Hasliberg is a Swiss municipality in the Interlaken-Oberhasli administrative district in the canton of Bern. Hasliberg is situated on a south-west facing terrace above the valley of the river Aare. The four villages spread out along this terrace are, from west to east, Hohfluh, Wasserwendi, Goldern and Reuti.
Things to do in Hasliberg
4.5 based on 103 reviews
3.5 based on 17 reviews
I must say they have a great view from the big windows.
The attmosphere is not so nice, one huge open room, looks kinda like a cafeteria.
The kids card is on a ballon, funny. The normal fare, chicken nuggets, French fries and such.
I wasn't expecting much in terms of fine dinning, but the typical Swiss food was good. I had the Rosti with Cheese, it was ok.
The service was really friendly and when our child knocked over the water for the second time the service still had a smile.
I change instead of cooking dinner yourself in the Reka.
4 based on 15 reviews
Went here for lunch with my family during a ski trip. Very disappointing experience. Unwelcoming and unfriendly staff. There are better much alternatives in the immediate area - for example Hexenkässel.
3.5 based on 20 reviews
4 based on 53 reviews
Met friends in Meiringen and needed a nice restaurant to catch up. We were made very welcome, despite arriving before the kitchens were open and they were very accommodating as one of our party required a special meal. We went for the Farmers Rosti which was devine and I would highly recommend this restaurant for its food, ambience and lovely staff.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Cozy inn in the Bernese chalet style. Rustic kitchen with local, seasonal specialties. Newly renovated rooms and apartments.
We had a group of 6 and had a lovely fondue dinner. However, we should have specified only one fondue pot as that was plenty for our group - they brought us 2 and we really only ate one. Authentic Swiss experience with friendly, attentive service.
4 based on 45 reviews
Worth trying the huge "signature dish" meringue here. It's your classic local Swiss cafe- styling from the 70s but the history of the meringue gives it a nice feel. Adjoining bakery for all your healthy purchases!
4 based on 27 reviews
I arrived late at night after having checked some restaurants which were already closed. The waiter (a indian student of a well-known hospitality management school) took the time and advised me well, although time was even short. The Peking duck I ordered was tasting good (the sauce makes the difference, I was told). Afterwards I was welcomed by the receptionist lady who was very interested in my well-being and took the time to chat. Though I already paid the bill (reasonable price) and closing was short, I was even offered a coffee, tea or Prosecco.
Cuisine is asian (chinese, vietnamese, thai), as well as the staff. Location on the main walk Promenade.
To be recommended.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
4 based on 39 reviews
The review I wrote of this last evening, was attributed to me under another name/identity. I.e. Somehow TripAdviser got hold of my other email address and classed this as another person. I don't know if TripAdviser will print this post, but if you look at the review under Bar F, below, that is my review!!
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