How an old villa was turned into a new villa but with a wonderful turn of the century flair?
The town villa in the Auersperg street dates back to the era of the master builder Ceccona dynasty and has been in family possession since the 19th century. The Auersperg Hotel, a charming town hotel
with a natural garden and is diligently run by Bettina Wiesinger. The main building is distinguished by its special atmosphere, style and caring attention to detail.
Total of 23 rooms, have been revitalized by the interior designer – Sandra Aigner, from the Petite Double with 12qm to the Suites with 36qm. The superior technical fittings are thought out to the smallest detail in all rooms which are also equipped with flat screen TVs, DVD players, loading stations for I-Pods and mobile telephones, a Tivoli music centre and individual cupboard and minibar facilities.
The hotel direction does not make any compromises when it comes to sleeping comfort. With the voluminous Trecade Paris mattresses, every bed is furnished with a top quality product. High class materials, windows with wooden frames and wardrobe doors based on old designs, bed heads covered in natural cow hide, renovated old hallway floors from the turn of the century or new ones in oiled oak wood, nut wood furniture and fronts of local cherry wood, a newly installed lift all merge in a successful combination of substance with a modern spirit. In the bathrooms, the natural Rauris stone, Dornbracht fittings and ceramic by Duravit provide an effortless balancing act between demand and appearance. As a clever detail and a thoroughly seriously thought out invitation, relief lettering carved in the white tiles tell you: ”Please relax here“. Yes, gladly!
As if the creative tit bits are not enough, each room has a well-equipped book bar and CD selection which can allbe bought at the reception, too. The guests of the Auersperg Villa thus share their rooms with Barack Obama or at least with his biography containing Gabriel Barylli’s literary declaration of love for Salzburg, with picture impressions by the Salzburg born, star photographer Peter Rigaud or with Keith Jarrett’s soft jazz piano sound. And who knows, perhaps even George Clooney will pop by for a coffee. At any rate, a Nespresso machine Cube would be ready and waiting for him.
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