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Hotel Margrethe

Langgade 36,Gadbjerg,DK,Denmark
Check in 15:00
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Family of five Annitaika on 18/08/2014 21:50 16 Reviews

-hotel Margrethe Has 5 Double Rooms And 18 Family Rooms For 2 Adults And 2-3 Children. All Rooms Have Bath- Toilet- Tv and Wireless Internet Connection - And Some Of Them Also Air condition. Well Furnished And Elegant Meeting And Banqueting rooms For Op T

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Langgade 36,Gadbjerg,DK,Denmark

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Hotel Margrethe

Langgade 36,Gadbjerg,DK,Denmark 0 Star Hotel
Check in 15:00
Check Out 15:00


-hotel Margrethe Has 5 Double Rooms And 18 Family Rooms For 2 Adults And 2-3 Children. All Rooms Have Bath- Toilet- Tv and Wireless Internet Connection - And Some Of Them Also Air condition. Well Furnished And Elegant Meeting And Banqueting rooms For Op T

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Hotel Margrethe

Langgade 36,Gadbjerg,DK,Denmark
#1 of 1 hotels in Gadbjerg
Overall Rating 3.5Rating from 16 reviews
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Family of five

Annitaikaon 18/08/2014 21:50

Obviously we were there to visit Legoland Billund resort. We had a spacious family room. The kids loved the little pool just outside our windows. Very happy with the breakfast. July 2014 was hot so air conditioning would have been useful. Luckily you can open the windows.

There is a grocery store next to the hotel. It is open until 7pm so after a long day at Billund it is not an option.

I am forever grateful for one of the staff who advised us to visit the Römö beach when we headed towards Ribe. Had one of my best ever beach days there.

Creepy hotel in ghost town...

tobias294on 12/03/2014 16:24

We spent three days here and will never return. The hotel is small and dirty. When was it last renewed? 1970? The pools are small, dont be deceived by the web pictures. Breakfast is simple. Positive: about 15 minute drive to Lego parks. Its located in a ghost town without a living person in sight. Nothing to do here. Small grocery store right next to the hotel.

Nice place with friendly staff

Sebastiaan74on 11/10/2013 20:10

We stayed here for 2 nights. Very friendly staff. Everything looks a little old but the room, restaurant and the hotel is clean. We had dinner in the restaurant. Food was good but a little salty. Breakfast was good. A lot to choose and more then enough. Fresh baked bread, fresh fruit, egg, milk, juice and so on.

Close to Legoland and you can buy your ticket already in the hotel.

Smalltown luxery

Road Ron 25/11/2012 17:33

Good food, warm staff, and a nice place to stayover. The interior design is kept in red carpet retro style, with spaceius rooms. The hotel could be a paralelle to a cowboy hotel in Las Vegas with a couple of horses parked outside. But nope. You are in friendly nabourhood with no indians and lots of nice people. The hotel is closeby a railway track (no station) that keps you in mind that the 70'ties is 40 years ago, although the Hotel Margrethe could make you forget. The ballroom in hotel Margrethe is almost as being in the tv series Twinpeaks by david lynch. A comfy place for everyone who like a calm smalltown stayover passing through or having a familyparty.

Nothing to write home about

HilmiRon 13/07/2012 22:35

The stay at this hotel was connected with our trip to Legoland, which is located within about 15 kms' range. We chose Margharete mainly due to the fact that it wasn't too expensive and provided a swimming pool. When the check-in day came, and we arrived at our destination, we saw a rather shabby building, which even at the first glance told us that it hadn't been renovated for decades. Some of the letters forming the name of the hotel had fallen off, leaving some dirty dust spots behind them. Luckily, none of the three stars were gone ;). Inside, we were greeted by an elderly fellow, who I guess was the owner. After I asked him about how to configure the Internet and whether it was free of charge or not, he couldn't give me a clear answer about that. (Later, I figured by myself that this service was paid, unfortunately). The hotel room was more or less OK, except from the fact, that it was very poorly lit, What's worse, one of the light bulbs short-circuited and almost exploded when it was switched on, sending a fat spark on a bed below. There wasn't any shampoo in the bathroom, except for some all-body shower gel, which hadn't been replenished before our arrival and was very soon gone short of. Since we checked in in the afternoon, and there weren't any suitable places to eat dinner in the area, we decided to eat at the hotel. I must say that I wouldn't serve my worst enemy the food that we ate there. The steak resembled an old sole, which had lied in water for weeks. Yet, it was almost raw inside, so you had to chew t veeery long, The french fries had an unpleasant taste, almost like plastic. The Ice-cream dessert had surely been stored in the fridge for weeks if not months , before it was served to us, The same referred to the whipped-cream topping on it. Another family, which sat not very far from us, complained on the quality of food as well (cork crumbs in the glass of wine, incompletely fried chicken, etc.) So - the dinner was a disaster, and not only that: it cost us more, than the eat-as-much-you-can dinner that we had the following day at Legoland!. As mentioned above, the positive thing about the hotell was the swimming pool, even though it was a rather small one and only 1,2 m deep. Reassuming: The hotel needs an upgrade, not only of its structure, but also - the level of its service.