We shared the penthouse with another couple with whom we are good friends. I had been to Salzburg several times in the 1990's and was generally familiar with the area. As it turned out, this property was located about 10-15 minutes walking distance from the main downtown tourist attractions. However, it was separated by the Siegmunster Tunnel (auto & pedestrian), which placed it in a much quieter and less traveled neighborhood.
The property itself is truly one-of-a-kind. Very well-appointed and contemporary. I speculate that it was architect-designed. Three good-sized bedrooms. Plenty of storage space. The toilet and bath/shower areas were completely separate, greatly enhancing usage by a larger group. A highlight was two bathroom sinks made of petrified wood noted as 5 million years old! The rooftop deck is delightful….we opted for dinner one night on the deck under the stars. The entire property exhibits much attention to detail including lighting, skylights, furniture and bathroom fixtures. Washer/dryer facilities are in the basement.
There in fact were no negatives. I'd only note that this is a third floor walk-up penthouse. But even the two flights of stairs were nicely illuminated by small inset lights automatically engaged by photosensors. Schlepping baggage up two flights could be problematic for older folks.
We stayed here Sunday through Wednesday…..I was surprised by the throng of tourists visiting Salzburg. Since we visited in September after the commencement of schools and during the week, I expected less tourist traffic.