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All reviews first floor mobility problems some tlc the ground floor railway station lovely city sized room reception staff were very friendly buffet breakfast comfortable beds old city church bells yogurt scrambled eggs elevator provision plug
Our trip to this hotel was a return one after a period of twelve years. It is well situated to both the railway station and the Old Town and the staff are friendly and helpful.
There is a buffet breakfast available which is a great...More
Old style hotel which is appropriate for a city that is off the tourist trail. Close enough to train station to walk. The lobby is one flight up without an elevator which requires some lifting. Chur is a lovely city that is nice because the...More
This is the hotel we got moved to. It was ok, but not comfortable. There wasn't even a rug on the floor and it was a cold floor. The room was quite large and had windows on two sides, but the pine furniture was grubby...More
Everything that can go wrong with a hotel room, did go wrong here. The floor made a squeaking noise every time we walked. The bed was too soft and we got a bad back and neck ache from just one night of sleeping. It was...More
This hotel is located on the outskirts of the old town about 10 minutes level walk from the main station. It is not suitable for people with mobility problems as the reception is located up a flight of stairs on the first floor above the...More
Look up "SBB: Switzerland’s biggest station" for their web page (which I can't link here). We also loaded the Android App on our phone (SBB Mobile) and were able to get real-time updates on when the next train was coming... More
Look up "SBB: Switzerland’s biggest station" for their web page (which I can't link here). We also loaded the Android App on our phone (SBB Mobile) and were able to get real-time updates on when the next train was coming into the station. It was very convenient.