There is no better residential location in Vienna's First District than this – right across from the Vienna State Opera. The Albertina as well as the pedestrian precinct of Kärntner Strasse are right around the corner.
Although the hotel appears huge from the outside, it is cosy and informal as soon as you step inside. Through the entrance hall with the porter's lodge you reach the opulent red hearth room and after that the "Blue Bar". Sitting here feels as if you'd travelled back in time to Imperial Austria.
2 restaurants, hotel bar "Blaue Bar", wine bar Sacher-Eck, Café Sacher, top-floor spa with 6 treatment rooms, sauna, salt water and herbal steam bath and gym.
This is the only place where you get the original Sachertorte – it is actually part of the breakfast buffet. A delicious cake any time of day, to be sure. At night, however, we recommend the tender boiled beef at Rote Salon.
There are 149 stylishly refurbished rooms and suites decorated in different colours ranging from soft pink and green to taupe and radiant yellow. All rooms feature exquisite pieces of art and lavish details such as small warning signs at the sink "Beware - water turning hot quickly" or the beauty products "Time to Chocolate" expressly designed for the Hotel Sacher.
There is practically nothing the dedicated service team would not do for you. Be it forgotten cuff links for your dress shirt or a zipper that broke in the most inopportune moment, the staff are sure to remain calm and helpful, leaving no problem unresolved.
Hotel Sacher Wien
A legend combining tradition with modernity, this luxury hotel was opened in 1876 by one Eduard Sacher, son of the creator of the original Sachertorte, and has recently been given a thorough once-over by French interior designer Pierre Yves Rochon. The Hotel Sacher is rather special, a veritable Viennese institution with close ties to the city's society and history. The hotel's special charm is its unmistakeable atmosphere. You can find pieces of art here which some museum curators would very much like to call their own. Art seems to be everywhere, in the salons as well as in the wonderfully and newly-decorated rooms and suites. You can spend hours on end just wandering through the house admiring the paintings and the many pictures of the hotel's famous guests which adorn the walls. This is a place for all who wish to absorb Viennese history while taking advantage of modern amenities and excellent service.
The Sacher is surely the most Viennese of any hotel in the Austrian capital. There is no better place to go back in time while benefiting from a five-star infrastructure and service.
The maze-like network of corridors can be annoying. Depending on which room you are staying in, you will have to pass through endless hotel corridors to get to the spa or the restaurant.
Location: Wien | Austria
Hotel Sacher Wien
Philharmonikerstrasse 4 · 1010 Wien
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