Besides a longstanding friendship with the Altstadt Vienna, the hotelière Susi Schellhorn also possesses a similar understanding of the beautiful. And a unique interpretation of the art of hospitality. She directs the Seehof Goldegg in Salzburg together with her husband Sepp Schellhorn for the fifth generation.
It is hardly surprising that guests immediately feel at home in the spacious rooms of the Seehof Suite, which they redesigned for the Altstadt Vienna. Clear colors, beautiful fabrics and cozy pieces of furniture, amongst others by Jaime Hayon and Charles Eames, create a cozy ambience.
Lying in the bed you directly look onto the lake in Goldegg - only disguised by a painted curtain in pastel shades. This work of art was created by the German painter Degenhard Andrulat (*1954). His brushstroke can also be seen in the hallway to rooms #21 - #28. A landscape painting by the Berlin painter Alfons Pressnitz (*1982) and deer heads made of felt from "Strong Beest" complete the atmosphere and create a symbiosis of rural coziness and urban chic.
Susi Schellhorn's Seehof Suite is a Suite L. Discover here a piece of Goldegg in the Altstadt Vienna and exciting further interpretations of the Viennese way of life: