I stayed in a lot of hostel, so I wasn't obviuolsy expecting a "5 stars" hotel, but this was much worse than expected.
Check in and check out times are simply absurd, but this is something I can accepts.
The major problem is the insulation, or better the lack on insulation. The first night I was able to hear a family's conversation at 6.00 AM, at 8.00 the cleaning lady started the vacuum cleaner (in another floor) and sleeping was impossible. The second night was a bit better, I was able to sleep until 8.00 AM.
This is a YOUTH hostel, so stay away if you are a youth and you plan to go to sleep late. Probably you can sleep between 10PM and 6AM, but not much more.
I was expecting a BIT of noise, so I brought earplugs for security, but these were just useless. The insulation is so bad that you feel not only the noise but even the vibrations!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A straightforward, personal and open holiday atmosphere. Families feel as much at home as young sports fans in both Soldanella houses - people love coming back here! In one of the most exclusive and quietest locations in the village, you have superb views of the majestic mountains. The snug wooden house is an ideal point of departure for fascinating summit meetings, for hours of relaxation in the spa bath - or it can just be a toy-chest for your little ones. ... more less
- Reservation Options:
- TripAdvisor is proud to partner with Booking.com, HostelWorld, Priceline, HostelBookers and Odigeo so you can book your Klosters Youth Hostel reservations with confidence. We help millions of travelers each month to find the perfect hotel for both vacation and business trips, always with the best discounts and special offers.