Sunstar Alpine Hotel Wengen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunstar Alpine Hotel Wengen
Very clean and modern hotel, with Swiss charm and ambiance. Extremely convenient location. Great pool. Breakfast and dinner were top notch.
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... as you remember the names of the nearby towns.
After reaching Lauterbrunnen, we continued hiking down to Zweilütschinen, the fork station where the train from interlaken separates into two, one to Lauterbrunnen, the other to Grindelwald, the 'Junfrau' town most tourists stay. Compared with Wengen, there are way too many traffic and tourists that make it too noisy. The hills are not so steep, easier to hike, but not spectacular on ...
... up, then it heated us up. They eventually brought out a little bowl of boiled potatoes and a slab of cheese. Thank goodness for the kind gentlemen at the table next to us for showing me how to make it all work. The cheese went on the tray under the heat. Seems this dish is literally cheese and potatoes, which you scrape on at the table yourself. It was yummy, but I felt like it was more of a side dish. ...
... and I took a tour through the exhibits. The exhibits
featured everything from the history of the mountain and exhibits, to a
gorgeous gigantic snow globe, to an ice cave with carvings of polar bears,
penguins, Inuit people, Ice Age characters, and coins from international countries.
Once through the ice cave, Josh and made it to the top and
went outside in the -5-degree snowy weather. I’d forgotten how cold that felt!
... class" and had private lessons. She was so precious and polite and proper and cute. Just a really good show of the Swiss culture and how different it is from America. For dinner we obviously had to get fondue, so we went to this place in Interlaken Ost that was a very local place. We were the only Americans in the restaurant. Switzerland is the first place where I have not been able to understand one bit of the language at all. I wouldn't even recognize hi. ...
... myself to go first in all of the tasks because I knew I would chicken out if I saw someone go before me. The hardest part for me was the repelling, as the guides were just like "well you lean 90 degrees backwards over the cliff side and just step step step step, and down you go!" ... Excuse me WHAT?? My heart was racing the entire time. Thank God we were wearing the wet suits too or else we would have been freeezing! Unfortunately it started storming with thunder ...