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.
Pension Hutter is the cheapest possibility to sleep directely close to the airport, it is the next building to the - much more expensive - Airporthotel and also there you will not hear any noises of the airplanes landing or departing..
I was standing in front of these hotels and could not hear any noises, it is even a lot more quiet than in most places in the centre of Salzburg.
The Prices in Pension Hutter are moderate :
single-room : 40 - 49 euros
double-rooms : 62 - 76 euros
Triple-rooms : 84 - 99 euros
these prices are per room, per night
There are enough parking-spaces in front of the Pension Hutter. To Hangar 7 it is a walking-time of about 20 minutes, or maybe they have a better access to the other side of the airfield that I did not find !
Airporthotel Salzburg has a really excellent place close to the airport of Salzburg, about 200 meters from the main entrance and roll-fields, BUT still you will almost NOT hear any noises of starting or landing airplanes.
They have their own garage, but also the public parking of the airport is just about 50 meters from the hotel.
The Airporthotel is not really a cheap place :
Singlerooms are 95,- to 125 euros
double rooms are 135,- to 175 euros
all prices include breakfast-buffet
You may get easily to this hotel , when you arrive at the highway A1 or when you take the bus from the city-centre of Salzburg to Salzburg - Flughfafen.
When reserving a room in this hotel, please considder,
that cancellations are free of charge
only untill 7 days before arrival
untill 04.00p.m. !!
We had rented an apartment in Bayrisch Gmain, just across the border in Germany.We needed about 30 minutes to get to the parking garage in Salzburg's centre,not bad at all.The aprtment had two bedrooms,a nice living-room, kitchen, toilet, bathroom. A coin operated washing machine and dryer were in the cellar, bikes could be used without any extra charge.
True, when renting an aprtment there is no maid service and you have to make your own bed, but I think the extra space is well worth it.
It was the second time we had stayed there and it won't be the last.
There is a bus service into the centre of Salzburg, also to the airport.
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.
This was the closer campsite to Salzburg still open in October so we decided to try it. We were not disappointed, specially with the showers - superb! Best shower I ever had in a campsite :)
There is a kitchen you can use and also a bar selling drinks and hot food but we didn't try it, we went to Salzburg for food.
In October 05 we paid 13 euros for 2 people and a small tent.
Camping Kasern has a website with prices and information how to get to the camping (see below). But please note the bus number has changed from number 15 to number 21. Just follow the website instructions with this change in mind and you'll be fine.
From Salzburg Airport to the Camping, by bus:
Outside the terminal, get bus number 2. Most people will get off at the main station (Hauptbanhof), you can carry on inside the bus and get off at "Mirabellplatz" (third stop after the station). Cross the road and them take bus number 21. Get off at bus stop "Jagewirt" which is right in front of the Camping Kasern.
The bus system in Sazlburg is excellent, the buses indicate how the next stop is called and all bus stops have timetables, it's very easy to use. You can buy the ticket from machines or from the driver.
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.
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.
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.
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).
Pflegerbruecke - a family run pension, situated near Salzburg (Grodig), in great surroundings.
The room was beautiful, very clean and included satellite TV, telephone,balcony and very nice bathroom with a great shower .
The staff was very helpful; the owners were present all the time and very welcoming.
The guesthouse has an indoor restaurant, a nice outside terrace and a playground for children.
Spacious room with couch, writing desk and side table, modern clean bathroom. Like they say on their website, it's the traditional Austrian sense of well being, combined with modern design.
Next to bus stop, in a quiet part of the town, direct connection by bus to the main railway station. Small private parking lot.
This is a nice campground. The facilities are good and you can hire bungalow tents and small caravans. The location is far from scenic but there is a large store nearby where you can buy camping gas etc. I wouldn't return here as the location is not as scenic as Camping Schloss Aigen.
Because there was a big bike race that weekend, we had a hard time finding a place to stay. We ended up at the Hotel Itzlinger Hof, which turned out to be a nice place, even if it was a bit more expensive (probably due to the bike race), and not close to the center of town.
We had a quad room which was 1 double bed and 1 pull-out couch, which was actually more comfortable that it sounds. I don't know if this is true of all the rooms, but the bathroom was a bit odd. There was a window with a shade between the main room and the bathroom, so if you were in the bathroom with the light on and it was dark in the main room, your silouette was visible.
The linens were nice, although again we had the down comforter as the only blanket, which was way too much for 70+ degrees Farehneit.
However, the service was good, and the dinner we had in the restaurant was wonderful! The restaurant was not crowded at all (when we first sat down only 2 other tables were occupied), and the waiter (same person who seemed to run everything else in the hotel) made some suggestions and had the kitchen make us a traditional desert that I don't think was on the menu.
Breakfast was included, and the same man was working the breakfast area the next day. He must be a hard worker!
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! :)
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