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Cannot believe anyone could find fault with this hotel (b & b). Have been coming with friends & family for many years. It is not surprising that so many people rate it as excellent. It is our pearl of a stay on route to Italy....More
Stayed 2 nights at the Sallerhof in September 2017. First stayed here in 2004 and really enjoyed our return visit. Hotel is larger these days but the family run hotel remains a favourite. Free off site parking, lovely breakfast and very comfortable room. Salzburg is...More
We stayed one night. The room was big, the bed was soft, the front desk service was amazing, and the view from our room was awesome. Maybe my only complaint was the towels were a bit old but that doesn’t bother me.
This is our second trip to Salzburg, and we knew we could not do better than the Hotel Sallerhof in the suburb of Grodig. We stayed here in 2014, and it was just as lovely as we remembered. The furnishings are plush, the breakfast is...More
Great location for city and local sites. I definitely recommend bus services. Extremely helpful staff. Very good breakfast. Quiet location. Room very nice - decent space with balcony. We would love to return one day...
Yes it will be a big change... Cold, (~25-45f) typically grey, and either rainy or snowing. It's unusual in my experience that someone from the states will be wo a car, but the public transport in Europe is excellent. Get... More
Yes it will be a big change... Cold, (~25-45f) typically grey, and either rainy or snowing. It's unusual in my experience that someone from the states will be wo a car, but the public transport in Europe is excellent. Get yourself a mobile (downloaded) schedule. Check out the multi day passes. Seems odd that you ask from the teain station or airport. Very few flts serve Salzburg.
You might be surprised to find the Christmas markets still open. There are several. Austrian's will spend their leasure walking and enjoying the coffee houses. There's plenty too see. If the Untersbergbahn is re-opened, take a trip up if you get a clear day.