The completion ushers in a new era of luxury for Salzburg’s most storied hotel, which has stood on the city’s historic Getreidegasse since 1407. An extensive restoration of all 70 guestrooms and suites was unveiled, along with the hotel’s celebrated common areas which houses its’ 612-year-old antique collection.
Designed with the intention of remaining true to the hotel’s country house style, guests can now enjoy the authenticity of historic Salzburg with a subtle modernity.
“With a legacy of more than six centuries of exceptional service, the restoration of Hotel Goldener Hirsch, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Salzburg brings this hospitality icon into the modern day while celebrating its history and heritage,” said Jenni Benzaquen, vice president, Luxury Brands – Europe, Marriott International. “The meticulous renovation of this storied work of art showcases the hotel’s individuality while allowing the legendary service and contemporary epicurean offerings to shine through.”
The hotel’s 64 guestrooms and six suites have long been characterised by the building’s unique architecture, adding a sense of individuality to each space.