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?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Claudius Szombathely
Travel Blogs from Szombathely
... that specialises in ceramics. The town Stoob is known for its ceramics, hence the ceramic structures throughout the town, including bus shelters made out of ceramic tiles that students from the school had made - it looks really effective! We walked to the next town, Oberpullendorf, where Besim lives. A great little man pad he has there, right next to a 50m swimming pool. Arber and ...
... driving, we had to stop off and get some lunch - veiner schnitzel. OMG. Was amazing! Stopped off at a duper market to get the essentials, beer, Malibu, snacks and laundry detergent, Arrived at Arber's house, had a drink, ate some snacks, put mum and dad to bed, then Arber, Besim and I hit the town and visited a cute little cocktail bar. AMAZING!!! I had a mojito and piña colada. We also had cherry flavoured ...
A very sad day. Saying goodbye to everyone was a lot harder than I thought it would be. Not sure why I thought it would be in any way easy. I knew what it was like the first time I had to say goodbye two years ago. This family is so emotional, close-knit and support each other. It really hit home to me what "family" and close communities should be about. Dad and Baci Adam had a ...
... The hallway floors are winding and never level. The buildings are curvy and built into the hillside. The interior is largely tiled with vivid colours and odd shaped tile. Initially it is quite overwhelming but as we have gotten used to it, it is quite attractive.
Everyone wanders around in a bathrobe and bathing suit ( and some, without the bathing suit). There are beds draped with diaphonous curtains, like ones on the beach in ...
... few games... not very easy without the bumpers but I managed to knock a few pins down!
Oberpullendorf is situated on top of a large hill and down the (very steep) road was Unterpullendorf! There were a few nice restaurants but even on a Saturday night it was like a ghost town! We ate at a very nice restaurant called Schmeydes which served a range of food from Pizza to Duck!
Our next stop is Hartberg which is rumoured to be a very nice hotel! Looking forward to ...