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Reviewed 10 October 2015 via mobile

the hotel is an old building in the centre of teh town . so is romantic and classic but not really good if you want easy andefficent stay. not early morning check out or breakfast. no easy parking.

so nothing really wrong , breakfast is also wide and good and people are very nice.

Stayed: October 2015, travelled on business
Thank claudio f
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Reviewed 19 September 2014

I stayed here with a number of colleagues on business and to summarise, it isn't great.
Firstly, the hotel has no parking so we parked in a nearby multi - storey overnight which cost 3.50 Euros. One point to note if you are driving - the town is a nightmare to navigate with a car.
The hotel is very traditionally German styled (like most of the town) and does look very quaint from the outside. The reception area is also quite pleasant however I stayed in a single room which was about as unique and charming as a shop stockroom (that was what I thought the room once was). The room was very light with a very glossy, battered wooden floor with a single bed and a chair and table scattered round the edges, Not cosy in he slightest.
On the positive side however, the restaurant is very good with a wide range of choice on the menu. We all commented how good the food was.
One annoyance however, when we finished our meals the waitress delivered to us each a glass of Baileys, which we didn't ask for and we assumed was complimentary, however I didn't realise until after I got home and saw the breakdown of my receipt that my drink had been added to the invoice! Not impressed.
According to the website this is supposedly a three and a half star hotel which staggers me, I would have said this is at best a borderline three star. The fact that according to Trip Advisor this is the no.1 ranked hotel in Bad Urach shows the town is in desparate need of a decent chain hotel nearby with its own parking, I'm sure the business travellers at least will appreciate it!

  • Stayed: September 2014, travelled on business
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Thank Duststorm
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Reviewed 22 June 2013

This is not a top hotel but it is clean and service is friendly. Location is fine in the Swabian hills, close to many natural places to be discovered. Restaurant is basic but rather cheap. Breakfast is OK.

Room Tip: Rooms on the back avoid the main road traffic
  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled on business
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Thank Garzagul
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Reviewed 29 October 2012

Introduced to the receptionist by the headmaster of the commercial school that was renamed after my grand father, Georg Goldstein. She and her cousin were former pupils there. Pleasantly surprised to find a lift In an old building so that taking luggage up to our rooms was easy. The restraunt was cosy with tables in separate areas so that in gave a feeling of intimacy. Good choice of local food and I especially liked the plum dessert.
The rooms had old style furniture including a useful desk and wardrobe. Glad for the house phone to contact by brother, cousin and nephew who all had separate rooms. The only disturbance was when drunks yelled at 5am in the street outside. Not the Hotel's fault.
The buffet breakfast was sumptious with a range of bread and rolls, cooked food and fruit salad etc. Nothing was lacking and the waitress was keen to practice her English on us.

Room Tip: Ask for the first floor, because they are slightly larger.
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Peter S
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Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile
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Stayed: June 2018, travelled with friends
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