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Reviewed 12 October 2017

Schwerin is a beautiful city and right in the heart along the lake is this fabulous old hotel. Lots of charm and character. The lobby is small but elegant and they have an old elevator to help get your luggage upstairs (or you can take that stairs).

We asked for quiet and unfortunately that meant a view of their back parking lot. On the flip side, it was super quiet (it was also at the end of the hall). The room is a good size with a four poster bed and elegant writing table in front of the large windows.

The bed was hard and could use an extra mattress support. The taps were rather squeaky which did get annoying when one used the bathroom at night. However these were the only faults we found. Our sleep was super quiet.

We were offered a welcome drink of port wine (nice touch) which we had in their small but elegant bar. The lobby was actually very comfortable to sit and relax.

We decided not to go for breakfast but the dining room looked very nice. Unfortunately their restaurant was closed for the season. Too bad because we heard it was good.

Walking is a key feature here. One could walk to the old town or up to the train station or better yet walk along the treed lined lake across the street. There is a lot going in this historic town, including this hotel.

Room Tip: Quiet means facing the back, street view would have been very nice.
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank DavidTAC
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Reviewed 6 August 2017

We stayed here for one night. The rooms and bathrooms are very nice and spacious and are comfortable. The reception area is homely and the bar and the chimney room are very cosy. The barman concocted an interesting drink - strawberry gin - which was really quite nice. The restaurant is very pretty. If you stay here, you must have breakfast. Such a wide selection of tempting treats are on offer. Dinner was pleasant, but did not reach the expected standard. Parking facilities are available on the premises. The hotel staff made you feel very welcome. Some of the upper class guests, however, seemed to feel a little disturbed by the presence of middle class guests.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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1  Thank Ursula P
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Reviewed 26 March 2017

This is a nice quaint hotel with a nice view overlooking the Pfaffenteich (a man-made pond) in Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. It is about a 5 minute walk from the train station. When booking a 3-night stay, I requested a room with a walk-in shower and a view overlooking the pond and was given it.

The bed was moderately comfortable although the pillows were not really comfortable for my liking. Despite that the window curtains did not close and there was very little street noise, making for reasonably comfortable sleeping. The bathroom was very clean, well-maintained, and had the usual toiletries, which were not replenished daily. There are lots of power outlets around the room. Room lighting is somewhat on the dark side, as least in my room. No lamp lighting at the desk so I moved a floor lamp to the desk.

In my room, the closet safe was not bolted down so that a thief could just carry off with it. There was also an ironing board/iron and a minibar. The internet although free, worked sporadically with both my mobile and laptop, often with slow loading/connecting times – however there is a terminal free to use in the lobby. There is a small bar/lounge area adjacent to the lobby.

The breakfast was average but filling. However, the hotel’s best feature is its restaurant for dinner – excellent dishes and service.

I found the desk staff to be very pleasant and helpful in answering questions and offering helpful suggestions. Would book again if only to enjoy dinner there.

  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled solo
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1  Thank DrHumbug
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Reviewed 10 January 2017

We stayed here to explore the region for further group travel activities. The location of the Hotel near the main station and right opposite of the Pfaffenteich (lake) is great. Our accommodation was spacious with a comfortable bed, nice bathroom and living room, the floor was a bid run down, as was the kitchenette right at the entrance. Also the access to the room, was a bid awkward, as one first would use an elevator to get to the first floor (second in the US) and then had to go downstairs again in another part of the building. With heavy luggage it was not comfortable and nobody offered help. On top a big part of the hallway leading to our room smelled strongly of cigarette smoke. Staff members in the restaurant ware attentive and friendly and the breakfast buffet satisfied our needs with plenty of choices. Bar and reception staff (afternoon/evening) seemed not very motivated, except the lady who checked us out in the morning. Parking was easy with a permit issued for the hotel - cost 5 Euro. WiFi (Wlan) was free, but very slow. So overall highs and lows, which explains my rating as 'average'.

  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled on business
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1  Thank RGerman
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Reviewed 8 January 2017

Schwerin city and the castle is worth a visit. It has a very long history including being a part of DDR after WWII! and up to 1989. Close to the center you'll find Niederllaendischer Hof in an old building dating back to 1901. It's a nice hotel with gated parking. The restaurant is very good, but it's slow food, so don't be in a hurry.

Room Tip: Ask for a room with lake view on 1. or 2. floor.
  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Mogens B
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