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Reviewed April 17, 2017

The hotel is a cheap alternative to staying in Meran, especially if you are only staying overnight. The hotel is however very old, and the room had a certain smell. The carpet looked very old. The entire room should be renovated. It is also not ideal for senior citizens with stairs in front and stairs to the room without any chance to take a lift. For those who want to leave early, there is also a bottleneck: reception is not manned for 24 hours. You have to wait till 8 am to check out. Saving Grace: good breakfast buffet offer.

Date of stay: April 2017
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank thesupr
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Reviewed November 2, 2015

This hotel is located in a key position in the historic centre of the town. You would never expect such a gorgeous and rich garden right inside the building. The whole experience was made even more pleasant by the friendly staff and the amazing landscape I could enjoy from my room. Simply worth it.

Date of stay: December 2014
Trip type: Traveled with family
1  Thank Victoria P
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Reviewed January 3, 2014

We travelled to Merano after Christmas to visit some of my partner's family who live there. All the hotels in Merano were only doing 5-day packages over the Christmas/New Year period so we were recommended a room at the Gstor resort in Lagundo. We were surprised how close Lagundo was to Merano itself, no more than a short five minute drive away. When we arrived on the Saturday afternoon we were welcomed by a very friendly receptionist and after checking in we were offered welcome drinks of prosecco in tall glasses, very nice! :-) The hotel consisted of several buildings and levels, we were in the Dependence Töllerhoff part in room 15. The room was quite small and with a sloping roof over the bed and also in the bathroom. We were only staying for one night so this was not a problem, the bed was exceedingly comfortable, with lovely soft duvets and pillows zzzzzzzz. Having a shower in the morning proved a bit of a challenge for my partner who is TALLER than average, as the sloping roof in the bathroom made it difficult for him to stand upright, which he was not too pleased with! There was no shower gel or lotion in the bathroom for guests, just a small piece of hand soap, so bring your own toiletries. Breakfast in the morning was an extensive buffet with a very good choice of fruits, cheeses, cold cuts, breads, cakes and rolls, yoghurts, muselis, nuts etc. I like boiled eggs for breakfast when staying in hotels but unfortunately the two I took had not been cooked properly and could not be eaten, a pity as I hate to waste food. Everything else at breakfast was fine though but I did not see much staff about, just one lady serving teas or coffees. The hotel seemed to be full with quite a few families with small children. Strange with a green Christmas in this part of the world, the view from our balcony toward the mountains behind the hotel was not very Seasonal! We can recommend this hotel to those seeking good quality accommodation at a reasonable price in a nice area and close to Merano.

Date of stay: December 2013
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Thank Patricia K
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Reviewed November 3, 2013

We stayed here for 1 night in late September. Its a nice hotel and our room felt as if we were staying with a family rather than in a hotel. Our room faced the front, over a busy cobbled street however, and it was very noisy all night long (we had the patio door open). I imagine if you closed the door it would have been quieter but it would also have been stuffy and hot. If you chose a room at the back you would be overlooking the restaurant, which was also noisy. There was a large balcony with chairs and a view of the church and mountain. Sunday morning the church bells rang for 10 minutes - it was lovely but there would have no chance to sleep in if that was your plan. The restaurant is great though and we enjoyed are really nice meal there.

Room tip: Rooms facing the cobblestone road are quite noisy.
Date of stay: September 2013
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank welovetotravel00
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Reviewed October 9, 2013

Sorry, but cobble-stoned streets look all romantic, but when you try and sleep, not so romantic.

Other than that, our stay here was very nice, the restaurant is beautiful at night, and serves excellent local cuisine (though there is a lot of venison etc on the menu), and the staff was helpful and friendly.
Parking is a short walk away from the main house, so you do have to drag your suitcases around a bit, but nothing major if you are in reasonable shape.

Date of stay: October 2013
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Thank karlg800
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