Hotel & Villa Auersperg - Location & Arrival
Location and directions to the 4* boutique Hotel & Villa Auersperg in Salzburg
Your journey to Hotel Auersperg and your casino short break in Salzburg, Austria
From the Autobahn to Hotel&Villa Auersperg in Salzburg
Take the A1 Autobahn exit Salzburg North and continue driving towards the town centre until you see the mountain – then take a right and another right – following the red signs – the way into your town Hotel Auersperg with garden and free parking spaces is so simple. The gate will open automatically for you.
From Salzburg Airport to the Auersperg
Drive towards town centre on the Innsbrucker Bundesstrasse until it leads into Rudolf Biebl Strasse. Take a left here and drive North until you reach Ignaz Harrer Strasse, into which you take a right. After crossing the river Salzach the name changes into Saint-Julien-Strasse. In front of the railway crossing turn to the right into Rainerstrasse, after the railway bridge turn to your left into Humboldtstrasse. Take another right, followed by a left, now you are on Auerspergstrasse, which you drive through until the end and the Hotel Auersperg.
From the Salzburg train station to the Auersperg
On Elisabethstrasse you head towards the town centre, until the street enters into Rainerstrasse. After the railway bridge take a left onto Humboldtstrasse. Take another right and then a left immediately, now you are on Auerspergstrasse, which you will drive through until the end facing the Hotel Auersperg.
The 4* city Hotel Auersperg in Salzburg is easily reached. And for your luxurious evening at the Casino Salzburg a shuttle transfer is available, so that you can leave you car safely parked at the hotel’s own parking lot and focus on your favourite game. You have not booked a casino package at Hotel Auersperg? Enquire online without obligation – now it’s your turn.
“Perfect weekend stay, super friendly, great breakfast, town center”
Went to SZG for the weekend with a group of friends, booked Auersperg because it looked nice on the web, the welcome was really nice, the decor is a nice mix of modern and old villa style, the bar is cute, the rooms are good, the breakfast is great (finally a hotel that knows how to make fresh beetroot celery and apple juice and proper soft boiled eggs). The place is very well cared for and obviously loved by the owners. Pity we didn't get to try out the roof top sauna.... next time.