This hotel is very traditional and elegant. The staff were very nice. The dining room where we ate breakfast was beautiful - marble and chandeliers. People would be eating in suits at 9am! My boyfriend and I would go in shorts and t-shirts and luckily there were a few other people like that haha. The breakfast was very good.
The room was amazing! We booked the lowest level room and somehow got upgraded to a suite! It was gigantic, beautifully decorated, and the bathroom was gorgeous. This hotel was beautiful and incredibly clean. Would highly recommend and would definitely go back.
*They also sell Sacher Tortes (the famous chocolate cake) around the corner in the gift shop. Not cheap but I brought a bunch back - they package them well and they don't expire for a few weeks - they make great gifts!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The deluxe Hotel Sacher Wien was established in 1876 by Eduard Sacher, son of the creator of the famous Original Sacher-Torte, and is still privately owned by family Gurtler & Winkler. Situated in the pulsative cultural heart of Vienna, directly opposite the state opera and Albertina gallery, the hotel is just moments away from the most impressing sights of the city. High-quality materials, high-tech equipment, imposing original oil-paintings and precious furnishings in all 149 rooms and suites as well as marble bathrooms with floor heating and flat screen TV's which are integrated into the mirrors combine living tradition with a modern spirit. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sacher Wien Hotel
- Sacher Wien Vienna