Christmas in Salzburg€ 306,- 3 nights
per person per stay
Enjoy a holiday in Salzburg at Christmastime! This Christmas package will get you into the holiday spirit. The Christmas markets in and around Salzburg do the rest, setting the perfect mood your holiday.
Christmas holidays in the city of Salzburg
Hot punch, Christmas treats and a relaxing holiday ... our "Christmas in Salzburg" package includes:
- Welcome drink
- Three nights in a comfort double room with wonderful breakfast buffet
- Late breakfast on 24.12. with festive piano music
- Homemade cookies and a chilled bottle of champagne in your room
- 24-hour bus ticket
- Small Christmas surprise
- Parking in our underground garage
Dear Guests! Please note our opening times of our restaurant for Christmas and New Year's Eve:
On December 24th and 25th as well as on December 31st 2018 and January 1st 2019, our kitchen is closed. Dinner / half board can not be booked. (Breakfast for hotel guests is possible).
Company holidays: Our Café / Bistro / À la carte restaurant Pur:isst is closed from December 22nd 2018 until January 06th 2019. During this time half-board can only be booked for groups.
Christmas holidays in Salzburg, far away from everyday
Celebrate Christmas a bit differently this year – leave the stress and madness behind and enjoy Salzburg at its best! Look forward to the lovingly prepared Christmas brunch at the Amadeo Hotel, which is included in this Christmas package. Cuddle up in the comfy beds of your hotel room or stroll through Salzburg's beautifully decorated old town and stop by the world-famous Christkindlmarkt.
Salzburg's Christmas markets
The Amadeo Hotel enjoys a perfect location. From here you can easily reach Salzburg's most beautiful Christmas markets, such as the Hellbrunner Adventzauber market in front of the wonderful backdrop provided by the Hellbrunn Palace, or the Salzburger Christkindlmarkt in the old town. Get in the Christmas spirit with a hot punch and some biscuits. Do you still need a gift or two? Perhaps you'll find a souvenir at one of the Christmas markets.