Sacher Vienna

Sacher Vienna

This luxury Viennese hotel is part of the city like the Opera House, the Prater Ferris wheel, the Fiaker horse carriages and the Lipizzaner horses. The Sacher, as the Viennese call it, is a hotel that combines contemporary Viennese comfort and luxury with the charm and feel of the old Habsburg monarchy. In 1876, Eduard Sacher founded the Hotel Sacher in Vienna. He was the son of the creator of the Original Sacher-Torte, a unique chocolate cake. Soon after its creation, the Sacher became a world famous meeting point for politicians, artists and the aristocracy. Since 1934, the hotel has been run by the Gürtler family, who is very keen on maintaining the hotel’s old tradition.

A simple glance from its windows shows the hotel’s special location. It is right in the city center, close to the pedestrian shopping area Kärtnerstraße, opposite the Opera House and only a tiny walk away from St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Hofburg and the elegant Ringstraße, a road which boasts Vienna’s major sites, like the Burgtheater and the City Hall.

Our top choice for rooms are the beautiful top deluxe rooms with views of the city or the Deluxe Junior Suites, where you can enjoy views of the Albertina or Opera House.

After a great day of touring, there is no better way to end your day but with a coffee and piece of Sacher-Torte from the Cafe Sacher.

For more information, and to book, contact one of our experts.



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