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‘Historic and Opulent’

Originally crafted as the residence of the Prince of Württemberg in 1863, the building was then transformed into Hotel Imperial in 1873 and has since gained a renowned reputation for its impeccable service and timeless elegance. Placed in the heart of Vienna overlooking the famous Ringstrasse Boulevard, the hotel’s excellent location puts you only walking distance away from attractions such as the Vienna State Opera, Hofburg Imperial Palace and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Visit the coffee-house setting of Café Imperial in the afternoon and treat yourself to a slice of perfected Imperial Torte. At the landmark 1930s Viennese-style OPUS Restaurant, taste the creative combination of traditional Austrian cooking with bold international influences. In the evening, visit the warm and welcoming lounge bar of 1873 HalleNsalon - reminiscent of a library with its cosy armchairs set underneath glittering crystal chandeliers. Retire to your guest room and bask in the surroundings of authentic antiques and silk wall coverings whilst you gaze across views of either the hotel’s courtyard, Musikverein or Ringstrasse Boulevard.



In Our Opinion

‘This is a place for lovers of class and style from a bygone era. Much of the hotel wouldn’t look out of place in the 1800s, but is still just as easy on the eye two centuries on.’

Hotel Imperial offers the following rooms.

  • Air conditioning
  • In-room safe
  • Minibar
  • Complimentary bottled water
  • Bathroom telephone
  • Bathrobe & slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Cable channels
  • DVD/ CD player
  • Complimentary internet access

Classic Room

Traditional Viennese-style rooms are decorated with silk wall coverings, hand-made stucco and antique crystal chandeliers. Views may be admired of the hotel’s courtyard or Ringstrasse Boulevard.

FEATURES

  • 25-30sqm
  • Twin beds (join as king)
  • Maximum occupancy 2 people
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Courtyard or Ringstrasse Boulevard view

Deluxe Room

High ceilings accompany either soothing golden hues or rich red tones and exude an aristocratic ambience. Some of these rooms also offer views of the renowned Musikverein.

FEATURES

  • 35-40sqm
  • Twin beds (join as king)
  • Maximum occupancy 2 people
  • Bathroom with shower

Imperial Junior Suite

These opulent and sophisticated suites come with high ceilings and windows, and two twin beds that push together to make a king.

FEATURES

  • 50-60sqm
  • Twin beds (join as king)
  • Maximum occupancy 2 people
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Large living area
  • Fresh flowers
  • Fresh fruit

  • Air conditioning
  • In-room safe
  • Minibar
  • Complimentary bottled water
  • Bathroom telephone
  • Bathrobe & slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Cable channels
  • DVD/ CD player
  • Complimentary internet access

Facilities


• Gym

Leisure


• Sauna
• Massage

Services


• 24-hour front desk
• Concierge
• Currency exchange
• Ironing
• Dry cleaning
• Laundry
• Babysitting/childcare service

Dining Options
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CafeI mperial

Café Imperial

Start your day here with an imperial Champagne breakfast and then return in the afternoon to savour a piece of Imperial Torte. Café Imperial has been serving delicious Austrian specialities in a traditional Viennese coffee-house setting since 1873.

OPUS Restaurant

OPUS is decorated in a landmark 1930s Viennese style and combines Austrian-style cooking with international influences.

1873 HalleNsalon

Named after the hotel’s birth year, 1873 HalleNsalon was originally a historic salon and then a hotel hall before it was transformed into a lounge bar. Reminiscent of a library, interior places cosy armchairs underneath glittering crystal chandeliers.

Hotel Imperial is located in central Vienna and is a 20 minute drive from the airport.

Nearby Attractions

• Austrian Parliament Building – 20 minute walk
• The Vienna State Opera House – 10 minute walk
• Hofburg Palace – 15 minute walk
• St Stephen’s Cathedral – 15 minute walk

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