Sacher Hotel Salzburg

Location: Salzburg | Austria

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

First opened in 1866, the grand Hotel Sacher Salzburg is a symphony of opulent marble and splendid staircases. Located just a few steps away from Mozart’s Wohnhaus and St. Sebastian’s Church on the stunning banks of the Salzach River, this traditionally Austrian hotel makes exploring the Old Town of Salzburg very easy.  
Perfect forTaking romantic walks along the city’s promenade.
In the knowThe hotel has an in-house confectionary store where you can stock up on Austrian chocolates and cakes- a perfect gift for envious friends back home.

Recommended for...

  • City Hotel
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Service & Hospitality
  • Setting & Views

Hotel Overview

Where

On the banks of the Neustad looking towards the Hohensalzburg Fortress, 20 minutes from the Salzburg airport.

Rooms at Hotel Sacher Salzburg

Featuring original oil paintings, antique furniture and crystal chandeliers, the owner, Elisabeth Gutler, personally decorated the 113 rooms so that they would each have individual character. Exquisitely paired with modern amenities, guests will marvel at the Time to Chocolate toiletries, marble encased bathrooms and balcony views of the fabulous old city.

Food and facilities

With award winning chef, Manfred Stufler, commanding the gourmet restaurant, Zirbelzimmer welcomes you with its traditional wood panelled walls and ceiling and its succulent courses. Try the escalope of milk fed veal, “Viennese style”, breaded and pan fried in butter oil with parsley potatoes and mixed leaf salad. For something more low-key, try the rustic burgers at the laid-back Salzachgrill or sample the international cuisine in the traditional Roter Salon. After dinner, retreat to the Sacher Bar’s terrace for a cocktail at sunset.

Activities at Hotel Sacher Salzburg

Well known for the fact that the Cafe Sacher Salzburg serves the most famous chocolate cake, the Original Sachertort, once you’ve had your fill of the architectural wonders of the city, wander into the coffee house atmosphere of the cafe and dive into the delicious Austrian treat.

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