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Kapuzinerhof

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    Modling, Austria
    Reviewed 21 October 2016

    The old building still breathes the tranquil air of a monastery, the new wing is very well adapted to the garden path. A large cloister garden is still inside with a great variety of apple and pear trees. I can recommend for all tourists planning to see Salzburg and the sourroundings at a very fair price. From Oberndorf on the...

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    shanghai
    Reviewed 25 July 2016

    The building is beautiful, with a cosy inner courtyard, and its location is central and convenient. However, the rooms are very small with minuscule bathrooms. The windows open into a glass-enclosed balcony, which acts as a greenhouse and makes the rooms hot and stuffy. Summer nights sleep is very uncomfortable. Also there is no refrigerator in the rooms, which is...

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    Cardigan, United Kingdom
    Reviewed 3 December 2014

    3-night break arranged for us, via Twinning link, so pleasant surprise on arrival at Kapuzinerhof. Convenient location, near to main facilities in Laufen, river Salzach and handy for train link from Munich and on to Salzburg. Bedroom and bathroom very clean, comfortable and a good size. Breakfasts amazing and we dined in-house 2 nights out of 3 - excellent, good-quality...

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    Reviewed 11 November 2014

    The Kapuzinerhof is one of my favourite hotels in Germany. It combines a traditional monastery atmosphere with a comfortable and modern lifestyle. Next to the border to Salzburg (Austria) it is located close to the Salzach river in the heart of the little German historic village called Laufen. Enjoy a walking tour through the village before having a typical and...

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    Thank Carmen D
    Reviewed 19 September 2014 via mobile

    This hotel is right on the border of Germany and Austria. The rooms are small but the place is truly historical and amazing. Restaurants food is very good quality and the staff are very nice. The hotel Itself is the main attraction of the town but one can enjoy walking beside the river Salzach.

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    Round Rock, Texas
    Reviewed 3 September 2013

    The Hotel has a new room building, very modern and clean. We were on the way to Berchtesgaden and stayed for one night. The room was ok, not very large, bathrom nice and clean. We missed a A/C or maybe some fly-screens when you opened the window. We enjoyed the good breakfast and thank for welcome our dog!

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    Colorado Springs, Colorado
    Reviewed 17 June 2013

    We were actually enroute from Munich to Salzburg when the once-in-400-year flooding in central Europe caused the Salzach (and many other rivers) to overflow. All the bridges over the Salzach were closed. Luckily the Kapuzinerhof had some rooms available, and we stayed there. The staff was extremely helpful in a difficult situation. We didn't know what to expect in terms...

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    Milton, Delaware
    Reviewed 8 March 2013

    The Kapuzinerhof Hotel has a lot of history associated with it since it was a Monastery at one time. Today it is a modern hotel that is clean and has been modernized to meet all of today’s must haves in lodging. Breakfast is included with every stay and is typical German fare, including fresh cheeses, meats, eggs and various rolls...

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    Southampton, United Kingdom
    Reviewed 21 September 2012

    The Kapuzinerhof is in a converted monestry just off the main through road and close to the town gate. Laufen is sort of twinned with its Austrian neighbour across the Salza river. The hotel has a new extesnion perfectly aimed at busines travellers and conferences and nicely offsett by the old stye refectory eating hall, and gardens. Staff are excellent...

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    Address: Schlossplatz 4, 83410 Laufen, Bavaria, Germany
    Region: Germany > Bavaria > Upper Bavaria > Laufen
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    “Ask for rooms with garden view”
    • View to cloister garden
     of 5 bubbles peterbrunner71, 21 Oct 2016 | Read review
    “Choose a room versus the beautiful monastery garden side”
     of 5 bubbles 755carmend, 11 Nov 2014 | Read review
    “Ask for a room overlooking the rear garden”
     of 5 bubbles Russty108, 8 Mar 2013 | Read review
    “316 is the furthest from reception....guess where I was ?????”
     of 5 bubbles davebedford, 21 Sep 2012 | Read review
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