Review:

Late one afternoon in Innsbruck, wandering the streets with the hordes of tourists, we came upon the Goldener Adler. Its plaque, right next to the front door, lists the names of the luminaries who have stayed there since its opening in 1390. The first name, from 1494, was Kaiser Maximillian I, and the roster continued: Willhelm Herzog von Bayern, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart... You get the idea. We went in to see how it looked. The receptionist was so disarmingly friendly that we asked to see a room, and it was simply fantastic: Number 410, a corner double with a view through its oval windows out over the rooftops and the mountains beyond. The price, we were told, was 1600 ($120). We asked if that was the best deal available and were given a 300 schilling ($23) discount. Sold.

We looked at a few other rooms and found them all to be clean and comfortable, with private bath, phone, color TV and radio, mini bar, hair dryer, cosmetic mirror and safe. Some are more expensive superior rooms, but for our money, Number 410 is definitely worth more than the price. Breakfast was excellent, and the hotel's main restaurant has an excellent reputation.

Street Address: Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse 6
City: Innsbruck
District:  
Country: Austria
Phone: 011 43 512 57 11 110
Fax: 011 43 512 58 44 09
E-mail:  
Website: bestwestern.com/en_US/book/hotels-in-innsbruck/best-western-plus-hotel-goldener-adler/propertyCode.89115.html
Quality: Rating: 4 stars
Value: Rating: 3 stars
Price Level: $$$-
Type: Hotel
Review:  
Street Address: Innrain 3
City: Innsbruck
District:  
Country: Austria
Phone: +43/512/59868-0
Fax: +43/512/572280
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Website: hotelinnsbruck.com/en/
Quality:  
Value:  
Price Level: $$--
Type: Hotel
Review:

Looking for an overnight in Innsbruck prior to catching a morning train to Zürich, we inquired in person about a room at the Schwarzer Adler, a three-star hotel of the Romantik group near the town center.

We booked a spacious and comfortable enough room, but a definite cut below the three hotels we had just come from. Unlike its country cousins, the Adler has no spas and no great public rooms with massive fireplaces to cozy up to on cold nights. It is a typical city hotel with a tiny street-level bar and a restaurant.

Street Address: Kaiser Jägerstrasse 2
City: Innsbruck
District:  
Country: Austria
Phone: 011 43 512 58 71 09
Fax: 011 43 512 56 16 97
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Website: deradler.com/nc/en/der-adler.html
Quality: Rating: 2 stars
Value: Rating: 2 stars
Price Level: $$$$
Type: Hotel
Review:

Once upon a time we checked into this hotel but, due to a sudden emergency, had to checkout about an hour after arriving. Despite our sudden retreat, we found the hotel to be a very pleasant, family-run place, with a nice café downstairs and simple but clean guestrooms. As a less expensive option it's a pretty good one. Furnishings are a little worn, but, again, the rooms are clean.

Lest we make the place sound too dire, note that there is a good choice of rooms, and some of the more expensive ones are nicely furnished. All the rooms have private bath, TV and telephone. Staff was very helpful, even at a busy time of the day, and they were surprisingly understanding when we just left which says quite a bit: they could have given us a hard time, but instead were gracious and polite.

Street Address: Kiebachgasse 8
City: Innsbruck
District:  
Country: Austria
Phone: 011 43 512 58 30 57
Fax: 011 43 512 58 30 575
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Website: roessl.at/en_index.html
Quality: Rating: 2 stars
Value: Rating: 2 stars
Price Level: $$$-
Type: Hotel