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All reviewsno liftbear pitcroissantsassorted breadsnumber busold townfresh breakfasttop floorshared bathlovely balconyview of the riverfirst floorrose gardentrain stationensuite bathroomacross the bridgewould highly recommend this hotel
This place is very well located on the River Aare, close to transport and good access to all the sights. Our small functional room was great value by Bern standards, especially as an excellent breakfast is included (with great coffee).
Albert and Frida are great...More
We has a lovely stay at Hotel Landhaus. The breakfast was simple yet lovely. The croissants were the best we had. The staff is warm and friendly. We sat outside and ate dinner and had drinks in their lovely outdoor patio. The location is very...More
If you want a hotel in Bern with great character, lovely staff, comfortable rooms, and a convenient location, then this is for you. We loved it for our three-night stay, but I can only address the pleasures of Room 304, as I didn't see any...More
Location: Perfect! Only less than 5 minutes tram ride from Bern Bahnhof and old city. Right by the river and beautiful bridge.
Room with art-deco touch and antique furnitures: Great!
Room with a balcony and attached bathroom: Very good
Shared Bath option: Not...More
This hotel is absolutely adorable. They have an all inclusive organic breakfast and a delicious Swiss-French dinner at night. The man who runs the hotel is so accommodating. He was very helpful and takes the best care of all of his guests. You can tell...More
Actually, it's not a bus; it's a tram--what we used to call a trolley or trolley-bus in the U.S. (I. e. , powered by overhead electric lines not by diesel fuel). They're painted red and the one to the Barengraben is #12... More
Actually, it's not a bus; it's a tram--what we used to call a trolley or trolley-bus in the U.S. (I. e. , powered by overhead electric lines not by diesel fuel). They're painted red and the one to the Barengraben is #12. You can catch it right outside the train station. Look for the one labeled "Zentrum Paul Klee" --the end of the line. If it says "Langasse" it's headed the other way, but it will get you there eventually (if you stay on) and you'll get to see a bit more of the city, including the university district.
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The hotel does not have their own car park. However, there is street parking available opposite and beside the hotel. There are 2 types of street parking. The first types are marked with white lines and are metered parking... More
The hotel does not have their own car park. However, there is street parking available opposite and beside the hotel. There are 2 types of street parking. The first types are marked with white lines and are metered parking. From memory you need to top up the meter every 4 hours. Opposite the hotel there is a section marked out in blue lines. This area is restricted for 24 hour parking - a permit costs EUR16-00 per day. Patrick, the hotel manager will provide the permit for you. Bern is easy to walk around. We left our car parked in the blue area and just walked everywhere.