February 11, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Hotel Imperial Vienna in Vienna, Austria
Originally the residence of the Prince of Württemberg, the Hotel Imperial showcases the romance of 19th-century Vienna. This member of The Starwood Luxury Collection is located on the magnificent Ring Boulevard, and its interior is a wonderland of hand-carved statues and spectacular crystal chandeliers. Expressing the elegance of yesteryear, bedrooms are cocooned in silk, and breathtaking Royal Suites exude an aristocratic flair. Furthering the indulgence is Imperial Restaurant, with its feasts for the senses, and Café Imperial, immersing you in the city's beloved coffeehouse tradition.
Vienna is a city where rich history is a part of everyday life. Take in a Mozart concert at the opera house, visit the Spanish Riding School to observe the famous Lippizaner stallions, or explore the taverns and picturesque cafés of the outlying Vienna Woods. When not cruising the Danube River, you can bike the path that runs alongside it. You might also tour of The Hofburg, the glorious winter palace of the Habsburgs, or spend a day enjoy the shopping and lively street performances of the Karntnerstrasse.
Location of Hotel Imperial Vienna
Nearest Airport: VIE
Amenities for Hotel Imperial Vienna
- General Information
- 123 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Laundry Service
Reviews for Hotel Imperial Vienna
What an amazing place. Reception is breathtaking. Beautiful chandeliers and entrance area. Something out of war and peace. Originally built as a palace the hotel is very very special. We were in the Elizabeth suite. Beautiful decor . Wonderful staff x truly recommend it x
JUST WOW, this place is a palace 'literally'. Utterly beautiful building, spacious suites, excellent staff who were professional but really friendly and unbelievably helpful with getting tickets for events sold out on the internet, restaurant recommendations etc. The only hotel experience that I have had which comes close is the Savoy. HOWEVER this is better and you get to experience a beautiful city at the same time!
Mark P - Southampton, United Kingdom
Not a single complaint with this one so I will keep things simple. Location - 10/10 Staff -10/10 Cleanses - 10/10 Bathroom - 10/10 Amenities - 10/10 In Room Dining - 10/10 Comfort/Sleep Quality - 10/10 Consierge service - 10/10 We stayed in a suite with a king size bed, living room area, huge bathroom with a jacuzzi. Jacuzzi kind of cought us by surprise but it was blended in pefrctly. Do try the Imperial Torte, unlike the Sacher Torte, this one is a propet cake! Comining tradition and modern touches make this hotel a gem worth visiting again! Cheers
Cronlock - London, United Kingdom
A good two blocks away from Kaertnerstrasse, Hotel Imperial probably retains the title kaiser of hotels in Vienna. Former guests include the Queen and the Japanese emperor so I guess we picked wisely. Room was extremely spacious (as most palaces will be Iâ€™m guessing) with a small foyer with closets. Loved the marble bathroom! Room had a proper living area and a bed was huge. Chandelier was beautiful enough to evoke fits of spontaneous singing of â€śchandelier chandelier!â€ť Upon entry. Imperial torte tastes much better than Sacher torte too. Heard the palace is getting some rooms renovated. Staff and concierge on par with Veniceâ€™s Hotel Danieli. Would love to go back soon.
So.. it was a mistake when I got to this hotel by booking without an option to cancel - but itâ€™s one of these â€śbeautiful mistakesâ€ť. The building is stunning! The service was amazing !!!! So why 4 and not 5? Well... I paid about 400 euros(!) a night but when I got there I found out it DOES NOT INCLUDE BREAKFAST, I mean.... the minimum I would have expect to have include is breakfast, even continental- coffee or something, they wanted a daily 40 euro more for a breakfast . There wasnâ€™t even a kettle to make yourself coffee in the room - which was also smaller than expected , it wasnâ€™t like the ones I saw in the pictures , it was totally different (attached photos) So basically I paid for only bed. Other than that- Iâ€™ve ordered a ticket to the ballet from the lobby fest and never noticed that they charge 25% commission for it! Which summed up to 100 euros for 2 tickets. I think they can charge less - 25% is a lot! But donâ€™t get me wrong - I felt like a princess! The place is magnificent! The bar area is stunning!!! And the service was so pleasant and helpful!
tuti22 - israel