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During the 18th century, Das Triest was a stable on the horse-drawn postal service line between Vienna and Trieste. Full review →
The rooms, some with their own terrace or private garden, are individually furnished and feature works by local and international artists.
Transformed into an ultrasleek ocean liner, this design hotel was once a postal-coach station on the route between Vienna and the port city of Trieste. Full review →
An emerging favorite with artists and musicians, this hip hotel has such grace notes as a courtyard garden. Full review →
This great little design hotel set the scene for the explosion of chic, contemporary places to sleep in the Austrian capital. Full review →
Historic coach house turned hip hotel in downtown Vienna designed by Sir Terence Conran. Full review →
This Sir Terence Conran creation is a symbiosis of history and modern design. Full review →
The clean-cut lines of this designer hotel, with its homely rooms, are the work of Sir Terence Conran.
The super-smooth, minimalist interior comes courtesy of Terence Conran and the Italians, and is quirky in an understated way.
This design warrior is armed with cosmopolitan elegance and one of the most beautiful private gardens in the city Full review →
An italophile design hotel with a nautical theme. Das Triest is an oasis of light and peace in one of inner-city Vienna’s most lively neighbourhoods. Full review →
A 1990s-era Sir Terence Conran–designed hideaway at the edge of baroque Karlsplatz, Das Triest is emblematic of the city’s no-frills, economic approach to environmentalism. Full review →
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