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We stayed here for 2 nights, bookending a week walking tour of the area. Location is fine, just on edge of town. Lady on reception was extremely welcoming, great English which is good for us, and made a great impression. Our first room was 3rd...More
We stayed one night at this lovely hotel - the staff were very friendly, helpful and speak very good English. The rooms are a good size with comfortable beds and a good shower.
The breakfast was excellent
From the hotel it is a very short...More
We were booked into this hotel through our tour company who arranged accommodations for our hiking vacation in this area.
Arrival: If you arrive by train you need to take the short ferry ride across the Elbe to the town. This hotel is in easy...More
Stayed at Albero Toscana and was greeted by Susie and her colleague at the front desk. This is a converted home just a few minutes walk from the ferry stop in Bad Schandau, they ferry is a super convenient and beautiful way to get from...More
The Hotel Albergo Toscana was a great little hotel. The hotel is on the edge of the small town and has free car parking. It is easy and safe to walk into the centre for the various bars and restaurants. This was a very good...More
USD 87 - USD 131 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This was my 3rd trip to the former East Germany, and while I would say in general, the level of English spoken is a little lower than the former West, I did not find it a problem. Most people involved with the tourist... More
This was my 3rd trip to the former East Germany, and while I would say in general, the level of English spoken is a little lower than the former West, I did not find it a problem. Most people involved with the tourist industry - hotels, restaurants, certainly information points have very good knowledge of English. While I have never hiked in a planned way, Germany excels a both maps and directional signs. You certainly could get an insight into what is available (in English) by doing a web search at the various "official" sites - usually the town name followed by (dot) d e - (posting rules would not allow the d and e to be together as they should be.) Look for a US/English flag symbol to get it in English.
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"There is no lift, is that bothers you ask for a first floor room"