How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Schloss-Hotel Swiss-Chalet Merlischachen
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... still see plenty on the mountain tops. Once we finally arrived in Lucerne we had a sunset boat cruise of the lake, which was just beautiful. We the. Want to the hotel for a bit of rest before heading out for dinner at a place called Flora before an early night. Mum and I are getting sick of hand washing all our clothes, so we are desperate for a laundry. Tomorrow we have a day in Lucerne and hopefully we get to see some ...
... camera and camel back. He balances out the strategic weight and has only tipped backwards with a small child in it once (um…make that twice) – user error…um…that backpack was a little tooooo heavy on the handle side – but so padded is he and supported is the seat that Avaia slept through the whole thing!! (oh..the second time you ask…um, let's just say that on the high heel shoe reward tally, I am ...
... Unfortunately, when we got to the top, visibility was pretty poor! We had tickets to go on the ice flyer but it was really pointless, we rode on it but couldn’t see a thing with all of the fog! We even walked on the suspension bridge but couldn’t enjoy the "thrill-seeking" experience because we couldn’t see past more than a couple of meters down.
We walked down to ‘Glacier Park’ where we were able to do a bit ...
... the most snow I have ever seen (and been 5 times in Australia), the guy at the office said that the tobogganing season hadn't started yet because there wasn't enough snow. I was a little disappointed. Rachel pointed out we still had Germany, Austria and Prague where hopefully we have a chance. When we arrived at the bottom we were off to the Swiss fondue lunch. It started off with a lot of bread and melting cheese over a flame. As soon as it was ready we ...
... to the hostel - ending up with a 10 minute walk. The hostel is another HUGE place with it's own bar (Currently enjoying a "swizzly cider") and much to Sam's delight - free wifi. We have a private room (it would sleep 4) with ensuite and an "šll you can eat" breakfast is included - all this is $200 per night (Australian dollars) and is VERYcheep according to a number of people at the conference - seems a lot to ...