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Reviewed 15 December 2015 via mobile

Spent 5 very comfortable nights at tjis hotel. Large rooms - ours was room 44 and had a seperate dressing / wardrobe room , large bathroom with under floor heating nice sofa and table area large flat screen tv and a small funished terrace but sadly no fridge / mini bar. Breakfast was good a selection of cereals,fruit juices, fruits, yogurts, cold meats, cheeses, breads and boiled eggs good coffee and very pleasant staff. Only 10 mins walk from town centre and on direct bus route to Leopold platz. Great value for money and next to Fespeilhaus.

Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
Thank threemusketeers68
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Reviewed 9 October 2015 via mobile

Location is easy to reach from the airport, there is a bus stop opposite as well as a netto for food/drink etc.

Staff were helpful and nice. Rooms clean and of a fairly high quality for a 3*.

10min walk into town centre.

Would absolutely stay here again.

Only criticism - Wifi wasnt available in all rooms.

Stayed: September 2015, travelled with friends
Thank BabyBop35
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Reviewed 26 August 2015

This was one of the best rooms we had on a recent trip to France and Germany. The Schweizer Hof appears to be a beautifully restored building with comfortable and modern rooms. It is right next to the opera house and about a 10 minute walk to the old central part of Baden-Baden.

Our room was quite large and well-equipped and very reasonably priced. It had a king size bed (two singles together actually), plus desk, couch, armoire, mini-bar, reading chair and night tables, with plenty of floor space left over. The entire outer wall was a series of windows which, instead of being double-paned, were actually two sets of windows, one behind the other. In other words, to open the windows one had to first open the inner one and then the outer one. It's not difficult, it preserved the original windows and provided plenty of sound insulation from the street.

The bathroom was also large, with two sinks, toilet and shower. The shower is a little odd since it opens at the corner of two glass walls instead of on the side. We also found the bathroom lights confusing to turn off as they seemed to require some combination of switches to get them all off at the same time. None of this was a problem, just a little idiosyncratic. I should add that the plastic cups for water in the bathroom were of unusually high quality, not the usual flimsy ones.

We had breakfast at the hotel - it was good but not with a lot of choices. It was heavy on cheeses and great local bread, but not a lot else.

The hotel makes discounted parking available at an underground garage a few hundred meters away, under the opera house. We had trouble figuring out how to work the payment machine and the hotel staff were very helpful in calling the garage attendant to give us a hand. In fact I can't say enough about the staff, both evening and morning. They spoke excellent English and went out of their way to answer every question we had.

The only negative item I can add to this review is that the elevator is not quite on the ground floor, so we had to lug our bags up about a half dozen steps before we could get them into the elevator. Slightly irritating (or maybe our luggage was just too heavy) but hardly a major complaint.

If I were going back to Baden-Baden, I'd stay at the Schweizer Hof again.

Room Tip: We were at the front, facing the street, yet it was very quiet.
  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank mrancer
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Reviewed 11 August 2015

We arrived in Baden-Baden without a reservation, and were able to get a room here very easily. They put us in room 8, which is on the main floor, but the furthest you can get from the reception. However, we were delighted to discover that it also has a private outside entrance from the garden, complete with garden furniture! We really enjoyed it, and by using that outside entrance the next day, it shortened the route with our big suitcase by quite a bit.

The staff was very friendly and went out of their way to ensure our comfort and enjoyment. Wifi back in our room was not great, but there is another small courtyard where it works very well... the dining room too.

Room Tip: Room 8 is on the garden and has private outdoor space to enjoy.
  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank jdselby
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Reviewed 18 June 2015

We only had one night here, as planned, after a long day of travel. The hotel desk staff were nice, got us to the room quickly and answered our questions. They led us to a great restaurant (Porterhouse Grill) for dinner where my husband had the best steak he'd had in Europe! The room was big for Europe standards, clean, nice and the bathroom small but lovely. There was no air-conditioning. However, the big picture window opened at the top so we got air flow. Breakfast was very good with lots of options. Great stay for one night.

  • Stayed: May 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank RetireeC0uple
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