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Bright marble halls and ornate fabrics harmonize with warm shades of wood and antique elements on some 30 square meters (322 square feet). Comfortable...
Shades of decent green lend a cozy atmosphere to the Executive Rooms on the fifth floor on some 35 square meters (376 square feet). English wing chair...
Bright marble, polished wood and antique firesides with elegant mirrors dominate the large deluxe rooms, their shades oscillating between cool blue an...
Historic Small Guest Room Guest room, 1 Queen. A spacious marble entrance area welcomes guests at the luxury hotel in Vienna and leads into the extrem...
A more refined experience within the Deluxe Room category, the Grand Deluxe Rooms have been newly designed, reflecting Art Deco Style with black woode...
Guests who choose to reside in the Junior Suites will relish their exquisite fin-de-siècle style. From most of the private roof terraces they enjoy a...
The Bristol Penthouse harbours an amazing treasure on 60 square meters (646 square feet): The two impressive circular towers of the hotel house accomm...
Unique artwork and valuable antiques have been lovingly coordinated with opulent carpets and precious fabrics. The Opera Suites are in a class of thei...
The exclusive Bristol suites in Vienna were designed by the famous French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon and assure you a truly unique experience. The su...
Luxurious and yet cosy. Romantic and yet elegant. This is how guests perceive the historically unique suite that is second to none. Priceless furnitur...
Located in the heart of Vienna, Austria, the Hotel Bristol Vienna overlooks the Vienna State Opera House. The Albertina or Kunsthistorisches museums, National Library, and Naschmarkt are in its vicinity. Also, the Hofburg Palace, the Spanish Riding House, and the Secession House are within walking distance.
Guests can also tour Vienna's many lovely attractions only 20 minutes from the hotel. Moreover, many cafes, restaurants, and art galleries surround the luxury hotel, which are great spots for a pleasant evening.
On a short distance is Kohlmarkt Street, famous luxury boutiques, including Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Tiffany. The hotel's location couldn't be more perfect as it is close to the U-Bahn station. Besides, this place provides guests a convenient access point to tour other parts of the city.
Opened in 1892, the hotel has welcomed notable guests throughout history, including Theodore Roosevelt and George Gershwin. But, as it is a high-end posh hotel, its clientele includes business officials and well-heeled tourists.
Over the years, hotel Vienna has undergone many renovations. But, its pure olden infrastructure and furniture that dates back to the Victorian era are still there. Also, some of the original artwork donning the walls include Art Nouveau museum pieces that bring a fascinating element to the interior décor.
The lavish lobby also features gilt statues, leather benches, a mahogany clock, and brass elevators.
At this luxury hotel in Vienna, the much-acclaimed Pierre Yves Rochon designed the guest rooms and suites. Unlike luxury hotels in London or Paris, here in Vienna's enthralling city, Hotel Bristol welcomes its guests like no other, where rooms are much more spacious.
There are 150 rooms and 24 suites, and their aesthetic appeal is unparalleled. The Classic and Deluxe Rooms boast 19th-century interior décor with classic furnishings, low-hanging, and glittering chandeliers. Additionally, floor-to-ceiling windows and silk draperies further stress the vintage vibe.
Furthermore, large fireplaces keep the interiors warm at all times. And after touring the mesmerizing city, guests can enjoy a restful sleep in Hotel Bristol's Luxury Collection bed. Additionally, marble bathrooms with hot tubs and oversized rainfall showerheads are attached to the rooms.
The Grand Deluxe Rooms also feature Juliette balconies where you can recline at dusk, watching the orange sun sink into the horizon and wash Vienna's lovely cobbled streets with a brilliant hue of tangerine. Moreover, from the rooftop terrace, the night sky looks ethereal. There's no better way to relish a moment of peaceful silence than here, sipping tea and munching on light snacks.
Guestrooms include amenities like a minibar to settle your late-night cravings for snacks and drinks. Besides, there is a flat-screen television to binge a movie or watch the news at breakfast. Aside from these olden-era chambers, more modern Art Deco-styled rooms with urban, contemporary décor aligned to the 20th century.
These renovated rooms have spacious bathrooms with soaking tubs and walk-in rainfall showers. Moreover, the bespoke toiletries further amplify the experience. The deluxe tower rooms fascinate you with intricate hand-painted ceilings and a sweeping veranda overlooking the Vienna State Opera.
Named after the renowned Edward VIII, who visited the hotel in 1936, the Prince of Wales Suite takes it after its grand title. Covering the whole floor, this suite builds an entire residential atmosphere with a library, living room, and private sauna. The elegant furniture, extensive amenities, and free Wi-Fi services give guests a taste of royal luxury.
Breakfast service at the hotel includes a buffet featuring cheeses, marmalades, and cold cuts. There is also a cost-free omelet bar and cereals of all sorts. The scrumptious Viennese coffee is also available at breakfast to give the perfect start to your day.
As a vegan chef heads the restaurant, the dishes include vegetarian inspirations, making them healthy and delicious. Guests also love sipping the assortment of teas at the hotel. As the Hotel Bristol Vienna comes under the Sacher Hotel, where you can order the famous Sachertorte.
For dinner, you can help yourself to French or Asian cuisines at the Bristol Lounge's Art Deco dining room. This luxurious retreat features a large fireplace, posh fittings, and a fancy view of the city that will take your breath away.
The fire crackle fills the interior with a characteristic sound in the winter, building an apt atmosphere for an evening. At this secluded hotel, you are promised to have a memorable experience taking in the elegant décor while feasting on delicious culinary delicacies.
After an opera show, if you feel up for a tasty cocktail, go over to the next-door Bristol Bar. This is where you can get popular cocktails like the 'Night of the Opera' along with bite-size sandwiches and sausages.
The cozy interiors are welcoming with cognac-colored ceilings. Besides, there are lovely wall paneling and classic furniture. Here, smokers also come to enjoy a delightful evening lighting up cigarettes at this stylish bar.
The concierge team and staff at the hotel are fluent in English. There are no communication barriers between the guests and Hotel Bristol's administrative team. If you are fitness-conscious and want to keep up with your workout routine, don't miss the chance to visit the hotel's fitness center.
The fitness center has back-lit walls, stationary bikes, and treadmills to give you an intensive gym experience. There are also advanced machines with built-in TVs, free weights, and yoga mats for exercising.
Not willing to leave your pets at home? Well, you don't have to. Hotel Bristol Vienna spoils pets with cute toys, beds, and blankets and serves appropriate meals in tiny bowls.
The Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection Hotel Vienna, also has five meeting places to organize official conferences for individuals on business trips. Also, there are leather-upholstered armchairs and printers in the business center, which guests can use.
You can even arrange small events and celebrations in the exquisite ballroom, which has a total capacity of 180 people.
Amenities at the Hotel Bristol Vienna include valet parking, laundry, and 24/7 room service. One of Vienna's finest luxury hotels, the Hotel Bistrol blends classical and contemporary design. With its wide assortment of amenities and facilities, guests will have the perfect memorable experience.
The Bristol Hotel in Vienna opened in 1892 and is an institution in Austria´s capital.
The Vienna State Opera is opposite the street, and the famous shopping streets are a few steps away.
This is a very pet-friendly hotel. So if you plan a trip to Vienna with your pet, this is the place to stay.