Imperial Welcome. Built as the private residence of the Prince of Wurttemberg, the luxurious palace on Vienna’s famous Ring was transformed into a hotel for the world exhibition in 1873. Crowned heads, state visitors and celebrities have become regulars long since and inevitably the hotel is frequently referred to the “First House of the Republic”.
Personal treat. Apart from an Asian breakfast order to be served in your room, the Imperial Butler stands for elite service beyond expectations. The Concierge recommends the best in art, music and luxury shopping nearby.
Historic grandeur. The impressive Royal Staircase leads up to the Beletage with the breath-taking Royal Suites. Magnificent chandeliers sparkle and shimmer from high stucco-adorned ceilings radiating aristocratic flair. Noble furnishings, marble bathrooms with bathtubs and walls cocooned in silk: Precious antiques and original fabrics conjure up the atmosphere of nineteenth-century Vienna. The individual variety of the rooms and suites blends timeless elegance with latest comfort.
Cultural Enjoyment, The Hotel Imperial has always been Vienna’s meeting place for artists, composers and writers and its cultural heritage is still present throughout the whole hotel. Be it exclusive concerts at the magnificent 1873 HalleNsalon, readings at newly renovated Cafe Imperial Wien or the close proximity to the opposite Musikverein Vienna – the luxury hotel in Vienna is definitely the first address for cultural connoisseurs
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