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The hotel is old (a historic landmark) and funky. It is sort of a cross between a youth hostel and a quaint hotel. Breakfast is served in the bar area and is basic but adequate: better than what your mother would lay out for you...More
The hotel is situated beautifully near a bridge that overlooks the river and town. The bus stop is nearby to get into town easily. My husband and I were welcomed by the owners who very warm and friendly. The room was clean and cozy and...More
I think it should have been expected as a partly backpackers hotel. I did get my peronal bathroom and toilets which was part of my booking. No bar fridge in the room but there is a common fridge in a kitchen on the first floor...More
We have spent 6 weeks travelling Europe and of the 20+ places we stayed this was our favourite! Heritage house with traditional character. We had a private double room with shared bathroom. Room was huge and freshly decorated with comfortable bedding and large windows. Staff...More
We stayed in a family room for 4 persons; it was warm, clean and cosy. The hotel is close to the city center, and the environment is really beautiful. Staff is really friendly and charming, as is the breakfast room. The breakfast was really nice...More
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US$151 - US$247 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Actually, it's not a bus; it's a tram--what we used to call a trolley or trolley-bus in the U.S. (I. e. , powered by overhead electric lines not by diesel fuel). They're painted red and the one to the Barengraben is #12... More
Actually, it's not a bus; it's a tram--what we used to call a trolley or trolley-bus in the U.S. (I. e. , powered by overhead electric lines not by diesel fuel). They're painted red and the one to the Barengraben is #12. You can catch it right outside the train station. Look for the one labeled "Zentrum Paul Klee" --the end of the line. If it says "Langasse" it's headed the other way, but it will get you there eventually (if you stay on) and you'll get to see a bit more of the city, including the university district.
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The hotel does not have their own car park. However, there is street parking available opposite and beside the hotel. There are 2 types of street parking. The first types are marked with white lines and are metered parking... More
The hotel does not have their own car park. However, there is street parking available opposite and beside the hotel. There are 2 types of street parking. The first types are marked with white lines and are metered parking. From memory you need to top up the meter every 4 hours. Opposite the hotel there is a section marked out in blue lines. This area is restricted for 24 hour parking - a permit costs EUR16-00 per day. Patrick, the hotel manager will provide the permit for you. Bern is easy to walk around. We left our car parked in the blue area and just walked everywhere.