Here in Bad Aussee you will find the Hotel Erzherzog Johann. The four-star house enchants with its warm hospitality and central location.
Just across the street is the Kur- und Congresshaus, where numerous events take place. In the Erzherzog Johann, the rooms differ in two ways. The Zirbentrakt with fragrant wood and loden fabrics and the Stammhaus with south-facing balcony and linen fabrics.
Choose between double room, single room or suite and between Zirbe and Stammhaus. The catering is the same in both house categories, Johann enjoyment pension purely.
The pleasure pension contains a
A box seat above the roofs of Aussee. The wellness area is on the top floor of the hotel and offers a great view of the surrounding mountains.
Unique in Ausseerland-Salzkammergut:
The in-house meeting area is on the second floor. Here events for 100 people can take place. Due to the different seating arrangements of the banquet hall, various events can be held. From seminars to family reunions to weddings, everyone will find their place at the Erzherzog Johann.
We are available by phone or e-mail for information about a stay at the Hotel Erzherzog Johann in Bad Aussee!
The packed bath bag is already waiting in the room.
via the A2 Südautobahn, the S6 to St. Michael, continue on the A9 Phyrn-Autobahn, take the Liezen exit to the Trautenfels junction - turn off to Ausseerland
via the A1 Westautobahn, take the Regau exit as far as Gmunden, continue on the B145 as far as Bad Ischl, turn off into Ausseerland/Liezen
via the Tauernautobahn A10, exit at Golling, continue on B162 in the direction of Lammertal, past Abtenau to Gosau, continue to Lake Hallstättersee on the B166, keep left in the direction of Bad Goisern, turn onto the B145 in the direction of Bad Aussee/Liezen
via the A10 Tauernautobahn, take the Eben exit, continue on the B99 in the direction of Hüttau, past St. Martin am Tennengebirge to Rußbach and Gosau, continue to Lake Hallstättersee on the B166, keep left in the direction of Bad Goisern, turn onto the B145 in the direction of Bad Aussee/Liezen