Hapimag members looking for a winter wonderland-style city escape can now book a stay at Hapimag’s stylish city residence apartments in Salzburg.
The finishing touches to the building’s renovation have been completed ahead of schedule and the City Residence could not be better located for those discovering this jewel of a city for the very first time.
Salzburg is best known for its festival theatres, stunning cathedral and as the birthplace of Wolfgang Mozart, making it an ideal city break for culture vultures. Whether you spend most of your trip exploring its musical and historic heritage or simply soaking up its café society ambiance, Salzburg is a fairytale winter destination with the added advantage of appealing to non-skiers, too.
This month, Salzburg’s famous winter classical music festival, Mozart Week, runs 24 January until 3 February when music fills the city, with concerts held in the Large Hall of the Mozarteum, at the House for Mozart, in the Large Festival Hall and at the Mozarteum University’s Solitär.
Located directly on Brodgasse in the centre of the city, The Hapimag City Residence is the ideal starting point for exploring all of the city’s attractions. After a busy day in town the apartment’s cream and grey tones are a soothing palette to come home to, and the interiors seamlessly mix the building’s baroque romance with a comfortable contemporary feel.
Hapimag purchased the property for the new city residence in Salzburg in 2008. Since February 2012, the existing building has been converted. The construction work has proceeded so fast that the twelfth Hapimag city residence will be available to members earlier than planned. The members can benefit from the pre-opening and enjoy a points-free stay from 26 December 2012 to 4 January 2013. From 4 January 2013, the normal booking conditions will apply.
Stays can now be booked in the Online Booking Portal or on the free Service Line 00800 3030 8080.
Further information on the new city residence in the city of Mozart is provided on the new resort website at www.hapimag.com/salzburg.