Hotel Wolf Dietrich
AddressWolf-Dietrich-Straße 7 SalzburgSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
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 , with a star-studded ceiling and freestanding bath. By contrast, the spa and indoor pool are ultramodern. Organic produce is served at breakfast.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Wolf Dietrich and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Salzburg.
Description provided by property
A small, exclusive hotel with personal flair. It consists of two buildings, Altstadthotel and the Residenz, located opposite each other in a quiet side street of the city’s pedestrian area. It is just a few minutes walk to Mirabell Palace and Mozart’s Residence. You can leave your car in the garage as all of the city’s sights are within walking distance. For example the cathedral or the fortress, Mozart’s birthplace and the new Congress Hall. The hotel’s team at the reception are happy to assist you in booking concert or theatre tickets. The internet terminal in the foyer is free of charge for hotel guests as well as the hire of DVDs. You can also relax in our tastefully decorated sitting room. The spa, with it‘s warm colours and simple design, is ideal for relaxation. This compact leisure area comes complete with swimming pool, Finnish sauna, infra-red cubicle and an attractive 'silence' room with couches for relaxation after the sauna. We also suggest you take advantage of our massages.
Please note that the hotel is not accessible for disabled guests.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Games room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- 24-hour front desk
- Ticket service
- Car hire
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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