BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Goldener Adler

Address: Herzog - Friedrich - Strasse 6, Innsbruck, Tirol, Austrian Alps, A-6020, Austria | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Herzog - Friedrich - Strasse 6, Innsbruck, is near The Golden Roof (Goldenes Dachl), Town Tower (Stadtturm), Ottoburg, and Klammsteiner.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Goldener Adler Innsbruck

      Reviewed by jayjay51

      One night in Innsbruck

      Reviewed May 27, 2013
      by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      A wonderful hotel with history and location. It has been revamped but has kept its old world charm. Voted best shower in Europe so far. The staff were excellent. The room was comfortable. The restaurant staff were able to recommend a wine to our liking, so we are now converted to Austrian reds!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by sameeksha

      Centrally located old town hotel

      Reviewed Sep 1, 2012
      by (4 reviews) , India Flag of India

      Living in a fairy land

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Goldener Adler Innsbruck

      My daughter cries for this hotel 3 weeks later

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      My three year-old daughter has never before been smitten with a hotel until the Goldener Adler. The staff is just the nicest we've ever met. At breakfast, they gave her hot chocolate and a ice cream swizzle stick. At night they gave her extra Mozartkugeln. She loved turning in the key to her new friends at the desk. Last night she cried that she wants to "go baaaack to thaaaat hotel."

      We, the adults, liked the Goldener Adler for these reasons:

      1. Large room and bathroom.

      2. AC!

      3. Gave us a room when we arrived early (12:30).

      4. Located in the Altstadt and around the corner from the river. You cannot get any more central than this.

      5. Great breakfast. Cold buffet yet a standout with high quality meats, homemade jams and a fabulous pumpkin seed bread. Coffee comes with steamed milk.

      6. Lovely cafe/restaurant out front with nice regional food. Also good for nursing a beer and watching the throngs pass by.

      7. Desk is not only nice to three year-olds, but also helpful on sightseeing -- i.e. how to get to the ski jump.

      Excellent Location - Great Staff

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      We stayed here for 2 nights this month. The staff was very friendly and accomodating. The rate was very reasonable, and they gave us an upgraded room. I believe this is one of the best locations in Innsbruck. It is literally right in the center of the old town. From our room the "Golden Roof" was clearly visible. The downtown shopping is right at your doorstep. If I return to Innsbruck this is where I'll stay.

      Happy With Selection

      from

      While the room was average but clean and comfortable, the staff and location are superb! I am a world traveler and recommend this hotel. It is located in a pedestrian plaza but you are permitted to bring your vehicle to the hotel and unload before parking in a public lot. The hotel has a special rate which is reasonable for the parking facility located a very short distance from the hotel.

      Fabulous location, great service!

      from

      This is a fantastic hotel.

      The location cannot be beat. It's so close to the centre of town, only 100 metres from the famous Goldenes Dachal and within walking distance of everywhere. It's also in a pedestrian zone, so there is no traffic noise to worry about.

      The staff were so friendly and helpful! They went out of their way to make us feel welcome and were very knowledgable about how to get to various tourist attractions. They even gave us several bus timetables and directions.

      The room we stayed in was very intriguing and I loved the decor. The beds were also extremely comfortable. They were a welcome relief after the hard, uncomfortable beds of German hotels.

      The food was great and there was quite a spread at breakfast.

      I loved Innsbruck and desperately want to go again. When I do, you can be sure that I wil stay at the Goldener Adler!

      Fantastic stay in Innsbruck.......

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      We spent 7 days over Christmas in the Goldener Adler in the centre of the old town in Innsbruck.

      We found the staff to be very friendly, pleasant and helpful....english was not a problem. The hotel is full of old world charm and central to the great shops and fantastic restaurants along with the christmas markets held in the street just outside our window. These markets added to the charm of our stay...if a little noisy.

      Breakfast was a big spread and along with the pleasant service we received from Barbara our waitress gave us a good start to the day!!!

      The room and bathroom were a good size, very clean with comfortable beds. It was also great that we could adjust the heating.

      We thoroughly ENJOYED out stay at the Adler apart from some street noise and have no problems recommending it to others.

      Great Service and Full of History

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      We stayed in this hotel Jan 4-6, 2004. The staff went out of there way to be very helpful for anything we needed. They were great.The rooms were clean and average in size, however, be aware that this hotel is very old. If the charm of staying in an old historic hotel is what you're looking for. Then this is your place. I found the decor and artwork to be particularly intriguing.The food was very good in the restaurant and was reasonably priced.I recommend staying here if you travel to Innsbruck.

      Fantastic location,pity about the rooms

      from

      A host of famous and historic characters have stayed in the Goldener Adler - from royalty to Maria Von Trapp. Its character and location in the heart of Innsbruck cannot be beaten, especially when you come back for a little apres piste refreshment - the Christkindl markets are right on your doorstep. But can't help feeling they could do more with the slightly shabby rooms...

      TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Goldener Adler Innsbruck

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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