These designer digs incorporate forward-thinking furnishings with a cozy setting around a charming garden courtyard.
Set in the 300-year-old former coach house for the first Vienna-Triest horse-drawn postal system, the chic, boutique Das Triest is also the first lodging to be designed by English designer Sir Terence Conran. Each of the 72 guests rooms and suites is individually styled with an elegantly streamlined aesthetic that subtly blends modern and traditional styles. Amenities in the deluxe rooms and suites are as impressive as the décor, including Apple iMacs and Bang & Olufsen televisions. Some accommodations feature private terraces and open onto the gardens.
Two conference rooms (also designed by Conran) utilize innovative lighting, and are complemented with business services that range from free Wi-Fi to laundry and pressing. House restaurant Collio serves Northern Italian cuisine from head chef Josef Neuherz, while Silver Bar is a hidden gem among the city's nightlife scene. In the summer months, the Mediterranean courtyard offers a verdant escape with grill service, fragrant rosemary bushes and shady olive trees. While the hotel does not offer a gym, it provides personalized running guides for routes throughout the city and its parks.