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Where I stay in when in Innsbruck. Only thing they don't have is a pool. Can't say enough the interior is neat, the location superb, the breakfast all you can eat, and the parking is very reasonable. But what really makes this place is the...More
a wonderful hotel in a wonderful location with a wonderful breakfast...all at the right price (for season and place). All the staff were kind and considerate, we'll certainly come back!
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We walked from the train station into the Old Town where Hotel Weisses Kreuz is located. We were met with a friendly desk staff and we had a clean, quiet, and comfortable room. The breakfast buffet had a large supply of baked goods and offered...More
We stayed at Hotel Weisses Kreuz for 4 nights and when we arrived we were wowed by the old world charm in the lobby of the hotel. However our overall experience was one of annoyance and disappointment. To get a better understanding of the hotel...More
We booked directly with the Hotel Weisses Kreuz for a weekend skiing/winter markets break with a group of friends. The booking process was easy and their helpful staff replied quickly to our request for a quiet room.
The location of the hotel was perfect, right...More
We were in Innsbruck in February so it's difficult to answer. We stayed in their largest room and the room was very comfortable plus there were approximately 4-5 windows that opened to the street. I would think given the... More
We were in Innsbruck in February so it's difficult to answer. We stayed in their largest room and the room was very comfortable plus there were approximately 4-5 windows that opened to the street. I would think given the narrowness of the street, you would get a breeze into the room. The trade off may be increased street noise at night. Having said that, the hotel is a wonderful place to stay