Hotel Mozart

Address: Franz-Josef-Strasse 27, Salzburg, Salzburg, Austrian Alps, 5020, Austria | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Franz-Josef-Strasse 27, Salzburg, is near Panorama Tours Original Sound of Music Tour, Bad Gastein, Christkindlmarkt, and Linzergasse.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mozart Salzburg

      Reviewed by sandysteffens

      Lovely Little Hotel in Great Location

      Reviewed Apr 27, 2012
      by (8 reviews) Houston , United States Flag of United States

      This is a lovely little hotel in a great location. It was an easy walk from the train station, and a short walk to Mirabell Palace and Old Town. The room was clean & comfortable as was the bathroom. The "double room" was basically 2 twin beds pushed together, and they were very comfortable. Being a little off the beaten path made for a very peaceful night's sleep, with birds singing outside the window when we awoke.
      Check-in & check-out were both quick and easy, and the staff very friendly with offers to make any reservations we might want.
      I would definitely recommend Hotel Mozart for your stay in Salzburg.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by rishalinda

      Wunderbar!

      Reviewed May 8, 2006
      by (2 reviews) Boynton Beach , United States Flag of United States

      Hotel Mozart was fabulous! The breakfasts were excellent and the rooms were lovely. Staff was friendly and many spoke English. The location is perfect as it is close to the old town and in an area that has good restaurants within walking distance an internet café and market.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Mozart Salzburg

      Hotel Perfect!

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      This hotel was perfect for our needs! There were three of us that stayed in one room and it was very accomodating! The staff was excellent! I had a broken foot (which I had just done the night before arriving and didn't realize it) and they were very quick to help me and to get me ice whenever needed. The hotel is in a nice location and walk from the main city area. I would definitely stay here again!

      A very nice hotel. Great staff!

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      We arrived at 6AM after an over-night train trip from Paris. The night clerk welcomed us in and let us check into our room. What a prince, since I did not sleep on the train at all! Room was nice sized, immaculate, bathroom had all the necessaries.

      Breakfast was the usual continental one - good food; staff in dining room very friendly. Easy walk to the old part of the city. About 10 minutes walk to Mirabell Gardens, another ten across the Salzach River to the old part. Or, the bus stops right across the street. Quiet residential neighborhood.

      Staff was very friendly, helpful, spoke English just fine. Rooms are not air conditioned, which at our time of year was not an issue. My wife asked about getting good Wienerschnitztel, and they recommended a great restaurant.

      All-in-all, a very nice experience.

      Definatly a 3 star

      from

      We stayed for 3 nights in this hotel. It is in a fantastic location. Very close to the old town. I would definatly not rate it as a 4 star. We had two rooms, one room was very large, the other was very small and smelt stongly of cigarettes. Unfortuatly they allow people to smoke in the rooms, which was a shame.

      The breakfast was plentyfull, was a bit dissappointed there was no toast available. (but plenty of hot croissants)

      The staff at the hotel are very friendly and speak excellent english, they arrange the tours for you with no extra charges. There is no coffee or tea makers in the rooms, you have to buy them from the hotel. This depends on the staff on shift because one male member claimed he did not have any tea????????

      If i went back I would not stay here again, definatly a three star. I did hear that the 'hotel bristol' is very nice?

      A five star welcome for a three star hotel

      from

      The structure is good, but I don't think it possesses the characteristics of a **** Hotel. It is a good *** Hotel located at walking distance from the Old Salzburg. Parking is permitted all around. When you arrive you may ask the staff for a special card (to put on the dashboard of the car) that allows you to park without any fee.

      The staff is very friendly, everyone speaks a fluent english and a very good italian. Breakfast is served in a very familiar atmosphere, it is rich but is NOT included, so you must pay 10 Eu extra p/person and the final price is equal to a real four stars hotel.

      Furniture is rather basic, rooms are clean but narrow, bathrooms are uncomfortable and very old-fashioned style (shower + washstand in a cramped space stealed away from the bedroom, and WC in another cubby-hole in the opposite side).

      Helpfulness and courtesy of the staff, and a little souvenir given at the end of the stay (CD with Mozart's music, expressly made for the guests) make up for these defects.

      Made our vacation

      from

      We stayed in 6 different hotels during our one month trip through Bavaria and Austria. This hotel was perfect. Wished we could have stayed there for a month. The staff was incredibly friendy and helpful. The breafast was tasty and good. The rooms were immaculate and well appointed. The location was excellent. A couple of blocks from the main pedestrian walk that was full of shops and within a mile of the old town bridges. Hope to return again. Added to the enjoyment of Salzburg.

      Wonderful Hotel

      from

      The Hotel Mozart is wonderful. I am a travel agent and I would send my clients there anytime. Arthur and Bettina, the owners are truley wonderful as is the entire staff at the front desk. The hotel is immaculate from the time you walk in. Wonderful dining staff, plenty of food for breakfast with homemade pastry, and just minutes away from any restaurant, and minutes away from old salzburg. I highly recommend it

      A good quality hotel and close enough to the old town

      from

      We visited in August for 4 nights and enjoyed the stay. Room was fine with the exception of air conditioning which would have helped as this summer was humid.

      Staff were all very friendly and spoke good english with good ideas on tours, local restaurants etc.

      Location was within 10 mins easy walk of the old town and most of this was through a pedestrianised area.

      Overall good value for money and worth a visit

      Nice staff

      from

      Nice hotel in a very quiet nice area, close enough to walk to the main attractions within 5-10 minutes. I was able to run down to, and along the river every morning. If you have a lot of luggage, there is a somewhat old fashioned elevator to assist you up to, at the highest, the 5th floor. Everything was comfortable and nice, EXCEPT there was no airconditioning and the window barely cracked. Absolutely lovely hotel, but I wouldn't advise staying there after mid June until September, if you don't like stuffy rooms. Otherwise, great deal and great clean place!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mozart Salzburg

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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