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Laundromats in Salzburg

My husband and I are travelling to Salzburg soon and wanted to know if there were any laundromats near Hotel Elefant in Salzburg.

Posted by
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Just google "Waschsalon Salzburg", and you should get a map locating them.

Posted by
1523 posts

Maybe you should ask in your hotel about a laundry service.

Posted by
169 posts

Problem with those hotel services is that they are expensive.

Austria does not have many laundromats as people have washing machines etc. in their apartment buildings. Vienna is the exception. There was a small chain there last year when I visited.

Posted by
3486 posts

Cross the bridge ( Staatsbrucke ) , and walk a few blocks ( Linzer Gasse ) to Wolf Dietrich Strasse , turn left - one block to Norge Exquisit ( Waschsalon ) . You can drop it off in the morning and pick it up late in the day , very reasonable price , as I recall . - https://www.google.com/maps/place/Norge+Exquisit/@47.8024965,13.0459916,17z/data=!4m12!1m6!3m5!1s0x47769063dc0a9fdb:0xbd6f6ebc0648b9ee!2sHotel+Elefant!8m2!3d47.7997807!4d13.0443757!3m4!1s0x0:0x44e3286b533f65a0!8m2!3d47.805364!4d13.0473429

Posted by
13000 posts

If you asked about the location of a laundromat in Vienna, I could give you the information, but not Salzburg. I would ask the Rezeption personnel at your hotel.

Posted by
580 posts

Google Map search "bubblepoint salzburg". I use Bubblepoint when I'm in Innsbruck, I think they have shops all around Austria.

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16941 posts

I think steven identified the closest one. Trying to get the OP to do their own research.

Posted by
114 posts

Thank you Sam and Steven for the fast reply. We will check out those two when we are there.
Gerry,Fred : Are the laundromats you were going to mention in Vienna in Innere Stadt area? If you know any in Innere Stadt that would be great too, we are going there next.

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3486 posts

As far as laundromats in Vienna ( waschsalon ) , this is the one I use , a ten minute U Bahn trip from Stephansplatz - Take the U3 from Stephansplatz to Schlachthausgasse , about 4 -5 stops , ten minutes . turn left out of the station and walk two blocks down Schlachthausgasse to " Green and Clean " . The place was spotless , with new machines in excellent condition . https://www.google.com/maps/place/Green+%26+Clean/@48.1947542,16.4057768,15.75z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x476d0744ba7d6615:0x611e76b25d47b0f8!8m2!3d48.1954744!4d16.4080991

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Green and Clean is really the only self-service laundromat I know of in Austria. There just really isn't a market for this kind of thing here. If you visit their website, you can see their locations in Vienna - none of which are in the first district.

http://www.greenandclean.at/en/

There are, however, places in the first district where you can drop of your clothes for laundering and then pick them up a day or two later. These are expensive.

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@ Anu...The laundromats I know of in Vienna are not in the Innere Stadt, which most likely won't help you. I'll give you the info just in case.

One is down from Westbahnhof, ca 30 mis walk or so called "Schnell und Sauber Wasch Center, Westbahnstrasse 60 (?). It's across from the police station, 1070 Wien.

The other is in a different part of the city called "Speed Queen" Waschsalon, at the corner of Nußdorfstraße and Vereinsstiege, across the street from the yellow Billa market and Pulverturmgasse. I saw "Speed Queen" when I went out there on this trip to check out Pulverturmgasse.

Posted by
114 posts

Ouch ! Ok looks like I need to plan in advance since there arent any near where we are headed in Vienna .Thanks everybody for the big help .

Posted by
13000 posts

Where are you headed in Vienna? The closest U-Bahn station to your hotel?

Posted by
4698 posts

If you are willing to use 2-3 hours of your precious vacation time sitting in a laundromat, then are you not willing to take 20 minutes each way on the subway?

For me, as my vacation time is precious, I pay the hotel to do my laundry so that I can spend those 2-3 hours pleasantly.

Posted by
10122 posts

Another alternative is to bring enough clothing with you.

Yikes! Big suitcases/heavy packing. I would rather wash in my hotel sink (and do so) than pack enough clothes for two weeks!