We just returned from a week staying in the “Two room apartment”. This place has more than two rooms. It has a bedroom, bathroom, living room, and small, yet adequate kitchen. The bedroom is small, so be careful in the night that you don’t smack your shin on the sharp corner of the bed when heading for the WC. Our landlady, Ruth, was easy to deal with, and the apartment was clean and comfortable. She had a nicely detailed instruction booklet out with pertinent information on using the TV, internet, dishwasher, washer and dryer, as well as a map of the city showing the location of her apartment and the closest bus stop. We arrived on a Saturday evening and discovered the next morning that the two closest grocery stores are closed on Sundays. Luckily the mini-mart at the gas station was open. We usually cooked breakfast at the apartment, then ate one nice meal in town. The bus stop is about 2 blocks away. Sometimes we took the bus, sometimes went on foot. The walk from the apartment generally took us around 25 minutes to get through the Monchberg tunnel into the old town area. It took a lot longer the first time, when we missed a turn and had to haul out our map to figure out where we went wrong. OK, we actually got lost on the way back a time or two, also. The streets run at odd angles. Having a good GPS on our phone came in handy more than once. If you want to stay in the heart of Salzburg and can afford the higher prices in that area, you may want to look elsewhere; but if you are on a budget and don’t mind staying in a quiet residential neighborhood and taking the bus into the town center, this is a great choice. We appreciated having a washer and dryer available. The apartment is about a 10 euro taxi ride from the airport. We were very pleased with our stay, and would gladly stay in this apartment again.