Seegarten Hotel Marina

Address: Schachenstr. 3, Spiez, Bern, CH-3700, Switzerland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Schachenstr. 3, Spiez, is near Zähringen Castle (Schloss Zahringen), Schloss Spiez, Wocherpanorama, and Swiss National Park (Parc Naziunal Svizzer).
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSeegarten Hotel Marina Spiez

      Reviewed by rumbelow-europe

      Lake edge location.

      Reviewed Jul 18, 2013
      by (17 reviews) Bendigo- SHELBOURNE , Australia Flag of Australia

      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.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Seegarten Hotel Marina Spiez

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Spiez

      Until the Next Time, We Say Goodbye......

      A travel blog entry by dawidstowe on Aug 21, 2014

      3 photos

      ... to top-up!

      And really for the next further 2 days of riding (352 miles from Strasbourg to Arras, 283 miles from Arras to home), we were quiet with a smile on our faces, knowing we were going home with wonderful memories of experiences. And to tell our friends or strangers, our stories of riding around the very crown-jewel of Switzerland.

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      Ich bin so kleiny!

      A travel blog entry by beckygooch on Apr 01, 2013

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... of view: they speak English to their dad, French to their mum and Swiss German to each other, and Max (8) can also speak Hochdeutsch, which is standard German from Germany. (The Swiss variety is basically another language; I personally understand very little of it!) What is more interesting though, is that they 'code-mix', meaning they will switch from one language to another and maybe use all 4 within one sentence. This is weirdly easy for me to understand, ...


      A travel blog entry by ameng on Jun 02, 2012

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      2nd June, 2012
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      Day 15 - Down the Jungfrau

      A travel blog entry by stevenordmark on Aug 19, 2011

      17 photos

      ... how easy they have it.

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      A Winter Mountain Fortress of Guns, Gold & Cheese

      A travel blog entry by obrian0620 on Nov 11, 2010

      20 photos

      ... thick Swiss snow, or just visually enjoying a wonderfully white winter, Swiss nature promises to impress. Once at a cozy cafe in the Alps I asked for my check and was shocked to see "Natur 5 Swiss Francs" scribbled on there, being that Natur is the German word for nature. Though I eventually figured out it was short for the natural spring water that I had ordered, I was jokingly told it was the charge tourists must pay for enjoying such pristine, natural beauty.

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