Mercure City Hotel
Bayerhamerstrasse 14 A, Salzburg 5020
Mercure Salzburg City is located close to St. Sebastian's Church, Mirabell Palace, and Mozart's Birthplace. Other points of interest near this hotel include Messezentrum Salzburg and Museum Carolino-Augusteum.
Mercure Salzburg City features a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available during limited hours. The hotel serves buffet breakfasts each morning in the restaurant (surcharges apply). This 4-star property offers small meeting rooms, audiovisual equipment, and business services. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas and the hotel has an Internet point. The property has event space consisting of banquet facilities and conference/meeting rooms. The property has a casino shuttle, which is complimentary. Concierge services, tour/ticket assistance, and tour assistance are available. Complimentary guest parking is limited, and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional property amenities include a library, a terrace, and multilingual staff.
121 guestrooms at Mercure Salzburg City feature minibars and safes. Bathrooms feature bathtubs and hair dryers. Wireless Internet access is complimentary. In addition to desks, guestrooms offer direct-dial phones. LCD televisions have cable channels. Also included are windows that open and blackout drapes/curtains. Guests may request irons/ironing boards, hypo-allergenic bedding, and wake-up calls. Housekeeping is available daily.
Our customer reviews
Sarah from Worcester
“ Nice hotel, good deal price wise. rooms have tv, minibar, big bathroom with bath and shower, really comfortable bed. Measures up to a four star standard. Friendly helpful staff as well. Breakfast was excellent! I guess it might be considered a little out of the way as its in a more commercial/residental area, but its only a 10 minute walk to the main old-town area, with shops attractions and bars and restaurants. probably a 15-20 minute (flat walk) from the train station.
“ Top Tip: The fortress on the hill in the old town is well worth a visit for amazing views in all directions. there is a furnicular to get to the top, its about 11 euros pp to go up and down. twilight is an especially nice time for city views!
Kenny from Berwick-upon-tweed
“ Expected similar to Premier Inn but was more in the style of Holiday Inn with the bar, restaurant and terrace. Room was fine with ensuite bathroom, TV, fridge, hairdryer & kettle supplied. Friendly staff all speak English. Easy to find in a quiet location 10min from station, 20min from old town, ask for a map at reception.
Used Salzburg as a hub for Innsbruck and Venice returning after 4 days, let reception know we were returning and they gave us an upgrade.
Parking in the garage is €11, free parking on the grounds is very limited, if parking on the street move your car by 0800, fine is €21 + €4 commission if you pay at the post office.
Nigel from Cambridge
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Mark from Penkridge
This hotel was very comfortable. I took my mother to see the Christmas markets, and while i would have preffered two rooms naturally, funds would only stretch to sharing a twin, but this was fine.
The hotel is like a very nice travelodge, and while i would always try and go for something characterful, i wanted us both to have all the conveniences of a modern hotel. The rooms were very well kept, spacious, but not hugely so, with lots of closet space, and a lovely bathroom/shower. The service was excellent, everyone spoke perfect English, and they couldn't do enough-like providing a kettle, mugs and spoons for the room when we asked.
The hotel is a ten minute (if you are younger, or fifteen minute walk if you are elderly /in no rush) away from the old town-a doodle to find, you go straight ahead and turn right, and that's it. However, you walk past some lovely shops, and a great restaurant, this side of the river, before you get to the old town which you might have missed otherwise.
The breakfast at the restaurant is truly great. Everybody is catered for. In addition to the hot plates of sausages, bacon, scrambled eggs, cooked tomatoes etc...there are extensive cereals, juices (inc' freshly pressed orange), cheeses -hard and soft ,cold meats, and the usual jams, rolls, breads etc...found in Continental Europe Oh! and lots of different teas, and lovely coffee to boot!.
So, yes i recommend.
I can't remember the whole name but it is a restaurant on the right hand side about three or minutes before you come to the river from the hotel. It says Fuchs outside which means Fox. There is also a picture of one on the wall above the doorway.
This was a lively (no,not rowdy) place, in fact the atmosphere was great, very jovial and lots of bonhomie. Lovely food, such as pan fried trout, venison goulash and other hearty treats, and very well cooked. Mains were about £9-£10.
There is a no smoking section, but it's better in the other bit (and I've never smoked, and it wasn't a problem). They served till late too, about ten thirty. A top find.
Joseph from Gibraltar
“ The only thing that brings this hotel down, is its location. It is just a ten minute walk away from the city centre, but I think that if I ever go back to Salzburg I would book in the town centre. There are no places to eat near the hotel, so you do have to go back to the town centre. The breakfast was excellent and the rooms were very clean.
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