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BAD ISCHL FEATURED HOTELS, AUSTRIA

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Bad Ischl is a spa town in Austria. It lies in the southern part of Upper Austria, at the Traun River in the centre of the Salzkammergut region. The town consists of the Katastralgemeinden Ahorn, Bad Ischl, Haiden, Jainzen, Kaltenbach, Lauffen, Lindau, Pfandl, Perneck, Reiterndorf and Rettenbach. It is connected to the village of Strobl by the river Ischl, which drains from the Wolfgangsee, and to the Traunsee, into which the stream empties. A subcamp of the Dachau concentration camp was located in the town.

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Hotel Goldenes Schiff Bad Ischl Hotel Goldenes Schiff Bad Ischl, Bad Ischl
This graceful property in a quiet area, offers elegant accommodation and modern facilities to make your stay in Bad Ischl a pleasant one. Dominated by the peacefulness and the unique panoramic view of the wonderful Salzkammergut landscape, Hotel Goldenes Schiff is situated in the heart of Bad Ischl. All other well known attractions of Bad Ischl - Imperial Villa, Imperial Thermal Spa, Confectionery Zauner, Congress and Theatre House, museums and so on are within five minutes walking distance. This hotel with its 55 rooms and suites, designed to harmonize comfort and tradition, is a sight of its own. Our award winning restaurant serves fresh, light and refined dishes which you can enjoy in cosy and modern surroundings. There is also a beautiful garden by the river. Pamper yourself in the wellness area with sauna, marble steam bath, massages and winter garden and float away from the cares of the day.
Schloss Fuschl Resort and Spa, Bad Ischl Schloss Fuschl Resort & Spa, Fuschlsee-Salzburg, near Bad Ischl
This 15th-century fairytale castle, the Hotel Schloss Fuschl, is set in lush greenery and perched overlooking Lake Fuschl in the Austrian Mountains; Salzburg city centre is 12 kilometres away. The Fin de Siecle style spa comprises nine treatment rooms, workout studio, sauna, steam room, spa tub, and relaxation area with open fireplace and heated pool. An outdoor sauna and hot tub overlook the lake. relaxing spa treatments and therapies are available in the spa or in the open air. The hotel has 2 fine dining restaurants, the Imperial serves European and Asian fusion dishes while the Schloss offers a more classic restaurant serving Austrian specialities. A lakeside terrace provides the opportunity to dine al fresco. There are 2 bars including a 16th-century gothic vaulted Austrian coffee house and a wine cellar..
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GRAZ FEATURED HOTELS, AUSTRIA

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Since the Middle Ages, a town has been growing around the Schlossberg hill oh which its inhabitants can be proud. In fact, it was the unique ensemble of architectural styles spanning from Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance, Art Nouveau to modernity that made UNESCO add Graz to its World Cultural Heritage list. Graz Is also full of contrasts. This is particularly true of its cultural life. contemporary art and architecture enrich the cultural scene as much as the classical culture: opera, theatre and festival of classical music. In 2003, Graz was an acclaimed Cultural Capital of Europe. The Striking art center "friendly alien" and the Island in the Mur were only two of the many great achievements of this year of celebration.... read more
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Augarten Art Hotel, Graz Augarten Art Hotel, Graz
The Hotel Augarten is centrally located in Graz, Austria, within 1.5 kilometres of the old town and the sights of the Schlossberg (Castle Hill) area. The contemporary Augarten adds a striking landmark of glass and metal to a city already well endowed with architecture from many periods.  The hotel features include an indoor swimming pool surrounded by brightly coloured sofas and a rooftop sun terrace with views across the city. The sauna and gym stay open round the clock. The Augarten serves breakfast daily (surcharge), and its Gault Millau-awarded Magnolia Restaurant serves light Mediterranean-style cooking (fish and fresh vegetables feature on the menu).   A Carillon in old-town Glockenspielplatz plays 3 times a day, at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., accompanied by a parade of traditionally dressed figures..
Hotel Gollner. Graz Hotel Gollner, Graz
The Hotel Gollner has its roots back in the nineteenth century. Originally it served as a coaching station to which the Gollner family gradually added both wine-cellar and restaurant. In 1961 the hotel which had, till then, been called „zum Schimmel“ („The Horse“), was completely rebuilt and given the name „Hotel Gollner.“ The horse on the roof-gable commemorates the former name.  We have always aimed to offer our guests a friendly and pleasant atmosphere; we call ourselves „Graz's friendly hotel“; and are constantly doing all we can to maintain and improve our claim to such a title. Of course our entire staff will do all they can to help and 
support our guests in every way.  The City Hotel Gollner in Graz has everything you would expect from a first-class, four-star hotel. Whether you plan to spend a relaxing weekend in Graz, spontaneously decide to make a short trip or are here on business,
Hotel Zum Dom, Graz
This unusual 4-star boutique hotel in the picturesque Old Town of Graz is only a few steps from the Cathedral. Free Wi-Fi is available. Each room at Hotel zum Dom - Palais Inzaghi is unique in design, complemented by antique as well as contemporary furnishings. All rooms offer cable TV and a minibar. Most are equipped with air conditioning and flat-screen TVs, as well as Nespresso coffee makers. The Caffè Trieste serves Italian coffee, fine wines and small snacks in an Italian ambience. Palais Inzaghi occupies a charming historic building bordering the pedestrian zone. With all major sights within walking distance, Hotel zum Dom is an ideal starting point to explore Graz.
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LINZ FEATURED HOTELS, AUSTRIA

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Linz is the third-largest city of Austria and capital of the state of Upper Austria (German: Oberösterreich). It is located in the north centre of Austria, approximately 30 km south of the Czech border, on both sides of the river Danube. The main street "Landstraße" leads from the "Blumauerplatz" to "Taubenmarkt" (Pigeonmarket) near the main square. In the middle of the main square the high "Pestsäule" ("plague column", also known as "Dreifaltigkeitssäule" (Dreifaltigkeit means Holy Trinity)) was built to remember the people who died in the plague epidemics. Near the castle, being the former seat of Friedrich the III — the oldest Austrian church is located: Sankt/Saint Martins church. It was built during early medieval Carolingian times.

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Courtyard By Marriott Hotel Linz
Exuding a classical simplicity that sits at ease with the hotel's exclusive surroundings, this property is the most comfortable accommodation choice for those who wants to visit Linz 's attractions or on a business journey.  Situated in one of the most prestigious districts of Linz, the Courtyard By Marriott Hotel is just 10 minutes from the historic main square and is also close to the Danube River as well as multiple tourist attractions including, Ars Electronica Centre, Poestlingberg and Grotto Railway and many others.  This lovely hotel comprises a selection of beautifully appointed guestrooms, all of which have been designed with the busy traveller in mind and have been finished to the most exacting standards of contemporary styling to ensure you an unforgettable experience.  The signature on-site restaurant as well the exclusive bar is a bright and warm area where guests can sip excellent drinks and taste delicious meals. 
Steigenberger Hotel Linz
Located on the famous blue Danube River, the Steigenberger Hotel Linz offers its guests a magnificent view of the river. The hotel itself also impresses with its modern Anglo-American architecture that creates a comfortable and casual ambience. Our restaurant keeps its promise of superb dining in a relaxed atmosphere: Fresh and light dishes from both international and regional cuisine await you here. We also recommend our special-food weeks with various delicacies. You can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the River Danube from our large summer terrace. Here, in Mediterranean style, amidst the scent of flowering trees and bushes, you will be served light summer dishes and spicy barbequed specialties. In winter, don’t miss out on the very special atmosphere of our “punch-evenings”.
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Graz the Cultural Capital    by Said El Sady
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Since the Middle Ages, a town has been growing around the Schlossberg hill oh which its inhabitants can be proud. In fact, it was the unique ensemble of architectural styles spanning from Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance, Art Nouveau to modernity that made UNESCO add Graz to its World Cultural Heritage list.

Graz Is also full of contrasts. This is particularly true of its cultural life. contemporary art and architecture enrich the cultural scene as much as the classical culture: opera, theatre and festival of classical music. In 2003, Graz was an acclaimed Cultural Capital of Europe. The Striking art center "friendly alien" and the Island in the Mur were only two of the many great achievements of this year of celebration.

It is now official knowledge, what Graz people have known forever - Graz is a capital of culinary pleasures! The Styrian products and the region's specialities, particularly the outsanding wines and the dark pumpkin seed oil, are the main carriers of this culinary identity.

Trams Run Along Herrengasse, Stop at Hauptplatz in Main Street of Old Town, Graz, Styria, Austria
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Mur Insel and Mariahilfkirche Church, Graz, Styria, Austria
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The Mediterranean ambience is all over: in picturesque beer garden, on rustic farmers markets, in narrow alleys, on lively squares and in dreamy courtyards.

Graz has been a university town since 1585! Four universities with more than 16 faculties have grounded the high international repute of Graz as a research and science location. Private hightech businesses and research institutions mainly in the aerospace and automotive technology, but also in biotechnology and plant design - export know how from Graz all over the world.

Since begining 2009 there was found an Online community for Graz http://www.grazonline.at offering different possibilties like an English forum and chat to get communicate with people from Graz and get information about the city and the most important links which you would need about Graz.

The abundant offer of sights, high class cultural events together with the Styrian regional culinary delicacies are other decisive factors for choosing Graz.

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About the Author: Bsc. in Hotels management. Diploma in Front office management.writing articles since 2 years related to Job and Career management and Travel destinations. http://www.grazonline.at/

 
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