Cable or satellite television, cable television, international channels in different languages
Free wireless Internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless Internet access; Free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; All guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless Internet access
Business center, in the lobby, staffed. Technical concierge available.
Fax services, free of charge
Fax machine, available at reception 24 hours
Photocopy, nominal fee
Mail services, through reception
Meeting facilities, three rooms. Banquet set up: class room up to 25, theatre style up to 35, u-form up to 15. Karajan: 40 square meters. Mozart: 50 square meters. Strauss: 38 square meters. All three rooms can be used as one big conference room.
Free calls in 24 countries
Theater ticket desk, through reception
Coffee shop, open 24 hours 7 days per week
Sunbathing, roof terrace
Air-conditioning, whole hotel
Physically challenged facilities, two handicapped rooms with special required equipment
Elevator, wheelchair accessible, two elevators
Ice/vending machines, offered 24 hours 7 says free of charge. Drinks and snacks in the hotel bar.
Outdoor parking, fee EUR 15.00 per day/car
Garage parking, fee EUR 15.00 per day/car
Paid parking, fee 15.00 EUR per day/car
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Storage space, free
Power converters, phone jack adapters and electrical adapters for international guests.
Cable or satellite television, CNN® or other 24-hour news station in guest room.
AM/FM alarm clock, or through reception
AM/FM radio stereo
Coffee/tea maker, free of charge
Iron, ironing board available, on request
Desk/work area, electrical outlet at desk level
Fax machine available, at the reception 24 hours
High-speed Internet access
Direct dial telephone
Free local calls, in 24 countries within Europe
Mini-bar, filled with alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
Bathrobe available, through reception 24 hours 7 days per week free of charge
Room service, 24 hours
Wake-up calls, 24 hours
Sofabed available, couch or extra bed through reception available 24 hours, fee 25.00 EUR per person
Balcony available, total four rooms with a balcony
Mountain view available, from the roof terrace only.
4.0 kilometer(s) from Theo Foerch, direct selling companies for workshop, installation and fastening products for trade and industrial companies
6.5 kilometer(s) from Bona, passion for wood floors
2.6 kilometer(s) from Mirabell Garten, The famous Mirabell Gardens were redesigned around 1690 under Prince-Archbishop Johann Ernst Graf von Thun to plans by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach and completely remodeled around 1730 by Franz Anton Danreiter. The Pegasus Fountain, a work by Kaspar Gras from Innsbruck, was installed in 1913. The four groups of statues around the fountain were sculpted by Ottavio Mosto (1690) and symbolize the 4 elements: fire, air, earth and water. The Mirabell Gardens were opened to the public by Emperor Franz Joseph in 1854. Today they are a horticultural masterpiece and popular backdrop for photographers.
5.5 kilometer(s) from Festung Hohensalzburg, Hohensalzburg Fortress, built in 1077 by Archbishop Gebhard, considerably enlarged by Archbishop Leonhard von Keutschach (1495-1519), largest, fully-preserved fortress in central Europe. The medieval princes' apartments and the Fortress Museum are of particular interest. Since 1892 the fortress can easily be reached by funicular railway departing from the Festungsgasse.
5.5 kilometer(s) from Salzburger Dom, Salzburg's Cathedral is probably the city's most significant piece of church architecture and its ecclesiastical center. With its magnificent façade and mighty dome it represents the most impressive early Baroque edifice north of the Alps. Its origin is closely connected to the ecclesiastical principality's demeanour and growth. Destroyed by fire and rebuilt, enlarged and expanded, it bears witness to the power and independence of Salzburg's archbishops.
3.2 kilometer(s) from Mozart birthplace, The Mozart family lived on the third floor of the "Hagenauer House" at Getreidegasse 9 for twenty-six years, from 1747 to 1773. The celebrated composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was born here on January 27, 1756. The building is named after the merchant and toy dealer, Johann Lorenz Hagenauer (1712-1792), who owned the building and was a friend of the Mozart family.
4.0 kilometer(s) from Large Festspielhaus, The Large Festival Hall (Grosses Festspielhaus) in Hofstallgasse was built from 1956 to 1960 to plans by the architect, Clemens Holzmeister. It is one of the Salzburg Festival's most impressive venues. The Festival's high society encounters onlookers and a flock of international photographers outside its doors each year as luxury cars line up on the "golden" pavement in Hofstallgasse.
7.7 kilometer(s) from Salzburg Zoo, Salzburg's Zoo keeping animals, both native and exotic, in an environment close to their natural surroundings has become the hallmark of Salzburg's Zoo. One of the zoo's main goals is to ensure a harmonious balance between the beauty of the local landscape in Hellbrunn and the natural environment of the animals. Special habitats are continually being developed, enabling visitors of all ages to experience the natural balance between flora and fauna. These habitats have been created using natural materials to enable animal communities from similar surroundings to be observed together in captivity.
In the new "African Savannah", for example, rhinoceros, antelopes and guinea-fowl co-exist. Other exhibits show the fauna in America or the animals in Eurasia (bears and lynx, chamois, groundhogs and river otters). A visit to Hellbrunn is an educational experience for young and old.
7.7 kilometer(s) from Trick Fountains, Water was the central theme in the palace's design. The numerous sources in Hellbrunn Mountain gave the estate effervescent life. Hidden in the shade of bushes and trees or jetting out from unexpected hiding places - the world-famous Wasserspiele have been the main attraction at Hellbrunn for almost 400 years.
6.0 kilometer(s) from Stiegl-World of Brewing, Your beer experience starts at the brewery shop - the entrance to the interactive beer exhibition and starting point for general tours.
Watch our very own Stiegl blockbuster “The Nature of Beer” at the 270° Stiegl Brewery Cinema where our unique projection technology will immerse you in the heart of the action.
After visiting the in-house brewery, where you can learn all about the raw materials and watch our master brewers live at work, we will whisk you away into our World of enjoyment. Admire our beer-tasting and maturing cellar, and make the most of a unique opportunity to savour the seasoning and sample some Jungbier (young beer) in the traditional way to assess its progress.
6.7 kilometer(s) from Maria Plain, Maria Plain in the northeast of the city has been a famous pilgrimage site since the 17th century. The fascination of the site has attracted pilgrims for centuries. The history of Maria Plain goes back to the Thirty Years' War. The miraculous painting of the "Virgin with Child" by an unknown painter miraculously survived a fire in the Bavarian town of Regen undamaged. It was brought to the Grimming family's newly acquired estate on the Plainberg near Salzburg in 1652, where it was kept in a wooden chapel.
5.5 kilometer(s) from World Cultural Heritage, Two significant cultural sites in Austria were placed on UNESCO's list of the world's cultural and natural heritage on January 1, 1997: Salzburg Old City and Schönbrunn Palace. In 1972 UNESCO agreed on a convention to protect internationally acknowledged objects of culture and nature.
3.3 kilometer(s) from Getreidegasse, The charm of the Getreidegasse, probably Salzburg's most famous Shopping lane, is not only generated by the high, narrow houses tightly nestled together, the enticing shops and the wrought iron guild signs, but also to the romantic passageways and courtyards. The name "Getreidegasse" underwent an interesting transformation. Initially it was known as Trabegasse, Trabgasse or Travgasse, derived from "traben" (to trot). Later it transmuted to Tragasse, Traidgasse, Getreidgasse and finally to Getreidegasse. Thus, the street originally had nothing to do with cereal (Getreide).
0.0 kilometer(s) from The Sound of Music Tour, The life of the von Trapp Family is inseparably linked to the city of Salzburg. Every year nearly 300,000 people visit the Trapp Family homes and film locations. The 1965 film about the moving life of the novice, Maria von Trapp and her singing family with Julie Andrews in the leading role, became an international box office success. The songs from "The Sound of Music" are known throughout the world.
Hotelbar, on premises, Bar/Lounge, International, Open for: breakfast, snacks and drinks will be served. Open 24 hours, 7 days per week.
0.5 kilometer(s) from Urbankeller, Full Service, International, Open for: lunch, dinner, typical, rustic Austrian restaurant.
1.0 kilometer(s) from World of Asia, Full Service, International, Open for: lunch, dinner, Mongolian restaurant.
5.0 kilometer(s) from Barenwirt, Full Service, International, Open for: lunch, dinner, excellent Austrian restaurant.
Across the street from Akropolis, Bar/Lounge, Greek, Open for: lunch, dinner,
2.0 kilometer(s) from Mozarteum, Universitaet Mozarteum Salzburg, also known simply as Mozarteum Salzburg, is a university in Salzburg, Austria which specializes in music and the dramatic arts. It is famous as one of the most respected universities in Europe for music studies and was named after Salzburg native Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
5.7 kilometer(s) from Paris Lodron University, The Paris Lodron University of Salzburg is the largest educational institution in the Salzburg region. Presently, over 18,000 students are enrolled and it employs approximately 2,700 staff members in research, teaching and administration. As an integral part of both cultural and educational life, the University serves as a meeting place for teaching staff, students and academics, as well as the general public.
2.8 kilometer(s) from PMU, The Paracelsus Private Medical University of Salzburg (German: Paracelsus Medizinische Privatuniversität) is a private university in Salzburg.The Study of Human Medicine: A maximum of 50 students are admitted per year. The degree course could be condensed into five years owing to the streamlined organization of the nevertheless broad syllabus.
22 kilometer(s) from Bad Reichenhall
133.0 kilometer(s) from Linz, Austria
149.0 kilometer(s) from Muenchen, Germany
296.0 kilometer(s) from Vienna, Austria
219.0 kilometer(s) from Klagenfurt, Austria
278.0 kilometer(s) from Graz, Austria
0.01 kilometer(s) from Injoy, fitness center. 4 minutes walking distance from the hotel.
1.0 kilometer(s) from Concord Card Casino, poker- casino
0.01 kilometer(s) from ZIB, shopping center
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9.60 kilometer(s) from Europark, shopping center
11.90 kilometer(s) from Designer Outlet Salzburg, shopping center- designer brands at up to 70% less, all year round
7.00 kilometer(s) from Salzburg Airport
0.10 kilometer(s) from Bus Line 4, 2, 1
4.00 kilometer(s) from Salzburg Hauptbahnhof, Taxi: EUR 12,00
Bus: Ticket EUR 2,30 per person
Line 2 or 1