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Historical Traveler Reviews Ibis Innsbruck
We were only for one night. Very clean, rooms & bathrooms a bit small but not very expensive and very good location. Typical business hotel.
Great value and service
We stayed at the Ibis in June 2006. It is not located in the best part of town but very handy for Trains and Buses,both stations just a few yards away.The rooms were spotless,simple furnishings but well designed with King size beds. Breakfast is extra(9 euros) with a good choice and value for money. The staff were most pleasant and helpful, recommending restaurants and places of interest. The old town is a 10 minute stroll plenty of interesting shops and Museums, the town in general is very safe both day and night. This is a modern Hotel, just over a year old and excellent value for money.
Very comfartable clean room, perfect location, good breakfast, friendly staff. Free internet use. I would recommend to all and definetly go back again.
down sides are
paying for car park & breakfast
rooms dont have hair dryer so be prepared.
Great Value Hotel
We stayed at this hotel in late July '06.
We arrived by train from Munich. Finding the entrance posed a puzzle at first, eventually we found the escalator. However we could have entered directly from the lower floor in the train station istelf, which is the most convenient route.
Check in was fast and friendly. The rooms were very clean. Soundproofing was excellent, shower was good and the AC worked perfectly.
Views are limited (except for rooms 201, 301, 401) with our room facing on to a building across the street.
We didn't try the breakfast (Eur 9), instead opting for the deli in the Mpreis supermarket in the train station, great for people watching and good value too.
The location is good. It is beside the train/bus station so this is great for trips to surrounding villages and cable cars. It is 10 minutes walk to the Old Town and 5 minutes walk to Sillpark shopping centre.
Overall we were very happy with the hotel. It represented good value for money. The staff were freindly and the free internet access in the lobby was a bonus.
There were 2 couples who stayed at the Ibis hotel in Innsbruck for 4 nights and had quite different first impressions - one couple had no problem checking in, and found their room to be clean, functional and comfortable. The other couple were given a room (and key!) to a room that belonged to someone else, then moved to a smoking room (despite having booked a non-smoking room) and were finally, after an hour's wait, given a non-smoking room that had a blocked toilet! However, the Ibis' location (just opposite the train station) made it easy to get to, and it was only a 5-10 minute walk from the old town. The fact that it wasn't in the old town meant that we weren't kept awake all night by the sound of firecrackers going off at all hours (as they tend to do, over the Xmas & New Year). The buffet-style breakfast was one of the highlights, and the free internet access also has to earn the Ibis another gold star. Overall, we'd have to say that this hotel is a bit of a mixed bag - it's a clean, efficient, contemporary hotel which lacks character and that personal touch.
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... only to be awoken, whilst in the deepest sleep, by Gilly's, what I can only call totally unnatural violent snoring. After shouting a few expletives at him to shut up, which had no effect whatsoever, I decide to get up and go back to the bar.
When I returned at 1am, Les woke up and asked me why I was dressed and was I going out?
Miles today - 120
Total mileage so far - 912
... to storm the castle!
The evening concluded with a reception hosted by Lutheran Hour Ministries to welcome everyone! Kurt Buchholz and I both spoke briefly and then continued meeting and talking to our fellow travelers.
There were some curve balls thrown at us today, but were able to persevere which makes me so proud to be traveling with God's people.
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... that everything was fixed and I could come back. So, I did my tour of the salt mines, which to be honest was a let down (no English guide so I had no idea what was going on! But you do get to go down the miners slides which was fun!). When I picked up Lily I went to start her, and those pesky lights weren't working. The guy came out and they damn started up again! I was beginning to think Lily was showing off for men! So off I went to the eagles nest. I wasn't sure ...
... called Manna, where we sat outside and enjoyed the best schnitzel we have both ever had while staring at the alps in the background! Our second and final day there we dedicated to going up the alps, something we were both really excited about. We took the Hungerburg Funicular (a train) to get right to the base of the alps in town, and then we took the Nordketten Cable Cars as high as we could take them! Once we rode the last ...