The Radisson SAS Style Hotel is opening in Vienna, formerly The Style Hotel Vienna.
In January 2006, Kurt Ritter, president and CEO of Rezidor SAS, signed a 20-year management contract with the WSF Group, owner of The Style Hotel Vienna. The hotel has now officially been re-branded as the Radisson SAS Style Hotel Vienna.
The hotel was named to Condé Nast Traveler’s 10th annual “Hot List” of the best new hotels in the world, as selected by the magazine’s discriminating editors in the May 2006 issue. The magazine praised the hotel’s “exceptionally well-drilled staff,” “excellent Italian restaurant” and “relaxing” décor.
Luxurious yet comfortable, The Radisson SAS Style Hotel Vienna, which is housed in a converted art deco townhouse, features international design with a Mediterranean influence. The hotel offers 78 individually-designed guest rooms, including 17 suites, all with the latest technology including flat screen satellite televisions, DVD players and wireless high speed Internet access. The hotel also features the gourmet restaurant ‘Sapori,’ offering Italian cuisine, and the H12 Wine Bar, offering a special selection of Austrian and Italian wines.
“A good hotel is like a home away from home. We want our guests to feel at home in our hotel, which provides a unique experience with a sophisticated yet comfortable design,” says general manager Alfio Bernardini.
The Radisson SAS Style Hotel Vienna is located in one of the oldest and most vibrant neighborhoods of Vienna’s city center. Close to Kohlmarkt, Graben, Freyung and the government district, as well as the city’s most upscale fashion quarter, the hotel offers a central location from which guests can explore the city. St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the State Opera and the Imperial Hofburg Palace are within walking distance of the hotel.
The Radisson SAS Style Hotel Vienna complements the more traditional Radisson SAS Palais Hotel Vienna. In Austria, Rezidor SAS Hospitality also operates the Radisson SAS Altstadt Hotel in Salzburg and two Country Inn hotels in Vienna and Deutsch Wagram.