Hotel am Dom
AddressGoldgasse 17 SalzburgSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
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. Artworks inspired by the musical legends of the Salzburg Festival grace the rooms, which sport caramel-champagne colour schemes, funky lighting, velvet throws and ultra-glam bathrooms.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel am Dom and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Salzburg.
Description provided by property
Hotel am Dom is located in the heart of Salzburg's pedestrian area. The Residence Palace, the Festival Hall, Getreidegasse, the Hohensalzburg Fortress and all other sights are in the immediate vicinity.
Every morning, a breakfast buffet is served at the breakfast area in the hotel bar.
The modern rooms feature tasteful, Italian-style furniture, cable TV and air conditioning. The private bathrooms have hairdryers.
A parking garage is 350 metres from Hotel am Dom. Access to the hotel by car is possible at any time.
Guests arriving after 22:00 are kindly requested to inform the hotel in advance. This can be noted in the Comments Box during booking or by contacting the hotel using the contact details found on the booking confirmation.
Please note that road access is limited, as the hotel is set in a pedestrian area. To receive the access code, guests arriving by car are kindly requested to contact the hotel prior to arrival.
Please note that the parking area is located approximately 350 metres away from the Hotel am Dom.
Please note that payment by credit card is only possible for amounts of more than EUR 300.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast in the room
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Tour desk
- Free WiFi
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