How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Schloss Muenchenwiler Münchenwiler
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... our dorm with Professor. We had to take a train to Renens. Not to forget, we had our baggage with us. Each one of us was carrying one bag weighing almost 23 kg and a handbag of almost 13 kg. We somehow managed to transfer all our luggage into the train and sat in the train to Renens. But the train was 4 minute late. And professor was worried and he said “ This is unacceptable , this is totally intolerable. They can’t be late by 4 ...
... we reached the town of Spiez, my favorite village so far. These small villages that dot the coastlines have the Bernese Oberland mountains as a backdrop and amazing azure blue water to top off the view. Gardens are in every corner with glorious roses in many colors. We climbed the stairs of the castle to the top of the tower while I admired the workmanship and detail of every door or paneling in several inlaid pieces of wood. On the way up the ...
... her know that this was country living.
As we peeked in the barn and saw all the cows (Ryen trying desperately to go pet them), we heard a "Gruezi"..hello in swiss german. An holder gentleman, probably in his 70s approached us. He spoke very little English but somehow we managed to get the Christmas tree ...
... has a really small lobby which is kinda weird for a 4 star hotel. Well, that doesn't matter. The lift can only accommodate about 6 people. The hotel has only 1 restaurant and a bar. And the room is somewhat the size of a room in a 3-room HDB flat. There were no air-condition, fans and worst of all, no toilet lights!! We literally have to bathe in the dark!!
But nevertheless, the cool temperature is enough to make you shiver, so that explains the lack of ...
... went together so well. A hearty meal of pork chops, potatoes (kinda between baked and fried that was AMAZING) and cheese…mmmm. And that was pretty much our day, had a train to catch later that night and everything was really too expensive to do much else so it was a lot of window shopping.
Et voila, Bern where the sights are picturesque and the locals know how to run a museum but beware your wallet and make sure you have money to spend! ...