Mozart Rooms

Franz-Josef-Straße 27, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Mozart is an homage to the city's legendary musical history and a testament to the culture of Austrian hospitality. Charming and dynamic, our central location ensures you'll never be closer to the heart of Salzburg--or more comfortable.

Nestled in Salzburg's timeless Neustadt district, Mozart's elegant and modern furnishings fit in perfectly among the breathtaking baroque style of the city. We blend soft colours, stunning lighting and eclectic decor to great effect, a classic and classy offering with something for everyone. With a mix of classic and contemporary furnishings, the rooms reflect the duality of Salzburg, a historical heritage in modernity's embrace. In the symphony of Salzburg, let Mozart be your melody, your reliable retreat no matter what your rhythm. 

Amenities at Mozart

    Our Rooms

    Single
    Guest count

    1 guest

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    14 sqm

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    1 Living Room

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    1 Single Bed

    Deluxe
    Guest count

    3 guests

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    26 sqm

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    1 Living Room

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    1 King Bed

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    1 Sofa Bed

    Family
    Guest count

    3 guests

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    43 sqm

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    1 Bedroom

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    1 Living Room

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    1 King Bed

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    1 Sofa Bed

    Intimate
    Guest count

    2 guests

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    20 sqm

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    1 Living Room

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    1 King Bed

    Tiny
    Guest count

    2 guests

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    18 sqm

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    1 Living Room

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    1 King Bed

    Intimate with balcony
    Guest count

    2 guests

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    27 sqm

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    1 Living Room

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    1 King Bed

    Discover Neustadt with us

    At Mozart, you're as central as it gets. Outside the door, you'll find that the historic blocks around the property hit all of Salzburg's sweetest notes, with the Mozart museum and the breathtaking Mirabell Palace just around the corner. The neighbourhood is richly adorned with pastel houses and baroque architecture, with the majestic Salzbach river at the district's edge. Like its namesake, Mozart offers a window into Austria that's beautiful, surprising and unashamedly original. 

    Where to Eat

    You're probably thinking of the tempting Mozartkugeln—a local sweet made of pistachio, marzipan and nougat, covered with dark chocolate—but Salzburg has many other culinary highlights to offer. Dreamy cafés along the Salzach, local and international restaurants with delicacies for every taste and traditional beer cellars serving the best Austrian dishes and brews fill this charming city.

    Shopping

    Salzburg's old town is the perfect combination of tradition and modernity. The famous Getreidegasse street is a paradise for fashion lovers and shopping addicts, Internationally renowned fashion chains, historic shops and family-run boutiques offer the perfect opportunity for some retail therapy.

    Parks

    Salzburg also offers the ideal balance between green spaces and urban landscapes. For some much needed quality time with nature, take a soothing stroll through the Mirabell Gardens and the Hellbrunn Palace. Let yourself be enchanted by the wonderful hedges and fountains of these architectural treasures in the heart of the city.

    Museums

    Salzburg’s old town is full of history both outside and inside its buildings. You can discover the musical history of Salzburg in one of the exhibitions in Mozart’s birthplace or at the composer’s former house now turned into a museum dedicated to his life. For those looking for something more modern, the futuristic building of Hangar-7 in Maxglan houses the Flying Bulls aircraft fleet and a collection of Formula 1 race cars. Finally, if you’re feeling the Christmas spirit all year round, don't miss the Salzburg Christmas Museum on Mozartplatz.

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