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Pension Adler Reviews

Wildschönauer straß 192, 6314 Niederau, Innsbruck, Austria

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23 Total Reviews
  • 91%Value For Money
  • 85%Security
  • 88%Location
  • 95%Staff
  • 88%Atmosphere
  • 88%Cleanliness
  • 89%Facilities

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Very comfortable and homey atmosphere, friendly staffs


Wonderful staff! The location is great, right next to the Alps. Even though the hostel isn't in Innsbruck, it's easy to get there and totally worth it. I strongly recommend to anyone who wants to see Austrian Alps, hike, wander around, meet other travellers or just relax.


It is the perfect hostel if you want to go hiking. It is a calm hostel very close to a ski resort and the staff, Emma is friendly, helpfull, she is just amazing. The only negative aspect is; there was a rooster singing at 6 in the morning.


Great staff. Nice place. Very close to mountain. They also got a kitchen for guest. Safe deposit at reception. Will stay again.

  • 3rd Aug 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • China
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)


Fun, friendly and relaxed hostel. Thoroughly enjoyed my 3 night stay in this gem of a hostel in niederau. Luxury rooms compared to most hostels, had a private room with ensuite. The hostel has a kitchen(supermarket 2 minutes away) and a really welcoming common room. Awesome location if you're looking for a city break, fresh air and scenery. Can't say enough about the staff. Jim and Emma went above and beyond to show us a good time and make us feel at home.


A truly lovely stay that's more apline ski lodge than hostel. The staff are extremely welcoming and there is friendly atmosphere (bar, common room, TV & movie room) in which to meet other travelers. The location - a valley in the Alps - is gorgeous. My only compliant would be that our 5 bed room only had 2 power outlets (1 of which was in the bathroom); this wasn't a big issue for our group, but the room could probably use more power sources. NB: the sign out front reads "Apsley Ski Lodge."


It felt just like home, the hostel staff make you feel so welcome it's like being in a big family. I originally only booked two Nights and have now stayed four and planning on staying more! It has extremely great access for hiking close to shops, kitchen facilities. It's such a personal experience for everyone that stays. So beautiful even though it is far from Innsbruck it will not disappoint you!

  • 27th Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


First of, the hostel is called Apsley Ski Lodge, not Pension Adler and its located in Niederau a 20min busride from Wörgl, not in Innsbruck. Make sure to read the location instructions! The staff is very friendly, helpful and are glad to recommend different activites for you in Niederau which is an incredibly beautiful mountain-village in a pittoresque alpine setting. Breakfast is included but simple, the wi-fi is unstable except on the ground floor. I would definitely recommend this hostel!


The Hostel is 1,5 h away from Innsbruck. But if you wanna go hiking, not exploring Innsbruck, thats perfect. You also get a free ticket for the cable car - there are close to the hostel. The staff speaks ONLY ENGLISH. Supermarket and bus stop close to the hostel.


Loved the atmosphere, lovely village. I stayed at summertime, so no bar or chef, but didn't bother me at all. Best wifi, staff was amazing.


I greatly enjoyed my stay at Pension Adler! The people there were terrific. They were incredibly friendly and helpful. It was also nice to have breakfast included and the area cards were extremely convenient. The area and town is beautiful and has great access to tons of hiking trails. The town is a bit out of the way if you want to travel to Salzburg or Innsbruck, but not terrible. It's a good 1.5 to 2 hours by train to get to those cities. Overall had a great time!

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