This lavish luxury hotel has been pampering guests with its palatial atmosphere (and attitude) since 1870.
The venerable, Belle-Époque Grand Hotel Wien combines the splendor of a 19th-century palace with the upscale comforts of the modern age. The 275 guest rooms and suites are decorated in traditional Viennese style. Precious antiques and luxurious fabrics are paired with amenities such as LCD flat-screen TVs, mini-bars, telephones with voicemail and bathrooms scales. The executive extras (work desks, free Wi-Fi) find a nice complement at the 24-hour business center, where PCS, a printer and fax, and secretarial and translation services are available.
The hotel is home to a gourmet world unto itself, beginning with Le Ciel by Toni Mörwald, serving inventive international cuisine in a beautiful setting with views over the city. Just opposite Le Ciel, Unkai has two original tatami rooms and two teppanyaki tables, as well as its main dining room, all offering traditional Japanese flavors. The Rosengarten lobby lounge, Grand Brasserie buffet, Yalla Arabic café and Kavalierbar cocktail bar provide additional wining and dining options.
At the handsome, historic Grand Spa No605, guests will find beautiful Spanish mosaics, decadent treatments, a sauna, steam bath, a separate women's area with its own sauna and an LED lighting concept with more than 30 different light and color settings for the ultimate in customized relaxation. Among the hotel's meeting and event venues, the Quadrille Ballroom is one of the most beloved wedding reception venues in the city.