Goldenes Theater Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Goldenes Theater Hotel Salzburg
Good value for your money
I stayed at the hotel for 3 nights. The room is big by European and American standard. We paid only 71 Euro a night (which I thought was a steal). it is very clean and the bathroom is roomy (something that is not that common in European hotels). The breakfast was good - plenty of choices (though coffee was on the weak side). The hotel is a very short walk from the old town and there is a supermarket not far from it. I would recommend this hotel.
This is a great value character hotel. The hotel staff are very polite, except for one staff member who was pregnant, but she gets the benefit of the doubt! The bed was a little hard for my liking (rock hard) the shower was very nice (which is important while on holiday). The breakfast buffet was fantastic and the hotel ooozed character. Just gorgeous in the snow!
I would recommend this hotel for its value and proximity to the lovely old town.
More than Cordial
Although we read a couple so so reviews of this hotel, we loved it. We reserved at the last minute during the Mozart Festival -- it was one of the few hotels that had availability. The room was clean, comfortable, and although not spacious, quite roomy. The staff was excellent and spoke English quite well. We were only a 15 minute walk from the City center and parking was not a problem. We heartily recommed this hotel. Good value for the money.
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... living in Calgary, and she was about to begin a two year Masters degree in Cartography at the University of Munich. Her partner is a Surveyor with dual German-Canadian citizenship which allows him to work anywhere within the EU. It was a fun ride chatting away and in no time we were in Salzburg. The scenery as we came into was spectacular as we skirted the Bavarian Alps. Our hotel, built on the site of a Roman temple, was first documented in 1342 as a monastery ...
... shopping completed we sat down to probably not my fav meal. Ryan ordered meat loaf which in Canada is spiced ground beef shaped into a loaf here it was a giant piece of ham shape into a loaf. I ordered white sausage and sauerkraut. I thought it would be good but six white sausages atop a mound of sauerkraut accompanied by a bowl of mustard was just a little too much sausage for me. Full of sausage we headed to the Oktoberfest ...
Woke up today, not feeling the best, due to the incredibly pathetic pillow, leading to poor sleep.
We did a walking tour of Salzburg, before having much free time to wander the town. It was beautiful, very much dedicated to Mozart. We saw a few Sound of Music sights, including the stairs and the pond they run around. The Salzburg markets were on and very traditional. All in all very pleasant ...
... the halls as we listened to stories and saw his old pianos, one of which had stains on the white ivory keys which made you think Mozart didn't wash his hands before he composed. The museum also claimed him to be an extremely short man who had been blessed with the ugly stick. Salzburg was a beautiful city. A really romantic feeling to our time there especially as walked back to our car along the flowing Salzach river as the sun ...
With a early morning rise of 5am we sit in the coffee lounge waiting for our pick up.
Picked up 10 minutes late, darn we could have gone for breakfast. Went to the obligatory rendezvous point and got onto our bus and set off for 300 plus kilometre trip to Salzburg. At our break stop the roadhouse was unbelievable, fresh food and produce even honey which you had to spoon off the honeycomb, straight out of the hive. Multitude of cakes ...