Written on: 06/01/2016 by Agustin330 (1 review written)
Area and skiing fantastic, but major let down is the owners of this establishment!. They seriously do not care about customers, they are only interested in their own social life with their local friends. Stayed for Christmas, one family had to ask for a Christmas tree to be put up to make the experience more Christmassy for their children. Christmas Day meal was rushed and very small portions, the hosts left for a local bar part-way through the meal so they could enjoy themselves! Serious… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/04/2010
Staff were excellent. Food was top drawer. Owners aloof and abrupt and more concerned with the locals than paying guests. housekeeping didnt seem to exist unless you count having your quilt folded as housekeeping. Over half the party contracted D and V. Skiing brilliant.
My advice? Go to the resort but stay elsewhere… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/04/2010
As soon as we landed the taxi didnt turn up after waiting 20 minutes. We chose this location to get married as we thought getting married abroad was going to be made easier than getting married at home. This wasnt the case. As soon as we got there the owners had a "didnt you know attitude" i had to ask for a taxi to be booked for me to get my wedding hair done as they assumed i had already made arrangements. I wouldnt of minded but i had payed these people over 400euro to organise my wedding… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2010
though the position of Haus Salzburg was good, the housekeeping was next to non-existent. We had to beg for minute bars of soap and towels. The floors were not cleaned the whole week we were there and glasses and cups life dirty in the rooms.
The owner, very abrupt and totally adverse to any negative comments. Breakfast lacking in basics, no bread and only one option for cooked meal, in cramped bar area. Guests were treat inferior to local punters.
The saving grace..........food was good… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/03/2010 by clarkieathome (1 review written)
LAST OF THE WINTER WINE
(Glyn-Foggy, Paul-Compo and Scott-Clegg)
A ski trip to the Haus Salzburg, Austria.
The boys had decided on an end-of-season ski trip to Austria and a friend had recommended the relatively unknown resort of Hinterthal in the Hochk nig (High King Mountain region). We decided to drive, as Hinterthal is situated in the easily accessible northern region of the Austrian Alps (12 hours from Calais), about an hour drive from Salzburg. The journey was a breeze, thanks to Vera… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/09/2007 by Skibum (1 review written)
We had a great family holiday in Hinterthal; great food, nice bar, huge skiing area. Haus Salzburg is a fantastic hotel with excellent hosts. Would fully recommend… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/04/2005 by Krystyna Burnett (1 review written)
We would recommend Haus Salzburg Hotel to anyone wanting a relaxing holiday in a charming small hotel, who's service and standards would befit a larger establishment charging far more for its services.
Don't hesitate - just book it - you won't regret it!… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/12/2004 by CarlOwen (1 review written)
Haus Salzburg is an beautiful traditional chalet type hotel nestled in the small mountain town of Hinterthal near Maria Alm; it has a rustic bar, restaurant, and a selection of guest rooms some containing antique furniture. Most rooms have a mountain view of the surrounding Hochk nig mountain range with several 3000m peaks.
Facilities available are skiing in the winter with the ski lifts only 200m away, and walking and mountain biking in the summer… Read Full Review
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