This hotel has everything: great location in the Altstadt, friendly and welcoming personnel, beautiful & pleasantly quirky rooms themed to the famous Salzburg Festival of opera/concerts/theater and a top-notch restaurant with very atmospheric seating on the narrow cobblestone street. Our room, #43, was themed to the opera Il Trovatore and had a small terrace from which to enjoy morning coffee and evening drinks, or just to have a little time reading a good book. The in-room refrigerator was well-stocked (initial supply of beverages is included, after that, requires payment), and in-room coffee and tea were on hand, all of good quality. Very comfortable and pleasant, so highly recommended.
Located in Altstadt, this hotel is steps from Residenzplatz Square, Salzburg Cathedral, and Mozart's Birthplace. St. Francis …More
Located on a square, directly opposite Mozart's house, this graceful and gracious hotel was close to everything we wanted to do. It is within sight of the pedestrian bridge (the "locks bridge") across the river to the old town center.
Our junior suite was large and well decorated, with a wonderfully spacious bath. Mirror everywhere. Comfortable bed.
Breakfast is a feast and included with the room. Irresistible pastries, abundant and delicious cheeses, slices of ham, prosciutto, turkey ham, fresh fruit, stewed fruit, cereal, yogurt, hot buffet of sausage, bacon and eggs, and eggs cooked to order. There were fresh squeezed juices, and coffee and tea. Jams, preserves, and butter.
The staff was hospitable and cheerful without exception. It was a thoroughly pleasant stay, and we will stay here again whenever we return to Salzburg.
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Located in City Centre Salzburg, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Salzburger Landestheater and Mozart's …More
Emerald valleys, majestic mountains, and unspoiled Alpine views keep tourists flocking to Berchtesgaden, a quiet mountain town located 30 km west of Salzburg. Take a boat tour to explore the crystalline Königssee, a glacial lake near the Austrian border, or head east and visit the salt mines. Biking, sledding, and hiking appease thrill seekers. Relax with a mug of the Bavaria's famed wheat beer.