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Oberschoenauer Str. 19, 83471 Schoenau am Koenigssee, Bavaria Germany
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#19 of 59 Speciality lodging in Schoenau am Koenigssee
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The Sporthotel is centrally located between Berchtesgaden and the Königssee. It is one of the cheapest hotels in the region. You can enjoy the wonderful views of the surrounding mountains and the water park Watzmann-Thermal baths is just a 5-minute drive away.Style of hotel and ambience Sporthotel received its name by its founder, the famous ski jumper Oscar Stoll, about 80 years ago. Thus, the hotel name refers to the tradition of the hotel rather than to an extensive offering of sporting activities. Among the highlights are the daily breakfast, free parking and free high speed Wi-Fi in all rooms and public areas. All rooms are equipped with shower / WC and TV and are lovingly decorated in the Bavarian style. Another specialty: exclusive hand-painted antique furniture from the brand Voglauer. The hotel offers spacious lounge areas: a breakfast room with fireplace, a cozy bar and a sports pub with a fireplace for relaxing moments. Special features of the hotel free parking area. Pets are allowed.
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Adrian0902 wrote a review Nov. 2019
Zaragoza, Spain485 contributions81 helpful votes
Small room, but it is what I paid for. Good mattress, and TV. Bathroom also small, but enough. All was clean, and service was ok Breakfast was very good and varied. They had the restaurant closed for dinner but recommended one 100m far in the same street
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
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Alex A wrote a review Oct. 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Walked into hotel at 2.30pm to check in, not a sole about. Very dark and dingy and 'tired' looking. Finally a man came out to check us in, he was very shall I say 'unfriendly' and didn't like it when I said I only had a bank card to pay with, he said 'Cash would be better' but eventually took the card payment. Then accused us of walking mud into the hotel, banging on our hotel door 3 times to demand money to clean the carpet, he was very very aggressive and made us feel uncomfortable so we handed him back te key at reception, he refused to refund and threatened to phone the police on us for 'disturbing his work' handed him the key and left for a much nicer place (and cheaper).only 20 mins drive away. Also it says they have a restaurant on site however there was a notice on the desk in all launguages saying ''they cannot afford a chef, so the food is done the best they can' or words to that effect. Very unproffesional and off putting. Steer clear of this hotel.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Travis wrote a review Jul. 2019
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Inside of of hotel does not match the pictures on Google or trip advisor. This makes me believe that the hotel was recently sold and cheap furniture was moved in and the nice hand painted Bavarian furniture was sold off. The management is not Bavarian, little alone German. Staff not too friendly. They went back on what they quoted us and charged us for our 2 year old because they knew we had no where else to go when we got there. Taking a shower is risky as the water temp will drastically change several times a minute. Only good thing is the location. The breakfast was minimal by German standards.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Edward N wrote a review Mar. 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom6 contributions1 helpful vote
I stayed in Stoll's Sportshotel as part of a team competing for two weeks at the Königsee Ice Track. Our team was due to stay for twelve nights but we moved hotels after only two. This decision was almost exclusively down to the customer service, or lack thereof, we received from the owner and manager who was rude, aggressive, offensive and uncooperative through out our brief stay. In terms of facilities this hotel is reasonable for the price that they charge. Be under no illusion though, despite the name, this hotel has nothing to do with sport. It is a traditional alpine establishment with an ageing but acceptable standard of accommodation and the breakfast buffet was also of a standard one would expect from this type of hotel. The location was also good for access to Berchtesgaden and Königsee but there are plenty of similar hotels in the area so that is not a unique accolade. The level of customer service we received, however, was shockingly bad and made us feel extremely unwelcome. During our interactions with the manager (such as arranging breakfast at 7am rather than 8am in order to make our race times at the track) we were frequently told that we were "not listening" and that we needed to "pay attention" to what we were being told. After a collective decision within the team we moved hotels and the experience we had for the remainder of our stay could not have been more different. I have written a separate review for our second hotel but will not name them here. If you wish to read that then you can see if on my profile. Needless to say, earlier breakfasts were no longer a problem. If you want to save money and have the good fortune to avoid interacting with the staff then Stoll's Sporthotel might work out for you. I would suggest, however, that you preserve your dignity and stay elsewhere.
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Date of stay: February 2019
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Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: If you want a good room then stay at a different hotel.
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normal1983 wrote a review Nov. 2018
Melbourne, FL122 contributions25 helpful votes
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We arrived in late October with German family to this hotel at night and after some confusion with our reservation were finally able to get to our room 2 flights of stairs up. Pack light as it was a bit of a trek for a female my size with a heavy duffle bag and backpack. A small room with 2 single beds pushed together, bath sink in the room and a tiny bathroom with toilet and very small shower. The carpet has seen better days. Thin and dirty and in desperate need of replacement.The mattresses were also thin and left us with back aches. But the room was relatively clean. The next morning we awoke and walked out onto our balcony which had a small table and 2 plastic chairs and some beautiful red flowers in a pot. Though the room was nothing to brag about the view from our balcony was spectacular! The Watzmann Mountain range in the Bavarian Alps, including the Watzmannfrau (wife) and Watzmannkinder (children) were initially shrouded in clouds but they would lift and expose amazing mountains and views! We spent quite a bit of time the first morning just taking pictures! Breakfast was included for an extra charge and was the typical German breakfast of bread, marmalade, butter, cereals of every kind, cold cuts, fruit, yogurt, digestive cookies, nutella. Breakfast alone accounted for a good portion of the calories eaten each day. There are several restaurants down the street, Gasthof Bodner for typical German fare and Pizzeria Jolly right next door for some good Italian food. We used this hotel as a base to travel to Salzburg by bus and to see Berchtesgaden. Don't forget to get coupon cards upon check in as it saves you a few Euro here and there for bus and entrance fees. Though if I was ever fortunate to come to this area of Germany again I might try a different hotel in order to get a more comfortable bed. But this one definitely met our needs for this trip.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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US$74 - US$162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
GermanyBavariaUpper BavariaSchoenau am Koenigssee
NUMBER OF ROOMS
25
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sporthotel Schoenau
Which popular attractions are close to Sporthotel Schoenau?
Nearby attractions include Hubertuskapelle (1.1 km), Rathaus (0.8 km), and Kath. Pfarramt Maria Sieben Schmerzen (0.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Sporthotel Schoenau?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Sporthotel Schoenau?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Sporthotel Schoenau?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Sporthotel Schoenau?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gasthof Bodner, Hotel Brunneck, and Waldhauser Bräu.
Are pets allowed at Sporthotel Schoenau?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Sporthotel Schoenau?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Eagle's Nest (4.7 km), Dokumentationszentrum Obersalzberg (5.1 km), and Bunkeranlage (5.4 km).