Hotel Bristol Salzburg Makartplatz 4 5020 Salzburg AUSTRIA Salzburg − Austria
5-star Hotel Bristol Salzburg
A house with a tradition, comfort and charm
The 5-star Bristol Hotel welcomes guests from all over the world in a stylish atmosphere in one of the most beautiful locations in the centre of the festival city Salzburg.
With its combination of traditional charm and modern comforts, stylish elegance and first-class service, we endeavour to create an atmosphere where you can feel completely at ease, making your stay become something really special.
All rooms and suites have been individually designed and furnished with great attention to detail. The conference rooms are equipped with the latest technology.
In the restaurant “Polo Lounge" we serve sophisticated dishes from Austria and around the world, while in the Sketch Bar & Lounge you can enjoy international cocktails or a glass of wine by the fire.
Having won many awards, the Bristol is one of the leading hotels in Europe and is one of the finest grand hotels in the city of Salzburg – an international meeting place full of charm and warmth. Reserved and courteous, we endeavour to help where needed.
Enjoy the unique atmosphere of the bustling city of Mozart. Historic buildings from all eras, the Salzburg Festival, music, theatre, galleries and conventions make Salzburg an unforgettable destination in any season.
The Bristol in Salzburg – a place of history
This Salzburg cultural site has been very specially renovated in such a way that it has managed to retain its absolute exclusivity and luxury standard while at the same time has lost none of the flair that makes this historic place so unique.
The foundation stone of the present Hotel Bristol was laid by Archbishop Paris Lodron in 1619. In the following centuries, the building served as the seat of various noble families. It has been repeatedly extended and remodelled before being given its present form in the late 19th century.
In 1892, the city of Salzburg, into whose possession the property was passed in the meantime, opened the first hotel to be equipped with electricity within the city of Mozart, the so-called "Electric Hotel", whereby the electrical system of the hotel also supplied a large part of the right-hand centre of the old quarter.
The term "Hôtel Bristol" dates from the year 1903. The worldwide well-known hotel name "Bristol" goes back to the British city of Bristol, where travellers were first provided with accommodation for a fee.
Around 75 years ago, the hotel came into the possession of the Hübner family, to which it belongs to this day, now managed by the third generation, one of the few private hotels in Salzburg under personal management.
The special Flair of the Hotel Bristol Salzburg
The Hotel Bristol Salzburg looks stylish and extravagant. Antiques, art, glittering crystal chandeliers, highest quality fabrics and many details tell stories of bygone days.
Whether afternoon tea in the lounge, drinks in the Sketch Bar with its open fireplace or dinner in the restaurant Polo Lounge, at the Hotel Bristol you will spend an unforgettable time in a beautiful, relaxed and cosy atmosphere.Antiques and works of art give the rooms and suites a special touch.
Of course, the elegance of Salzburg is reflected in the rooms and suites at our deluxe hotel. Individually decorated and modern comforts create true feel-good moments during your stay in Salzburg.
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Official website: http://www.bristol-salzburg.at/
Makartplatz 4, 5020 Salzburg. Austria
Motorway exit Salzburg SÜD: Alpenstraße – Hellbrunnerstraße – Justizgebäude RIGHT - on the Nonntalerbrücke – Dr.-Franz-Rehrlplatz LINKS - Imbergstraße – STRAIGHT ON- Schwarzstraße – BEFORE Landestheater RIGHT – Makartplatz square – BRISTOL HOTEL SALZBURG
The Salzburg station is located about 1 km from the hotel and is easily accessible by taxi or by public transport. The bus stop is right outside the hotel.
Salzburg Airport is the nearest airport and is about 6 km from the hotel.
Other airports are located in Munich (approx. 160 km), Linz (approx. 128 km) or Vienna (approx. 324 km).