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at Gesundheitsresort & Spa Allgaeuer Rosenalp

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Modetn in a traditional buidling Very nice room with all ammenities Cosy large wooden room with view on the mountains for ours...
... has this a lot of special diet and fitness programmes. The room we had was very nice we got an upgrade as the room we had...
... We took a south facing double (the most expensive one) room and we were please with everything. we had a separate bath...
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kenneth b wrote a review Jan. 2019
Cannes, France152 contributions63 helpful votes
Modetn in a traditional buidling
Very nice room with all ammenities
Cosy large wooden room with view on the mountains for ours
Fabulous spa
Outdoor hestef pool smd indoor pool
Grest friendly staff
Good food
My regreets, a family run hotel by many members but you hardly have contsvt with them
They should be more involve on PR
However the hotel is üerfectly runn
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Large roo with view on the village
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max29 wrote a review Jul. 2011
Dublin, Ireland131 contributions60 helpful votes
Stayed here for 5 nights - wasn't quite sure what it was going to be like as I couldn’t find many reviews anywhere. It's an Interesting place - I assumed it was going to be particular type of people people as it has this a lot of special diet and fitness programmes. The room we had was very nice we got an upgrade as the room we had booked wasn't ready. The rate seems expensive about €180 per night. Lovely area for touring around but you probably would need a car. There is a rollerbahn about 10 minutes drive away - its ok but there is one about 30 minutes away which
is unreal - make sure you get to it. It’s the longest in Germany and I would be surprised if its not the biggest in the world.
Anyway back to the hotel nice indoor and outdoor pool - there not huge but there an ok size. 3 different saunas / steam rooms - you have to enter these naked! I took a day to get used to this but then you quickly do - apparently all over Southern Germany this is
the norm - just seems to be the South though? Loads of massage therapies and all that - we didn't try these and they looked expensive. Breakfast was nice good choice of stuff. All staff are very friendly and the owner I cant remember her name shook our
hands on leaving and thanked us for staying and gave us a each a pot of honey - a nice touch. We ate in the restaurant one night - it was nice but I had expected something exceptional as it is a 4.5 star hotel! Nice bar area and loads of room around the hotel for just relaxing either indoors by the bar or common areas upstairs or else out by the
pool or sun loungers. The room I was in although very modern and I would say brand new did not have either A/C or WiFi. Free on site parking during summer months. We would spend maybe 2/3 hours a day between the pools/Jacuzzi and saunas and then head out for the day. Some days we also just chilled in the games room or the
outdoor pool for the day. We travelled as a couple - there seems to be lots of single people who go their on their own for a break too and the rates seem accommodating to people on their own i.e. a single room was around about half the price of a double - normally there is a price diff for this. Mostly Germans stay here and very little literature is in English but a number of staff have near perfect English. A little more English literature around the place would be good and possibly a brochure explaining the Oberstaufen card would also be good.
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Date of stay: June 2011Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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poiuyt wrote a review Aug. 2007
Ffrankfurt 35 contributions40 helpful votes
We stayed in this hotel with my wife 16 days in July 2007. We did the Schrothkur - the original Dr. Schrothkur treatment that you can find a lot about it. The idea was to combine the vacation with the medical necessity to loose weight, shape up and clean the body and soul. It is not a place for young people and the hotel is patronized mainly by Germans and Austrians looking for a health and wellness holidays.

Oberstaufen is the official place where the Dr. Schroth treatments are given and there is a big number of houses of all types that offer that. See at www.oberstaufen.de for the official site of the town that gives more detail.

I made a thorough research and the choice was the Rosenalp as a clear quality for money winner. After arriving to Oberstaufen I checked the other candidates and I saw that that I made the best choice.

This is a family hotel and Mr. Schaedler, the manager and owner as well as the rest of the staff are extremely helpful and efficient. We took a south facing double (the most expensive one) room and we were please with everything. we had a separate bath and toilet , walk in closed, sitting area, fast internet and all that on almost 45 square meters. they have from small singles to 75 sqm apartments.

The hotel is run at a 5 star level although it is only "4 Superior". There is a huge wellness area with saunas, indoor and outdoor pools, baths, hamam etc. In house doctor prescribes the treatments if you want. there is a in house sports trainer that offers an ongoing program from early morning till after lunch including Nordic walking, water gymnastics, gym, guided tours and more.

You can play golf, go cycling or just lay in the sun next to the pool.

Actually there was no need to leave the hotel for the whole 2 weeks.
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Date of stay: August 2007
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