Small, stylish, and anything but conventional: at Graz’s Dom Hotel the guest resides in the colourful, artistic ambience of a time-honoured city palace.
“The King in Puberty”, or perhaps “The Great Love”, “The Yearning Frog”, or the “The Happy Farewell”? At the Boutique Hotel zum Dom the guest is spoilt for choice: there are a total of twenty-nine rooms and suites to choose from – and each is furnished in its own distinctive style
and bears a name that even during the reservation process arouses one’s curiosity about what might be waiting behind the door after check-in … But the first thing one encounters is naturally the highest standard of hotel comfort: some of the rooms and suites, which measure up to 113 square metres, even have their own rooftop terraces, Jacuzzis,
and dining and conference rooms. And as if this were not enough, the rooms are painted in unusual colours such as sky blue, cotton-candy pink, lemon yellow, and mint green, and they boast a number of other architectural details that are equally unconventional. This all makes the Hotel zum Dom a favourite hotel for trendsetters
to lay their heads, but guests who place importance on tradition and history
will also feel at home here. After all, what other hotel can boast foundation walls that date back to the fourteenth century, a Gothic vaulted ceiling in the restaurant, and original Rococo stucco work in some of the suites? www.domhotel.co.at