Concierge.com's insider take:
Formerly one of Salzburg's oldest inns, built in 1377, this landmark building in the old town has managed to preserve some of its medieval cuteness despite its new trendily sparse decor. The 42 rooms and 20 suites have knotty exposed beams and, in many cases, charming sloping ceilings as well as atmospheric views of the Salzach River, the Kapuziner Monastery, or the Hohensalzburg Fortress. The serviceable restaurant, Symphonie (you really can't escape the Mozart thing around here), overlooks the river, too.
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