Schloss Fuschl Resort & Spa, Fuschlsee-Salzburg

Address: Schloss Strasse 19, Hof bei Salzburg, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, 5322, Austria | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Schloss Strasse 19, Hof bei Salzburg, is near Mirabell Palace and Gardens, Panorama Tours Original Sound of Music Tour, Bad Gastein, and Salzburg City Tourist Office.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Schloss Fuschl Resort & Spa, Fuschlsee-Salzburg Hof bei Salzburg

      Ein Märchenschloß in traumhafter Lage!


      Was soll man sagen....Luxus pur in einer atemberaubenden Kulisse. Wer ein paar Tage dem Alltag entfliehen möchste und sich einfach nur verwöhnen lassen will, der ist hier genau richtig. Die Zimmer sind sehr gemütlich und gut usgestattet. Von jedem Zimmer der Schlosses hat man einen tollen Blick auf den See.

      Die beiden Restaurants haben eine exquisite Auswahl, besonders hervorzuheben ist, dass es immer eine Auswahl von fangfrischem Fisch aus dem Fuschlsee gibt. Nach dem Essen kann man sich zum Beispiel gemütlich ins Kaminzimmer der Weinstube setzten und es sich gut gehen lassen...

      Auch der Spa-Bereich ist sehr schön gestaltet. Mit zwei Saunen, Dampfbad, großem Swimmingpool, Outdoor Whirlpool, vielen tollen und gemütlich Liegegelegenheiten. Das Angebot der Anwendungen ist groß, wobei man sagen muss, dass die Preise für Massage & Co teilweise sehr hoch sind...

      Als kleines Zuckerl für alle Fans, befindet sich im Hof das kleine Schloß-Lädchen mit inegriertem Sissi Museum.....

      Wonderful experience


      We stayed at Schloss Fuschl for 5 nights over new year. The hotel, reopened in Summer 2006 after extensive work was the perfect place to relax and enjoy year end. Rooms are large enough and very modern. Personnell was most friendly and the service almost perfect. Although (almost) everything you do costs extra, we thought it was definitely worth the price. Try booking halfboard in advance, which is calculated very well and might prevent a price shock when you check-out.

      Schloss Fuschl has a very nice wine list - although the wines as well are not too reasonably priced - and eating at the Vinothek and discussing austrian wines with the sommelier was absolutely great. He really knows his wine cellar and even prepared a special recommendation for the two of us for new year's eve.

      Another nice touch about the hotel (if you like cars) is its car collection. If you want to go to Salzburg or take a hike to Fuschl the hotel offers to take you in one of its Rolls Royces - and this without any charge, although we never found out whether we were just lucky on that one.

      The hotel's spa is very nice and if you book several treatments they try to have the same person treating you every time which ads a nice personal touch.

      The only little flaw we noticed when staying there was that communication between front desk and restaurants (and guests, too) is not always optimally working. We reserved a table in the Vinothek at the front desk one day and when we got there in the evening, it was actually closed - but front desk forgot to tell us. On the new year's eve-diner nobody (incl. ourselves) seemed to know where their tables were, which resulted in some confusion.

      All in all it was an almost perfect experience and we will definitely be back soon.

      Magical. Stunning location. Sublime views. Restful experience.


      Definately somewhere for a special occasion, but make sure you stay for a few days or more. We did not want to leave.

      If your budget allows, you absolutely MUST stay here. Since the refurbishment, completed in July 2006, Schloss Fuschl has become an almost perfect destination for anyone who appreciates astounding views, comfortable and stylish rooms and wonderfully attentive staff.

      The origional Schloss is from the 1400's although it doesn't look that old; the other buildings are very modern in comparrasin. However, it all looks rather lovely. There's a 9-hole golf course on-site and an 18-hole nearby. Golf lessons or a round with the Pro are available. You can hire vintage cars, go sailing, fishing, walking and swimming. There's also a spa with indoor pool, which we did not have time to use. In terms of luxury and facilities, it made us think of a small Gleneagles, with the added bonus of a lake.

      My Husband and I only stayed for one night, and we're already planning to return. The brevity of our stay meant we missed out on swimming in the gloriously clear Lake, which was so inviting on the warm summer day we checked out. I couldn't help being jealous of the chap who dived in as we were driving away.

      The hotel restaurant is wonderful, with views of the lake and mountains. The food is of a very high standard, and the service also. It is very expensive - Diner for two plus wine was around 295 euros - standard for this type of place. Had we ordered the bottle of 'Robert Mondavi' I wanted, it would have been double the price and more!

      Our room was a deluxe Lake-view room in the main building and was 543 euros for the night. (Vallet parking, free mimi-bar and breakfast included.) As this was an anniversary get-away, the cost seemed fine to us, and well worth it for what we recieved. There was a bottle of champagne and an anniversary greetings card waiting for us in our room when we arrived. The bed was incredibly comfortable. Flat screan TV, and comfortable sitting area. The bathroom had a bath and separate shower, and was lovely. And the views........

      Was für eine Lage


      Was für eine Lage hat dieses Hotel (Schloss). Wir hatten uns kurzerhand entschlossen, in diesem Hotel zu übernachten und wurden nicht enttäuscht. Wir hatten ein Zimmer mit wunderbaren Blick auf den See. Die Zimmergröße war passend, aber man kann nicht behaupten, dass die Zimmer geräumig sind. Bäder sind schön. Ein großer Nachteil ist, dass die Zimmer nicht über Klimaanlage verfügen, aber ich denke, dass sich das ändern wird, wenn die in Kürze geplante Renovierung stattfindet. Das Hotel ist wegen kompletter Renovierung von September 2005 - Juli 2006 geschlossen. Der bedeutendste Pluspunkt an diesem Hotel ist natürlich der See "Fuschl". Im Sommer haben sie ein tolles Restaurant im Freien, wo man leckeres Essen serviert bekommt (internationale und österreichische Küche), insgesamt einfach überwältigend. Der Service im Hotel ist exzellent und die Angestellten machen wirklich viel, damit man sich wohlfühlt.....Auch wenn es momentan nicht geöffnet ist, bewerte ich das Hotel wegen seinem Service und der tollen Lage trotzdem als hervorragend. Ich kann es nur weiterempfehlen.

      What a location


      What a location has this hotel ( castle), we decided a short notice to stay at this hotel and were not disappointed.

      We had a beautiful lake view room. Room size is adequate, while you cannot say that the rooms are spacious, bathrooms are nice. one major drag is that the hotel doesn't have Airconditioning in the rooms, but I expect that this is being adressed during the renovation they will shortly do. The hotel is closing from September 2005 - July 2006 for a complete overhaul.

      The most magnificent part of the hotel is of course "Lake Fuschl". They have in summer a wonderful outside Restaurant where you will be served delicious food ( international, austrian cusine), overall just stunning.

      Service at the hotel is excellent and the employees really try to make you feel comfortable.....

      Despite the non existence I still rate the hotel as excellent because of service and location. I only can recommend it

      Fabulous Setting!


      We stayed one night and wished we had booked more - a truly fantastic setting.

      The rooms are nothing special, but in a location like this who cares?

      We were blessed with cloudless skies and warm sunshine, and spent the afternoon and following morning walking the nature trails around the Lake. Apparently you can walk all the way around, but sadly we didnt have enough time for that.

      The downside is that the restaurant is crazily expensive, even with the excellent service and wonderfully presented food. Its very artful haute cuisine, which means you will likely leave the table with an empty wallett - and still hungry! And unless you have a car, there doesnt seem to be a real alternative nearby.

      Amazing location


      I agree with the location. Absolutely amazing. We wished we stayed in the summer, however, to take advantage of the outdoor facilities. Staff was impeccable and friendly. Restaurant outstanding. Worth the hefty price tag. The spa was also very nice and rejuvinating. Two things to watch, however: Try to stay in the rooms with the classic furniture and not the "light woods." A little cheesy and dated. Number two: Make sure you know you are paying for breakfast. My husband and I almost got slammed for $100 for two mornings of breakfast we were told by the staff were included. But they made good and took it off our bill.

      We've never stayed in a finer hotel! We plan to return this fall!!


      Over the years we have recommended the Hotel to many, and each guest returns with the same rave review. The setting overlooking the Lake with the mountains in the distance cannot be matched.



      If you want the finest, this is it. A magical setting at the head of Lake Fuschl, about 16 miles outside of Salzburg, this ancient hunting lodge is what you have in your mind if you are thinking about Austrian charm and elegance. It also has one of the very best restuarants in the entiren country.Expensive. So what!

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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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