How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Ambassador Hotel Brig
Travel Blogs from Brig
... here to there and had us laughing hysterically as we tried to pronounce all the places, with Thibaut finally reaching for the most typical of typical Swissgerman words "Chüchichastli" - a guttural tongue twister- just to round out the silliness. The girls revelled in the rocks, climbing all over them. I was simply amazed at the fact that there could and was a 1/2 marathon challenge on this very very uneven terrain and difficult site - but so it ...
... with concrete tower blocks, large junctions & roundabouts – the cause of my hairiest moment on the bike in Switzerland. I underestimated the size of my front right pannier on a hot day (as it contained more clothes than usual) resulting in it colliding with the inside barrier as I was squeezed over by a van on the entrance to a roundabout. Fortunately, because it was an abrasive collision rather than head-on ...
... worked out so we could experience Lake Brienz via boat.
We're having leftovers tonight and then we'll pack up as tomorrow we say goodbye to Switzerland and head to Normandy, France. We found Switzerland to be very expensive so we packed lunches and cooked dinner every night.
Ethan chose to not bring a stuffed animal on our trip. He found the cutest, softest, fluffiest sheep yesterday and named it Schilthorn, in honor of the ...
... rushes through the smoothed caverns and pools carved in the rock forming the most awe-inspiring waterfalls we’ve seen. And they keep going, up and up and up. You can take an elevator up the first half but as Kyle said “what’s the fun in that?”. They say there are 10 falls, with names like “Corkscrew Fall”, but it is all really one fall created by the drainage of glacial melt. The water is the purest clear blue we’ve ever ...
... we were sitting in was about to be left behind as it was breaking down. I want to ask what did we do to deserve today, but I'm saving that for when we arrive in Brig because I know something is going to go wrong. When we finally got into Geneva, we rushed to the nearest Maccas to get wifi and check one simple thing in the five minutes we had, is either Geneva or Brig train stations open twenty four hours or not. I'll give you one guess as to whether or not we found the information. ...