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Good location, short of a few staff but that was corrected during my stay. Main issue is the shower temperature fluctuated wildly, irrespective of time of day.
Hotel Seiblishof is located in Ischgl. Silvretta Cable Car and Birkhahn Cable Car are local landmarks, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Silvretta Arena and High-Bike Testcenter Paznaun. Take in the nearby slopes with ski runs, ski lifts and a ski shuttle, or try out other outdoor activities such as snowshoeing.
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The hotel itself I found OK, not amazing but satisfactory. The standard double room was spacious and comfortable with an open plan bathroom but with separate WC and a good-sized balcony. Overall the room was better than I expected. I enjoyed the breakfast most days but they must alternate the chef going by the state of the scrambled egg - perfectly cooked one day, then presented like an overcooked mashed-up dry omelette the next. I really loved the freshly-squeezed orange juice on tap. I found the staff were not very attentive at breakfast; on two mornings I never got to ask for a coffee as no one came to my table the whole time I was there. My main criticism was not being offered any discount when staying as a single person in a double room when there was only one person eating breakfast and the evening meal; an unfair and illogical pricing policy set by Hotel/Expedia. I was also told that it wasn't possible to change to a bed & breakfast tariff as my booking had been made through Expedia and not direct with the hotel, even though the balance to pay to the hotel at the end would be over €900 for my 5 day stay and could easily cope with a price adjustment; so disappointingly, no flexibility. I had no choice in hotel as I had booked relatively late (5 weeks before arrival); not that surprising to me then that this was the only hotel left in central Ischgl with any availability. I do hope they treat their regular visitors as more valued customers.