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Palais Hansen Kempinski

Vienna 3 nights low season from £929 per person

Located on the Ringstrasse, 10 minutes’ walk from the Rathaus and 15 minutes from St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Palais Hansen was originally built as a hotel for the World Exhibition in Vienna in 1873, and named after its architect, Theophil Hansen.

It has been restored to its former magnificence and reopened in March 2013. The renovation is an elegant mix of neo-Renaissance architecture and detailing with contemporary interior design; the result is a hotel with all the latest modern luxuries which retains an unmistakable Viennese grandeur. There is a light, bright lobby lounge and bar in the glass covered central courtyard, an additional bar, ‘Henri Lou’, open during the evenings, and a separate cigar lounge. An excellent breakfast and dinner are served in the ‘Die Küche’ restaurant. Alternatively, try the Michelin-starred ‘Edvard’ for fine dining where the focus is on seasonal produce and a relaxed atmosphere. There are 152 spacious rooms and suites, a spa with a small indoor pool, sauna, steam bath, treatments rooms and a fitness centre.

3 night low season price from £929 per person, 3 night high season price from £1,198 per person

What's included

...when you travel with Kirker

  • Return flights
  • Return private car transfers
  • Accommodation including breakfast
  • Kirker's Guide Notes to restaurants, museums and sightseeing
  • The Vienna Masterticket
  • The services of the Kirker Concierge

The Kirker Difference

Arranged by us exclusively for our customers...

Vienna Masterticket

For all of our clients travelling to Vienna, we are delighted to include a Masterticket which gives you entrance to the Leopold Museum and the Kunsthistorisches Museum (Museum of Fine Arts). The Kunsthistorisches was built by Emperor Franz Joseph to house the vast Habsburg collections – amongst its many highlights is one of the foremost collections of Old Masters.

In contrast, the Leopold Museum is the home of Austrian modern art and includes works by the founder of the Vienna Secession movement, Gustav Klimt. The Kunstkammer at the Kunsthistorisches Museum is highly recommended; it reopened in 2013 after a 10 year restoration and is one of the world’s most important chambers of art.

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