Hotel Imperial

Located in the center of Vienna, the 5 Star Hotel Imperial combines the best tradition with modern amenities. The Hotel Imperial Is One Of Vienna’s Most Cherished Treasures, Especially Since Earning The Distinction Of Being Named on Conde Nast Traveler’s 2002 Gold List And Being Named A Conde Nast Traveler 2001 Reader’s Choice Award Winner.

For A Century, This Architectural Landmark And Symbol Of Hospitality Has Received The City’s Most Distinguished Visitors. An Original Wuttemberg Palace, Inaugurated In 1873 By Emperor Franz Josef 1, the hotel celebrates Vienna’s own Ringtrasse architectural style. Richly Appointed Guest Rooms, Exceptional Service, And The Outstanding Restaurant Imperial Make The Hotel Imperial An Unparalled Luxury Experience.

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Facilities

Gym & Health

Do you want to relax after a day of sight-seeing or an exhausting business day? Use our sauna or gym which is well equipped with high-tech equipment:

Stationary bike
Running machine
Universal weight machine
Shoulder & chest press
Sitting leg press
Anatomic back extension
Separate dumb-bell machine with 20 positions.
Kindly note that guests must be 12-years or older to use our Fitness facilties.

Business Center

Our business center offers state of the art technology, including 2 PC-Stations, a fax machine, a copy machine, wireless internet access and a free of charge high-speed internet access. For additional support feel free to turn to our Concierge and Front-Office team.

Meetings and Events

A truly Imperial venue for major events and important decisions. Whether held in an intimate salon or the grand festival hall, your meetings and banquets are certain to be success. Under the captivating lights of our crystal chandeliers you will succumb to the culinary delights our festive salon, once the patio of the Württemberg Palace, holds in store for you.
The exclusive salons make the perfect locations for successful meetings and elegant banquets. We cater to your challenging seminars by offering energetic brain food stimulating performances to the maximum. A dinner at the Luxury Hotel’s festive halls is a hymn to those who worship the extraordinary. In this noble ambience you will enjoy life at its best.

Weddings

A wedding reception at the Hotel Imperial is without equal. Crystal chandeliers shimmer from high stucco ceilings that radiate aristocratic flair and exude an old world elegance that is both unequivocally romantic and imperial.
Beyond dramatic, dreamy surroundings, a personal wedding supervisor will attend to all personalized planning and execution details. A personal butler is by the bride’s side throughout the day to escort her up the princely stairs or attend to any last minute needs.

Accommodation

The magnificent Palace of Württemberg turned into the luxury Hotel Imperial in 1873 and soon became an epitome worldwide for excellent architecture and exclusive service. Precious antiques and historical details in the 138 highly individual guest rooms and suites liaise harmoniously with modern comfort.The perfect accommodation in Vienna for your stay. Large bathrooms with noble accessories and bath robes, sound systems with CD players and extra large TV-sets, two external telephone lines with high-speed internet access and air-conditioning are only a few examples for luxurious hospitality. Guests of our suites are privileged to receive various additional amenities free of charge, as well as to be served by their personal butler.

Classic Room

Classic rooms measuring 25-30 square meters blend well into the structure of the palace and are individual in character. In the traditionally decorated rooms hand-made stucco work harmonises with silk wall-coverings in blue, red, green or rosé, while antique crystal chandeliers cast their glitter over marble bathrooms.

Elegant rooms on the upper floors appointed in warm tones of golden yellow bid guests a musical welcome. Choose from a selection of CDs, whether your fancy be Strauss, Mahler or Prokofiev. Comfortable king, queen, and twin-sized beds, superior mattresses, spacious marble bathrooms with separate shower-stall and bath tub, as well as twin sinks make for unparalleled comfort. A charming sitting area for two is an invitation to an elegant tea while enjoying the tranquillity of the courtyard-view, or watching the busy goings-on on the broad, tree-lined Ringstrasse below.

High speed internet access
Marble bathroom
Shower and bath tub
Sitting area
24-hours room service
Access to the gym

Deluxe Room

Rooms on the upper floors are tastefully decorated in tones of golden yellow, and offer generously proportioned bathrooms in green and grey marble with separate bath and shower areas. Cozy bathrobes and soft slippers embroidered in gold with the armorial bearings of Wurttemberg envelop you in truly imperial flair. Ceilings of impressive height and an aristocratic ambiance welcome you in the historic rooms. Crisp green, warm red or light blue tones accent precious oil paintings and antiques. The elegant writing desk provides space to let your ideas take flight and thoughts mellow. The view from some rooms opens out onto the Musikverein, where celebrated annual New Year’s Day concerts enchant connoisseurs of classical music. The rooms’ sound systems let guests chart their own personal musical journey. These spacious quarters are quite simply synonymous with style and refinement.

High speed internet access
Marble bathroom
Shower and bath tub
Sitting area
24-hours room service
Access to the gym

Imperial Junior Suite

Elegant casement windows let light flood in and offer views of the busy city below. The spacious, connected sleeping and living areas are furnished with antique chaise longues and plush sofas that invite guests to relax and unwind. Floral arrangements and bowls of fresh fruit underscore the gracious air of the historic rooms. Walk-in closets in most rooms provide plenty of storage space. Highly polished wood, artistically turned table feet, sweeping ornament and precious inlay work are to be found in many of the suites. Lovers of antiques will be delighted by treasures such as a magnificent nineteenth-century standing clock, Biedermeier armoire, or Baroque writing desk.
The honeymoon suite envelops newly-weds in delicate green. Here too the Imperial’s exclusivity is to be seen in a sumptuous canopied bed with ornate columns. The bathroom offers every conceivable luxury—even a jacuzzi for two.

Bulgari bath amenities
Fresh flowers
Fresh fruits
Imperial petit fours
Marble bathroom
Shower and bath tub

Executive Junior Suite

Dormer windows allow bright outdoor light to illuminate the expansive suites that spread over 60 to 70 square metres and guarantee even the most demanding business travellers gracious living. A comfortable work area is equipped with everything necessary to print, copy and fax conveniently. The inviting sitting area is perfect for meetings in elegant and private surroundings. The cozy atmosphere of the suite’s mansard character is accentuated by golden tones and harmonious, bright design. On request, the living and sleeping areas—sized to accommodate king or twin-sized beds—can also be optically partitioned. Roomy bathrooms in marble with separate shower and bath tub, as well as large twin sinks, make for truly imperial comfort. Relax on a comfortable sofa and enjoy classical compositions or lounge music from the Korso Restaurant on a superior hi-fi system. Your personal butler will serve a nightcap or cup of tea for a perfect coda to a perfect evening, and prepare everything for another successful day.

Fruit basket
Imperial petit fours
Bulgari bath amenities
Flowers in your suite
One way limousine transfer from or to Vienna airport
Imperial Butler Service

Elisabeth Suite

Neo-classical columns, noble mirrored doors and charming niches—every suite is unique, and their majestic ceilings never fail to elicit marvels from guests. The suites royally proportioned at 55-65 square metres and each with an individual floor-plan, blend harmoniously into the centuries-old architecture of the Wurttemberg palace. One of the suites once had its own chapel and even today delights guests with its impressive arched ceiling. Inviting armchairs and sofas in the living quarters recall the charm of a bygone era and are the perfect surroundings for a relaxing cup of tea. The sliding mirrored doors open to reveal comfortable king-sized or twin beds. Some suites offer a storage room large enough to accommodate any world traveller’s baggage. The suites’ varied colour schemes will appeal to the most discerning taste: muted pink exudes warmth and light, delicate green enlivens the spirit while golden “Schönbrunn yellow” melds harmoniously with sky blue. Here the enchanting girl who was to be crowned empress of Austria would most certainly have felt at home.

Fruit basket
Imperial petit fours
Bulgari bath amenities
Flowers in your suite
One way limousine transfer from or to Vienna Airport
Imperial Butler Service

Maisonette Suite

Winding wooden stairs lead from the sleeping area and spacious bathroom up to the cozy living room and library on the gallery level. Guests feel immediately at home in this warm and comfortable atmosphere. Nestling cosily in the king-sized bed beneath an opulent baldachin heavenly dreams are certain. The hotel’s location directly across the street from the Musikverein is recalled not only by the lyre that adorn the gallery’s banisters: on warm summer evenings the breeze carries the sounds of world-famous orchestras through the open balcony doors into the suite. A sound system and selection of CDs let guests decide whether Jansons, Abbado or Welser-Möst is to wield the conductor’s baton. Admire the view from the private terrace with those who mean the most to you—out over the city and the Baroque cupola of the nearby church of St. Charles Borromeo. Maisonette Suites are seventh heaven. Indeed, where else can one look down upon the angels—at least those that adorn the Musikverein’s roof.

Fruit basket
Imperial Petits Fours in a wooden box
Bulgari bath amenities
Flowers in your suite
One way limousine transfer from or to Vienna Airport
Imperial Butler Service

Maria Theresia Suite

In one Maria Theresia Suite laid out in green, sleeping and living area can be separated, while another suite boasts a large living room in bluish and golden shades. The Maria Theresia Suites are a rare selection of special things. Guests who admire historical details and authenticity quite purposefully choose the Maria Theresia Suites as cozy and yet very imperial residences. The emphasis is not so much on opulence and magnificence here but on stylish living.

Fruit basket
Imperial Petits Fours in a wooden box
Bulgari bath amenities
Flowers in your suite
One way limousine transfer from or to Vienna Airport
Imperial Butler Service

Imperial Suite

Mirrors set in Baroque frames magnify the sumptuous atmosphere of the once private chambers of the prince of Wurttemberg. The suites, which boast ceilings of up to seven metres in height, measure 70-95 square metres offering guests truly imperial-sized accommodations. The impressive salons provide exclusive and intimate surroundings for meetings or cocktails with a personal butler to attend to your guests. More than one couple has glided in three-quarter time over the antique parquet floors to waltz rhythms. And reclining on the stylish chaise longue in another Imperial Suite, you can admire precious oil paintings and antique furniture. Like the state rooms of all historic palaces, the Imperial Suites were located on the lower floors to spare the guests of bygone days the inconvenience of climbing several flights of stairs. But even though today an elevator whisks you effortlessly to your suite, ascending the princely staircase makes a fitting overture to entering your own imperial quarters.

Free minibar
Breakfast in your suite
1 exclusive bath arranged by your personal butler
1 pre-dinner cocktail for 2 in your suite
Two way limousine transfer from and to Vienna Airport
Imperial Butler Service

Royal Suite

Precious appointments, marble bathrooms and walls upholstered in silk: the Royal Suites present themselves in the manner of Schönbrunn palace on over 160 square metres. With three bedrooms each, the impressive suites occupy the entire front of the Imperial’s belle étage, or first floor. The masterfully crafted star-patterned parquet floors seem to creak with respect. Like the original antique porcelain ovens, the floors have been preserved and carefully restored. Padded double folding doors open onto the spacious bedroom and salon flooded with light. What ideas did movers and shakers play with in the quiet of the Royal Suites, what weighty decisions did they reach? Their spirit lives on in the historic halls to conjure up a unique atmosphere. Here you find yourself in a noble ambiance: in the morning, a butler brings the freshly ironed newspaper with a cup of Viennese coffee to your bedside. Would you do us the honour?

Open bar in your suite
Free minibar
Breakfast in your suite
1 exclusive bath arranged by your personal butler
1 pre-dinner cocktail for 2 in your suite
Two way limousine transfer from and to Vienna Airport
Imperial Butler Service

Gastronomy & Bar

Restaurant Imperial

The Restaurant Imperial at Vienna´s luxury Hotel Imperial, is the ideal spot for a truly refined, yet relaxed, Viennese dining experience. Elegant wood-paneled walls wrap the room and provide the backdrop for portraits of Austrian royalty like Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife Sisi. Exquisitely laid tables are intimate, but spaciously arranged to ensure diners’ privacy. Richly colored carpets harmonize with similarly toned chairs upholstered in contrasting, complementary patterns. Candlelight and wall sconces illuminate the room with a muted, golden glow.

Service under the watchful eye of Maître d’ Christ is equally impressive. Christ has been with the Hotel Imperial for 32 years and his “youngest” staff member is a 16-year veteran. Formerly known as Restaurant zur Majestät, the restaurant continues to serve select meat and fish dishes the traditional way-directly at the table. Along with its new name, the restaurant has changed its formerly formal service to a more relaxed style without compromising quality.

While select classic dishes like Wiener Schnitzel are always on offer, our Chef Rupert Schnait creates a different five-course gourmet dinner every week, combining traditional Viennese cuisine with international ingredients. The results are exceptional creations that tempt the palate. Fine desserts made with a dash of Vienna’s most exquisite sweet wines are a harmonious finale to an incredible meal.

For fine wine aficionados, head sommelier Manfred Legl is always on hand with recommendations ranging from renowned Austrian vintners to those of Burgundy, Bordeaux, and other parts of the world. Thanks to its gourmet food and excellent service, Restaurant Imperial was, once again, is toque-awarded by Gault Millau.

Bar Maria Theresia

Raise your glass. Our piano player reveals that you are in the city of music! You are very welcome to sit down at one of the cozy niches and enjoy your favorite drink at our Bar Maria Theresia. An after-lunch drink, a successful meeting, or a glass of champagne as a prelude to your Imperial Evening will convince you that our bar is the very heart of the hotel. And our guests feel at home here, no matter whether they come from the worlds of politics, business or art. Welcome to this special ambience of 19th-century glory and proverbial Viennese charm!

Open daily from 05.00pm to 01.00am

Pianomusic from 06.00pm to 00.30am except on Sundays

Cafe Imperial

Traditional Kaffeehauses are intrinsic to Austrian culture. It has even been argued that, in days past, nearly two Nobel Prize winners were seated at every table in a Viennese Kaffeehaus. The Café Imperial carries on this charming custom serving aromatic brews and tempting bites.

Writers and politicians, business people and leisure guests alike receive first-class service from our experienced waiters known as Men in Black, who are eager to share their profound knowledge of the huge variety of Viennese coffee beverages available in the café.

Favorites include:
• Kleiner oder Großer Brauner: Coffee with coffee cream or milk.
• Verlängerter schwacher Kaffee: A weaker brew with or without cream.
• Mélange: Half coffee and half hot, whisked milk.
• Schwarzer kleiner oder großer: Plain black coffee.
• Mokka kleiner oder großer: Very strong black coffee.
• Einspänner: Coffee with whipped cream served in a glass.
• Fiaker oder Phariser: Black coffee with rum and whipped cream served in a glass.
• Kaffee Amadeus: Coffee with Mozartliqueur and whipped cream.
• Kaiser Mélange: Coffee with an egg yolk and whipped cream.

In addition to coffee, the Café Imperial serves lunch and dinner.
Live piano music is featured Saturdays and Sundays from 3:30pm-7:30pm.

Open daily from 7.00am to 11.00pm

In-Room Dinning

Relax in your room and enjoy 24-hours room service. Among many delicacies the menu offers famous Austrian dishes such as Viennese Schnitzel or the classic Tafelspitz.

Location

Hotel Imperial

Kaerntner Ring 16
Vienna , 1015, Austria
TEL : +43 (1) 501100
FAX : +43 (1) 50110 410

 

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