At The Keep Eco Residence, you’ll enjoy an authentic, eco-conscious Salzburgian experience.
In addition to the fun cultural events and delicious Austrian pastries, our team has designed the rooms in a way that really make you feel like you’re staying in the beating heart of the city surrounded by the Alps and natural wood.
We offer guests the best of both worlds.
The warm and inviting community of a hostel and the comfort and privacy of a hotel. After a fun-filled day enjoying the company of other travellers, eating fresh Austrian cuisine and attending events in the buzzing Keep Living common area, you’ll love returning to the peace and tranquility of your private room for some rest.
Our designers have purposefully combined cool hues with dashes of bright colours and soft lighting to create an eye-catching, modern design that mimics the relaxing ambiance of the nature in Austria and more specifically, Salzburg.
You’ll always enjoy good night’s rest no matter how long you’re staying thanks to the comfortable pillows, blankets, and mattresses. Because you’ll have your own private room (no sharing!), you’ll never have to worry about having enough room to stretch your legs and store your luggage and personal belongings.
Guests that stay in these rooms will feel comfortable as they will have their own private sink and shower.
Fun fact: We took truck tarps (large sheets of strong, flexible, waterproof material) and upgraded them for our showers!
There are clean, well-maintained communal toilets that are available on each floor.
Eco-conscious Room Design and Function
When you stay at The Keep Eco Residence in Salzburg, you “Stay for Good” – the good of the environment and all that live in it.
Staying true to our mission of promoting sustainability for the longevity and health of the planet, we have implemented cradle to cradle design from top to bottom. What does this mean? The aim of using the cradle to cradle model is to completely avoid waste.
All materials used in our eco residence are:
- reused and upgraded
- used in continuous cycles as the same product without losing its value and usefulness
- upcycled to transform it into something that was even more useful than before
- disposed of in any natural environment and decomposed into the soil, providing nutrients for small life forms without negatively affecting the natural environment
Almost all new materials purchased are done so under the principles of the cradle to cradle model.