Nothing bad to say. We would consider staying there again, but for $160 Euros a night for a couple (we had to get a triple room due to late booking) I might consider looking for something closer downtown.
The pictures on the website make the hotel look like it is set in a rural area, in reality it is sandwiched in between other homes. The back of the property did open up a bit and views of the surrounding hills was quite pleasant. The staff was quite friendly and spoke good English. We did run into one of the servers at breakfast that didn't speak English but I was able to find some common ground by speaking Spanish. Funny how the world works when you are a Texan in Austria speaking Spanish. We had a car and the parking was not an issue the staff even allowed us to leave our car right in front of the hotel after we checked out while we went into Salzburg for one last look around. The hotel is a short walk to the bus line that takes you into town, but if you are going to get on and off the bus its best to buy an all day pass....if you can find an operating ticket machine, otherwise you can buy a ticket from the bus driver at a slight premium. The free breakfast was nice, but its a standard European fare. Scrambled eggs, bread, cheeses, deli style meat, fruit, cereals and yogurt. We only spent one night so we spent most of our time in town so we didn't have the opportunity to sample the kitchen menu or beer garden the hotel had. That said, there were several locals there and it appeared to be a quiet and relaxing atmosphere. When you read the what I didn't like side it really isn't a slam against the hotel, just an observation.