Salzburg - Eduard Heinrich-Haus Reviews
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Het is er schoon en het ontbijt is goed. Probleem is de afstand naar de stadscentrum ongeveer 3 km. Wel verblijf je in een prachtige omgeving en krijg je twee uur gratis wifi.
Rooms were clean, and very big lockers which was nice. Breakfast was great and lots of beautiful sitting areas in the back with a ping pong table and novelty-sized chess board :). Reception was nice and helpful except for one time when we went at 10am to ask a question and instead of answering the question she said, "reception closes at 10." Weird, but great experience otherwise.
Wifi only available in the reception area is inconvenient.
My stay here was wonderful! The hostel is difficult to find, but here's a couple tips: you can take the 3 or 8 bus to Herrnau, and if you walk all the way down Egger-Lienz-Gasse (and I mean ALL THE WAY, past the Haus Humbolt), you'll find a trail in the woods. Walk straight along the trail, and you'll see a fence and gazebo appear on your side, and a building--that's the hostel. Once you hit the road from the forrest trail, it's on your right! Staff is friendly. Must pay for WiFi, 1 euro/hour.
This hostel is the most confortable I have ever stayed! It looks like a hotel. Its big, there is a big garden. The rooms are very big, with a nice window. The shower is amaing and it is inside the bedroom. The smell of the bathroom was not very good. The breakfast is the best with breads, 3 types of cheese, salami, juices, many different coffies. Its very cheap. The only bad thing is that is far from the center. But with a tram its just 10 minutes. Its also very quiet and fresh!!!
Quality of accommodation was good and clean. Unfortunately, as expected was a bit of a trek from Salzburg train station (by bus and then a confusing walk). Absolutely NO kitchen facilities, which is not mentioned, and there are no eateries within walking distance (especially on a Sunday!). Also very noisy at night - groups of children stay over summer who were still so loud (shouting, running up and down corridors, knocking doors) after 11pm that I had to complain several times, to little effect
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Staff were amazing, really friendly and welcoming. Great place to stay.
I stayed there when there was a LARGE group of children. I didn't have to share a room with any of them, but it was still weird. Also, it was hard for me to find it from the train station. I don't remember seeing clear directions on how to find it, so I ended up walking, which took almost two hours and wasted a lot of my time in the city. The facilities were nice and clean, and that is the most important for me, so overall it was a decent stay.