Italian influence in Salzburg began in the 16th century, when Venetian architect Vincenzo Scamozzi was comissioned with the planning of a new city layout. In cooperation with his successor Santino Solari, he created the look for which the city of Mozart today is world-famous. The connection of Salzburg and Venice is emphasized at Hotel Stein with an innovative concept.
Located in one of Salzburg's top locations, the hotel is dominated by the colour blue: blue as the lagoon and the heaven. Thanks to this colour scheme an unique atmosphere and style have been created that convey an incomparable lifestyle experience. In 56 exclusive rooms, that show exceptional attention to detail, new standards have been set. These can also be found at the hotel's restaurant and rooftop bar Seven Senses. Lovers of Haute Cuisine will there find first-class culinary delights - paired with an outstanding view of the city.
Located on the hotel's 2nd floor, the Honeymoon Suite offers a breathtaking view of the Fortress Hohensalzburg as well as the Salzach. The suite itself is absolutely made to fall in love with, but its eye-catcher definitely is the historically protected stucco ceiling, which is one-of-a-kind with its beauty and opulence.
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It is the playful lightness that makes Salzburg, the miniature metropolis so distinctive. The enchanting Baroque city on the northern edge of the Alps is so unique that it has long been inscribed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Most of the sights can be seen on a stroll through the historic city centre: the Residence, the Glockenspiel, the cathedral, the Franciscan Church, Mozart Square, the Horse Pond, Hofstallgasse, the Hohensalzburg Fortress and St. Peter’s monastery. The rhythm of the year is determined by the countless artistic and cultural events. The highlight of the year is undoubtedly the Salzburg Festival.