Boston, Massachusetts, Afghanistan
January 31, 2005
It has been a hotel for the past 30 years and has been renovated to be up-to-date while retaining old charms, like the beamed ceilings and almost precarious stairways. It is comfortable, warm, and cozy (yes—small rooms).
It is inexpensively priced for Salzburg, and what you get is an excellent location and a pleasant, welcoming place to hang your hat. What you do not get is television or radio in the room, the services of a concierge, or an in-house restaurant or bar. If those things are not important to you, consider staying here.
The proprietor, Herr Bachleitner, is friendly, knowledgeable about his hometown, and believes in offering a service to travelers. The hotel has been in his family for the past 30 years, and he is justifiably proud of it. He will welcome you easily should you decide to visit.
From journal Christmas in Salzburg