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Park Hyatt Vienna

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Park Hyatt Vienna

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Vienna, Austria

AS DESCRIBED BY PROPERTY: The luxury hotel combines luxury with Viennese elegance, ensuring a sophisticated and enriching experience for business and leisure travelers alike. Featuring 143 generously sized guestrooms, including 35 suites, Park Hyatt Vienna’s guestrooms are amongst the largest in the city, brilliantly combing contemporary style with local Viennese accents. Offering a variety of recreational outlets designed to appeal to both hotel guests and local residents, visitors of the hotel enjoy newly interpreted Brasserie classics as well as premium drinks at the historically restored The Bank Brasserie & Bar, an afternoon tea at the Lounge, a spirit at the whisky and cigar lounge Living Room or home-made pastries and coffee specialties at Café Am Hof with outdoor terrace seating during the summer months. For relaxation, guests can retreat into the tranquil sanctuary of Arany Spa and indulge in a selection of exclusive body treatments and facials. Moreover, the hotel hosts an extensive hotel fitness center and 15m indoor swimming pool for exercise. For business or social events, Park Hyatt Vienna offers 800 sq. m of premier meeting space, which caters to all occasions, from a boardroom meeting to a large cocktail reception, in beautifully refurbished, historical spaces.

UNIQUE SUITE ACCESS™ EXPERIENCE/AMENITY: A bottle of local Austrian wine and sweet surprise from our pastry Chef.

DESTINATION TIP: St. Virgil's Chapel was discovered during construction of the underground in 1973 and integrated into Stephansplatz underground station as an outpost of Wien Museum. The subterranean chapel is one of the best-preserved Gothic interiors in Vienna. For conservation reasons the Wien Museum outpost had to be closed several years ago. Following extensive restoration works St. Virgil's Chapel reopened to the public at the end of 2015. A newly designed entrance on the level of the underground station concourse provides visitor-friendly access to this fascinating place of worship, while a compact exhibition gives a historical outline of medieval Vienna.

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