Hotel Sacher Wien

Philharmonikerstrasse 4, A-1010 Vienna, Austria

Graham Greene was inspired to write the 1949 film noir The Third Man at the hotel

The Hotel Sacher Wien, which opened in 1876, occupies an enviable spot on Philharmonikerstrasse directly across from Vienna’s State Opera.  Equally famous are its classic, jewel-toned interiors. Guest rooms are decorated with antiques, silk curtains and select works from the museum-worthy collection of paintings. Two presidential suites, Madame Butterfly and the Magic Flute, are as grand as the personages who have checked in (Indira Gandhi, Queen Elizabeth II, Rudolph Nureyev and Herbert von Karajan), and both overlook the opera house. The top floor, meanwhile, boasts more contemporary accommodations, including suites with panoramic terraces.

Total Rooms: 86   Total Suites: 64   Wireless LAN – Complimentary   Business Area   Clefs d’Or Concierge Service   Non-Smoking Rooms   Valet Parking   Limousine Service   Original Sacher Merchandising Products   Children’s Programs   Historic Landmark   Fitness Center   Meetings & Events   Pet Friendly – Conditions Apply   Spa   Beauty/Anti-Aging Spa   Destination Spa   Wellness/Fitness Spa