The Rosenvilla hotel – stylish city hotel with loving attention to detail
Anyone looking for an elegant city hotel with heart and personality will love the Rosenvilla hotel. With just 13 rooms and two luxurious suites this privately managed 4-star hotel offers numerous amenities in a homely, feel-good atmosphere. Its location in Salzburg’s Aigen district at the foot of the Kapuzinerberg hill makes the Rosenvilla hotel the perfect starting point for nature walks and individual sightseeing tours. The city centre is a 15-minute walk from the hotel, or can be reached in just a few minutes by bus.
Stefanie Fleischhaker’s mission: Satisfied guests!
First-class service also contributes to a perfect stay at the Rosenvilla hotel. Stefanie Fleischhaker and her team personally ensure the comfort of their guests – both her main mission and greatest compliment. Hospitality has a long tradition for this family: In 1996 Petra and Klaus Fleischhaker took on the Rosenvilla as a small B&B, gradually transforming it into a real gem within the Salzburg hotel industry. In 2008 daughter Stefanie took over the reigns of a hotel that has many regular guests.
Gourmet breakfast and co.: Where specialness is not out-of-the-ordinary
The Rosenvilla offers guests everything and more for a perfect stay in the beautiful Mozart city: A hearty breakfast buffet featuring many homemade delicacies, freshly baked cakes, sausages and cheese, honeycomb, antipasti, fresh fruit, and coffee and tea specialities provide the perfect start to the day. Many products are organic and generous breakfast hours from 7am til 11am and 1pm (on weekends) leave nothing to be desired. The hotel’s additional highlights include electric rental bikes, WiFi and free parking.
Stefanie Fleischhaker has been welcoming her guests at Salzburg’s Hotel Rosenvilla since 2008. The hotel manager discovered her commitment for the hotel business many years ago…
Höfelgasse 4, 5020 Salzburg
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Insider tips for Salzburg
My tip for a perfect day in town: start off the morning with a nice walk! Climbing up on Kapuzinerberg is worth it in two ways: on the one hand, it is home to the historical Capucines cloister…