Hotel Rigi Kaltbad
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rigi Kaltbad
Travel Blogs from Rigi Kaltbad
... once they got us off the motorway and through some small roads and back onto the motorway there was no way we were going to the Black forest. We had spent too long in the traffic jam so it was just onto the motorway and drove to Lucerne where we were to stay the next couple of night. We arrived and were given dinner by 10pm. A long hot cramped day. Not exactly as planned but hey that's the way it goes and it was something nothing could be done about.
... Miro, and Monet.
Dined at Opus restaurant overlooking the Reuss River in Old Town. A beautiful setting and lovely meal in spite of major weather! We experienced thunder, lightning, and torrential rain while staying dry under the awning. Luckily the storm subsided by the time we finished our meal.
Pleasant stay in the picturesque Swiss town.
... Gma decide to board the train early along the path and my Gpa and I decide to keep walking. Two hours later, we are running towards a little train stop, before the train takes off and we are stuck..again. We ended up walking for almost 4 hours and finally caught up to the train. I basically jump on all hot, sweaty and red in the face, and end up falling asleep right there in the chair. I wake up at the end of the line.
... water pouring own the side of the mountain – perfect spot for lunch!! So our time is Switzerland has come to an end, definitely a place we will revisit when we have jobs.
Italia!! The next country on our trip –number 25! We crossed the border into a small village in Italy, and made our way to Verbania by Lake Maggiorie. The immediate change in landscape and culture was so funny, how strange is it that a small ...
... of death, the Swiss shield at its side. Finally, Paul and I ate in a small restaurant that resembled a small cave/subterranean cellar, chowing on German sausage, potatoes, and beer. After a walk back to the hostel, we passed out, ready for our big adventure tomorrow.
OK, my epic train trip will have to wait until the next blog post. Update to come shortly. Thanks for reading, talk to you ...