Located in the heart of Vienna, the magnificent Palais Coburg Residenz is hard to miss. The luxury hotel is directly located at the famous Ringstrasse within a short distance from the city’s tourist hotspots, including St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the State Opera, Kärntner Strasse and the City Park. The main train station and the airport are also easily accessible from the hotel.
Rooms & Suites
Palais Coburg offers 34 unique single-story suites and duplex suites from which patrons can behold the hotel garden and the sprawling city of Vienna. Furnished with imperial or contemporary decor, the suites have a fully-equipped kitchen, a luxurious bathroom and some suites even offer a private terrace or sauna. Patrons can choose from five suite categories: the City Category, the Residenz Category, the Palais Category, the Bastei Category, and the Coburg Category.
It also has 12 spacious meeting rooms that can hold 5 to 450 people. These meeting rooms are packaged with all the technical equipment and facilities guests may need to ensure the smooth flow of their conferences.
Spa & Wellness
The spa on the third floor is a wellness oasis. Patrons can unwind in the indoor pool, the whirlpool, the sauna, the steam bath or the sun terrace. They can also explore a wide selection of cosmetic treatments and massages.
Those who keep to an active lifestyle may head to the gym, equipped with the latest training gears. Meanwhile, the winter garden and the terrace are perfect for those who seek a serene respite from hectic life.
Food & Drink
The luxury hotel houses two distinguished restaurants. Silvio Nickol Gourmet Restaurant, an international gourmet restaurant with two Michelin stars and four Gault Millau toques will satisfy every haute cuisine lover. The Clementine im Glashaus is a new restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, afternoon snacks and dinner at an attractive outdoor seating area. Four years after the opening the restaurant is now known as trendy culinary hotspot within the Viennese crowd to spend leisure time.
After relaxing in the hotel’s residential and wellness amenities, guests can dine in these restaurants and enjoy the atmospheric lighting and the bubbling fountain within their view.
Patrons can also experience Vienna’s wine culture in Palais Coburg’s six wine cellars holding four centuries’ worth of bottles. These uniquely designed wine cellars were also awarded with the “Best Wine List in the World” award 2017. Offering over 60,000 wine bottles, it is proudly included in the largest wine cellars in Europe.
The hotel’s bar also serves coffee, cocktails, and snacks.
Once the seat of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, it is now one of Austrian capital’s most exceptional five-star luxury hotels. Palais Coburg was built between 1840 and 1845 in a classicist style, commissioned by Ferdinand von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha. The grand palace was constructed atop a former bastion, the Braunbastei, whose foundations include sections of the city’s fortifications dating from the sixteenth century.
Within walking distance of main attractions/Central location/Urban hideaway/Perfect for city breaks/
Ample suites/Rooftop terrace/Indoor pool/Fine dining/Excellent service/
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