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Super service. Friendly staff
close to the motorway just few people speaks English, service and especially breakfast as a 1 star hotel, just the room was as a 4 star hotel (I booked the suite) even if no air conditioning and an empty frigo bar.
Large clean rooms. Fast check-in/check-out. A lot of noise from the railway station and the street for the rooms in the front part of the hotel, not enough curtains to make the room dark when sleeping, especially in the morning.
The room are clean and nice. There is free access to internet. Breakfast
Very friendly staff which opened the door even after closing hours, midnight when we showed up. After we checked on three other places this was the most resonable price. The suprise was even bigger when we enterd the room and discoverd very clean recently renoveted rooms with all facilities you can imagine, comfotable bathroom, flat screen, free WiFi, big and quite rooms. Forgot to mention free parking in front of the hotel. Breakfast was even included in the price.
This really is a well-loved, family-run hotel where people care about what they offer you and they care about you. It was wonderful spending the night in St. Valentin at the Wallners!
this is a quiet hotel. Staff is very friendly. Design is modern and pleasant to your eyes..
Renovated rooms and restaurant, everything fresh and new good value for money.The staff is very helpful although not all speak languages other than German.
Close to motorway so ideal en-route hotel. Good selection of food on evening menu. Obliging owners. The hotel was very good but the town of St. Valentin does not have a lot going for it. Just an overnight stop really unless going into Linz.
The hosts and waitstaff were extremely pleasant and the food in the restaurant was excellent. Our room was spacious and very clean.
The "family feeling".A Small hotel with all basic facilities.
Very clean room, good breakfasrt excellent dinners in restaurant.
excellent room facilities
The staff was very welcoming and nice. Brekfast was good, but could be a little bit broader selection. The town itself is a nice and friendly small town, though there are not that many things to see. Some people comment the closeness of the railway, which I thought was not really bothering.
Great bar/restaurant room Internet was not working
Clean rooms, spacey bathroom, basic but good breakfast. Cold rooms, and it was November. The hotel is placed across the train tracks, so you have train noises all night.
Quiet place very close to the city center. 50 meter from Undeground. 20-25 minutes walkinng distance to the historical center.
As on previous visits everything was almost perfect, the guy in charge is a great host and nothing is to much trouble.
Very close and accessible from the train station
everything was great and the staff were excellent !!! One of the nicest, cleanest and quietest hotels i have ever stayed in. Thankyou !
the room. staff are not speaking in english
It was rather noisy, being right next to a railway line and there was nonbody to meet us when we arrived, just a disembodied voice.
Staff was nice but leave at 8 pm with not help at hotel. A little hard to find but new hotel.
Staff excellent no
Quiet, pleasent service, good wlan. Spacious room.
We spent a really nice time in Hotel Fürst. We had a big clean room with a balcony. The staff were nice and helping. What we want to recommend is the food at the hotel restaurant - especially pepper steak. One of the best steaks we've ever eaten. Nothing serious, just few minor things. The toilet smelled a little. The staff in the restaurant couldn't speak English well, but at leats they tried. The hotel is quite far from any city - e.g. Linz (1,25hour). But overall it it a nice, pleasant hotel.
Maria Ly was an excellent hostess who immedieately made us feel welcome. She made our stay so pleasant and all of the staff with whom we had contact were efficient, friendly and very good. We appreciated having access to the internet as well. The stylized script used to mark the signs leading us to the hotel were difficult to read quickly when we were driving into the town. It made it more difficult for us to find the actual location, but we managed by just driving around the small town until we saw the hotel.