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Our last week of a 5 week holiday - and walking in the Dolomites was fantastic - and to wake up each day and come back each afternoon to welcoming staff was wonderful. Also excellent massage staff and spa facilities - spa could have been...More
The hotel was clean and comfortable as one would expect, but my lasting impression is of the kindness and efficiency of the staff. They advised on food and wine, arranged trips, answered questions patiently and were friendly and funny. We asked about rosti, not realising...More
A truly superb hotel. Staff are friendly, welcoming and so helpful.
Everywhere is spotlessly clean.
We paid extra for a junior suite, as did our friends. We had rooms 305 and 306. Both were very large with a separate lounge area. Fantastic view down the...More
This family run hotel is a master class in customer service, nothing is too much trouble and the staff are excellent. We arrived late due to flight problems (we ended up having to take a train from Munich) but we were not rushed in spite...More
We stayed here during a self-arranged walking holiday over the summer. What a fantastic all round experience - staff, room, food, location - everything. Our holiday was delayed due to illness but the Fuchs family did everything to accommodate us. The breakfast buffet, packed lunch...More
Response from Suzanne W | Reviewed this property |
Hi, We stayed on the side that looks towards the town, and NOT the railway side. The railway was not a worry at all but the town and the hills above are really attractive. Cant remember the room number but we were on third... More
Hi, We stayed on the side that looks towards the town, and NOT the railway side. The railway was not a worry at all but the town and the hills above are really attractive. Cant remember the room number but we were on third floor, which I think was the top floor of this hotel. I cant remember which way the sun set, but we often sat out on the balcony in the evening. Make sure you ask for a balcony as not all rooms have them. Hope this helps, it really was a good hotel and wonderful area. Good luck Suzanne
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"Our room was at the front of the hotel facing the town, it was still quiet and the views were beautiful."