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Sacher is synonymous with luxury in Vienna. It’s the name of not just the hotel, but also Austria’s most famous cake, the delectable Sacher-Torte. Full review →And be sure to enjoy the famous torte—it’s an essential Vienna treat.
Evocative hotel (home to the Original Sacher-Torte) facing the opera house, within easy walking distance of many of Vienna’s attractions. Full review →
The smart blend, balancing the best of fin-de-siècle Vienna and the new siècle, carries over into the rest of the hotel.
"Charming and with an excellent location," this "very nice, old-world hotel" opened in 1876 across from the Vienna State Opera and was once a meeting place for Austrian nobility. Full review →
Ever since the Hotel Sacher was founded in 1876 it has been a Viennese institution, with guests ranging from emperors, diplomats and artists.
This hotel dates from 1876 but has delightfully retained its Old World atmosphere-mit-Schlag while also providing luxurious, modern-day comfort. Full review →
The Sacher was built in 1876; and despite recent improvements, partial rebuilding, and renovations which added 40 new rooms and a deluxe spa, it still has an air of Habsburg-era glory. Full review →
Vienna charmer with bohemian history, a bold design and a fabulous bar and restaurant scene. Full review →Despite how much there is to do and see in Vienna, many Sacher guests choose to spend a considerable amount of their time parked at the hotel.
The reception, with its dark-wood panelling, deep red shades and heavy gold chandelier, is reminiscent of an expensive fin de siècle bordello. Full review →
The rooms in this hotel dating back to 1876 are elegant and classic. They are also modern and equipped with all the latest technology. Full review →
Located across from the State Opera House in Vienna’s historic heart, this family-run luxury property has long been a favorite destination for discerning visitors Full review →
This lavish lair feels like a pied-a-terre for one of the Hapsburgs Full review →And although the rooms and hallways fascinate with a collection of more than 1,000 antiques and original oil paintings, it manages to avoid coming off as too pretentious—the fate of many of its peers in Europe.
The Sacher offers resplendent elegance, prominently positioned in the heart of the city, behind the Vienna State Opera House and next door to the Albertina Museum. Full review →
1876 property opposite the opera house, popular for its old-world opulence, central location, and Pierre-Yves Rochon redesigned restaurant. Full review →
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