The brand-new Park Hyatt opened in June 2014. Located in a former bank building, the hotel reflects its 100-year-old history with wood paneling, stained glass and marble, all gorgeously restored.
Surrounding on three sides by the pedestrian streets of the Golden Quarter, the hotel avoids all the traffic yet is in the heart of the city. Set just off Kohlmarket, all the best shopping and restaurants can be found right outside the Hyatt’s door. Vienna’s best sights are within a few minutes’ walk.
The Bank restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and features a large open kitchen concept. The restaurant specializes in regional cuisine, with all ingredients from local sources. It’s a true farm-to-table restaurant. The chefs have an herb garden on the hotel rooftop. An additional cafe and a bar round out the public spaces.
The full-service spa features separate his and her areas with sauna and steam rooms. The highlight is a swimming pool located in the former bank vault. The extensive fitness center features Technogym equipment.
The unique feature of this hotel is that that have been able to preserve the historic elements of the building, including some gorgeous art deco design features, while incorporating a very contemporary feel with the furnishings. Just about every room has a separate shower and tub and most rooms have double sinks. Closets are huge and there are many connecting room possibilities. All rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi.
completely renovated into a cool and contemporary hotel. This hotel features a prime location right in the heart of the pedestrian district. The overall theme is one of Hollywood’s golden years and even the name harkens back to a favorite Austrian film star – Heddy Lamarr. This is a sister hotel to the Hotel Topazz, located directly across the street and you can use the facilities at both. You can visit the Salon Topazz for a club-lounge style atmosphere with complimentary beverages and snacks. This is also where breakfast is served.
For a century, this architectural landmark and symbol of hospitality has received the city's most distinguished visitors. An original Wurttemberg palace, inaugurated in 1873 by Emperor Franz Joseph I, the hotel's architectural detailing exemplifies Vienna's own Ringstrasse style. The Italian architect Zanotti designed the façade of the palais, which resembles a massive governmental building with a heroic frieze carved into the pediment below the roofline.
The palace was converted into a hotel in 1873 for the World Exhibition. Today this luxury hotel features 76 rooms and 62 suites blending the timeless elegance of 19th century Vienna with modern luxury conveniences. The dining options include the historic Café Imperial and the Michelin Star Restaurant OPUS. A small fitness center rounds out the facilities.
Opposite the Vienna State Opera House and a short walk from the renowned shopping of Kaerntner Strasse lies the Hotel Bristol, A Westin Hotel. A landmark of elegance in Austria's capital city, the Bristol is renowned for impeccable service and luxurious guest rooms.
The Hotel Bristol was built in 1892 in the typical Viennese Biedermeier style. It is located directly opposite the Vienna State Opera House, close to all major sites of the city of Vienna. Precious antiques decorate the rooms, suites and public areas. The hotel was completely refurbished in 2000.
This new style of hotel opened in the heart of Vienna in October 2013 and has quickly become one of the most popular hotels in the city. Its location is perfect – right at Albertinaplatz, putting all the top sites of the city within a short walk. The tram and underground stops are very close by.
The hotel features contemporary design with modern furniture and art throughout. All rooms feature complimentary Austrian wines, beer and non-alcoholic drinks, along with tea and coffee. All feature relatively open bathrooms, with the glazed glass shower visible from the room.
The brasserie and bakery here is popular with locals and serves light meals, including breakfast. This hotel does not include breakfast in the room rates. All guests do have complimentary Wi-Fi.
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. 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, opposite the Opera House and only a short walk away from St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Hofburg, and the Museum Quarter.
The hotel, in addition to its perfect location, features two fine dining restaurants and the legendary Blaue Bar—the perfect spot for drinks before the opera or ballet. Of course, the Sacher Café, featuring the world-famous Sacher Torte is also an option. The Sacher has a small spa with an array of services, including the unique Time to Chocolate line of treatments as well as those by La Prarie. There is also a small fitness center.
All 149 rooms and suites are recently renovated and feature modern amenities with traditional décor.
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This luxury boutique hotel features a prime location adjacent to the Museum Quarter, right in the heart of Vienna. The hotel’s interior design is cool and contemporary and inspired by Philippe Starck. The hotel’s 63 rooms and suites are all individually designed and feature many historic elements of this 1870’s building, including parquet flooring and high ceilings.
The hotel offers a small restaurant and bar as well as a large holistic wellness center that includes a small fitness center and a lap-pool.
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Le Meridien Vienna is located in the heart of the city, just steps away from the pedestrian area and the Museum Quarter, making this hotel a great value in a perfect location. The hotel is very contemporary in décor and epitomizes the chain’s “Art+Tech” concept. Guests will find a sleek and modern style in all aspects of the hotel. The main restaurant, Shambala, features international cuisine and the adjacent lounge is lively.
The fitness center features an indoor pool (a rarity in Vienna) as well as a well-equipped fitness center and spa.
Rooms are very contemporary and all feature beds with hypoallergenic mattresses and pillows dressed in white linen. All rooms have large plasma televisions, complimentary high-speed internet access and complimentary stocked minibars. The bathrooms are extraordinary, featuring power showers with body jets.