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We booked this hotel as part of a skiing package trip. We stayed at Haus Stocker and were dropped off there by a friendly staff member. We booked a double room but got a suite which was very nice and had a beautiful lake view....More
We stayed here for one night at house Seether (they have 3 buildings). The view from house Seether was spectacular!! I had booked this trip for a birthday celebration and the view is really spectacular.
We booked two rooms. One of the rooms the heater...More
Great hotel to spend the night at hallstatt, the view is unbeatable, can get quite noisy during touristy season.. but otherwise a very serene surrounding to enjoy the hallstatt sea...oh yes, they have a shuttle service to pick you up from the bus drop off,...More
We stayed here in December. We had a suite with a view of the cathedral and the view was stunning. The room was large and clean. The service was excellent. Hallstatt is small and this hotel was right in the center. We also ate at...More
We stayed here in December, peak time and the hotel was extremely busy.
We still however can't complain about the service as the staff were great.
The room had a fairly large living, the bathroom was basic but still functional.
We were very lucky to...More
Yes, there is air conditioning. We were there in September and were very comfortable in our room. Mind you most air conditioning in Europe does not turn your room into a meat locker as in the US. It turns off when you... More
Yes, there is air conditioning. We were there in September and were very comfortable in our room. Mind you most air conditioning in Europe does not turn your room into a meat locker as in the US. It turns off when you leave the room. You must insert your key card into a slot to activate the electric in your room upon entry and remove it on leaving, saving energy.