Antiques and crystal chandeliers characterise the otherwise modern rooms at the 150-year-old Hotel Sacher Salzburg. Elsewhere, a glass-roofed ceiling crowns the lobby and an 1860s mosaic floor lies well preserved – this is a hotel with distinguished provenance. On the bank of the river Salzach and the edge of the Baroque Old Town, the city’s strong musical heritage is mere moments away, from Mozart’s birthplace to concerts that put a contemporary spin on classical music.
Guests can try a slice of indulgent Sachertorte chocolate cake, the classic Austrian treat that lends the hotel its name, at its terrace café. For something a little heartier, a warm and atmospheric wood-panelled dining room serves fine Austrian cuisine.
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