Hotel Villa Carlton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Carlton Salzburg
It's a nice experience staying at this hotel. Its worth its four stars status. The rooms are of different designs, clean and modern. The room is pretty spacious as well. The free internet access is stable. It's a 15 to 20 mins walk to the old town and probably around 10 mins drive to the train station. We took cabs to and fro the train station to the hotel as it's rather reasonable at around Euro 6. It is also near the Mirabell gardens which has a bus stop where you can catch bus 25 to Bad Ischl and then Hallstatt. It's one block away from the river if you fancy the river view.
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... other varieties seem to be popping up all over Salzburg - the kids love em!) to see the gazebo. I got a better picture of it this time. All in all, we covered a lot of ground, as the church they were married in was quite a way out of town. Made for a good lunch stop and enjoying the incredible countryside. It really is spectacular. At the end of the tour, we went into Mirabell Palace Gardens (final scene for Do, Re, Mi). The gardens are spectacular. Archbishops were the ...
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some of the sites included: the Von Trapp home both movie version and real home. The location from the Salzburg musical festival where the family first performed. The abby where Maria went to become a nun. The ...