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179 Ramsau am Dachstein, Ramsau am Dachstein 8972 Austria
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#37 of 77 B&Bs / Inns in Ramsau am Dachstein
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michalj wrote a review Feb 2018
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Nice, comfortable and clean rooms, cleaned daily. Ample parking. Half-board with great variety at dinner and great selection at breakfast, there was always something for everyone. Indoor swimming is nice and clean - it's 17 meters long so you can actually swim in it, there's also a sauna and a sun bed for a bit of extra cost. And they have a partner beauty parlour right there as well. Ski room available. Friendly staff but even in high winter season the front desk was staffed only in the afternoon, not in the morning. The local bus stop is just a minute on foot, the bus takes you to all the ski resorts in Ramsau and/or down to Schladming area. If you are a cross-country skiing person, the well maintained tracks with lots and lots of miles are just 100 metres away and you get a discount when buying the local cross-country skiing pass when using your hotel guest card.
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Date of stay: January 2018
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alicest1 wrote a review Jan 2017
Prague, Czech Republic71 contributions33 helpful votes
I have been in hotel for 4 days during the New years eve. Room 162 was extremely tiny, TV from the end of the 80's. Bathroom was moldy with peeling plaster. I have 165 cm but the sink was still in the height of my knees. Blow drier not working, towels over used and falling apart. The staff were reserved, I have actually seen somebody at the reception only once during the days. Usually, there are some information about what to do in the area. There was nothing, you have to find it by yourself. Only good thing was quite good food, which were also plenty. All in all, the quality of the hotel is not corresponding with the price at all.
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Date of stay: December 2016
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AkosK wrote a review Oct 2012
Budapest, Hungary17 contributions20 helpful votes
I was here in october for two days. The hotel staff unfriendly, rude. I stayed in the 346 single room. The worst bed ever. The bathroom like my college room was in the 80's. In the night i even heard the wake up noise from the next room by. The only positive thing the food was. Ramsau could help forget the hotel. Its a lovely town. We were hiking all day in the dachstein.
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Date of stay: October 2012
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Mark P wrote a review Mar 2012
Israel98 contributions70 helpful votes
I traveled with my 10 year old daughter, my friend and his 10 year old daughter, unfortunately we pre-booked & pre-paid for this hotel. I had a bad feeling when I was trying to reach the hotel by phone prior to our arrival, they never picked up the phone. Upon arrival I understood why - the owner has an office behind the reception and she hangs out in the office all day long and the front desk is unmanned (on occasion her German Sheppard dog who is actually quite nice is there). There is no Wi-Fi to be found, not in the rooms and not in any of the public spaces, there is a single PC standing in the lobby. I chose this hotel since it has an indoor pool which I assumed would be a treat for the girls after a day of skiing. The hotel also offers a Sauna. Two problems - if you are from anywhere else in the West please be prepared for the fact that the entire Sauna\Solarium area is co-ed and entirely a nude area. I took the girls downstairs on the 1st day and understood that unless I want them exposed to a lot of nudity they will not be using the pool. I too would have preferred sitting in the Sauna with a few less elderly naked men!!! The worst part, in case this wasn't enough, was the abusive service at the dining room. The food wasn't bad but the "female" waitresses were something else. We booked half-pension and needed to pay for dinner beverages. One evening my friend ordered a beer (by name) and I asked for a small one. The waitress brought him his beer and brought me a small house beer. I stated that I asked for a small beer after he ordered, meaning that I want a small size of whatever he ordered. Without thinking twice she told me that I am a liar and that I have to pay for the beer she brought. I was never called a liar before, and the thought that she actually just called a guest of the hotel a liar over a 3 Euro beverage was despicable. This ruined the entire experience, the next evening we went out and spent a fortune on a nice meal at a nice restaurant just to avoid seeing her disgusting face. Stay away. There are plenty of nice small hotels in the area, also closer to the skiing pistas. Also bring your own soap, they offer a cheap green liquid soap in shower and at the vanity. Must be the worst hotel me and my friend stayed at!!!
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Date of stay: March 2012
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$70 - $108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Post
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Post?
Nearby attractions include Wilde Wasser (2.5 miles), Dachstein Suspension Bridge (4.3 miles), and Skywalk Dachstein (2.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Post?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Post?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Post?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Post?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ausflugsziel Sonnenalm, Braunhofer's, and Die Tischlerei.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Post?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Post?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Turmruine der oberen Reithtaler Klause (1.9 miles).