Post Hotel Weggis

Address: Seestrasse 8, Weggis, Lucerne, 6353, Switzerland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Seestrasse 8, Weggis, is near Verkehrshaus der Schweiz (Swiss Transport Museum) and Richard Wagner Museum.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsPost Hotel Weggis

        Reviewed by mr_mozam

        Excellent Hotel and Facilities

        Reviewed Jun 12, 2013
        by (58 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

        A little way out of Lucerne but with excellent views and facilities. It would be even better if there was wifi in the rooms and not just the lobby area.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Post Hotel Weggis

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Weggis

        Switzerland - The New Zealand of Europe

        A travel blog entry by on Aug 14, 2013

        1 comment, 45 photos

        ... would be an awesome place to visit and spend some time doing hikes through the mountains and villages - absolutely stunning!! Our train to Jungfrau was scheduled for 3.30pm so after five hours of looking around little towns we were very ready to make the journey. The cable car journey takes you into tunnels to get up the mountain that were built 100 years ago, so it is pretty impressive to go through. There are a few stops along the way for people to jump off and walk through a ...

        Live from Switzerland!!

        A travel blog entry by co423cu on Oct 31, 2012

        ... century kick. The next day we took I guided tour through Tetuan. We walked through an authentic Moroccan market that I can imagine hasn't changed very much over the last few centuries. Just imagine, very narrow streets with every possible overpowering smell and people selling everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, from their little shops, store fronts, and literally right on the ground. We ended up at a very old and ornate restaurant where I got to experience Moroccan ...

        Training it to Zurich

        A travel blog entry by czardas on Apr 26, 2012

        2 comments, 38 photos

        ... time in Zurich but we saw the main area and it was very beautiful. I was expecting Zurich to be a large business city and it wasn't that at all, it had a village feel to it and that was nice. A comment from Andrew - Gill asks me "Why aren't they they speaking in Swedish? And "I can't find meatballs on the menu here" I have to help her out and explain we are in fact in Switzerland. Sweden is actualy north of Germany. This coming from my tour guide. Scary, ...

        On top of Titlis

        A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Feb 13, 2011

        1 comment, 34 photos

        ... and various individuals, it is fortunately a short ride to the next station, where we switch to a round cable car, the famous Titlis Rotair. It is pretty cool if you get to stand next to a window, as we did. The floor rotates as the car travels up or down the cables, so you get a 360 degree view of your pristine surroundings. We could even see the thick ice of the glacier poking out in places from beneath a blanket of snow.

        At the top of Titlis we stopped ...

        Invisible Alps

        A travel blog entry by amanda_escapes on Jun 18, 2010

        1 comment, 32 photos

        ... I think the Swiss spell Lucerne L-U-Z-something.
        Ben: We better check the board.

        It turned out the Swiss spell Lucerne Luzern, So it's lucky we didn't get on that train going to Lausanne! Equally luckily, there was train leaving for Lucerne in 10 minutes, and we managed to get seats even though there were heaps of people standing in the entry bits. Obviously they didn't look very hard. Although looking for seats on those kinds of trains is a pain, because this ...