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Hotel Sacher Wien
Why we like it
- Perfectly located behind the Opera for walking through Vienna
- Founded in 1876 by Eduard Sacher, son of the creator of the famous Sacher Torte
- Classically elegant 5* hotel with great coffee house and spa
- No visit to the hotel is complete without sampling the famous Sacher Torte
The Sacher Torte recipe is still a well-kept secret to this day.
We had the most fabulous holiday.The Schloss Fuschl (especially in the fine weather) was as near to perfect as one could suppose.Our room was totally charming (they upgraded us to a suite) and the restaurant was absolutely world-class.
- PS, London
The world-famous Hotel Sacher is as much part of Vienna as the State Opera, the Ferries Wheel, the Fiaker and the Lipizzaner Horses and is ideally located in the very heart of this fabulous city, opposite the State Opera and only five minutes from the 'Hofburg' Imperial Palace.
All the bedrooms have been equipped meticulously and are decorated with elaborate antiques and renowned paintings in order to discover the original Viennese art de vivre. The hotel features two gourmet restaurants, the 'Rote Bar' and the 'Restaurant Anna Sacher', offering original Austrian dishes. The Sacher Spa is located high above the roofs of the Austrian city. This distinctive Spa offers special treatments such as rejuvenating massages or regenerating body rituals.
Spring is particularly pretty throughout Europe as the temperate climate awakens the flora of the region. Wet winters result in green springs and the mountains and plains come alive with blossom and flowers. This region enjoys pleasant warm summers and inland regions can be very hot in July and August, coinciding with the busiest periods. May, June and September are recommended due to the pleasant temperatures, though with fewer crowds. Eastern Europe tends to experience very cold winters, especially in inland areas. This is a pretty time to visit and many Eastern and Central European cities and towns hold traditional Christmas Fairs complete with decorated trees and festive entertainment.
Vienna - British Airways, easyJet
Salzburg - British Airways, easyJet
Innsbruck - easyJet
Vienna - 2 hours 20 minutes
Salzburg - 1 hour 50 minutes
Innsbruck - 1 hour 45 minutes
GMT +1 hour
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