Salzburg - Eduard Heinrich-Haus Reviews
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I was lost the first time came there because of some misunderstanding in getting direction.... But the people living there were so "nett" that one old man helped to bring us to the hostel... Thanks god! Otherwise, the wifi is free but time-consuming was too short that we had to re-connect every 30 minutes.... It could be the longer like 1 or 2 hours the better.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
This hostel had an amazing buffet breakfast which my friends and I thoroughly enjoyed each morning. The place itself felt more like a hotel and there wasn't the greatest atmosphere for meeting other travelers but I did appreciate that it was significantly cheaper than other hostels during the time between Christmas and New Years when I was there. It was difficult to find (especially at night) but once we got there the staff was friendly and room was comfortable. Didn't like paying for wifi...
It's a long walk from the bus stop, and quite dark at night. Also there's is no elevator so if you have a big luggage it will be a problem.
It's not too hard to find, but the directions are not so good written. The rooms are fantastic, but you must pay for wifi...
very far from central station. however good place and great breakfast. also wifi had issues
Their internet connection is available only near reception, but the reception area is closed at night. So i can't use the internet at all in the evening. It's very disappointing for travelers. And their internet connection is very bad, too slow.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
About a 20 minute bus from the centre, this hostel had very friendly staff, a pizza oven and was a very good price. Considering the salzburg card gives you free transport, I would highly recommend this hostel, even if it is a little difficult to find.
Have to work on the direction given to customer , I would suggest that they tell the customer to stop on the next bus stop instead of the one they suggested. It took me ages to look for the hostel.
A fantasticn hostel with a friendly staff and good facilities. It is quite far from the station though but public transit in Salzburg is cheap so it is not a big issue.
A little bit far out of the centre of town but accessible by bus, this hostel was pleasant and suited us for a one night stay. The staff were friendly and the rooms were clean, breakfast was a typical continental selection. The wifi connection wasn't great, only accessible in the lobby and for slots of time as opposed to continuous, which could be a problem if you're looking to book something online during your stay or just have a private conversation.