Seegarten Hotel Marina
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeegarten Hotel Marina Spiez
This hotel is a short bus ride from the station. located on the lake edge the views of the lake and surrounding mountains is fantastic. Our room was large, clean and had a balcony with a couple of chairs.
Meals at the hotel are very good. Its close to the old museum. castle.
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