Imperial Hotel Vienna
The sumptuous surroundings of the Hotel Imperial were originally created in 1863 as the Vienna residence of the prince of Württemberg. The stately palace on the magnificent Ring Boulevard was transformed into the Hotel Imperial for the universal exhibition in 1873. The hotel gained renown around the world as a byword for discretion and impeccable service.
Featuring silk-clad walls and sparkling crystal chandeliers, the hotel offers an environment evoking the spirit of a glorious past and has hosted emperors and kings, heads of state and pop stars alike.
The Hotel Imperial takes pride in pampering and delighting discerning travelers, those who are accustomed to staying at the best addresses.
When it comes to the rooms and suites it's a case of tasteful furnishings, marble bathrooms, and walls cocooned in silk. Precious antiques conjure up the atmosphere of nineteenth-century Vienna. Each and every room blends timeless elegance with the latest comfort. The Royal Staircase leads up to the breath-taking Royal Suites. Magnificent chandeliers sparkle and shimmer from high stucco-adorned ceilings radiating aristocratic flair. In the Maisonette Suite you will be enchanted by the Imperial atmosphere which serves as a backdrop for the latest technology. A splendid view can be enjoyed from your private balcony over the roofs and spires of old Vienna.
Kaerntner Ring 16, Vienna, Naschmarkt-AreaView Larger Map
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