Occupying a magnificent 19th-century palace, The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna is an oasis of luxury in the heart of the city. The hotel has done justice to the building's majestic original features and incorporated them seamlessly into the interiors; a harmonious mix of stunning architecture and contemporary design. Rooms reflect the building's timeless style with soaring ceilings, wood paneling and lavish furnishings. Modern in-room amenities include wireless internet, mini bar and IPod docks for a pleasant stay. Delectable Austrian cuisine can be savored at DSTRIKT, while the spectacular rooftop bar is a place to enjoy champagne and sunsets. You can unwind at full service Guerlain Spa, that includes a modern pool playing music underwater. Kids are not to be left behind with activities like the Treasure Hunt to keep them occupied. Check website for availability and more.
Belonging to the internationally-acclaimed hotel chain, Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom impresses its guests with its world-class service and fine hospitality. This beautiful hotel was designed by Jean Nouvel, a famed architect and features 182 elegant rooms. Each room is adorned with fine furnishings and modern amenities that assure a comfortable stay for the guests. The lobby is grand with plush decor and video ceilings that are sure to grab your attention. After an enjoyable touristy day, you can burn away the extra calories at the well-equipped gym or pamper yourself with some relaxing spa therapies at the spa on-site. The hotel also houses a restaurant Das Loft, which is popular for serving delicacies from around the world.
First opened in 1991, the Altstadt Hotel proved itself a hit rather swiftly. Centrally set in a beautiful patrician house just west of the Museumsquartier and very close to Mariahilferstrasse, it has great decor with a mixture of new designer lighting and bold colored walls, as well as some nice old-fashioned features. The rooms are very spacious, have polished parquet floors and high ceilings, and a handful overlook a peaceful courtyard. The breakfast buffet is superb and the service excellent.
Sacher, one of Vienna's most famous hotels, has been popular with the rich and famous ever since it opened in 1876. These days its cafe is full of tourists, thanks to the famous Sacher chocolate cake. However, the hotel itself has still managed to maintain an exclusive flair, with its oil paintings, marble stucco, red velvet curtains in the lounges and exclusive spa. The more expensive rooms are stunning, while the standard rooms are a bit simpler but just as comfortable. A fine combination of luxury and tradition will provide for a wonderful stay while in Vienna.
If you stay at the Hotel Imperial, you might well find some grim-looking soldiers with MPs in and around the hotel. No cause for alarm, chances are you have an important politician sleeping under the same roof. This is one of the grandest of the top hotels in the city. Its over-the-top Ringstrasse-style is best captured in the hotel's monumental marble staircase and opulent bedrooms. In 1994, it was voted as "The World's Best Hotel" by readers of Condé Nast Traveller. Your stay here will surely be luxurious and grand, you may even leave with a new air of elegance and a 5-star grin to match.
Questo lussuoso albergo di fine secolo vanta uno dei migliori indirizzi della città, davanti all'Opera su Ringstrasse. Gli interni, arredati con mobili antichi e dipinti ad olio, sono sfarzosi ma allo stesso tempo sobri. Ogni salone ha un suo stile. Prendere un tè nella sala con le colonne dorate è un must, come anche una cena nel famoso ristorante Korso. L'albergo ha anche una penthouse all'ultimo piano ed eccellenti stanze business come anche quelle standard.
Apartment bed and breakfast Sacher has arguably the best location for a bed and breakfast in Vienna. Situated at Rotenturmstrasse, right behind St. Stephen's Cathedral, guests find themselves in the very heart of Old Vienna. The rooms are well equipped and attractively furnished. The bed and breakfast is owned by a great-great-granddaughter of the chef who created one of Vienna's best-known assets worldwide: the Sachertorte. The management offers lower rates for longer stays. Expect traditional Austrian interior decorating.
Questo hotel arredato con colori caldi e tanto legno si trova in posizione ottimale, proprio di fronte alla cattedrale di Santo Stefano.
This pretty bed and breakfast, situated on the second floor of a wonderful late 19th century building, is in the First District. Its owner is friendly and has tastefully decorated the spacious rooms, all of which are en suite. This small hotel is a good option if you need to stay in the city center without breaking your traveling budget. Opera lovers will also be pleased by its proximity to the Viennese Kammeroper.
The eye-catching black building, with elliptical windows, is in sharp contrast to the majestic classical architecture that characterizes the inner city area. The hotel's striking exterior draws inspiration from one of the works of Koloman Moser, a renowned Austrian artist. The interiors are equally stunning, with black being the consistent theme around which the design revolves. For the rooms, the architects took inspiration from various contemporary Viennese artists resulting in a design that's high on style. Salon Topazz, the hotel's stylish restaurant and lounge offers organic breakfasts and wines. A rooftop conference space caters to the business crowd. The hotel is high on green credentials and incorporates energy saving measures. Check website for room availability and more.
A modern, four-star restaurant with comfortable furnishing, located near the center.
It was in fact Brahms and Schubert, rather than Mozart, who used to frequent the tavern that once stood on the site of this hotel. The décor of this spruce and modern hotel matches Mozart's era; red carpets, upholstery and lampshades as well as opulent chandeliers create a very rococo flair, which strikingly contrasts with the modern service and management; both are products of a firm philosophy of personalized service and the importance of well-kept surroundings.