Situated in the pulsative cultural heart of Vienna - directly opposite the state opera, next to the Albertina gallery and moments away from the most impressing sights of the city - the Hotel Sacher Vienna has become one of them itself.
Established in 1876 by Eduard Sacher, son of the creator of the famous Original Sacher-Torte, the hotel was and is the second home of aristocrats, politicians and artists.
With a symbiosis of classic and contemporary interior design, impressive architecture, and the highest class of service, the privately owned hotel seduces with personal charm.
Its restaurant “Rote Bar” with live background piano music became the living room of the acteurs of the Viennese culture scene and the renowned restaurant “Anna Sacher” is regarded as stage for refined Austrian cuisine. In the Sacher Eck the dynamic young scene of Vienna meets for fine culinaric creations or a noble glass of Austrian wine.
To escape the imposant city impressions of the day, the luxurious Sacher SPA offers beauty treatments and products by Ligne St. Barth and La Prairie. A “Time to Chocolate” treatment is the secret recipe for “savoir vivre” lifestyle.
The new top floor offers elegant and spacious rooms and suites with state-of-the-art bathrooms and magnificent terraces with stunning views of Vienna.
For its highest technique and service standards, “Time to Chocolate” amenities, and the exclusive cosy style, the Hotel Sacher Wien is world-renowned for outstanding service and setting.
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That is what our Hotel Sacher competition winner had to say: "We had an excellent stay at the Hotel Sacher in Vienna. We liked the room and its decor very much in particular the very beautiful bathrooms. The beds are also exceptionally comfortable and made for a very good night of sleep.I had a very relaxing spa session in your loveley spa on the 5 th floor which was great after all the sightseeing and walking around. Your concierge and front of the house staff was excellent and very attentive and are a real credit to the Hotel Sacher." Angelika Zang and David Whiteley
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