February 11, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Hotel Sacher Vienna in Vienna, Austria

Hotel Sacher Vienna is one of the world’s great luxury hotels in one of Europe’s most culturally significant cities: the birthplace of psychoanalysis and a city of musicians, artists, philosophers and architects. Our famous guests have included John F. Kennedy, Indira Gandhi and Queen Elizabeth. We are proud of our history and our location, and true to our traditions.

Choose from a gourmet meal of Austrian and international specialties in one of our two restaurants, or head to the legendary Blaue Bar for an aperitif. Our cafes offer the best places in the world to sample our Original Sacher Torte and to get a taste of the Austrian coffee culture. Take some time to relax and unwind above the rooftops of Vienna and let yourself be pampered by the Sacher Boutique Spa team, offering a wide selection of fabulous treatments. Our fitness center features state of the art equipment for an efficient workout. Our expert concierge team is here to make your stay memorable.

Location of Hotel Sacher Vienna

Hotel Sacher Vienna
Philharmoniker Str. 4
Vienna, Austria

Nearest Airport: VIE

Amenities for Hotel Sacher Vienna

  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Cafe
  • Bar
  • Dining Room
  • Healthy Cuisine
  • Deli
  • Bakery
  • Ice Cream Bar
  • Market
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Spa Services
  • Fitness Center
  • Interests
  • City
  • Culture & Arts
  • Family
  • Food & Wine
  • Hotels
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Hotel Sacher Vienna

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

I checked from the website that Sacher hotel is the very best of Vienna, it's an old classic style hotel with beautiful decorations,the breakfast is also nice ,gives the guest many options. The Sacher tea is also amazing. But the reception guy is really really awful. When we arrive the hotel, I told him that I need to go out soon,he told me the room is not ready so that I need to pay extra 50 euro to upgrade. I said that I just come from another leading hotel group hotel from Prague,and as I stay the hotel for three days,wish to have a free upgrade. He said no very strictly and unfriendly. Then I accept to pay 150 Euros to upgrade. But still I waited the long time for the luggage to my room, caused me cancel some of my plan.When I check out, they ask if I'm satisfied with the stay.I told the reception girl that satisfied with the hotel but the luggage issue. So I ask if she can cancel the 150 charge,the girl said that needs to ask supervisor. And it's him again ! He come and deal with me in a very arrogant attitude. He said I can not erase the money, I can only offer you a coupon or a Sacher cake. I told him I am not sure when I back so the coupon is not useful to me and I will go other cities so that it's not convenient to take a cake with me. He said I can only offer this. With out any warm apology.I said I hope you at least erase the fist day of the upgrade fee cause you admit that you cause my inconvenience .He said : No ,I can not! I really feel angry with this tall guy. From beginning to the end, he never give smile to me and deal with the complaints in such a arrogant attitude. As Sacher is a nice hotel with long history, this awful guy ruined all the best feeling with the hotel ! I have traveled lots of luxury hotel,like manderin Oriental, ritz Carlton ,Le Bristol etc, it's the first time I met a supervisor to be like this attitude! It's the also the first time I feel so angry and uncomfortable in this kind of luxury hotel. I guess he may discriminate against Asian people. In a word, I really feel bad about him! I hope next time never see him again!and if you stay in this hotel ,wish you not see him! 萨赫据说是老牌的欧洲酒店,有悠久的历史,有美味的萨赫蛋糕。酒店很美,地段也很棒。早餐选择丰富且美味。但所有的一切都被这个所谓的前台接待毁了。他非常傲慢,入住时我为了早点入房间,他让我付了50欧一晚升级了立刻可以用的房间。但结果行李依旧很慢。退房时候我希望他能免去至少一晚的升级费,如此简单不过分的要求,他拒绝的非常不客气,这样的接待太可怕了。

Yi M

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

I've been to "Hotel Sacher" now 4 times and every time it's been amazing. The cake is of course excellent, and it's worth every cents spent for it. The service is amazing, waiters are extremely kind, caring and willing to provide explanations and suggestions. Some of them even speak other languages (such as italian, for example) which makes customers feel more comfortable. I tasted several cakes (apart from the Sacher Torte) and teas, and I must say they are all utterly delicious. The only downside stays the queue to get a seat, but it is actually fast and trust me, the experience is worth every second spent in the waiting line.

Giordana V

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed four nights over the New Year's holiday. When booking, I wondered if the Sacher would feel a bit worn or faded like some famous grand hotels. The property and room were pristine. Staff members were warm and welcoming despite the chaos of busy New Year's in Vienna. Our fourth floor Top Deluxe room was small with nice windows and a view to the Albertina, I wish the bed hadn't been two twin beds pushed together (typical in Europe, but not great for the high price). The breakfast buffet and dining rooms are beautiful. Also the room service was surprisingly good and served with a cheerful attitude. Thanks to the hotel for a memorable stay.

Amy C - New York City, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

This is the only place to enjoy Sacher torte. You'll see it on menus in Vienna, but these are imitations , in my humble opinion. If you like dense bittersweet chocolate cake with apricot and chocolate glaze, and like to be served in classic surroundings , get yourself to this cafe.

Anne S - New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We took a five day road trip from Bristol, Vienna being our destination to meet old friends. The interior of the hotel is fabulous and luxurious and our room equally so. The staff were extremely courteous. Whilst breakfast was very good it is busy and can be chaotic, so on a Saturday I would advise going early or last thing. We had an early breakfast on the Sunday before our drive to Reims and it was perfect!

7clifton - Bristol, United Kingdom

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