- Reviews: 97
Pension Hoffman: Great value B+B
My single room was quaint, homely, clean and very quiet.
E$30,00 per night for a single room with bathroom (shower + hairdryer), TV (cable), kettle, cupboard, table and single bed. Breakfast was included, but I must admit that I never actually tried the breakfast.
About a 2 minute walk to the bus stop (which is the terminus of that route). About a 25 minute bus ride in to town. B+B is located in a residential area on the outskirts of the city. Few dining opportunities close by, but a short bus trip in to town which has loads of eating options.
Great value for money.
- Reviews: 209
Great Bed and Breakfast
This is a awesome view from the Bed and Breakfast we stayed at. The lady that lived there was very nice and welcome us with open arms. Which was kind of new for me, Not many people will greet you that way. At least I don't see it as much. But over all it was a great stay, except it was a little bit warm for me to sleep, since there is no AC in the house. But that is ok.
- Reviews: 10
Gasthaus Maria Plain: A beautiful view
Right beside one of the most historic Churches in Austria, and in the middle of one of the more spendid vistas, is the Gasthaus Maria Plain. Standing beside the Basilica "Maria Plain", a small church that is a destination all its own in Austria. But the somewhat secluded location of this Gasthaus, removed from the City of Salzburg makes for a comfortable respite from the rigors of sightseeing. The rooms are comfortable, but traditional, but it is the location that is worth the stay. Beware, for I found that the front doors were locked at 23:00, and I had to hoist my girlfriend into the bathroom window on the second floor in the back before our parents found out!
Next door to Maria Plain, a world away from anything else!
- Reviews: 27
Pension Maria Gassner: Comfortable and reasonably priced guest house
Found this pension on the internet on Salzburg's tourism website. The pension is located along Moostrasse where there are also other plenty guest houses. This area is about 10mins bus ride away from the old city. The frequency of the bus is rather good with a bus every 110-20mins or so. The last bus to Moostrasse is about 11pm. The environment in Moostrasse is idyllic and nature. The Austrain Alps are located just 'behind' the guest house. Very quiet and peaceful place. There is also a horse farmhouse nearby. The guest house owner, Maria is a very friendly lady. She speaks good English and is always asking how i was doing. She owns 2 guest houses, each of them just across the road opposite each other. I stayed opposite to the main guest house at that time. The guest house is very well-kept and clean. Breakfast is not too bad.
Clean, great environment, near to the city in just 10mins bus ride, nice guest house owner, comfy room.
- Reviews: 485
Haus Mayerhofer: Elisabeth Mayerhofer, empress of hospitality...
In Salzburg we stayed for 3 nights at Haus Mayerhofer, a charming countryhouse on Moosstraße that is only a 15-minute bus ride (and a 10-minute walk) from the Old City. The food and service were great, and all for the low price of 18 euros per person (the price would have been 20 euros per person if we had only taken one of the two rooms, but since there were four of us, it was exactly what we were looking for). I definitely recommend Haus Mayerhofer if you are looking for peace and quiet after a day of exploring the sights and sounds of Salzburg.
Our hostess, Elisabeth, was very nice and accommodating. She was more than happy to recommend sites and itineraries and kept looking to make our stay in Salzburg as enjoyable as possible. Her breakfasts were simply incredible: delicious fresh bread, cold meats, eggs, jelly, Nutella, fruit... The four of us combined could hardly manage to eat half of what was served. Elisabeth even offered to give us a lift downtown on our first night in Salzburg because we didn't know the area very well yet. She was certainly one of the mose dedicated hosts I have ever met... Just don't call her Sissi! :)
- Reviews: 93
Cheap accomodation on Moosstrasse
There are a ton of pensions and b&bs and guesthouses on Moosstrasse. They are all affordable and all within a 15/20 minute bus ride from the city center (bus no. 15 I believe). While I recommend staying in the city center if possible, Moosstrasse hotels aren't a bad choice if you're staying in town longer than three days. You get to stay in the country and see the Alps and fortress from a far, which just beautiful, but you also are 15 minutes from the hussle and bussle of the city.
- Reviews: 93
Haus Ballwein: Haus Ballwein
I've never stayed here, but the administrator at Salzburg College speaks highly of it and says the price can't be beat. That is where she recommends parents stay when they visit their kids at the college and want a nice and affordable place to stay. It is located on Moosstrasse... about a 15 minute bus ride from the town. And the buses come frequently and are very efficient. If you google the name Haus Ballwein or Pension Ballwein or just Salzburg Ballwein you should be able to find the specific location and contact information.
- Reviews: 101
Salzburg-Aigner Strasse: Gesu Cristo! Il squalo!
The first night we were in a double, with our own beds (no bunkbeds) and our own bathroom. That was nice, but not really necessary, so the next night we stayed in a 6-person room, but there were only 2 other people in there, which was nice. That room had two sinks, two toilets and two showers-very nice.
The whole place was Very Clean.
As far as hostel beakfast goes, breakfast at Aigner Strasse was great. There was coffe, tea, warm and not-so-warm milk, cereal, granola, rolls, cold cuts, jam and butter. The best part was there didn't seem to be any kind of one-roll-per-person limit like there is at a lot of other hostels.
There is also a TV and game room downstairs, which is cool if you are really tired and don't have the energy to drag your butt into town. You never know, you might even catch Jaws in Italian like we did.
- Reviews: 5
Pension Jahn: Cheap, clean and near railway station
This is, in my opinion, the only place I stayed in Salzburg that deserves to be mentioned.
It is a family run pension very next to the railway station. Rooms are furnished in an acceptable way and very very clean. There is a private parking.
The Jahn family ( they are chinese or something like that ) are very friendly and professional. It is close to a commercial center and fifteen minutes walking from the city center. They also accept bookings without credit card or payement in advance.
Private parking, price, location if you travel by train.
- Reviews: 25
University of Salzburg dorm rooms: Room on the Cheap
Contact any tourist line in Salzburg and ask about rooms in the University of Salzburg dorms. These rooms are very nice, extremely clean and a bathroom is usually attached to the room (meaning no walking down the hall). Two to three beds per room, and the price is about E20 a night, which is about $22. Can't beat that! Careful though because you could end up far from the old city, so ask about location before you commit.
Clean, new furniture, cheap.
- Reviews: 935
As you can see there was not a whole lot to be excited about in the upper loft room of the hotel but it was clean the the staff was friendly.
- Reviews: 807
Where to sleep?
I stayed in a Pension which was not far from the station and reasonable value. It was only about 2* but had satellite TV, shower in the room, continental breakfast included and check out at 11 the next morning. They staff were very friendly and helpful and spoke English. Most importantly I got a good nights sleep. It cost 43€ for double room with shower, 36€ for double room without and 65€ for a four bed room with shower.
To get there walk out of station towards hotel Europa, go under the bridge to Esso station. Take the road left and keep going until you get to No 4. (street name to follow) from there you can walk straight into the heart of the city.
- Reviews: 197
Say NO to Grandma
As we left the train, we were approached by this older woman who said she was part of the Mozart tour company (or something like that), and she called herself grandma. She offered us a room in an apartment, made it sound all nice and everything. We took it, and we regret it. Not because of the apartment, it was fine, but because of her.
She was a real b****!!! She pretended to be our mother. At first, she offered us FULL use of the kitchen, and then when we asked her why it was locked (and she was hardly ever around), she lectured us about previous tenants who stole utensils, and that we should tell her EXACTLY WHEN we wanted to use it. How were we supposed to know when we wanted to eat something, or put something in the fridge? Anyway, she complained when we had our clothes hanging out because they were wet (which has a funny story, so check the tip about 'The Hill Experience')
Anyway, I could go on for hours, so I'll spare you the rest. I just have one word of advice:
SAY NO TO GRANDMA!!!!!!!!!
- Reviews: 113
There are numerous hostels in...
There are numerous hostels in Salzburg.
About $13-14€ per night, depending on room size
They're extremely cheap. You will need to share a bathroom, and unless you're made a reservation for a private room with friends, you could share a room with up to 8 other people. But it's a great place to meet new people and share their experiences. Breakfast was included in the price, and lunch and dinner were reasonably priced (nothing gourmet, mind you, but well-balanced on a budget).
- Reviews: 20
Camp Kasern: Camping Site
Clean,less expensive,friendly host.Very easy to access .Close to the City Centre.
Internet ,great tea , good hot water shower , clean tents and not to mention the pally Host
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