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Hotel Sacher Vienna

Philharmoniker Str. 4, 1010 Wien, Austria
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Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria
Hotel Sacher Vienna Vienna  Austria

Hotel Sacher Vienna

Sacher is synonymous with luxury in Vienna. It’s the name of not just the hotel, but also Austria’s most famous cake, the delectable Sacher-Torte. Eduard, son of Sacher-Torte creator Franz Sacher, opened the hotel in 1876, though it was his young widow Anna who really established the property after he died. In 1934, a few years after her death, the Gürtler family took over the hotel—and continues to maintain it to this day.

Notable personalities like John F. Kennedy and Queen Elizabeth II have walked the halls of this Vienna institution. It was also here that John Lennon and Yoko Ono introduced “Bagism” to the press while inside a giant bag, an event chronicled in the Beatles’ Ballad of John and Yoko. The Belle Epoque–influenced rooms are a symbol of elegance and comfort, while the two restaurants, two bars, and illustrious Café Sacher make it possible to enjoy the hotel’s timeless charm without even being a guest. Be sure to try the famous torte—it’s an essential Vienna treat.

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about 5 years ago

A Night of Luxury at Hotel Sacher

Hotel Sacher is a fixture in Vienna's exclusive culinary scene. You can experience the elegance associated with the Sacher name for a night, and join the long list of illustrious guests that have enjoyed their signature hospitality. Start off your evening with a drink at the “Blaue Salon,” which looks positively magical with its velvety blue and decadent gold décor. After, treat yourself to a perfect dinner at Anna Sacher where Chef Werner Pichlmaier conjures up a modern and light Austrian cuisine. The restaurant features chandeliers by crystal makers Lobmeyr and a warm, luxurious atmosphere.
about 5 years ago

Hotel Sacher’s Time to Chocolate

Hotel Sacher has found a way to combine chocolate and decadent indulgence – without any calories. The Time to Chocolate SPA at their Vienna location is an oasis of absolute peace, where guests can enjoy luxurious treatments made from the precious cacao bean. After a long day of wandering around Vienna, your skin may not be feeling as great as you. So lie back and enjoy the sweet bliss of being pampered with one of three special chocolate ceremonies. Let all your stress just drift away and leave it up to Time to Chocolate to soothe your body and soul.
about 5 years ago

Opera Hotels: Hotel Sacher, Vienna, Austria

Located across from the Vienna State Opera, Hotel Sacher hosts many operagoers among its guests. You may even spot a performer in the Anna Sacher restaurant before or after the show.