Hotel König von Ungarn Heritage and superior quality

Step back in time and experience a wealth of old world charm at the historic Hotel König von Ungarn, located right in the heart of Vienna.

Having welcomed crowned heads of state, artists and other prominent figures as its guests, the traditional building dates back to 1746. The classic interiors feature artisan wooden furnishings, luxurious fabrics in emerald, gold and maroon and your very own grand chandelier. The beautiful indoor atrium at the centre of the hotel provides guests with a peaceful setting to relax and enjoy a drink or two.

With its rich traditions and impeccable, dedicated service, Hotel König von Ungarn continues to maintain its heritage of superior quality, elegance and hospitality.

Hotel Orient Art deco love hotel

Rich in history, this hotel was first documented as a tavern in the 17th century. A river at the foot of the Maria am Gestade church had connected to the Danube, allowing the dinghies of large ships to unload goods fresh from the Orient. As such, the tavern was quickly coined “The Orient”, a name it retained when it became a hostel in 1896.

According to time’s aesthetic, the hotel was furnished in purest fin de siècle, the Viennese opulent Makart style. These elements are still evident in its interior today, attracting art and film bon vivants alike. The 1949 film The Third Man was in part shot here; Orson Welles was reputedly often a guest and enjoyed spending post-filming hours here as well.

These days, it’s Arthur Schnitzler adaptations and the crime series Tatort shot here, but the Hotel Orient still reigns as a pearl from the past in the middle of a bustling city. You will know what we mean when we say that rooms are mostly rented out by the hour, the Orient is known to be the most exclusive hot-sheet hotel in town.

Hotel Rathaus Wine and Design Inebriating comforts featured

The concept for this hotel might be unusual, but it certainly is enticing—calling on all things wine related. At every turn guests are reminded of the motif, from wine cheese selections on the breakfast buffet to the wine cake accompanying your coffee to the wine inspired cosmetics included in the toiletry kits. To get even more specific, each of the 39 rooms is dedicated to a particular Austrian vintner, where even the mini-bars are filled with bottles that accord to the vintner and region.

The design is sleek, but without compromising comfort. This is, after all, a family-run boutique hotel. The Fleischacker family also owns the Michelin rated restaurant, Pfefferschiff, in Salzburg—so the breakfast buffet at this ‘pension garni’ is expectedly outstanding. For those who can swing it, the 80-square meter sun-filled penthouse suite complete with a private roof terrace is extraordinary.

Arcotel Kaiserwasser The hovering airship

Carved mirror frames, sleek modern furniture and interpretations of classic lamps by Josef Hoffman give this designer hotel a twist. Indeed, all amenities seemed to be engineered to make luxuriating possible at all times: 282 spacious rooms, suites and apartments—some equipped with a balcony or terrace—open fireplaces, free-standing bathtubs, theme rooms with round, rotating or suspending beds all make sleeping oh-so-easy.

Scenic views of the park provides short-term relaxation for stressed eyes, while a full-body invigoration is possible at the hotel’s large wellness center, replete with a themed shower, steam bath and sauna. Arcotel Kaiserwasser is also the only hotel in Vienna with its own beach—go for a refreshing dip in the Alte Donau then sunbathe in the hotel’s idyllic garden.

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