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    Hotel Goldener Hirsch

    • Located in the UNESCO Old Town of Salzburg and the most famous Getreidegasse street
    • One of Salzburg's most historic hotels
    • Perfect location for top sights and the Salzburg Festival
    • Hotel restaurant is one of the best in the city
    • Newly opened after extensive renovations

     

    from € 350.- per night and room
    • Goldener Hirsch
    • Hotel Goldener Hirsch Salzburg
    • Goldener Hirsch
    • Hotel Goldener Hirsch Salzburg

    About

    Brimming with history and Austrian charm, Hotel Goldener Hirsch is a cherished symbol of exceptional hospitality and living Salzburgian tradition. The property dates back to 1407 and embodies an exciting symbiosis between the original country house and an urban luxury boutique hotel. It is a landmark of Salzburg's Old Town and steeped in local stories from centuries ago. The hotel’s petite proportions might understate its cultural significance, but you can feel the hotels roots from the moment you check in!

     

    Concierge Recommendation

    Make a reservation at one of the hotel's two stand-out restaurants and find out how the signature Cocktail Susanne came to be.

    "We have stayed at Hotel Goldener Hirsch numerous times over the past 16 years. It is our favourite hotel anywhere. Having been recently refurbished we were pleased to see that whilst providing modern facilities the historic features of the hotel that attract us have been tastefully retained. We can highly recommend the Goldener Hirsch where service and comfort is second to none."

    Lobby at the Hotel Goldener Hirsch Salzburg
    Hotel Website
    Goldener Hirsch in Salzburg, Restaurant

    Hotel Amenities

    • Decor
      Antique furniture
    • Air conditioning
      in-room
    • Mini bar & Illy coffee machine
      in-room
    • Turn-down service
      nightly
    • Dining
      2 restaurants and bar
    • Services
      24 h room service, concierge, laundry

    Room types

    Classic Room: 7 - 8 m2 / 79 – 88 sq-ft, Hand-crafted period furniture, paintings and handsome textiles such as traditional “Fleckerlteppich“ rugs, create an atmosphere of noble comfort.
    From € 350

    Deluxe Room: 8.5 - 10 m2 / 92 – 105 sq-ft, A relaxing hour in an armchair banishes the stress of the day. The spacious rooms with a view onto Getreidegasse or the hotel’s peaceful courtyard are decorated with precious antiques and enchanting Goldener Hirsch details.
    From € 390

    Junior Suite: 10 - 15 m2 / 108 – 157 sq-ft, Two armchairs, in some rooms a sofa, and an antique shoemaker’s bench as table form an inviting reading corner. 
    From € 450

    One Bedroom Suite: 13 - 20 m2 / 138 – 213 sq-ft, A magnificent living area and bedroom: every one-bedroom suite is individually decorated with antiques.
    From € 850

    Two Bedroom Suite: 24 - 18 m2 / 256 - 295 sq-ft, The Luxury Collection here achieves the most exquisite perfection. A living area decorated with carefully curated antiques, two bedrooms and two bathrooms
    From € 1200

    Around the Hotel

    Getting There

    Salzburg Airport: 15 min by car
    Train Station Salzburg: 10 minutes by car
    Munich Airport: 1,5 hour by train or car
    Vienna Airport: 3 hours by train or car

    Closest Landmarks

    Mozart's Birthplace: 3 min walk
    Fortress Hohensalzburg: 15 min walk
    Mirabell Gardens: 10 min walk
    Restaurant Stieglkeller: 11 min walk
    Café Tomaselli: 5 min walk

    Top 3 Things to Do Nearby

    • Café Tomaselli in Salzburg

      Café Tomaselli

      This iconic coffee house was already a favourite of Mozart. Don't miss the tray of delicious pastries!

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    • Mozart's birthplace

      Mozart's Birthplace

      Take time out of your day to visit Mozart's Geburtshaus, the place where the genial composer was born on 27th January 1756

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    • City of Salzburg - Mirabell Gardens

      Mirabell Palace

      Another highlight is Mirabell Palace with its splendid gardens, built by the Baroque master builder Lukas von Hildebrandt - it is most known from "Sound of Music"

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