Appereantly the building was built in 1976 for the Olympic Games and it shows, because it hasn't been renovated much since then. The first thing that really bothered me was that the e-mail was stating the check-in is only possible after 5pm, but at the arrival the receptionist told me I could've already check-in before 5pm. You have to pay a few extra bucks for the sheets and for some reason you have to leave your ID card as a deposit for the keys. The rooms itself are really basic, small and filled with old furniture. I also got a broken locker so I had to get a new one. The toilets and showers are ok, but there is no soap or towels. There is a Wi-Fi in the hostel, but unfortunately you have to pay 3€ for a 24-hour username and password, which I found really outrageous. Most of the staff is not exactly too friendly, although the last day of my stay there was a pretty friendly guy, who even set up the breakfast more than an hour early and let us have it, which was great because I got up really early. With that being said, this is a really basic and a little overpriced accommodation, but unfortunately there aren't many good alternatives in Innsbruck.
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