Bio Thermen Hotel

Address: Wagerberg 119, Bad Waltersdorf, Styria, 8271, Austria | 4 star b&b
 
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Location

This 4 star B&B, located on Wagerberg 119, Bad Waltersdorf, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Bio Thermen Hotel Bad Waltersdorf

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Bad Waltersdorf

Graz

A travel blog entry by kelesept on Aug 17, 2014

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... us being weird). We also put one on for lees oma & grandad. The hotel room was massive!! It has 2 double beds, a single bed and a large desk in the room and there is still room to have a party! We're about 10 mins walk into town past about 20 shoe shops. Austrians must like a good shoe?! Italia bound tomorrow and fingers crossed the weather will stay sunny ...

Meet the parents

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Aug 03, 2014

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... kept asking about how we would review the accommodation on Tripadvisor - so, we have left our review there. Five stars, and a "Highly recommend" - though if the plum juice stain doesn't come out of my best T-shirt, we might downgrade to four stars!

P.P.S. With the exception of the first picture, the photos of Graz included in this blog entry are from our first visit together in April 2010!
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Austrian Grand Prix

A travel blog entry by bibi64 on Jun 21, 2014

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... year, with all the big names racing including Australia's Daniel Ricciardo, who is currently placed 3rd after all the warm up runs. Managed to squeeze in a visit to the city centre, taking in yes another high viewpoint, this time a small hill of approx 1800 m above sea level, so well below our holiday average! To get 3/4 to the top, we took this amazing lift which ...

Schloss at Graz

A travel blog entry by gandablog on May 31, 2014

... book had a wide range of hymns from Johann Sebastion and before, right up to the 1990's. We skipped queueing up for the bread but I did say a little prayer for the rain to stop. It was only drizzling when we came out so I am not sure if that counts. The climb up involved some serious stairs but it was well worth the views. The fortifications were destroyed by Napoleon in 180X, ...

Graz

A travel blog entry by gandablog on May 27, 2014

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Graz
The town has a central old quarter
which is remarkably preserved. The Holy Roman Emperor had a
residence here at one stage so the cathedral and many palaces of the
officials are suitable magnificent. This area, protected by the
overlooking schloss, survive the 2nd ww bombing but large
swathes of the surrounding residential area were destroyed.
The tourist office runs a walking tour
around the old city which worked really well for us as it ...