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Originally built as a residence for Prince Phillip of Württemberg in 1863, this grand structure was opened as the Hotel Imperial in 1873. It indeed still resembles a palace, with Greek... Full review →For some sweet sounds, be sure to check for Bösendorfer piano concerts in the 1873 HalleNSalon.
Stately and elegantly renovated Italian neo-Renaissance palace-hotel adjacent to the Musikverein Concert Hall, in a fashionable downtown district near the opera house. Full review →
This 138-room hotel veritably drips with royal treatment—right down to the hand-ironed newspaper your butler delivers with the morning coffee.
The former residence of the prince of Württemberg, converted to a hotel for the 1873 World’s Fair, this neoclassical palace is in a "great spot" on Vienna’s main boulevard. Full review →
This hotel, rich in tradition, opened in 1873 and soon turned into a meeting place for Austro- Hungarian nobility.
One of the landmarks of the Ringstrasse, this hotel has exemplified the grandeur of imperial Vienna ever since it was built. Full review →
This hotel is definitely the grandest in Vienna. Luminaries from around the world use it as their headquarters. Full review →
The merest whisper of the Imperial makes most Viennese nod in awe. This former palace, with all the marble and majesty of the Habsburg era, has service as polished as its crystal. Full review →
Splendid interior. The lobby is stylish, the dining rooms magnificent, and the rooms and suites lavish and elegant.
Originally one of the private residences for the Prince of Wurttemberg, the Hotel Imperial is a luxury hotel steeped in a history that dates back to the glory days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Full review →
This property began life as the city's most prominent ducal palace and is now its most glamorous traditional retreat Full review →
The grandest of grand hotels, originally built in 1863 as one of the palaces lining the new Ringstrasse for Prince von Württemberg. Full review →
A palace turned hotel for the 1873 World’s Fair that’s also known for an at-the-ready concierge department (staffers are adept at securing last-minute opera tickets). Full review →
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