June 16, 2017 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
Nearest Airport: VIE
Amenities for Hotel Sacher Vienna
- Dining Room
- Healthy Cuisine
- Ice Cream Bar
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Culture & Arts
- Food & Wine
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Hotel Sacher Vienna
This hotel is not only a landmark. It is the combination of outstanding service, incredible nice and welcoming people, great traditional rooms but super clean and neat and simply outstanding. They care for children, remember from your last stay what you like and need! Food is great, the "Blaue Bar" iconic and the entire staff is amazing. One really feels and sees that this hotel is family owned and that the owners really care. Forget the chains! If you travel to Vienna, it is The Sacher, simply the best!
MAGzrh - Zurich
Hotel Sacher provides the highest standard of accomodation and service. It is located in the centre of Vienna within walking distance of all the major art museums and historical buildings as well as being beside the Vienna State Opera.
Denis w - Dublin, Ireland
Having stayed at the Sacher Hotel in Salzburg we were really looking forward to staying here and exploring the city of Vienna. Although luxurious, the room we were allocated was smaller than we expected. The little touches in the room were very much appreciated like fresh fruit, handmade chocolates and of course the Sacher Torte replenished every day. The breakfast was excellent with everything you could want on offer. For five mornings we enjoyed a leisurely breakfast finished off with the obligatory Sacher CuvĂ©e!! All staff were extremely helpful especially the bar staff who were always on hand to produce the occasional cocktail. When booking through the Concerige for the various attractions in Vienna be aware that you will pay well over and above the original ticket price so make inquiries and book yourself. The Sacher Hotel is traditional and filled with beautiful antique furniture. It has a very relaxed atmosphere and seems to be popular with older couples although a few children were there when we stayed.
Marion_King16 - Newry, United Kingdom
This is the second stay for my wife and myself at Hotel Sacher.It will not be our last, in fact it has been too long since we last experienced the gracious service and genuine hospitality of one of Europe's most elegant and friendly hotels. We stayed in a junior suite overlooking The Albertin (both times ), very elegant ,and the bathrooms have been up graded since our last stay. The hotel Sacher is larger than most people seem to realise, because of the intimate and elegant lobby lounge, Blue Bar and Red Bar all on the ground floor, it looks cosy , but there are a lot of rooms.If you have a suite overlooking The Opera and Albertin, it's a fair walk from the elevator, a small price to pay to live in such a pleasant and beautiful hotel. The concierge (often two on duty behind the very busy front desk) are superb.They know everything ,every restaurant and how to get there. Uri has been there 30 years, I think,- so helpful and genuine.Between them they speak any language necessary for the many and varied clientele. The tourists wandering thru are a bit of a turn-off , but how do you stop them ? All the great hotels have this predicament. We went to the Opera two nights running,Tosca was one of the best performances I have seen- it brought a 5 minute standing ovation-amazing ! We had dinner at "Rote Bar" in The Sacher one night after the opera.It's always good , but the servings are rather small.The service is excellent. Drinks or coffee in the lobby lounge is very pleasant.Drinks in the Blue Bar, intimate and atmospheric. The huge collection of priceless photographs dating back to the hotel's inception would keep one occupied for hours- I still havn't completed my study of them yet. It certainly is a jewel of Europe.I would like to stay there for a month or so - perhaps I will.
bully255103 - Perth, Australia
Count this review as better late than never. I realize that TripAdvisor limits reviews to within a year of your visit so I wanted to make sure I posted my five star review before the year ran out. Its the least I could do for an establishment that provided so much joy for me and my wife last July when we visited for three nights as part of a European tour. Everything was absolutely perfect...the location could not have been more central, the room was beautiful and had a great view of the opera house, each and every floor was decked out in original art that had the feeling of a museum, everyone we had the fortune to interact with were extremely polite and helpful, and the breakfast buffet was the stuff of legends! We have been to dozens of higher end hotels across Europe (all with breakfast buffets) and the Sacher's buffet was hands down the very best we have ever had. I can't imagine staying anywhere else while visiting Vienna and will definitely stay here again if we ever return.
Achange - Dallas, Texas