If you want to be close to the opera this is probably your best choice. The Sacher, Bristol, Imperial just too expensive for what they offer and the Ring (sister hotel) less attractive. The rooms are spacy and well equipped and there end all the plusses. The breakfast is not up to par served in a room that feels much cheaper when compared with the rest of the public venues of the hotel, now that I mention it there is no decent place to relax or eat a proper meal (equivalent to the hotel's price and status) the service is sloppy or plain bad (it took 40 minutes and several complaints to get a toast at the cafe on the main floor )and there is a general atmosphere of neglect and indifferent attitude towards the customer. Pity because the location and the old Europe style building deserve better.
- Also Known As:
- Grand Hotel Vienna
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For more than 140 years, the legendary Grand Hotel Wien has been one of Vienna’s premiere destinations. Situated directly on the Ringstrasse boulevard in the heart of the city, the deluxe five-star hotel offers its guests historic luxury combined with state-of-the-art technology and outstanding service. 205 rooms and suites, four restaurants, two bars, 12 function rooms and the exclusive Grand Spa No605 create the perfect ambience for an unforgettable stay in Vienna. ... more less
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