Located in Salzburg, Austria is the epitome of a “Grand Hotel.” It beautifully blends modern touches with rich traditions, classic furnishings, and original paintings. It is situated along the Salzach River and offers wonderful views of Old Town Salzburg. This hotel welcomes international statesmen, royalty, celebrities, business people and leisure travelers from around the world. As is fitting for the city of Mozart’s birthplace, many of these travelers are musicians. This hotel is also a member of the well-know “Leading Hotels of the World” organization.
All 113 rooms and suites are unique, each with a beautiful marble bathroom and traditional, elegant furnishings, including magnificent oil paintings. Each room also features modern technology. Amenities include a flat screen TV, safe, AC, IPhone and IPad docking stations, telephone, hair dryer, and minibar. Many rooms offer a balcony and most rooms have impressive views of the city and/or the river. Originally opened in 1866, the rooms were last renovated in 2014.
There are several restaurants and lounges on the property. Be sure to sample the Original Sacher Torte Chocolate Cake in the Sacher Café. In the summer months, this “Viennese coffee house style” café becomes a lovely terrace. Next door to the café, is a confiserie where you can order and ship their delicious delicacies anywhere in the world. The Hotel Sacher’s gourmet restaurant features both local specialties and international dishes; one of the city’s finest wine lists is available here also.
There is a fitness center and a sauna on the property along with a business center. There are several rooms for conferences, meetings and banquets of almost any size. The Hotel Sacher Salzburg is pet-friendly.
Its many awards includes being in the top 25 Central Europe hotels by Conde Nast Traveler, one of the top 500 hotels worldwide by Travel & Leisure, and from Gault Millau gourmet critics: 1 toque was awarded for restaurant “Zirbelzimmer.”
Please contact us at 559-324-8150 to help plan an extraordinary vacation to Salzburg and a stay at the “Grand” Hotel Sacher Salzburg.