Austria Trend Hotel Congress Innsbruck
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAustria Trend Hotel Congress Innsbruck
Austria Trend Hotel Congress Innsbruck, apart from being a mouthful, is an excellent choice for anyone looking to stay in Innsbruck. It is located directly across from the train that heads up the mountain, so is very convenient for skiers and sightseers. The hotel is a short walk to the city's old town, 5-10 minutes, depending on your pace. The staff was extremely courteous and kind and was very accommodating. We found the rooms to be of excellent quality: large and spacious, well appointed, aptly furnished, and very comfortable. The beds were large and of high quality, as were the linens. The only thing missing was a bathtub. There is parking directly below the hotel which costs 12 euros per night. A EuroSpar is located right next door to make for ease of purchasing any groceries of otherwise.
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