A Luxury Collection Destination, Austria
Situated in western Austria’s scenic Salzkammergut region, high in the Austrian Alps just outside the city of Salzburg, this famously beautiful area has music ingrained in its sparkling lakes, hidden valleys, medieval castles, and alpine villages.
Experience the classic Austrian Christmas spirit with Schloss Fuschl’s very own Christmas Market, complete with traditional handicrafts, kids’ activities, mulled wine, live music, and more.
Eddy Merckx, one of the greatest cycling legends, co-sponsors this popular one-day race through the scenic Salzburgerland that begins and ends in Fuschl am See.
Each fall, the towns and farms in the lush countryside of Salzburgerland hold events for the region’s annual harvest festival, from food fairs to craft markets to culinary demonstrations.
Schloss Fuschl rings in the new year in enchanting royal style with a six-course formal dinner, live music, midnight fireworks over the lake, and more.
This annual concert celebrates the spring season with music ranging from Austrian folk to jazz to pop.
The castle’s romantic fine-dining restaurant serves up award-winning Austrian cuisine – including fresh-from-the-lake fish caught by our castle fishery – alongside stunning lake views.
Leather armchairs and a roaring fireplace set the scene for schnaps, cigars, and long conversations under the 16th-century Gothic vaulted domes of the castle’s tower.
The castle’s renowned wine cellar is home to an impressive collection of bottles, from Champagnes to clarets, and is accessible by appointment with the sommelier only.
In the winter months, there’s nowhere cozier or more picturesque than the castle’s lakeside terrace; wrap up in a fur, sip a specialty hot punch, and soak up the wintry views.
Hike through the Salzburgerland hills and hum tunes from The Sound of Music, which was filmed here.
In cooperation with a renowned local art gallery, 80 historic works from the Schloss Fuschl Collection by Austrian, Italian, Flemish, French, Dutch and German Old Masters are displayed throughout the hotel.
Between its 15th-century-hunting-lodge origins and transformation into a hotel in 1954, Schloss Fuschl was the summer residence Salzburg’s archbishops, and a hideaway for aristocrats, empresses, and film stars.
Nab a lounger or a table on our scenic, guests-only Jetty, where cool drinks and gourmet treats complement 360-degree views of the lake and surrounding mountains.