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We paid 189Sfr including local tax for one night in Landhaus. Very expensive for a basic little hotel. Otherwise all Good, A lovely young Israeli girl looked after us and made us feel welcome (and told us of how she sometimes goes home via the...More
Albert and Frida were the perfect hosts. I have never known anyone to work as hard and be as helpful as Albert and the team. We had a lovely room with balcony overlooking the river. Serge/Kevin our room mascot was wonderfully attentive (see photo). The...More
The Hotel Landhaus is not a fancy hotel, but it is a very nice one. It's been restored with care and keeps its character — some doors are bigger than other. The rooms are clean, comfortable and come with TVs and sinks.
The check-in was...More
Just stayed one night at Hotel Landhaus.
Location is great. It is not inside the old town, but you can walk 3 mins to get there.
You can walk to Bear garden or rose garden by few minutes. The nearest tram station is also located...More
Great location on the river side and opposite bridge to the old town. Old house nicely transformed. Our room was nicely modernized and had new laminated flooring instead of dust accumulating carpets...great idea. Staff at recept ion was friendly and helpful while the owner served...More
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US$151 - US$247 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Actually, it's not a bus; it's a tram--what we used to call a trolley or trolley-bus in the U.S. (I. e. , powered by overhead electric lines not by diesel fuel). They're painted red and the one to the Barengraben is #12... More
Actually, it's not a bus; it's a tram--what we used to call a trolley or trolley-bus in the U.S. (I. e. , powered by overhead electric lines not by diesel fuel). They're painted red and the one to the Barengraben is #12. You can catch it right outside the train station. Look for the one labeled "Zentrum Paul Klee" --the end of the line. If it says "Langasse" it's headed the other way, but it will get you there eventually (if you stay on) and you'll get to see a bit more of the city, including the university district.
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The hotel does not have their own car park. However, there is street parking available opposite and beside the hotel. There are 2 types of street parking. The first types are marked with white lines and are metered parking... More
The hotel does not have their own car park. However, there is street parking available opposite and beside the hotel. There are 2 types of street parking. The first types are marked with white lines and are metered parking. From memory you need to top up the meter every 4 hours. Opposite the hotel there is a section marked out in blue lines. This area is restricted for 24 hour parking - a permit costs EUR16-00 per day. Patrick, the hotel manager will provide the permit for you. Bern is easy to walk around. We left our car parked in the blue area and just walked everywhere.