|ur prices include a rich breakfast and also the transfer from the railway station to the hotel, whenever possible with our four-legged hotel taxi «Harto». And if you can stay more than three nights, we pay the return ticket on the funicular. There are no extra charges for single rooms. For a half-board supplement of only SFr. 40.– you can enjoy a five-course dinner in our dining room, each day an excellent choice of homemade local specialities, prepared with natural ingredients and a lot of love for cooking. By the way: If you travel with a low budget, why not book a room in our dependance, a chalet just beside the hotel, for as little as SFr. 65.– per night, including all the service you get at MinOtel Toediblick?||
|nd that’s how we name our rooms: no numbers, but each room carries the name of one of the impressive peaks of the Swiss Alps, to be seen from Alexander's Tödiblick.|
|ates per person, including breakfast. Supplement for half-board (5 courses) Fr. 40.–, full-board Fr. 70.–. All hotel rooms en suite; radio, color-TV, direct-dial telephone. Horse-taxi service station- hotel included in all prices. Please call us before you arrive in Braunwald.|
room with a view: one of twenty comfortable bedrooms, all en-suite,
tastefully furnished. each one a unique and individual home during your
Swiss holiday. Enjoy a romantic sunrise from your balcony; snug in your
bed after a day full of mountain air and sunny walks, knowing there
will be no car noises to trouble your sleep.
In spite of the Swiss government rising the VAT we stick to last year's prices - to enable you to spend a beautiful Swiss holiday at very reasonable rates indeed:
No supplement charges for single rooms. Rates for children in children’s room or in their parents’ room: up to 4 years free; 4 to 12 years 50%; 12 to 16 years For stays of four and more nights, we pay your return ticket on the funicular.
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