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Since this hotel and restaurant are owned by the famous Danish chef Claus Meyer, our expectations were high. Rooms were expensive for such an ordinary level. Poor reception and general service in both the hotel and the hotel.
On the positive side, the breakfast was...More
Had a couple of wonderful days at Hotel Saxkjøbing enjoying great service from the very beginning at the check in, and all along the great meals in the restaurant. The hotel is a pearl in the area. I recommend to take one of the superior...More
Cozy hotel with friendly staff. The decor is old fashion and rather romantic.
Part of the hotel is under reconstruction. We had an offer so our room was one of the old ones. Not the best standard but ok considering the price.
Cozy and clean room. Friendly staff. Wifi is very weak which can be a problem if you're there on business. Creaky floors and old furniture adds to the charm. This is not a staffed hotel with all the conveniences, but more like an upscale B&B....More
This hotel got it's hype via the ownership of immensely popular food-guru Claus Meyer, who is from the Island of Lolland, and decided to take over this abandoned small town hotel and - at least according to the press - turn it into a local...More
US$139 - US$174 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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