Firendly and helpful staff that spoke English well. Easy walk to both train station and historic center of city. Room was clean and comfortable. Fairly wide selection in breakfast buffet - probably worth the 12 euros. It made a nice start for the day and looked like the best option. Very quiet. Our room faced the trains, but we barely heard them when the windows were open. With the windows closed, the room was silent. Was traveling with my 14 year old daughter and never felt the need to 'protect her' from anything in the hotel.
It was a quick 10 minute walk from the major festival venues. Breakfast is excellent, the restaurant serves a very good range of food at dinner and stays open quite late, and the staff are just marvellous.
Traveller from Melbounre
The Bristol is a 5-star hotel located in Salzburg close to the Mirabell Gardens and opposite Mozart's Birthplace. The …More
It was a very nice hotel. I gave some less than stellar marks because upon arrival with an unexpected leg injury (I was in a cast and unable to bear weight) they put me down stairs, indicating that it was only 2. It ended up being lots of steps. I can't imagine there was no room in that hotel right off an elevator where I wouldn't have had to navigate steps.
I ended up considering it a challenge, should have pushed back once I realized. Anyway, was never happy with the guy who checked me in and acted very service oriented but was anything but.
The hotel though is very nice. Breakfast was one of my favorites in Germany. We really enjoyed the stay.
We were in Salzburg for the Festival in early August. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate, with temperatures soaring well into the 90s (Fahrenheit). The hotel, like most others in Salzburg, has no A/C. The room at times was sweltering and never was really comfortable. We bought a fan (which we later donated to the hotel to be given to other steamy guests), but it was of only minimal value. The staff could not have been more helpful; the room was clean and comfortable otherwise. The high temperatures were abnormal for Salzburg, but be warned if you are accustomed to having A/C and you plan to visit in midsummer.
Very nice employees, they help you with a smile, if you are driving , please read their communication , and how to get there, road is block and they give you a code to be able to temporarily park in front of hotel
Main city parking is two blocks from hotel , breakfast included is wonderful.
Traveller from Atlanta GA USA
Located in a quiet street in Salzburg city centre, the 4-star hotel Stadtkrug boasts modern comforts and an elegant …More
Salzburg's Old Town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997. Its main shopping street, the Getreidegasse, is one of the busiest shopping streets in Europe. Mozart's Birthplace is also on this street and can be toured. Other top draws include the Salzburg Cathedral and the Hohensalzburg Castle, which towers above the Old Town, offering wonderful views of the city.