EuroCheapo's guide to hotels in Innsbruck
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The two-star Pension Stoi is located in the historical center of Innsbuck within easy walking distance of the city's university, train station and casino. Some of the hotel's 17 rooms have en suite bathrooms while others have shared facilities.
The three-star City-Hotel Goldene Krone is located inside of a baroque building in Innsbruck’s historical center, just next to Maria-Theresien-Street, the biggest shopping street in town. All 36 guestrooms include a cable TV and telephone.
Renovated and reopened in 2010, the three-star Basic Hotel: Innsbruck is located in the Hotting-Mariahilf neighborhood near the city’s university. All 23 rooms provide a cable TV, writing desk and private bathroom with hair dryer.
The three-star Ibis Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof is located in front of the city’s main rail station and within easy walking distance of the Old Town Square and most tourist sights of Innsbruck.
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Packed with restored churches, museums and shops—and located in skiing and hiking central—Innsbruck is unsurprisingly a popular destination. Luckily, with plenty of conveniently located one- and two-star hotels, it doesn’t have to be off limits to budget travelers.
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