Ritz-Carlton brings latest property to Vienna

28th Aug 2012
Ritz-Carlton brings latest property to Vienna

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has opened its first hotel in Austria in the capital city of Vienna.

The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna, a 202 room property located on the central Schubertring Boulevard, is the ninth hotel in Europe for the luxury hotel company.

The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna is an elegant building composed of four historic palaces dating back to the 19th century and is located in the heart of the city with incredible views of Vienna’s landmarks from its rooms and roof top bar.

The cultural heritage of the city with its museums, opera, concert halls and historic buildings is just a short stroll from the hotel.

The hotel embraces tradition with many original design features which have been painstakingly preserved and integrated into the interiors offering a strong sense of place. 

An impressive marble staircase is a stunning feature of the hotel interior, decorative mural paintings together with intricate wood carvings and panelling were all carefully restored and form an essential part of the hotel’s character.

“We are delighted to open our 80th hotel in this key European capital and to offer discerning global travellers a truly unique property here in Vienna,” said Herve Humler president of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company.

“The hotel will bring The Ritz-Carlton service philosophy to the city and combine it with Viennese hospitality to create memorable experiences for guests whether travelling on leisure or for business” 

The Ritz-Carlton Vienna reflects the city’s combination of Imperial tradition and contemporary creativity in its design and interiors incorporating both historic and modern features.


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