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Armin Hartmann is the innkeeper for the Schuetzen. Armin has two buildings to offer guests lodging. The newer section is usually rented to temporary residents. However, the main house where the restaurant is situated is for those passing through town. We have been staying here...More
Before you book, read the FINE PRINT. Out of scores of hotels booked in Europe this is the first one that charged me for a cancellation 5 days before the scheduled arrival date.
My wife had suffered a burst appendix and was rushed to hospital...More
If you are not German, look for another place!!!!!! The hotel is ok, but they prefer German people. I was there with my family and I feel like a second class people. It was a pity because the place is very nice.
A really nice and lovely area of Germany to visit but the hotel staff were very rude with us. Breakfast was ok but that did not offset the abovementioned. Next time we visit the area we will look for another hotel instead of this one
Unfriendly staff for non german guests. English no spoken. Rooms are quite noisy. There are lots of nicer accommodations in the area so I wouldn't choose that place again. The only positive remark is the location.
I am not the owner of the business, but stay there frequently. It is not a huge place, but they do have very nice accommodations. We have paid for two of us $88 US per night. The owner is Armin Hartmann. You can look it... More
I am not the owner of the business, but stay there frequently. It is not a huge place, but they do have very nice accommodations. We have paid for two of us $88 US per night. The owner is Armin Hartmann. You can look it up on the Internet and use Google to translate the contact info as Trip Advisor does not allow me to include the links in my answer to you.