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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... all the books in gondolas or bathtubs. There was also a very unique book that documented the way Venetians deal with the flooding - from special gumboots to floating shops. Venice is an extraordinary beautiful city and a true romantic at heart. It was the last stop in my amazing Italian adventure. A brilliant experience filled with food, religion, art, fashion and history. I will be back one day to soak it all up again and bring someone to share a gondola with ...
... then returned to the town.
We explored their Christmas markets and tried some of the MozartKugeln (Mozart
balls) and then visited his birthplace. We had dinner at a Japanese restaurant
for something quick to eat. Whilst the food was very good, they also charged
5euro for water, bringing us bottled water when we asked for tap. The owner
seemed a bit shifty.
On Christmas Eve we took the Sound of Music tour. ...
... wanted to have more time to look around. We did end up having the most delicious Paella and crayfish then John was desperate to have apple strudel and ice cream which we found in a lovely little alfresco coffee shop. John liked it so much that he finished one lot and ordered another!!! Probable the best apple strudel we have ever tasted. We had a look at the Old Gothic Church, Franciscan Church then went to the newer cathedral, you should ...
... the church was spectacular - every walkway was framed with beautiful and fragrant flowers and intricate signs. The church catacombs offered a fun break from the beauty as we climbed through narrow passageways and old staircases.
Perched atop Monchsberg Mountain, the Hohensalzburg Fortress loomed over the entire city. A quick funicular ride to the top of the mountain allowed for easy access inside the fortress walls. We explored the Marionette Museum, explored the old ...
Toured Mozart's residence which was another free entry with the Salzburg Card.
Marlene and I went shopping, and saw a Xmas store with multi, multi dozens of decorated eggs...crazy. And the guys went to the catacombs.
€37 for a bus tour through lakes and mountains to the Sound of Music locations.
At the end of the tour Glenn got up ...