The third and last hotel of our stay in Vienna, the Marriott is located in the Stadtpark. The rooms are more business-based, but they have all the high-end luxury amenities you'd expect from this chain. We particularly enjoyed the brunch. The rooms have a beautiful view of the park, with plenty of brightness from the glass walls.
This luxury hotel is in the centre of Vienna, behind the City Hall, and within walking distance of the city's main attractions. It has an exclusive exhibition of glass articles by international artist Ioan Nemtoi as well as a number of really impressive photographs by Curt Themessl. Since 2005, it has been part of the Design Hotels range. The service is just excellent: every customer is greeted with a glass of champagne before being sent to their room, which overlooks the exquisite courtyard. Breakfast is fabulous, too, with a variety of pastries, meats, bread, cereals, fruit, smoked salmon, and other foods.
This hotel is a definite must if you're staying in the city of Vienna. It's very clean and neat, with a few bars, and an elegant cafe. Everything is very beautiful and bright. It looks like something from a movie from the 1940's or 50's. Indulge in one of the delicious treats on offer - I recommend the Sacher torte, of course. Wonderful!
Located near several shops and a stunning vertical garden created by the French architect and landscape designer Patrick Blanc, this is a truly majestic building with very large windows, offering spectacular views of the city. It's a luxury hotel designed by Jean Nouvel, architect of international renown. The furniture is predominantly black, white and grey, and the suite had the largest bed I've ever seen. Sean Penn had stayed there recently. The staff are all very French in their attitude. There's a spectacular terrace on the top floor of the hotel.