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a&o Salzburg Hauptbahnhof
This newly-opened design budget hotel boasts 116 rooms housed in the historically-protected "Alten Brotfabrik" (old bakery) in the Fanny-von-Lehnert street in Salzburg. The former factory is a true one-of-a-kind in the Salzburg city history. The new design concept "a&o: next generation" makes the building a real highlight! The new heart of the building is the bright lobby and welcomes its guests with reception counters in a modern, colourful city look. A great night's sleep at a good price! Its central location, about 6 minutes from the Hauptbahnhof (central station), makes it easy to reach the Salzburg Altstadt (old town) in minutes using public transport. The hostel's friendly staff has plenty of suggestions for how to fill your leisure time. The a&o Hostels offer special services for class trips: There is free WiFi in all rooms, in the lobby and at the bar. Teachers and chaperones are welcome to have free open, non-alcoholic beverages at the bar.
MEININGER Hotel City Center Salzburg
This hotel offers you 3* comfort and is located on the Kapuzinerberg, the most beautiful lookout mountain in Salzburg, right next to the ZiB shopping centre. Its perfect location makes it a great starting point to discover Salzburg. Using public transport, it only takes about 15 minutes to reach the Altstadt (old town) with its pretty streets and town squares, as well as the most important sights, such as the Mozarthaus, the famous Getreidegasse with its diverse shopping areas, the Dom (cathedral) and the Festung Hohensalzburg (castle). You could also reach the city by foot in about 25 minutes. The rooms are bright and nicely-furnished. Soak in a breath-taking view of the city from the rooftop terrace.
Hotel Hohenstauffen ***
This picturesque hotel offers spacious and comfortable rooms just 10 minutes' walk from the old town Salzburg. Its location offers short walking distances to the central station with shops as well as to the nearby riverside. Some rooms are designed in the very typical “Alt-Salzburger-Stil”.