Meet Vienna’s members of the Austria Hotel Collection

Six landmark hotels spread across the Austrian captial

Vienna is known for its imperial history, cultural highlights, and musical legacy. The city’s hotels are equally enticing. All properties of Austria Hotel Collection, curated by the Austrian National Tourist Office for the Australian market, do not only meet the highest standard of excellence but have their own identities. Modern stays with clean designs sit side by side with hotels steeped in Austria’s past. Their locations in the city centre are the ideal base to dive deep into what Vienna has to offer but also allow to relax and unwind after a long day of sightseeing.

Hotel Bristol Vienna, 5-star

Penthouse Junior Suite, Bedroom | Hotel Bristol Vienna

Opened in 1892, the Hotel Bristol is so iconically Viennese that it almost counts as a landmark itself. It was one of Vienna’s true luxury hotels during the height of the Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy, and still exudes the magnificence of Vienna’s heyday. Kings, presidents, artists, and celebrities have called the Hotel Bristol home and enjoyed its regal atmosphere. Located just next to the Vienna State Opera and the grand Ringstraße boulevard and dubbed “the hotel at the opera”, the Bristol offers all the refinement, special access, and glamour this entails.

Find out more about the hotel HERE.

Andaz Vienna am Belvedere, 5-star

Penthouse Suite, Andaz Vienna © Andaz Vienna

Andaz is Hindi for “personal style”, a name that celebrates the individuality of every guest and represents the uniqueness of each property. Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere offers the curious and creative traveller an authentic upscale hotel experience – one you can see, hear, smell, taste, and feel. The luxury lifestyle hotel is inspired by the spectacular art and architecture of the city, the diverse cuisine, the outstanding quality of life, and the irresistible charm. The atmosphere at Andaz is vibrant yet relaxed – the hotel reflects the unique cultural scene and spirit of the surrounding neighbourhood. All rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows with some of the best views of Belvedere Palace, which is just down the street. The Andaz’ health & wellness area, restaurant, eatery, and stunning rooftop bar on the 16th floor round out the cosmopolitan experience.

Find out more about the hotel HERE.

Hotel Sans Souci Vienna, 5-star

Junior Suite, Hotel Sans Souci © Stefan Gergely

If your clients want to have a quintessential Vienna experience, consider the Sans Souci for their stay. The prime location in the 7th district combined with contemporary interiors gives the Sans Souci hotel a flair of exclusivity. Its 63 rooms and suites have been individually designed in subtle luxury by design studio YOO, ensuring a comfortable, relaxed stay. Two long-stay apartments add a great option and best comfort for an extended stay in Vienna. The same charming spirit adds a special touch to the Veranda restaurant, as well as Le Bar, Le Salon, and the Sans Souci Spa. All of these touches make the Hotel Sans Souci a luxury retreat in the heart of Vienna.

Find out more about the hotel HERE.

Hotel Park Hyatt Vienna, 5-star

Suite, Park Hyatt Vienna

Everything about the Park Hyatt Vienna feels grand. No wonder: The luxury hotel is housed in the opulent former seat of the Bank of Austria. Imagine having your morning coffee in the grand marble counter hall, now the hotel restaurant and breakfast room, or taking a dip in a gilded swimming pool that used to be the bank’s underground gold vault. Afterwards, take a seat at the bar and order an unusual cocktail or a local gin from a menu that looks like a savings book from the old days.

Find out more about the hotel HERE.

Hotel Altstadt Vienna, 4-star

Roter Salon, Hotel Altstadt, Vienna © Hotel Altstadt Vienna Otto E Wiesenthal GmbH Marisa Vranjes

Altstadt Vienna’s recipe for success is creativity combined with the Viennese approach to life. Now as before, this historical building, in which guests and Viennese live door-by-door, is rich in character with a casual atmosphere. A carefully restored 19th-century patrician house in the 7th district, the Altstadt Vienna is a meeting place for lovers of art – a haven for travellers seeking a hotel with character.
All 59 rooms and suites are individually designed, many by renowned designers such as Matteo Thun, Lena Hoschek, Gregor Eichinger, Lilli Hollein, or Andi Lackner. Personal service, combined with bold innovation has made the Altstadt Vienna what it is today: an epicentre of fine living.

Find out more about the hotel HERE.

The Harmonie Vienna, 4-Star

Superior Room, The Harmonie, Vienna © Harmonie Vienna

The Harmonie Vienna’s name goes back to the former Harmonie Theatre, which stood just a stone’s throw from the hotel. The hotel was designed by Peruvian artist Luis Casanova Sorrola, who took inspiration from dance and performance art. This energy is tangible and transforms each of the 66 comfortable rooms into a unique art experience. The Harmonie Vienna is also one of the first hotels in the city to hold three certificates for sustainability, allergy-friendliness, and organic products. In summer 2020, the Harmonie Vienna introduced an e-concierge service, making a wide variety of hotel services available for contactless use. In order to allow guests to enjoy the unique flair of Vienna’s most famous sights even before arriving, the Harmonie’s hotel app also features links to virtual tours and exhibitions. The hotel is located in Vienna’s trendy Servite neighbourhood, which is dotted with cafes and some of the city’s buzziest restaurants.

Find out more about the hotel HERE.

Lead image: Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Vienna

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