No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Schloss-Hotel Swiss-Chalet
TripAdvisor Reviews Schloss-Hotel Swiss-Chalet Merlischachen
Travel Blogs from Merlischachen
... and tourist town and is quite pretty. The university has a long and distinguished history apparently with Martin Luther giving a speech which started the Protestant church and Einstein presented his e=mc2 theory. Whilst this part of Germany is very nice I still prefer the Netherlands. The coach trip to Luzern was quite long in the arvo and thankfully we were in air conditioned comfort as the temperatures outside got up to 38, not usual for this ...
... little plants that I couldn't figure out if they were cactus, gourds, or edible things. Roses, in nosegay arrangements, or just plain long stemmed roses. It was about an hour and a half ride to Basel. The ship is docked 15 minutes from the center of old town. We were welcomed with a "light" lunch (I will hate to see a normal lunch if that was light). Judy and I went ...
... been easier. It is located smack dab in the center of town and our hotel was only a short five minute walk away. As we exited the train station, I'm pretty sure that my jaw dropped. What was immediately in front of us was this massive lake, traditional Swiss houses completely surrounding it, and stretching as far back and up as you could see. It is one of those moments where your eyes keep scanning ...
... m OK with that! The first part of the walk was relatively good (for a bunch of non-athletes), but second part nearly killed me!
Let me explain... when G and his bother Carlo were planning this outing, they found out that the funicular that usually goes straight up to the top of the Rigi was out of service. No problem! We could still get there if we walked for about 40 minutes to a different train stop. A 40 minute ...
... of rain turned into heavy blankets. I was completely soaked to the bone by the time I reached my dorm.
I hung my clothes and went down to the bar for a beer and to eat my falafel. The first thing I did was spill the yogurt sauce all over my last clean shirt. That, combined with the rain, finally put me out of sorts so I finished eating and didn't stay to chat with folks. I washed all my clothes and went to ...