tired in parts but a beautiful clen room - and good value with our very late booking.
Close to all resaturanst etc - 5-10 minutes walk, yet nice quiet location. Nice frienly staff and nice buffet breakfast.
A very old hotel, where everything was very old: furniture, carpet, bath, everything!!! Breakfast very poor, with few options, and those of questionable quality.
Rooms are noisy, I do hear people from other rooms or residents in neighboring scale.
Although I made a reservation Park...More
Quiet and unpretentious in quite a pretty old building, with clean rooms and serving a very good breakfast in the attached Japanese restaurant (the breakfast room is probably the most characterful thing here, a mix of old wooden beams and delicate screens).
Disappointingly, although advertised...More
This hotel is not the prettiest of hotels. It is pretty basic but is very conveniently located. The front desk staff is very kind and all very pretty. I was amazed at how pretty they were, almost as if one has to be a contestant...More
The good points about the Schonbergerhof are several, the location is right around the corner from the pedestrian zone. The breakfast is better than average and there is safe parking if you request it. The room we had was spacious and the beds were clean...More
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We are staying in this hotel in July and have booked a parking space in their car park. During a conversation with the hotel they asked if we had a small car.. worried now that we might not get the car in ! do you think a Peugeot 3008 will be ok? (with a roof box, so quite tall). I don't really want to have to pay to call Germany again to check! Thanks.
5 May 2016|
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"Ask for a room with a connected balcony if you are traveling with a group of friends."