The H+ Hotel Salzburg.
City location, modern comfort and underground car park
Many guests love the central location of the H+ Hotel Salzburg. Direct links to the train station, proximity to the airport and exhibition centre and closeness to the historic town centre make it the ideal location for a city break in Salzburg. The wheelchair-friendly hotel has direct access to a public underground car park.
Stay in one of the 120 modern-design rooms in the H+ Hotel Salzburg. You’ll sleep well in our comfortable twin beds, use the desk to get some work done or put your feet up on bury yourself in your travel guide. As well as inclusive internet access via wifi, every room features air conditioning and a flatscreen TV. We can provide extra beds for kids, which means that the H+ Hotel Salzburg is also ideal for families. All rooms are non-smoking.
Welcome to our H+ Hotel in Salzburg
Our hotel rooms
Room example of the Business room
- 27 sqm
- Writing desk
- Air conditioning
- Modern flat-screen TV
- WiFi inclusive
- 1 bottle of water
- Coffee / Espresso Machine
- Water cooker with exclusive tea selection
Breakfast and hotel bar at the H+ Hotel Salzburg
Every morning in the H+ Hotel Salzburg, we prepare a buffet for our guests in the tastefully designed breakfast room. The select incorporates dishes for a light breakfast such as muesli or fruit, as well as a hearty range of sweet and savoury delicacies including croissants, jams and preserves, egg dishes, sausages and cheese.
Opening hours breakfast:
Weekdays: 6.30 - 10.30
Weekend/ holidays: 7.00 - 12.00
You can get a cocktail, a fresh draught beer or another refreshing drink from the hotel bar. Take a seat on a bar stool or at one of our tables with comfortable armchairs, and treat yourself to a little downtime.» Continue to gastronomy
Wellness and fitness area at the H+ Hotel Salzburg
Wellness and fitness area
Guests can relax in our wellness area which extends over two levels.
Places of interest near the H+ Hotel Salzburg
Old Town UNESCO heritage site
Salzburg’s Old Town has been a UNESCO world heritage site since 1997. It is characterised by the facades of the burghers’ houses, the town squares and lanes, as well as magnificent churches. These include the impressive Salzburg Cathedral, with its elaborate main facade and 81 metre high towers. You will need about 25 minutes to walk to the cathedral from the H+ Hotel Salzburg.» Continue to Location & surroundings
Hohensalzburg Fortress - the city’s trademark
Covering an area of over 14,000 square metres, Hohensalzburg fortress is one of Europe’s biggest castles. The oldest parts date back to the 11th century. Magnificent regal rooms and the “Reisszug” railway were added around 1500. The fortress is a 30 minute walk or 20 minute drive from the H+ Hotel Salzburg.
Mirabell Castle with Baroque gardens
The Baroque complex at Schloss Mirabell is simply inspirational with magnificent structures such as the western court facade, the garden facade and the chapel. The gardens with “Heckentheater” or hedge theatre, rose gardens and orangery with palm house are definitely worth seeing. You’ll need around a quarter of an hour to walk there from the H+ Hotel Salzburg.
Mozart’s birth house with historic apartment
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born at Number 9 Getreidegasse in 1756. The house has been a museum since 1880, where you can see exhibits including musical instruments, momentoes and portraits as well as a burgher’s apartment from the time of Mozart. You can drive to the Mozart Houses in ten minutes from the H+ Hotel Salzburg.
Salzburg Zoo with “Zoo habitats”
Nestled in scenery characterised by a steep cliff face and hilly spurs, the 14 hectare Salzburg Zoo site is situated on Heilbrunn mountain. A grand total of 140 animal species live in a wonderful balance of plants and animals in “zoo habitats”. The drive to the zoo takes about 20 minutes from the H+ Hotel Salzburg.
The Sound of Music - a musical of a special kind
When the story of the von Trapp family was made into a film in 1965, the musical “The Sound of Music” became a worldwide hit. It is therefore no surprise that the new version of the musical is even more popular in many places. And honestly: What could be a better topic for a musical than the story of the von Trapp family choir, forced to flee to the USA during the interwar period?
Image: © Christina Canaval