This newly renovated modern 4* hotel near Linzergasse and its historical centre provides the ideal location for those looking for a city break to Salzburg, with a prime location and a host of leisure facilities too!
The property is easily accessible by car or public transport, and the reception desk is open 24-hours a day for your convenience. The friendly and polite hotel staff are more than happy to provide you assistance during your stay or some advice on where to visit, and at the reception desk you can find services such as dry cleaning and car hire. There is also a bar in the lobby area providing a relaxed atmosphere, and the property has a superb restaurant with a great choice of dishes to choose from. Other top leisure facilities here include a superb Health Club, which includes tennis courts, Jacuzzis, a sauna, and a fantastic massage parlour!
Bedrooms are modern and comfortable, and provide large beds and plenty of space to relax. There is also Wi-Fi access available for guests to use free of charge, and the property provides an excellent room service option so you can really relax in style.
Just a short walk away from your hotel you can find Salzburg’s Old Town, where you will see a wonderful range of independent shops and restaurants that provide a fantastic atmosphere. There are a number of wonderful cultural attractions in the Old Town too, such as the beautiful churches that include the Abbey Church that is a must-see. The Old Town is full of narrow streets that you will find yourself walking through, and you will often find amazing pieces of architecture that date back to the Middle Ages. For a beautiful photo opportunity head to the Residence Square where you will find a gorgeous fountain, and a visit to the Cathedral should not be missed either!
Salzburg is the proud home of the birthplace of Mozart, and a museum has been in place here since 1880. Visitors are welcome to explore the beautiful rooms at the composer’s home, where you can see historical instruments and memorabilia including an unfinished oil painting that depicted Mozart at his piano. The instruments here were passed on by Mozart’s widow, and include his childhood violin, harpsichord, and concert violin. The museum has 3 new exhibitions, which focus on original instruments and portraits of Mozart, and also include traditional Salzburg furniture.
Enjoy your stay in Salzburg!