Sacher Hotel Wien
In 1876, the Hotel Sacher Wien was opened by Eduard Sacher, son of the creator of the Original Sacher-Torte and soon achieved worldwide renown as a meeting place for the nobility, international high-society, politicians and artists. As the only privately owned and family-run luxury hotel in the city today, the iconic Hotel Sacher Wien is a Viennese landmark, located opposite the State Opera House, Imperial Palace and Albertina Museum.
Hotel Sacher Salzburg
Overlooking the magical scenery of Salzburg’s old town, the Hotel Sacher Salzburg is the city’s only luxury grand hotel, dating back to 1866. Directly located on the banks of the Salzach river, the privately owned and family-run hotel awaits its guests with living traditions, charming local flavors and stunning views.
All rooms and suites are individually designed and offer an authentic local feel combined with contemporary elements. Many rooms and suites offer balconies with unique views over the river, the Fortress Hohensalzburg and the old town.
The many restaurant and bar options on property, all with terraces, truly provide a resort feel within the urban heart of the city.
The Original Sacher-Torte
Home of the Original Sacher-Torte, guests can experience this culinary piece of history at the famous Café Sacher in Vienna, Salzburg, Graz and Innsbruck or opt for the “no-calories” version with the Sacher Hotel’s very own product line “Time-to-Chocolate.”