Hotel Astoria – a modern and relaxing 3-star hotel
The Hotel Astoria welcomes guests to a central yet quiet location, just a short walk from all of the main sights. This ancient hotel has been privately managed for more than 60 years. It was completely redesigned in 2011 and now exudes a fresh new look. The individual character of this stylish 3-star hotel is presented in detail: The hotel’s comfortable rooms emit an atmosphere of relaxation and provide top-class comfort with amenities such as a shower/bath, telephone, satellite TV, hair dryer and WiFi internet access. The suites and family rooms offer even more space, as well as the spacious superior rooms with their own winter garden.
A host with heart and personality: Josef Illinger
Even at the tender age of ten Josef Illinger knew that he wanted to work in the hospitality industry. After training as a chef he worked in some of the country’s top kitchens before deciding to work in the hotel industry. Nowadays Josef Illinger enjoys pampering guests with the unique charm of his privately managed, small comfortable hotel. The friendly atmosphere and personal service at the Hotel Astoria guarantee an all-round enjoyable stay and is the reason why many guests like to return there.
Special highlights at the Hotel Astoria
The Hotel Astoria offers guests the comforts of a modern 3-star hotel, plus more: Friendly staff greet every new arrival like a regular guest, conjuring up a special, relaxing atmosphere. Thanks to its convenient location getting here is easy and a relaxed start to the holiday can begin. Each morning a hearty breakfast buffet with a large choice of options and extended times provides the perfect start to the day.
As early as at the age of ten, Josef Illinger made his decision for the hotel industry, as he was a passionate cook already back then…
Maxglaner Hauptstraße 7, 5020 Salzburg
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