Beausite Park Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Beausite Park Hotel Wengen
A fantasic, friendly, family-run hotel. Comfortable rooms - many with stunning views, good food and an excellent indoor pool. Conveniently located for the cable car and train.
We just spend a few days in Wengen at the Beausite Park. We loved the quality of the service, the food, the rooms and the pool. The location and the snow in April added to the romatic atmosphere. I would recommend anyone to go there. The staff were friendly and tried to meet all our needs. My 14 year old daughter loved it as much as we did.
Outstanding In Every Respect
Our family spent a week at the Park Hotel (The Beausite is part of the hotel but next door). The views are breathtaking, the rooms were very well furnished, large, warm and comfortable. The standard of the housekeeping surpasses any five star hotel we have ever stayed in. The restaurant was efficient, the 5 course meals excellent and the variety was good. The service was top notch. The hotel indoor pool facilities were brilliant and the sauna/steambath a treat. This is an excellent hotel and we will definitely return.
(PS. The snow was superb - great skiing (for all standards)and fantastic tobogganing)
Exceptional value for money in the summer
This was our fifth time of staying in Wengen and the fourth time at the Beausite Park Hotel. The hotel is absolutely lovely with stunning views that would be difficult to match anywhere in the world (subject to weather).
The hotel is wonderful even if the weather isn't good due to the excellent food and very pleasant pool and spa. Nothing is too much trouble for the staff in the restaurant and should your child not be tempted by the incredible and varied menu, the chefs are always willing to come up with something that is sure to go down well.
There is a steep walk from the centre to the hotel but don't be put off, it is well worth the effort.
Consider having a Jungfrau Region Pass which gives easy access to the spectacular mountains surrounding Wengen.
Although the hotel is a 5 minute walk out of the town it is a nice walk. The dining room is split into 2 with one side being more intimate than the other due to the smaller size - the food was excellent and on at least a couple of nights a week there are buffet specials (cold meats & deserts). Service was friendly and the wine reasonably priced.
The bar was funky but lacked a little atmosphere on the basis there were a maximum of 5 people in it! - although this was more of a reflection of the time of year rather than the quality of the hotel.
Swimming pool and wet areas all very clean.
We had a junior suite which was lovely - all newly furnished and lovely views (when the clouds lifted!)
Only slight reservation was the unusual "museam" smell in the hallways.
Owners very friendly and Mrs Leemann even likes to say goodbye to the guests! She could not have been more attentive and friendly.
Great Hotel, Great View
Have stayed at this hotel on 2 occasions, both times were great. The hotel rooms have been upgraded and the room was now 'up to date'. The views are to die for, right across the village and on up the valley. Very relaxing to sit on the balcony and watch the cable car.
Food is excellent and varied, catering for all tastes. The buffet was good and plenty of variety.
A quiet location as the hotel is situated about a 10 minute walk from the centre of Wengen. An electric 'car' meets you off the train and goes to the station to pick up and deliver your luggage. We checked our bags in at Heathrow and didn't see them again until they arrived in the hotel room.
The staff are very helpful and made our teenage son very welcome. A great hotel for families. Spa & swimming pool excellent with wonderful views. It is large so never feels crowded but the water was a little cool, good for the serious swimmer! This is a family hotel so children do use the pool but that's not a problem.
Will be returning next year.
Not worth it at all!
We stayed at the hotel in december 2003. The ratio price to quality is very low. Rooms are OK if you pay more but in any case the hotel is very noisy and the swimming pool full of children (in the brochure is clearly stated that children are not permitted to use the spa). The food at the restaurant is not something to write home about it...!
Had a very special honeymoon here in Sept 2001. Very comfortable room with all facilities provided. including champagne on our arrival. the food was excellent, with good varied choice. Best of all was the indoor pool and health suite which would rival many expensive health spas but free for all guests. All the staff spoke perfect english were helpful polite and very friendly. Would thoroughly recommend this hotel, even if just for the amazing view out of the dining room at sunset...
4 star with 5 star care
Great personal care , well appointed rooms comfortable beds. Food excellent . Lovely view from all rooms. Have been a return guest many times. Will be going again this year.
This hotel is great. Sitting slightly above the town of Wengen (approx 10 min walk from station). All rooms with views over the village and towards Murren.
The food is excellent, and breakfast is very varied catering for all types of needs.
Very clean and nice pool with sauna, steam room, showers and Jacuzzi.
All staff, particularly the owners are very friendly and speak good English.
One warning.... If you dont want to eat in the hotel restaurant, there are very little others places to eat as most are within hotels. A small, but very very nice place is Da Sina's which is good priced, great atmosphere and excellent food.
Overall, possibly the best hotel in the region.
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