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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 its sauna, tea bar and mountain views...
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...
Hotel Pension Hubertus
Zell am See
Beate and Bernd extend a warm welcome at their eco-savvy chalet. Situated opposite the ski lifts, the pension uses 100% renewable energy (solar and wind power), and organic produce and fair-trade coffee are served at breakfast...
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 Wolf Dietrich
For old-fashioned elegance you can’t beat this central hotel, where rooms are dressed in polished wood furnishings and floral fabrics. There’s even a suite based on Mozart’s Magic Flute, which has a star-studded ceiling and freestanding bath...
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...
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.
Don't be fooled by the nondescript exterior...
This welcoming family-run Pension is just a 15-minute stroll southwest of the Altstadt. It's set in vine-strewn gardens and housed in a gorgeous 17th-century chalet full of creaky floors and family heirlooms...
This hilltop hotel impressed the likes of Vanity Fair with its retro-chic design and phenomenal mountain backdrop. A terrace overlooking forested peaks, a thermal spa with pampering Aveda treatments and yoga classes draw a style-conscious crowd here...
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, and 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 €12 for breakfast, but it's a good spread with fresh fruit, boiled eggs, cold cuts and pastries.
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.
Once home to an Austrian countess, this belle époque villa shelters six suites crammed with oil paintings and antiques. The intimate piano room downstairs is the place to slip into your role as lord or lady of the manor...
Zell am See
This lemon-fronted chalet is just steps from the lake. Rooms are cosy, if a tad small, with good beds and pine trappings. Light sleepers may hear the trains; rooms at the back are quieter but sacrifice the fine lake views...
With its flowery garden, bright and cheerful rooms and homemade goodies at breakfast, this Pension is one of the homiest in Salzburg. The affable Terler family keeps everything spick and span. Be prepared to lug your bags as there’s no lift...
This guesthouse goes the extra mile with its sharp-styled contemporary rooms, faultless service and incredible breakfasts with spreads, breads, cereals, eggs and fruit to jump-start your day...
Hotel Salzburger Hof
This belle époque beauty is knocking 100, but still charms the birds from the trees with her lemon-meringue façade and lavish interior...
Handy for the slopes, this sweet, rustic pension sits opposite the Filzmoos-Neuberg chairlift. A fire blazes downstairs in winter and the spotless rooms come with mountain-facing balconies...
Smack between Mirabellgarten and the station, this family-run hotel is not a bad deal, but choose your room wisely. The nicer ones have Venetian chandeliers and ceramic stoves, but others are plain and on the poky side.
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.
Aparthotel Adler is a child- and family-friendly all-inclusive resort in the heart of the Saalbach-Hinterglemm ski circuit, right next to the Reiterkogelbahn (cable car)...