Ratings based on 54 Verified Reviews
4.2 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by A verified traveler
Great time in Baden-BadenPosted Oct 4, 2016 on Hotels
Very nice hotel close to the spa and a great manager.
by Anthony from Copenhagen
We want to go back!Posted Sep 29, 2015 on Hotels
We want to go back! We will have long time memories of our stay in baden baden. I can not fault the hotel in anyway possible
for Studentsby A verified traveler from uk
very good location to spaPosted Sep 15, 2015
Pros: the best thingis location
Cons: it will be good to have stoppers for bed\'s legs.
Location: hotel isin the center alotof nice caffes and restarants little shops
we had short stay.it was a lot of noise at7am every morning outside. our room 25 was bright and clean but beds were moved during the night with every your own turns.bathroom very small ans shower cadin not comfortable staff were very friendly but not proffesional.
by Caitlin from Seattle
Very basic, a little smokyPosted Aug 25, 2015 on Hotels
Overall an okay experience. The room was very basic, but they did provide a small fan, which I was thankful for. The hotel was an old building, but looked well updated and maintained. The bathroom was quite small, with the shower being a little uncomfortable for my tall husband. We were also frustrated that while we had a non-smoking room, the hallway smelled very strongly of smoke, my husband had to block the crack under our door to prevent smelling it. It's also located on a busy street in the central shopping district of the town, which was convenient for food and shopping, but very loud when we had our windows open. We could also smell smokers who walked by on the street. They also happened to be doing and construction on the building across the street, and it was also trash day, so we were woken up very early by trucks and the noise reached ridiculous levels by 7 or 8 in the morning. But I think we were just unlucky with our timing. The staff was very nice and helpful with all of our questions or requests, but they did have the least amount of English of all the hotels we stayed in.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Close to SpasPosted Jul 30, 2015
Pros: Had a sitting room and bedroom.
Cons: Air circulation in hot months.
Location: Good restaurants, inexpensive and delicious gelato, Caracalla Spa (which we loved), nice hiking paths. It was very relaxing there.
Hotel is across the street from two of the main spas in town. The location can't be beat - it's right in the heart of town. There isn't any air conditioning, and it was hot when we visited, but I'm pretty used to Germany not having AC. There were two portable fans in the room that we used while sleeping. The rate included breakfast, and it was adequate. Includes breads, cheeses, meats, cereals, juices, etc. Would stay again - the price was reasonable.
good location!Posted Jun 28, 2015 on Hotels
Pretty good deal for its price and location. Also breakfast was decent too. Staff was not that friendly, but what do you expect for inexpensive hotel like this?
by Trusha from S Africa
My stay at BischoffPosted May 25, 2015 on Hotels
My 2 night stay was awesome. Small & homely. Lift was good for luggage. Location was excellent. 2 min walk from Caracalla & directly across Friedericks bad. Room rate was competitive. Vouchers for spa & coffee were appreciated. Receptionist was not there evenings but made sure all my needs were taken care of. Internet was a bit broken but she went out of her way to connect me. I would definately staty there again.
by Robert from Orange Beach, Alabama
Heaven in the alps.Posted May 18, 2015 on Hotels
Storybook setting. A wonderland of alpine living. Bedroom views of Europe's highest peaks while below your balcony a pasture of goats, each with their melodic bells, lull you to sleep. Wake up to a great breakfast buffet with everything you could desire. A laid back lodge setting with a lobby full of large comfortable chairs lacks only a roaring fire in the fireplace to replicate a Norman Rockwell cover. Situated one stop toward the pass from Interlaken on the track that will ultimately convert to a cog wheel train and take you high up on the Jungfrau, Wilderswil is the ideal jumping off point. The train station is a 15 minute walk down a paved road. Bring both a movie and a still camera with extra batteries and plenty of memory . You will go from 1,916 feet (elevation) to 11,333 feet on the most spectacular ride I have ever experienced. Plan a snack on the outdoor tables at the train switchover station (Kleine Scheidegg, elevation 6,762) with good desserts made on site. Get the train ticket that brings you down to Grund and back to Wilderswil for a day to remember. If driving, plan a drive around the two lakes and spend few minutes in some of the quaint villages while snapping away. Hotel Berghof is ideally situated for all this and I feel fortunate to have discovered it on my first visit. There will be more!
Posted Oct 21, 2014 on Hotels
by A verified traveler
Hotel BischoffPosted Oct 15, 2014 on Hotels
Nice hotel with great location.(The entrance to Friedrichsbad is across the street.) Parking is 200 m from the hotel, which may be inconvenient for some. Some rooms are little on the small side.