Our second stay in this hotel was just as good as the first. Our room was spacious & comfortable & very clean. Only criticism is that rooms are quite dark as windows are small. It takes us about 20 minutes to walk into the city centre but bus stop is right outside hotel if you don't want to walk. Also the no.2 bus from the airport goes to the hotel. Very cheap at €2.50 each.
The hotel is half way up a mountain, which may put a lot of people off. On our trip we tended to walk down from the hotel, which takes about 40 minutes to the centre of the city, and get a cab back due to the VERY steep hill. A cab from the stand in the main part of the city costed us just under 10 Euros.
As for the hotel itself, the view from our balcony was stunning - looking out over the whole city. The hotel staff were incredibly helpful and efficient and helped us to book trips and cabs etc. It seemed nothing was too much trouble.
My only gripes - and they are minor - was that the double bed had only one pillow each and two rather small duvets, and the shower cubicle was extremely small. Aside from that I would highly recommend this hotel.
My husband and I and 3 children enjoyed the room with 2 sets of bunkbeds. It was clean and minimal in expense. The hotel location was not ideal, but we walked or bused everywhere to see Salzburg. Staff were helpful. Didn't use the 6.95€/adult breakfast. Used laundry, but it was slow and only one machine. Free WiFi was weak in our room, so used it when un the lobby. I'd still recommend Meininger to others.
"Remote location, but quiet and near public transit"
I was misled by the pictures, which indicated a restaurant onsite. Unfortunately this was not available except for large groups, and there are no great food options within walking distance, which made our first night uncomfortable. The staff was friendly and helpful, though, and we would probably return to Turnerwirt if we ever come back to Salzburg.
The family-run hotel Turnerwirt is located on the outskirts of Salzburg, only 2 km away from the enchanting city centre. Due …More