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We stayed in a 1 bedroom apartment from 6th May to 13th May as a family of 4 including 2 children. The village is quaint and the apartment has very good view of the snow clad mountains. There is a basement car parking. The kitchen...More
It left us speechless...a frequent/hourly shuttle from Aigle to Leysin and back , cogwheel train experience is unforgettable. .The property is wonderfully comfortable and splendid. Its well maintained . The view from our accommodation was very pleasing and wonderful .The kitchen, washrooms ,lobby , balcony,...More
Leysin is such a quaint small village. The hotel is nice, outdated decoration but the rooms provide everything you need. The views from the balcony were certainly speechless. The check in was handled in a friendly way. The hotel had free parking, which was a...More
Stayed here for one night with friends (also members) of a Christian youth organization. A conference was happening for us but the original hotel got booked out and we were left to search for our own accommodation. Although a bit apprehensive about the location, we...More
We spent a week here in January and really enjoyed our stay. The room was well equipped and spacious. The views from the balcony were quite nice. I would stay again if I return to the area. The underground parking was nice and keeps you...More
US$ 80 - US$ 132 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It depends which airport and how much luggage. From Geneva or Lausanne, it is certainly possible to travel by train to Aigle, then get the cog tram to Leysin. The train station in Leysin is not far from the Castel Club, and... More
It depends which airport and how much luggage. From Geneva or Lausanne, it is certainly possible to travel by train to Aigle, then get the cog tram to Leysin. The train station in Leysin is not far from the Castel Club, and it is definitely within walking distance.
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"Go for the front facing rooms on the higher floors"