Holiday Inn Bern-Westside
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Bern-Westside
We liked it and it was only 8 miles by train to Bern.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Bern-Westside
Travel Blogs from Bern
... then it was almost another 2 to get back to Murten, so if we had taken the next train we wouldn't have been back in time to meet Fabian after work, so we had to skip exploring Montreux, but we were very pleased we went on the Golden Pass line. This train line went up into the mountains, past all sorts of cute little Swiss towns (including Gstaad - a famous ski town) perched on the hillside, and there were some stunning views to be seen all round. It was even better because ...
... had a beer. Haley and Arron met up with us here and Tino was kind enough to treat all of us to our drinks. We walked to the parliament building which was open to the public as a special treat for the holiday. We didn't end up making it in time to visit the inside of the building, but the views from out front were wonderful to see anyway. Tino left us to prepare for the barbecue we were having for dinner and the five of us wandered around the city for a bit before getting some groceries ...
... Neunburg, in the canton (state of Vaud) where everyone speaks French. I have always loved going to Cudrefin as a child. Firstly it's the experience of sleeping in a camper home thing, then having the lake right in front of you, the forests and parks makes it a dream land for kids. There is always some place new to explore. Even though it is inhabited by people over the age of 65 I am still able to find it not so boring but amazing place to slow down and enjoy the quite. ...
... the weather was still nice at that altitude. We did, and I can say with absolute certainty that it was an excellent decision.
In Murren, Bill was tempted by a certain strange Swiss vending machine beverage, and from there we hiked down to the absolutely enchanting village of Gimmelwald (population 120), where we had a beer at the pub, and continued the trail down to Schetelberg. These trails were filled with breathtaking views and multiple ...
... actually had a full kitchen - be it a share kitchen or not, it meant good food. We also got a shock as we heard some dynamite blasts that evening. It rattled the buildings, but didn’t seem to perturb the locals - we just assumed they were blasting yet another tunnel into some mountain side.
The shared kitchen was immaculate - there were plenty of separate kitchen areas with stove and sink and work area, and semi-private dining tables ...