Great location, about 10 minute walk to historic city center, close to many bus lines (free if you stay more than 3 nights, with the 'welcome pass' provided) and the train station. recently renovated so rooms in great condition: small but functional (small kitchenette with cooking unit and fridge, well equipped). tastefully but minimally decorated, rain shower being the main splurge of luxury. stores and restaurants nearby.
the mattress on the platform bed is soft and thin, so had to switch with the kids to spend the rest of the trip on the sofa bed.
onsite caretaker is responsive, but note this is not a full hotel w/ reception and the like: inquiries are handled remotely from a parent hotel in the vicinity of Innsbruck. we were told the front door is locked late at night (keycode/card access) but it was never when we returned, even at times the adjacent cafe that shares the building was closed.
all in all, met our needs for family of 4 to explore the city for a few days.