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Rooms and Suites at Hotel Imperial Vienna

From 421 USD
Classic Room

Classic Room ( 269ft2 - 323ft2 )

The Imperial on Vienna’s stately Ringstrasse boulevard was built by the Prince of Wurttemberg in the mid-nineteenth century as his private residence....

From 472 USD
Deluxe Room

Deluxe Room ( 377ft2 - 431ft2 )

For over 130 years the Hotel Imperial has throned regally on Vienna’s Ringstrasse and can look back on an eventful history as a princely residence. Ev...

From 574 USD
Imperial Junior Suite

Imperial Junior Suite ( 538ft2 - 646ft2 )

Imperial Junior Suites are unique jewels in the historic hotel’s crown. High ceilings and hand-crafted stucco, the sparkle of crystal chandeliers and...

From 717 USD
Executive Junior Suite

Executive Junior Suite ( 646ft2 )

Executive Junior Suite Junior Suite, 1 King, City view, Top floor, Balcony. Sleep like a king in tasteful surroundings and wake up to views of one of...

From 829 USD
Elisabeth Suite

Elisabeth Suite ( 592ft2 - 700ft2 )

The Elisabeth Suites are named after the great empress, consort of Emperor Franz Josef I. Each suite is unique with high majestic ceilings, precious o...

From 1,023 USD
Maisonette Bi-Level Top Floor Suite

Maisonette Bi-Level Top Floor Suite ( 624ft2 - 753ft2 )

The Imperial’s maisonette suites beckon with romance on two floors. The rooms with their 75-square meter open floor plan conjure up a stylish atmosphe...

From 1,733 USD
Maria Theresia Suite

Maria Theresia Suite ( 646ft2 - 753ft2 )

Spreading over 60-70 square metres, the three suites of the Maria Theresia category capture guests with historical charm. Laid out very individually,...

From 2,906 USD
Imperial Suite

Imperial Suite ( 1076ft2 )

A magnificent star-patterned parquet in the salon, opulent crystal chandeliers over the bed, cut-glass windows in the bathrooms: the Imperial Suites a...

From 5,113 USD
Royal Suite

Royal Suite ( 1722ft2 )

Today’s Royal Suites were once the private apartments of the palace’s owner, Phillip of Wurttemberg. Exquisite crystal chandeliers glitter from seven-...

Hotel Imperial Vienna



The historic grandeur of the Imperial Hotel Vienna in Austria has something unique to offer the discerning hotel guest.

This palatial 19th century luxury hotel in Vienna offers the history, beauty, and flavor of one of Europe's most historic and memorable cities. It stands out among other hotels in other cities worldwide.

Numerous heads of state worldwide have visited the Imperial over the years. These include multiple celebrities such as Charlie Chaplin. Hotel Imperial Vienna is the finest luxury hotel in Vienna, if not the whole of Austria.

Location

Vienna is the home of many great classical composers such as Strauss, Beethoven, Schubert, and Mozart. Plus, over 50 opera houses and theatres are testaments to this great city as a significant center of art and culture. There is also the home of the Vienna waltz, with many original historic buildings still available and open for viewing and performances. Besides, it is the home of the Hapsburgs, including Maria Theresia.

The hotel was initially built in 1863 for the Prince of Wurttemberg. It is located on the famous Kartner Ring, impressing visitors and passers-by with a neoclassical façade. Key locations such as the Musikverein concert hall and the State Opera are just a few minutes away.

Additionally, the Stadtpark, Albertina, Hofburg Palace, Karlskirche on Karlsplatz, and the Kunsthistorisches Museum are accessible via the famous Vienna city trams.

Facilities

As one may expect from somewhere with such reputation and grandeur, the service is excellent. It has a sense of formality and courteousness as standard, emphasizing the historic nature of The Imperial.

Liveried doormen can be expected, and the guests are not disappointed by their presence and those of the well-organized porters. This helps to make the beginning of your stay a special one. One can also imagine the horse-drawn carriages of the past.

Butler service is available, even down to ironing the morning newspaper and running a bath for guests. Moreover, the waiters and the concierge are beyond reproach and as skilled and professional as anywhere in the world.

Parking and laundry services and free Wi-Fi for guests throughout the hotel are available. Children are welcome with many things to improve their stay. One of the rooms is also adapted for guests with disabilities.

Rooms and Suites

Walk through the lobby of Hotel Imperial Vienna with its crystal chandeliers, and then enter the rooms and suites. It is easy to see that the hotel was initially built as a palace, as this shows throughout the 138 guest rooms, no two of which are identical.

Opulent is the best word to describe even the most standard rooms available. The rooms, with stucco ceilings, are in an elegant classic style. This, of course, is with the modern comfort and amenities that discerning world travelers would expect from their stay.

The highlight of the rooms is the royal suites. It includes the opportunity to sleep in the former bed-chamber of Prince Philipp of Wurttemberg. This is not something that hotel guests anywhere else in the world can lay claim to. This suite also includes three bedrooms, a champagne-equipped open bar, and a limousine to speed up airport transfer on your arrival and departure. There is also a one-bedroom suite with 1 king, a city view (imperial), and a balcony.

Food and Drink

As one would expect from a hotel of this quality, a Michelin-starred restaurant is onsite. The restaurant OPUS provides a range of excellent dishes, including lightly smoked pigeon. This is a typical dish on the European continent if not familiar in other parts of the world. There is also a range of Austrian wines available. As with many such restaurants, it is trendy. Therefore, it would be wise to book ahead at the time of the hotel booking. OPUS also has a classic 1930s-style ambiance.

When visiting, paying a visit to the Café Imperial is essential. This is a significant part of Viennese café culture, with its range of delicacies. These include the famous Imperial Torte, marzipan dish, and rich milk chocolate specially created to honor Emperor Franz Joseph I. The café is also renowned for its Wiener Schnitzel, the finest in the city. You can get it with parsley potatoes, all with the backdrop of live piano music.

The hotel also provides an outstanding breakfast. There are many local options, such as Viennese pastries, cakes, bread, and fine cheeses. Plus, there is orange juice and coffee, with other options available to order. A range of cocktails is available throughout the day to highlight Vienna's best luxury collection hotel.

Spa and Wellness

A well-equipped spa, gym, and sauna are available at Hotel Imperial, Vienna. Access is free for guests and accessible with their room keycards. Also, it is available for any guests over the age of 12. Pleasingly, the fitness and health studio is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Furthermore, the gym contains a wide range of cardiovascular equipment and free weights. There are also showers and changing rooms available for guests to save having to return to their rooms looking less than their best. Space is somewhat limited, as one might expect, due to the historic nature of the building and the city center location. However, it still enables guests to stay fit and relaxed at the hotel.

Event Space

The Hotel Imperial, Vienna is a perfect city center location for various meetings and events. 5 different rooms offer space for up to 110 people, a range of meetings, events, or special events such as weddings. The Royal Staircase leading up to the rooms is decorated with marble hand-carved statues.

Takeaway

Due to the history of the building, its luxury, and its stunning location, The Hotel Imperial, a Luxury Collection Hotel of Marriott, is a perfect location from which to enjoy everything. Staying in this palace will give access to everything this historic European city offers. Well-decorated, unique rooms, many nearby attractions, and fine dining are the icings on the cake for this luxury hotel.

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Why we love this hotel

  • Hotel Imperial Vienna is in the historic center, right on the Ring boulevard.

  • Try the Imperial Torte - not that well known as the Sacher Torte but much sweeter!

  • Have a lunch oder dinner at the Opus restaurant. This Michelin Star restaurant brings the Austrian cuisine to a new level.

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Good to know about Hotel Imperial Vienna

The Hotel Imperial Vienna with its perfect city center location offers to families a wide range of rooms and suites that interconnect. Guests can use the best option for their needs from two up to five interconnecting bedrooms across the same or different room categories.
The Hotel is open all year round. The Imperial Hotel in Vienna offers supreme luxury and a memorable historic setting for official state visits, international conferences, diplomatic meetings, and glittering social occasions. Top celebrities, monarchs, and members of royal families have all passed through our legendary revolving door. And of course, the hotel also offers butler service – a memorable experience, Viennese charm included!
The transfer from the airport costs 60 EUR (approximately 68 USD) per way.
The nearest airport is Vienna International Airport (VIE), located just a 20-minute drive from the hotel about 19 kilometers.
The nearest train station is Wien Hauptbahnhof (Vienna Main Train Station), located just 9 minutes drive from the hotel (2.9 km).
Hotel Imperial welcome pets up to 18 kg are allowed. The fee is 50 EUR (approximately 58 USD) per stay, subject to a necessary cleaning fee.
There are three clefs d'Or concierges in the Hotel Imperial team. Awarded by the international association of concierges, these essential golden keys are the epitome of superior customer service, guaranteeing that our guests are looked after to perfection. The hotel head Luxury Collection concierge Manfred Grassauer and his team are certified destination experts, proudly wearing "Les Clefs d'Or", the gilt insignia of the celebrated international association of concierges, all eager to reveal the secret treasures of the city.
The hotel team will cater to all guest's individual requests and wishes, from restaurant and ticket bookings to customized activities, childcare, and much more besides.
Child 0 – 5 years old: free of charge in parent's room (accommodation and Food & Beverage services)
Child 6 – 11 years old: free of charge in parent's room and 50% discount on regular menus. Breakfast will be charged with 15 EUR per child's breakfast.
Child as of 12 years: considered as an extra adult
Rollaway beds are provided upon availability. Cribs are provided free of charge upon availability.
Due to security reasons, the hotel is not allowed to provide blankets, bumpers, or pillows for cribs.
Maximum 1 child (up to 11 years old) in a Deluxe room or any room category above can stay in parent's room.
Rollaway beds and cribs are provided upon availability. A maximum of only one rollaway bed or crib can be permitted – available in a Deluxe room or any room category above that.
Due to security reasons, the hotel is not allowed to provide blankets, bumpers, or pillows for cribs. The hotel can provide a crib in a Classic room for a baby.
The hotel has 2 restaurants. Café Imperial Wien is a historical landmark that serves Viennese culinary classics ranging from the delicious Tafelspitz and fluffy Kaiserschmarrn to arguably the best Wiener Schnitzel in town, including the fabled Imperial torte. Awarded three toques by Gault et Millau restaurant OPUS Exquisitely light dishes inspired by Austrian cuisine. Tradition with a modern touch. The hotel team know how to delight the refined taste by combining his culinary expertise with fresh ingredients of local produce.
Restaurant OPUS, awarded three toques by Gault et Millau, is among the world's finest gourmet temples. OPUS is Vienna's new address for indigenous gourmet dining, where creativity and culinary art blend perfectly with Imperial traditions to create a unique dining experience for culinary connoisseurs.
The hotel offers vegetarian and vegan menus upon request.
The Champagne breakfast at the Café Imperial Wien costs 41 EUR (approximately 47 USD) per person.
The breakfast is served from 07:00 AM to 11:00 AM at the Café Imperial Wien.
The hotel bar 1873-HalleNsalon is open from 09:00 AM until 01:00 AM.
Hotel Imperial offers rooms with connecting doors in several room categories.
The guests can enjoy one Finnish sauna.
Services such a hairdresser, pedicure and manicure can be arranged from external providers upon request.
The hotel offers evening turndown service.
All Rooms on the 4th and 5th floor (Room categories: Deluxe, Executive Junior Suite, Maisonette Suite) are having coffee & tea making facilities placed directly in the room, at no charge. The coffee & tea making facilities in other room categories are upon request and at no charge.
The hotel does not have a kid's menu. The chef can create it upon request.
The guests can enjoy a memorable high afternoon tea in the magnificent lobby lounge of the Hotel Imperial to the sound of enchanting harp music. The High afternoon tea is served from October until April, each Saturday from 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM. Besides exclusive tea blends and rosé champagne, the hotel also serves savory sandwiches, traditionally baked scones, and sweet treats. The price is 36 EUR (approximately 41 USD) per person or 46 EUR (approximately 52 USD) per person including 1 Glass of Champagne. Subject to a reservation.

The information provided is circumstantial - and is not indefinite in accuracy. Changes may have occurred.

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