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... rooms are airy and large, the bathrooms are huge. If your room is over the beergarden close the window or even better join...
... you welcome. For our second holiday we decided to take a room above the restaurant. They have lovely , cosy rooms few...
We stayed for 3nights in a standard room,the room was a good size with a large bathroom,every where was very clean.we had a...
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Clemens A wrote a review May 2017
Westford, United States4 contributions2 helpful votes
This was the first time I stayed at the Schwabenbrau, I have been there many times before for food and drinks. The rooms are airy and large, the bathrooms are huge. If your room is over the beergarden close the window or even better join the party.

The breakfast is very generous with bread, cold cuts, eggs of choice and a variety of bread spreads. The evenings are always busy, so it is recommended to make a reservation at the end of breakfast if you plan to have dinner there. Specially recommended are the last weekends of the month, when they hold their Fruehschoppen, beer, Weisswurst and Bavarian music starting at 10 am. The staff is very firendly and the owners are there from morning to night.
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Traveled solo
Room Tip: Rooms not overlooking the beergarden are quieter.
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lvnn wrote a review Jul 2015
Vienna, Austria47 contributions14 helpful votes
We went first to Schwabenbrau for the restaurant. The food is excellent and the service was great. Everyone is really friendly and they do their best to feel you welcome. For our second holiday we decided to take a room above the restaurant. They have lovely , cosy rooms few steps away from the center of Bad Reichenchall. The rooms are very clean and they are pet friendly. We will return.
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Date of stay: June 2015Trip type: Traveled with family
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Shirley T wrote a review Jul 2015
Salviac, France16 contributions7 helpful votes
We stayed for 3nights in a standard room,the room was a good size with a large bathroom,every where was very clean.we had a room which faced the side which was fairly quiet but other rooms could be noisier late evening if they faced the beer garden.
The staff are friendly helpful and very efficient.the breakfast was good with a good choice but not buffet style.
We would recommend it as it is very good value.
The food in the beer garden was very good with huge portions the atmosphere is very good too.
We would recommend the hotel and restaurant to our friends.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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racasey wrote a review Oct 2011
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Our favorite type of lodging is a nicely appointed Gasthaus. We love the warmth one feels upon entering the bar or restaurant and seeing the patrons enjoying camaraderie over a beer or a meal. I’m at home in these places.

Finding a nicely appointed Gasthaus in lively little town, and finding one within a two-minute’s walk from the shops is “icing on the cake”. This is what you will find in Bad Reichenhall at the Wieninger Schwabenbrau.

Hotels in German spa towns can be a bit “stuffy” if you are staying at the big 4 star places and Bad Reichenhall has a ton of big, cold, snobbish hotels, but only one Wieninger Schwabenbrau. The warmth of the wood and candlelight in the restaurant is only exceeded by the warmth of the staff. You feel like you have fallen back into your grandmother’s arms when you check into this gasthaus. This place is a cute as a bug’s ear!

The guest rooms are nicely appointed as well. Two freshly plumped feather beds greeted us and our windows looked out on a scenic mountaintop. The bathroom had plenty of space for my “Lady” to lay out all of her tool kits, and still have room left for my toothbrush. A nice shower, plenty of light, and space to hang out a few things … perfection!

The staff was always dressed in typical Bavarian dress, tasteful, not overdone; the menus are available in English upon request, the food to die for and the bier fresh and promptly served. Breakfast is huge; I can find no other word. Coffee plentiful and fabulous, fresh breads, fresh jams and preserves, 3 or 4 kinds of cheese, several choices of meats, a wide selection of cereals with milk, and yogurt, soft boiled eggs, a big beaker of orange juice, and a cute girl in a dirndl waiting to bring you more!

Evening meals are lively and reservations are recommended. Seems the place fills fast around 1800 and is romping for hours. You can find a quiet corner in the restaurant and watch folks enjoying their food and friends, or sit in the bar and enjoy the gaiety of Bavarian style eating and drinking. Festive but not too loud and all in a delightful and attractive smoke FREE atmosphere. Prost!

One of the things I love most about staying in a German Gasthaus is most are family owned and the people running the places really care about the welfare of the guests. The staff is always trying to be helpful and routinely recommend places to go and things to see nearby. Wieninger Schwabenbrau was no different. They pointed out a local bierfest, and some places to go dancing, as well as places for a drive. The stuffy hotels never do this. Give a featherbed and a Gashouse every time. Honey. I’m home!
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Date of stay: October 2011Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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