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Star Inn Hotel Salzburg Gablerbräu
This swish hotel has been around since 1429. Expect contemporary, high-ceilinged rooms with parquet floors, comfy beds and spotless bathrooms. The vaulted restaurant (mains €8 to €15) has a seasonal menu with vegetarian options.
Arthotel Blaue Gans
Contemporary design blends harmoniously with the original vaulting and beams of this 660-year-old hotel. Rooms are pure and simple, with clean lines, lots of white and streamlined furnishings. The restaurant is well worth a visit.
An antique-filled lobby gives way to spotless rooms with comfy beds and sizeable bathrooms at the Mozart. You'll have to fork out an extra €10 for breakfast, but it's a good spread with fresh fruit, boiled eggs, cold cuts and pastries.
Hotel Altstadt Radisson Blu
Located on the busy backstreet of Judengasse, this smartly converted coaching inn is one of the oldest in Salzburg, mixing top-end style with lashings of old-world charm...
Hotel Bristol Salzburg
The Bristol transports you back to a more decadent era. Chandelier-lit salons, champagne at breakfast, exquisitely crafted furniture, service as polished as the marble – this is pure class. Even Emperor Franz Josef and Sigmund Freud felt at home here.
The Jedermann is one of Salzburg's best-kept secrets - an attractively priced and centrally located pension hotel, in a quiet residential street just off the busy boulevard of Schallmooser Hauptstraße...
Hotel Wolf Dietrich
Tucked in a quiet corner of the Altstadt, Hotel Wolf occupies a lovingly converted 15th-century building. Uneven stone staircases and antique furnishings are a nod to its past, while the light, parquet-floored rooms range from modern to rustic.
Beautifully situated in one of the city's prettiest quarters, this eccentric hotel has perhaps the most extraordinary foyer in all of Salzburg - a fantastically over-the-top concoction of painted cherubs and pastoral frescoes, offset by flower-filled ...
This funky design hotel on the banks of the Salzach is no wallflower. The rooms are jazzed up with splashes of purple or ruby red, black leather chairs and zebra-print bedspreads; many also feature marble bathrooms.
Hotel Am Dom
Antique meets boutique at this Altstadt hotel, where the original vaults and beams of the 800-year-old building contrast with razor-sharp design features...
Hotel Goldener Hirsch A Luxury Collection Hotel
A skylight illuminates the arcaded inner courtyard of this 600-year-old Altstadt pile, where famous past guests include Queen Elizabeth and Pavarotti...
Don't be fooled by the nondescript exterior...
Hotel & Villa Auersperg
This charismatic villa and hotel duo fuse late-19th-century flair with contemporary design. Guests can relax by the lily pond in the vine-strewn garden or in the rooftop wellness area with a sauna, tea bar and mountain views. Free bike hire is a bonus.
Hoteldorf Grüner Baum Bad Gastein
The Shah of Persia, Princess Margaret of Holland, Jude Law – they’ve all stayed at this mountain retreat set in 30-hectare grounds...
Best Western Hotel Elefant
Occupying a 700-year-old building and run by the good-natured Mayr family, this central Best Western hotel has loads of charm. Bright colours add a modern touch to the spacious, elegantly furnished rooms. A generous breakfast is available.
Hotel Goldene Ente
Bang in the heart of the Altstadt, this 700-year-old townhouse has oodles of charm – some rooms have four-poster beds, while Emperor Franz Josef guards over others. The sunny terrace overlooks the rooftops of the old town.
Granted, it's not in the nicest part of town (erotica shops and all), but don't be put off. This genuinely friendly family-run place has comfy old-style rooms and is geared up for cyclists, as the bicycle bell at reception confirms.
Achat Plaza Zum Hirschen
This large hotel might be owned by the Best Western group, but don't let its chain connections put you off...
Altstadt Hotel Stadtkrug
Sick of offhand service and snooty chic? Then head for the endearingly old-fashioned Hotel Stadtkrug, which seems to have put its decorative roots down somewhere around the turn of the last century, and offers an atmosphere that's closer to a Tyrolian...
Hotel Schloss Mönchstein
On a fairy-tale perch atop Mönchsberg and set in hectares of wooded grounds, this 16th-century castle is honeymoon (and second mortgage) material. Persian rugs, oil paintings and Calcutta marble finish the rooms to beautiful effect...
Salzburg can get a little hectic in high season, which makes this quiet little lodge hotel a real find...
Centrally situated on the right bank, this 500-year-old hotel has a boutique feel, with bespoke touches such as chandeliers and four-poster beds in the vibrantly coloured rooms. Guests are treated to free tea or coffee in the afternoon.