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The 'room' had 2 spacious bedrooms, full bath with shower, small but adequate kitchen/living area, balcony and fantastic view. The building is clean and well-maintained and there is a covered garage for parking. The town, including the train station from which you can go anywhere,...More
We stayed at Castel Club for full 7 nights. We were on our Europe tour of 36 days covering 12 countries & 16 cities, but our stay here at Leysin was the most memorable one. The most scenic and full of exciting tracks and places....More
We stayed at Room # 21,a two BR apptt adequate for 6 people , in midseptember.Having read reviews about the place ,we were a little apprehensive on few points .We made sure to reach well in time, having being given explicit instructions on how to...More
If you want to stay away from the main cities and dont mind the funicular ride up, or a scenic,beautiful, winding drive of vineyards to the chocolate box village of Leysin then you can go ahead with this resort.
We made sure that we arrived...More
We spent 6 nights at Castel Club Leysin Parc. The room size itself is fine for 2 people (room #22), kitchen well equipped and a good bathroom with a tub. The balcony was fairly large with a fine view.
The bad side of the hotel...More
US$86 - US$164 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It depends which airport and how much luggage. From Geneva or Lausanne, it is certainly possible to travel by train to Aigle, then get the cog tram to Leysin. The train station in Leysin is not far from the Castel Club, and... More
It depends which airport and how much luggage. From Geneva or Lausanne, it is certainly possible to travel by train to Aigle, then get the cog tram to Leysin. The train station in Leysin is not far from the Castel Club, and it is definitely within walking distance.
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"Go for the front facing rooms on the higher floors"