The Johannes Schloessl has a structure where guests can experience a quiet and spiritual atmosphere. Here meetings, retreats, courses and spiritual events are held. Whether you are looking for sports and creative activities during their hikes in the mountains or lakes in the SalzburgerLand, those who want to recharge their energies mentally and spiritually through the numerous spiritual and cultural offerings of the city will find an all-round offer here.
Johannes Schloessl History
Johannes Schloessl's structure is located in the middle of the protected natural landscape on the Mönchsberg in the city of Salzburg, which can be reached on foot in 10 minutes. The tranquility that radiates from the nature reserve is also found in the park and in the complex. In this pleasant atmosphere you can easily forget stress and daily routine and gather new strength. TVs are not present in the rooms, but can be borrowed on request. The staff of the house contributes cordially and willingly to arouse in the guests the desire to return. The cuisine with its regional dishes is authentic and typically Austrian.
Johannes-Schlöss has a long history. From the fourteenth century until today, its inhabitants have always appreciated isolation and tranquility. The simple comfort of the house is cozy and comfortable. Here also lives the Pallottine family, who are the owners of the Johannes Schlößl. They are named after the founder, Vinzenz Pallotti, who lived and worked as a priest in Rome from 1795-1850. His motto: "Caritas Christi urget nos" ("The love of Christ pushes us") is their mission and obligation. According to Pallotti's will, they should make man's experience through words and actions "the infinite love of God". The community offers guests time, attention and compassion.