Hotel Imperial – A Luxury Collection Hotel is a 5-star luxury hotel in Vienna, located in the building from 1873 and redesigned to a luxurious hotel as a part of Marriott group of hotels. It located in the 1st district and walking distance from Karlsplatz, Stadtpark and several other popular city landmarks. The design of hotel building is in a typical palatial style of 19th century of central Vienna.
Hotel Imperial – A Luxury Collection Hotel is the ideal venue for business visitors in Vienna, as well as for leisure guests. Offering a range of amenities and facilities, the property offers everything you need for a good night’s sleep and stay. Friendly and professional staff will welcome you and make your stay pleasant and memorable.
|Name||Hotel Imperial – A Luxury Collection Hotel|
|Star rating||5 stars|
|Opened||1873, as a hotel, building was built in 1863|
|Location||Kaerntner Ring 16, 1010 Wien, Innere Stadt, 1st district|
|Check in/Check out times||3 PM/12 PM|
|Room types||Classic room, Deluxe room, Imperial Junior Suite, Executive Junior Suite, Elisabeth Suite, Maisonette Suite, Maria Theresia Suite, Imperial Suite and Royal Suite|
|Price range||From $499|
|Pet friendly||Yes, with an additional fee|
Rooms and amenities
The hotel has 138 rooms and suites of various luxury level and all the way to Imperial Suite, which can make any guest feel as royal. All rooms and suites are non-smoking, and each uniquely designed and decorated with luxurious furniture and material combining traditional styles and modern amenities.
All rooms are facilitated with large flat screen TVs, professional sound system, coffee/tea making station, laptop size safety deposit box, iPod docking station, free WiFi, bathroom with bathtub and/or shower and antiallergy pillows from pillow menu, among other items.
Each room is also provided with fully stocked personal bar and in-room refrigerator. The size of rooms starts at 30 m2 and ranges to up to 200 m2 for Imperial Suite. When combining to adjacent imperial suites and accompanied rooms, you can accomplish incredible 460 m2, which is spacious luxury found only in the most prestigious hotels in the world.
Imperial Suite comes with a butler services, among other luxurious services provided.
Bars, restaurant and dining options
The hotel has a bar (Café Imperial Wien), dining facilities for breakfast and dinners and a prestigious restaurant (Restaurant OPUS).
The bar serves large number of drinks and cocktail and wide selection of champagne. The hotel serves Imperial Champagne Brunch, which is another prestigious and luxurious service of the place. The brunch is served in the banqueting halls of the hotel.
The hotel is serving Imperial High Tea in its lobby lounge, and this is yet another signature service of Hotel Imperial. With a soothing sounds of live harp music, guests are served exclusive tea blends, sandwiches, traditionally baked scones and sweet treats.
Speaking of sweets, the hotel is famous for its original Imperial Torte recipe, which is said it originated n 1873, when new cake was designed in honor of Emperor Franz Joseph I. This cake is so popular that hotel provides take away and gift service.
Restaurant OPUS is perfectly designed place in style of 1930 and well blended with the rest of hotel luxurious outfit. The menu has a mix of Austrian and international cuisine with supervision of top chef. There is also a vegetarian menu and nice selection of wines.
Business and event facilities
Hotel Imperial – A Luxury Collection Hotel has five distinguished venues for meetings and festive and celebratory events. their size ranges from 37 m2 and up to 105 m2. Maximum capacity for the largest venue is 110 persons which can fit needs for medium to large event, seminar, workshop or a wedding reception.
Venues are as following:
Festive Hall – 105 m2
Marble Hall – 105 m2
Salon Imperial – 66 m2
Ringstrasse Salon – 62 m2
Salon Maria Theresia – 37 m2
All facilities are provided with necessary furniture equipment and decoration as required, depending on the event type and requirement. Dedicated team from the hotel will make sure all needs by event organizers are met,
For guests’ wellbeing needs, Hotel Imperial – A Luxury Collection Hotel provides fitness and health studio. This includes latest fitness equipment for variety if exercises, a sauna, changing room and showers.
Wellbeing facilities are located at the rooftop.
Additional and specialized services
Apart from room service, which is a standard, the hotel provides following: champagne breakfast (on request), 24/7 in room dining services, variety of daily newspapers, Vienna city map, booking of tickets for Vienna Opera, restaurant reservations, organizing of site seeing tours, pickup from the airport, child care services and other services you might require.
Hotel Imperial – A Luxury Collection Hotel is very popular hotel in Vienna that can make your stay in the city very pleasant.
This hotel was originally featured on our Vienna website, allaboutvienna.com.
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