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Rosewood Vienna

Vienna 3 nights low season from £1,398 per person
Deluxe

In the heart of Vienna’s mediaeval old town, opposite St Peter’s church and just 3 minutes' walk from St Stephen’s Cathedral, is the city’s latest luxury hotel. Housed within a carefully-restored 19th century building, the refined interiors take inspiration from the Viennese Modernism of the early 1900s.

There are 99 spacious and light-filled rooms, with elegant Art Deco furniture, marble bathrooms, parquet floors and fabrics featuring designs by one of the founders of the Wiener Werkstätte, Josef Hofmann. Breakfast is served in the top floor Neue Hoheit Brasserie with views of Vienna’s rooftops; lunch and dinner are also served here and on the outside terrace during the summer months. There is also a bar with panoramic views and the atmospheric Salon Aurelie, where hand-painted murals inspired by the famous Palmenhaus provide the perfect backdrop to your Kaffee und Kuchen. The Asaya Spa offers a range of indulgent treatments, sauna, steam bath, experience shower and relaxation room.

3 night low season price from £1,398 per person, 3 night high season price from £1,598 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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To make an enquiry please speak to one of our experts on 020 7593 2288, or enquire online

Our expert reservations team regularly travel to a wide range of destinations to explore new cities, visit hotels and to research museums, galleries and restaurants so that we can offer the most up-to-date advice and recommendations.

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