Dreifaltigkeitsgasse 2,5700 Zell am SeeUse of an Internet terminal at the hotel
Hotel built in 1493, Last complete renovation 2006, Number of floors 3, Total number of rooms 28, Number of single rooms 4, Number of double rooms 24, of which have 2 separate beds 10, of which have a double bed 14, of which are suitable as three-bed rooms 8, of which are suitable as four-bed rooms 8, Rooms with connecting door 2, Number of junior suites 2, Hotel, City hotel, Business hotel, Art/design hotel, Boutique hotel, Trade fair/conference hotel, Holiday hotel, family-run hotel, child-friendly hotel, Cycling/biker hotel, Hiking hotel, Golf hotel, Winter sports hotel, Gay and lesbian-friendly hotel, Certified Ski Alpine Hotel, Certified Ski Nordic Hotel
positiv: close to zell am see activities.
negativ: Very old and not renovated. I was disappointed comparing to the pictures of the hotel in HRS website. no available free parking near to the hotel except one a 200 meters away. we had to park our car to a rented place very near to the hotel and we had to pay 8 euros per day as this is a discounted rate offered by the hotel.
By train: From Vienna Vienna – Salzburg – Bischofshofen (connecting trains from Graz) – Schwarzach/St.Veit (connecting trains from Klagenfurt) – Zell am See From Munich Munich – Rosenheim – Kufstein – Wörgl (connecting trains from Innsbruck) – Kitzbühel – St. Johann – Saalfelden – Zell am See OR Munich – Salzburg – Zell am See
From Vienna A1 Westautobahn Vienna – Salzburg – Bad Reichenhall Deutsches Eck – B311 Lofer – Zell am See OR A1 Westautobahn/Tauernautobahn until Exit Werfen – Bischofshofen – Schwarzach – Zell am See From Munich Highway A8 Munich-Salzburg – Exit Siegsdorf – Inzell – Steinpaß – B311 Lofer – Zell am See By plane: Salzburg Airport W.A.Mozart / 50 miles Innsbruck Airport / 100 miles Munich F.J. Strauß / 150 miles Private planes to Zell am See Airport / 2 miles