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Hotel Imperial Vienna

Blending the timeless elegance of Vienna.

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VIP Amenity

1 bottle of Imperial Cuvée Sparkling Wine per Suite, Imperial Torte Petit Fours and from Elisabeth Suite onwards complimentary round trip to Vienna International Airport, Vienna Danube Harbor or Vienna Railway Stations

Property Credit

$100 USD

The Property

Tradition and history, lifestyle and luxury, elegance and beauty: Hotel Imperial Vienna is one of the most distinguished 5 star luxury hotels in Vienna. Built as a town residence for royalty in 1863 and converted into a hotel for the Vienna World's Fair in 1873, the hotel has become a veritable institution over the years. It has become established as the city’s number one venue for official state visits, international conferences and glittering social occasions. A stay at the Hotel Imperial Vienna combines stately hospitality with excellent service and state-of-the art amenities. The interior furnishings of the Hotel Imperial subtly showcase the 19th century romance of Vienna with pristine marble, hand-carved statues, and dazzling crystal chandeliers. The deluxe Restaurant Opus - Vienna´s new gourmet address and Vienna's most famous Cafe Imperial Vienna as well as the outstanding meeting and banqueting halls complement the services on offer. What makes this prestigious luxury hotel on Vienna’s Ring Boulevard unique is that it enables you to step back in time to the glory of the imperial city whilst simultaneously immersing yourself in the vibrant metropolis and international hub that is modern-day Vienna.

Kärntner Ring 16, 1015 Wien, Austria

Travel Tip

Located right next to the Hotel Imperial, the Musikverein is Vienna's most famous center for classical music. Going to a concert here is about getting to know Vienna as a city of music in a setting of the very finest quality. Millions of music lovers around the world know the Musikverein in Vienna as one of the most traditional concert houses. The Large Musikverein Hall, also called the "Golden Hall", is famous for its sumptuous decor. The New Year's Concert by the Vienna Philharmonic is broadcast to an international TV audience of millions from the Golden Hall each year.