Quiet Hotel Salzburg
Pst! A calm welcome to Quiet Hotel Salzburg, the first hotel in the city of Mozart that emphasises its secluded location and strict policy of no late-night noise. Our hotel is ideal for people who have made bad experiences with noisy places. Quiet Hotel Salzburg can be found in a dead-end street in the very quiet district of Riedenburg. This district has two nice properties: Once you get off the main roads, it is a very quiet one. Secondly, it is still very central and the Old Town is within walking distance through the Neutor tunnel.
Quiet Hotel Salzburg has four stars and 35 double-rooms. There is a roof terrace from which you can enjoy a great view on the Mönchsberg Hill; here at the roof terrace we also serve coffee, small snacks and drinks. It is open all day and popular not only among our guests, but also with locals due to the view and the high quality of the great products we offer.
The rooms of Quiet Hotel Salzburg are furnished in a light, traditional Austrian way. They all come with a double-bed, wardrobe, safe, bathtub, shower and toilet, TV set and air-conditioning. There is a breakfast room at the ground floor right next to the reception. Breakfast is served between 7:30 and 10:00 am. People who prefer to sleep in (and enjoy how wonderfully quiet our hotel is) can get breakfast until 1 pm as long as they give prior notice at the reception.
Note that all rooms at Quiet Hotel Salzburg are noise-proof; the same applies to our windows. We have thick carpets and a night porter to ensure that no disturbance will occur during the hours of night. Our hotel is the perfect compromise between a remote place set aside the busy life of the city and a centrally located place with direct access to all major sightseeing attractions of Salzburg. Send an e-mail to Quiet Hotel Salzburg today and we will book you a room; you can also book directly on our website. We are looking forward to having you as a guest!
Contact Quiet Hotel Salzburg
Quiet Hotel Salzburg
Tel: +43 (0)662-1234567-8
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