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Stayed at the Hotel Magic for two nights. Upon arrival we realized we had to check in just across the square (we had forgotten this) but it was an easy walk over. We were there very early so the held our bags for us while...More
We also stayed in the Arabian Nights themed room, with large figurines, coloured glass lighting, prints. Different, but it did add to the holiday. (The ‘007’ room next door was quiet, as James Bond must have been away). Small hotel, good sized room, bathroom could...More
We were pleasantly surprised by our room. It was large and overlooked a plaza with colourful and interesting activity day and evening. The decor of the room attempted to theme the "Arabian Nights" but was decidedly odd but not unpleasantly so.
Check in and breakfast...More
Stayed for 2 nights. My room overlooked a plaza , which while charming could be noisy, although my 4th floor room was fairly quiet with the windows closed.
Check in/ out at a different hotel abt a block away - cab driver from train station...More
The hotel is located right in the old town's heart. However, there are some problems.
The room (Lotus, 4th floor) is comfortable, clean, nicely decorated and provisioned with amenities (including a capsule coffee machine).
However, check-in was misleading: it takes place in a different location...More
US$135 - US$307 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Neubecker | Reviewed this property |
You simply walk. The walk is just five minutes. Train Station to the Kappelbrucke bridge, cross that and then go up the steps into the courtyard. Just a tiny bit down the courtyard is the hotel where you checkin. That... More
You simply walk. The walk is just five minutes. Train Station to the Kappelbrucke bridge, cross that and then go up the steps into the courtyard. Just a tiny bit down the courtyard is the hotel where you checkin. That information is on the website. The checkin hotel will move your bags for you, once you have checked in.
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"Room not facing the courtyard may have less noise from the clock"