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Dublin, Ireland
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 5 helpful votes
Reviewed 18 March 2013

We stayed at this hotel in February 2013 for 2 nights.The price of our room was €75 per night.The room was cold,no phone,no glasses for drinking water,no heating in the bathroom,so.....no shower.Too much dust everywhere and many spiders nets,we were staying in the attic without asking it.The food overly salty.Was a nightmare for us,we never go back there.Was too late at night to look for another hotel. More 

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Forchheim, Germany
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 191 helpful votes
Reviewed 15 March 2012

Hi all,
The name of the Hotel Schweizergrom (Swiss Creek) stems from the war 1618 to 1648, when a bunch of swiss mercenaries settled on the side of it. OK, this is all long times ago. The inner city of Forchheim has to offer some nice buildings from the period including a castle of the German Emperors in the Franconian times (around the year 800 it was used the first time and is now a museum). Forchheim is now called the 'Entry gate to Franconian Switzerland and it's certainly true.
The Schweizergrom has decent rooms, we usually let family guests rest there if there's not enough room in the house.
As it is passed by some major cycling tracks in the area, especially on weekends you will see a lot of cyclists there.
The restaurant is well known in the area for it's local beers and wines. The owner Heinz is a butcher as well and his sausages and his wife's Monika local dishes are quite popular. Heinz appears in the local news every other day during the mushroom season as...
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Address: Roethenstr. 5, 91301 Forchheim, Bavaria, Germany
Region: Germany > Bavaria > Franconia > Upper Franconia > Forchheim
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