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Imperial Vienna

Vienna
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General

Built in 1863, the stunning Imperial Hotel in Vienna offers sumptuous surroundings as the former residence of the Prince of Wåurttemberg, before it was turned into a hotel in 1873. Classical music fans will particularly enjoy a stay here due to its prime location on Opera Square opposite the Musikverein. It’s also well located for many of Vienna’s other cultural sights, and just a 30-minute drive from Vienna International Airport.

Room Description

The hotel’s 138 rooms and suites blend traditional opulence with modern comforts. The decor reflect’s the building’s history as a prince’s palace, rooms filled with precious antiques and historical details, combining with spacious bathrooms with stylish accessories and bathrobes, Bose sound systems, flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi. Guests staying in suites will enjoy Bulgari bath amenities, a butler service and fresh flowers.

Activities

Culture lovers won’t know where to start when it comes to seeing the sights in Vienna, which include the famous Spanish Riding School and the Prater ferris wheel which featured in Graham Greene’s The Third Man. Pitstops are never far away thought; the city’s streets filled with Viennese cafés serving delicious coffee and cakes.

Dining

Enjoy innovative Austrian dishes inspired by international trends at the fine dining Opus restaurant. For something casual, head to Cafe Imperial for a coffee in authentic surroundings, or the 1873 HalleNsalon for a drink amid lounge-like surroundings.

Address

Karntner Ring 16
A-1010 Vienna
Austria

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