Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
5.0 Room comfort
5.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Bill from Buckinghamshire, UK
Truly Bavarian Hotel with an International TwistPosted Aug 27, 2012
Pros: Wonderful local food, excellent local walks, friendly staff
Cons: Bavaria seems to be one of Germany's more expensive areas
Location: Excellent for mountain walking in the summer and ski sports in the winter
Hotel Gabrielle combines true Bavarian hospitality with a slightly more international twist to the already excellent Bavarian food following the return of the talented son who has been studying as a chef abroad. The rooms are large with long wooden balcomies or terraces. Without any sense of irony the staff all wear traditional local clothes as do many in the village and there is live unobstusive Bavarian music outside many evenings, including alpine horns and a small ompha band of very talented local youngsters. The professional but friendly manner of the staff infects the guests who all wish eachother good morning at breakfast, which is an excellent cold buffet with local cheeses, meats, jams and cereals. 20 metres from the hotel is the network of walking paths which criss cross the mountains, well sign posted and of all shades of difficulty. We walked up the Hochgern on our first day to discover we'd walked the equivalernt of Snowdon, but with three Inns on the way, it seemed less. On the mountain we were passed by a cyclist with two dogs and a pet pig, called Emma. Buy a Wanderkarte (map) from the Rathaus to help you plan your walking. The hotel lends bikes to help you access all the walks. By car within an hour is Saltzburg, Berchtesgarten, two hours to the amazing GrossGlockner alpine road, with beautiful vilages closer to hand. In the village the famous Apline Gliding School offers joyrides, a one hour motor glider flight through the mountains is awesomwe.
for Everyoneby Dolie from Wiesbaden, Germany
Special Getaway!Posted May 29, 2012
Cons: hotel is terrific- town a little dull
Location: Perfect jump spot for day trips to Berchtesgaden or Salzburg or Cheimsee. Would be perfect to spend entire time there going on hikes and bike trips!
Arrived late and they waited up for us. The hotel had a very personal feel to it. Every morning we were greeted by friendly staff and offered eggs in addition to the lovely fresh breakfast. My only regret was not eating dinner there (we were site seeing too often). The food smelled delicious and you can tell that the chefs are progressive and creative. The restaurant appeared packed each night. I would definitely go back to stay.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby A verified traveler
Extremely wonderful hotelPosted May 26, 2012 on Hotels.com
Good location, great views, lots of space, most comfortable bed, nicest staff, great breakfast. I didn't want to leave.
for Everyoneby retired from Omaha, NE, USA
OmahaPosted May 17, 2012
Lovely small hotel tucked away in a quiet neigborhood with view of the alps. Near Chiemsee, Kind Ludwig's Versailles-like castle on an island. Food was incredible. The winerschnitzel and roasted potatoes were the best we've ever had. Staff was kind and helpful. It was fun to just walk the neighborhood and look at the houses.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Philadelphia, Pa
Lovely location and friendly servicePosted Sep 28, 2011
This Gasthaus is located in a truly lovely Bravarian town with great views of the surrounding mountians at the edge of a village of pristine houses. The service was superb and we felt like they treated us like family. It is a great place from which to lauch trips of discovery into the surrounding mountian valleys with their idlylic villages and towering mountains. The food and the presentation was great as were the waiters who dressed in traditional clothing. I wish I could have spent more days there.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from San Antonio, TX
Good hotel, good locationPosted Jul 3, 2011
A comfortable hotel in an excellent location.
Recommendedby Bill from Buckinghamshire, UK
This hotel is a gemPosted Nov 2, 2009
This is my fourth stay at this hotel, it is a wonderful, friendly, clean place with beautiful rooms and equally beautiful surrounds. The food is simply magnificent, and within moments of leaving the hotel you are on alpine paths. Being a family hotel the atmosphere is very friendly, and nothing is too much trouble, from organising bikes to collecting you from Ubersee station. We will be returning again next year as a base for our holiday at the airfield and walking in the hills.