Vienna, Austria, welcomes the highly anticipated Almanac Palais Vienna April 1. The boutique property, part of Almanac Hotels, lies inside a set of former palais dating back to 1871 and overlooks Stadtpark, the city’s first public green space.
Featuring 80 suites and 31 guestrooms, Almanac Palais Vienna embraces Viennese heritage and history with elegant interiors and a palette of rich woods and silvery hues. Austrian white marble and sculptural accents complement a rotating collection of paintings and photographs by up-and-coming artists.
The new property boasts a two-floor, marble-clad wellness space with a 46-foot indoor pool with thermal waters. Local purveyors bring fresh ingredients to the hotel’s plant-forward Alpine restaurant, a colorful restaurant adorned with a mural of Vienna’s flora and fauna. Almanac Palais Vienna also includes a specialty coffee shop as a nod to Vienna’s rich café culture.
The property lies within walking distance from Vienna State Opera House and Museum of Applied Arts. Located on Ringstrasse, Vienna’s most elegant boulevard, the hotel evokes refined beauty while paying homage to the city’s vibrant and rich history and culture. The new hotel accepts reservations starting Feb. 23.
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