Sacher Hotel Vienna

Location: Vienna | Austria

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

One of Europe’s legendary hotels with guests that have included Queen Elizabeth, Indira Ghandi, and John F. Kennedy, the traditional Hotel Sacher Vienna has a reputation for providing a luxurious stay that is as grand as the personages who have checked in.
Perfect forA lavish stay in one of Europe’s most culturally significant cities.
In the knowBefore you hop across for a performance in the opera house, have a bubbling glass of champagne in the hotel’s Blaue Bar, which is richly decorated in blue brocade walls, crystal chandeliers and opulently upholstered couches.

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  • City Hotel
  • Cultural Immersion
  • History & Heritage
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview


Directly opposite the Vienna State Opera and next door to the Albertina Museum, on Kärntner Straße.

Rooms at Hotel Sacher Vienna

The elegant belle époque decor from the hotel’s founding days in 1876 is evident in the 149 rooms, which celebrate Vienna’s rich cultural past with original chandeliers, authentic works of historic art, and the finest damask, silk and marble fixtures. With a third of the rooms being suites, ranging from a size of 30sq m to a massive 175sq m, the Presidential Suite Magic Flute offers superlative luxury with three marble baths, exquisite antique furniture and fantastic views over Kärntner Straße and the Opera House.

Food and facilities

A favourite among the locals, the Rote Bar serves the best Tafelspitz, a national dish of Austria consisting of beef in broth served with horseradish, in town. To enjoy the traditional Viennese specialities; you can either sit in the white and black floor-tiled glass conservatory or the grand, dark red damask dining room, that are well situated for either a sunny al-fresco lunch or a warm fine-dining evening accompanied by live piano music.

Activities at Hotel Sacher Vienna

Located on the 5th floor, the hotel has a wonderful wellbeing and relaxation spa that has a wide range of soothing treatments, from the popular chocolate experience to the extravagant caviar facial. After you have worked up an apetite doing some retail therapy along the pedestrian streets, its time to return to the hotel for a slice of Vienna- taking the form of Sacher-Torte and Wiener Schnitzel. In the Cafe Sacher Vienna, you will be in for a real treat as you try the famous and very chocolately Sacher-Torte that has become an important symbol of not only the hotel, but also of the city.

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