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Yoho, a 170-bed Schallmoos hostel, is more formally known as International Youth Hotel Salzburg.
Located a few blocks west of the Hauptbahnhof, the family-owned two-star Hotel-Pension Adlerhof is a likeable four-story option with both traditional and modern rooms.
The Pension Elisabeth, a 24-room midrange-to-budget option in northern Schallmoos, is one of the more attractive cheapo options in town.
Hotel Lasserhof is perfect in the low season for just about everyone, including groups of younger travelers and families.
We love the bright, whimsical and mildly wacky Hotel Bergland, a family-owned three-star hotel in residential Schallmoos.
The three-star Hotel Drei Kreuz is a friendly 24-room hotel situated in eastern Schallmoos at the foot of Kapuzinerberg.
The Pension Sandwirt is such a good deal and the owners are so friendly that we just had to include it.
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Salzburg attracts tourists with its rich musical history and charming Altstadt, which can get expensive quickly. Happily, the city’s affordable hotels, pensions and hostels make it possible for budget travelers to enjoy the city without feeling (ahem) von-Trapped by their budgets.
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