Walking into Hotel Sacher Wien is like entering a time warp. Within seconds you have left behind modern life with its congested streets and ugly grey buildings and replaced it with old-worldly elegance and glamour. The common rooms are so wonderfully ornate that it is almost as if you were in a museum. Guests glide through the halls in hushed silence as if not to distract from the magnificant gold gilted décor. There is an atmosphere of discrete romance and mystery allowing one to spend their time wondering what has gone on before them.
We stayed in an executive suite which was just as beautifully decorated as the main lobby and bar area would suggest. Fabulous works of art hung from the wall, luxurious antique furniture adorned the sitting room, and a spectacular chandelier hung over the bed. In terms of luxury Hotel Sacher is in a league of its own and it is the well deserved hotel of choice for many visiting celebrities and distinguished persons.
Hotel Sacher offers a range of dining options. Most famous of these is the world reknowned Café Sacher, home to the Original Sacher Torte. This café’s close proximety to the Opera House makes it the perfect place for some post show coffee and cake! The hotel also offers a fine dining option called Restaurant Anna Sacher, it is pricey but the setting is gorgeous with its dark green walls and endless chandeliers.
Hotel Sacher has a full spa and fitness centre as well as complimentary wifi throughout the hotel.
It is not often that I am completely blown away by a hotel but Hotel Sacher Wien was really something else. I fell in love with it’s history and its uniqueness. The décor throughout the hotel was incredibly luxurious and the ambience just could not be replicated anywhere else in the world. I would highly recommend staying here as the hotels provides an entire experience well beyond just a bed for the night.
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