눉Unless you enjoy the feel of staying with someone else's unhinged grandparents in a a shabby, angry time-warp, avoid at all costs.
I have never yet met any hotel owner so unreasonable that they demanded to see my passport outside on a street when I was illegally live-parked after dark. The owner of the Pension Mozart demanded my passports on the street, and while I was willing to show them to him, and did, I was not willing to surrender them to him. I showed him the passports, my son went to bring our things up to the rooms, and I stayed below, as someone had to stay with the live-parked car. The owner had told me that he would take me to the paid parking area, I did not request this of him. But when I then asked him to show me where I could park my car, as he had mentioned, he became aggressive, and said no, that I had to come up and pay before I could be told where to park. Their claim that there is parking in front of the pension after 6 PM is nonsense, it is apparently from after 10 PM, and wasn’t even available. I explained that my son had already walked up to the room, and that I couldn’t leave the car illegally parked while I went up, and reasonably asked if I could give him the passports and credit card after I had properly secured the car. He refused, saying, no room key until you pay! He was openly mistrustful, and far more concerned with making sure he was instantly paid, than with helping me obey parking laws. I reminded him that my son and belongings were already in the room, and he was welcome to keep the room key until I could go up and pay, but I didn’t want to leave the car improperly parked. He angrily stomped off, leaving me standing next to the car on the darkened street. I finally had to go up to the hotel, up two flights of stairs, leaving my car illegally parked the whole time, pay and provide passports and check on my son, before the man would reveal to me where I could park my car.
눇Location was farther from center than advertised, this is the kindest thing I can say about this property.