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I was apparently the only guest in the entire hotel. The reception desk is not visible as you enter the place. but you have full view of the clutered kitchen to your left, right near the entrance. I had to walk all the way to the back of the hotel to find someone to talk my reservation and check in. The fellow I met doing some hauling, asked for my name, checked his phone and asked if I wanted to book breakfast for 8 Euros too. I replied yes. Then he just took me upstairs and handed me the key to the room and some towels. No check in form to sign, no computer to enter the guess information in, and no payment was requested at the time. Next morning, again in the the breakfast room, I was the only one present (at 8 am local time), no other guests. There was half-cold decanter of coffee, no english breakfast tea, no hot water,. Just some cereals including corn flakes, some milk, apples and butter and jam, but no sliced bread or other pasteries. Just some bread rolls. When a lady walked in, she asked if I wanted coffee or tea? THen she brought some hot water, but again, no breakfast tea bags. I asked her to make me an omlette. Which arrived 5 minutes later, completly bland without even a slice of tomatoo. Overall, the breakfast was poor and not worth the hassle or the price. On the last day, someone came and knocked on my door at 9:00 and asked me to pay - no phone inside the room perhaps could be the reason? When I went downstairs to pay, the same lady who had prepared the omlettee, was standing inside the restaurant before a cash register and presented me the hotel bill: 70 Euros for the room and 16 Euros for the breakfast - even though breakfast is listed at 8 Euros per person and I was alone throughout the stay, as she also witnessed in the breakfast room, After my objection she revised the bill and removed the extra 8 euros for the breakfast. All in all, the stay was pleasant, but next time I will stay elsewhere.
All in all, the stay was pleasant, but next time I will stay elsewhere. Not very guest freindly, no professinalism from the hotel staff and no pleasant greetings. If out of 16 rooms, I was the only guest, says it all.
Lovely place, clean and comfortable rooms.
Staff was not able to communicate in English, we were not allowed to pay with Visa and Mastercards (although the reservation was made with the same Visa credit card), thus, we had to face difficulties with obtaining cash. We were requested to leave the hotel earlier before the official check out time what has made us rather upset and forced us to change our plans.
With a stay at Zur Altstadt in Weida, you'll be 11 mi (17.7 km) from Badewelt Waikiki Water Park and 14.1 mi (22.6 km) from Blankenhain Castle. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services and multilingual staff. Guests may use a train station pick-up service for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
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FAQs when booking at Zur Altstadt
Where is Zur Altstadt located?
Zur Altstadt is located at Untere Str. 2, 0.2 miles from the center of Weida.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Zur Altstadt?
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Zur Altstadt.
Does Zur Altstadt offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Zur Altstadt offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Zur Altstadt offer free parking?
Yes, Zur Altstadt offers free parking.
Does Zur Altstadt offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Zur Altstadt does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Zur Altstadt from the airport?
Zur Altstadt is 45.4 miles from Leipzig/Halle. Zur Altstadt is 50.1 miles from Erfurt-Weimar.
Can you bring pets to Zur Altstadt?
Yes, Zur Altstadt is a pet-friendly hotel.
Does Zur Altstadt have a pool?
No, Zur Altstadt does not have a pool onsite.
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