|"Great and friendly staff!"||(in 182 reviews)|
|"Old world charm with modern comforts"||(in 1 review)|
|""Great staff, excellent location.""||(in 194 reviews)|
|"the hotel smelled faintly of smoke."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"2 single duvets instead of one double?"||(in 2 reviews)|
|"Smoking was allowed in the cocktail bar."||(in 8 reviews)|
|great location||in 497 reviews|
|excellent staff||in 379 reviews|
|grand hotel||in 309 reviews|
|beautiful room||in 222 reviews|
|breakfast was very good||in 222 reviews|
|everything was perfect||in 138 reviews|
|room service||in 121 reviews|
|lobby bar||in 49 reviews|
|opera house||in 46 reviews|
|shopping and museums||in 40 reviews|
|everything was excellent||in 24 reviews|
|junior suite||in 23 reviews|
|close to everything||in 22 reviews|
|old world charm||in 20 reviews|
|piano player||in 19 reviews|
|wien||in 14 reviews|
|museums opera||in 13 reviews|
|smell of smoke||in 13 reviews|
|single duvets||in 9 reviews|
|japanese restaurant||in 8 reviews|
Everything was choreographed and perfect.
Superb location. Concierge helped us get tickets to see sold out Bruegel expo. Everything about this hotel is 5 stars
Not so Grand
Rooms are fairly large for European standards and the location is great. The bed is fairly good and the bathroom game is strong.
Found the overall staff service to be lacking. Concierge typically jumps at opportunity to provide service/advice but not here. For the most part, the hotel bars and restaurants are over-hyped and completely over-priced with much better alternatives just a few steps away (both quality and price). Smell of stale smoke hits you just as you enter the building - thanks to a smoking lounge conveniently located on the second level. Hotel wifi is a total joke and not to be relied upon. Hotel includes restricted wifi with your room rate and asks ridiculous payment for slight improvement. In my experience even budget accommodations provide this service infinitely better. Overall, this is a stuffy hotel situated for the stuffy traveler. Sounds of enjoyment or laughter are non-existent in common areas, which speaks volumes. Call yourself luxury, and pay for memberships in luxury hotel associations all you want - it doesn't make it so.
breakfast was limited vs. other LHW hotels
The Grand Hotel Wien is located in the heart of Vienna, Austria just steps from the State Opera House in Ringstrasse. The elegant hotel was built according to plans by renowned architect Carl Tietz and first opened it's doors on May 10th 1870. Guests at the time could enjoy such luxuries as a telegraph office, steam powered elevators, and 300 rooms with 200 fabulously appointed bathrooms. Johann Strauss even celebrated his 50-year jubilee at the hotel in 1894.
In 1945 The Grand Hotel Wien shut its doors due to the occupation of Russian troops for 10 years and then to the International Atomic Energy Agency who used it for their headquarters until 1989.
After a 100 million Euro renovation the hotel was reopened on July 14th 1994 with a total of 300 rooms and suites for guests to choose from. All rooms are equipped with antique furniture, flat screen TV, beautiful textiles, and large marble bathrooms with double vanities. The Presidential suite features a grand dining room with open fireplace, spacious master bedroom with a canopy bed, large living room with balcony, and a marble bathroom with separate shower and whirlpool tub.
Guests have 7 dining options located in the hotel which offer 24-hour room service. Diners can enjoy a variety of cuisines including Arabic, Japanesse, and traditional Vinasse. Unkai features Teppan-Yaki grills as well as a traditional Kimono service. Le Ciel has been awarded a Michelin star and affords guests a roof top view of Vienna. Yalla features shish kebabs and freshly prepared shawarma sandwiches right from the grill.
The Grand Hotel Wien has a glittering past with 140 years of tradition and luxury.
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Grand Hotel Wien is located at Kaerntner Ring 9 in Innere Stadt, 0.8 km from the centre of Vienna. Wiener Staatsoper is the closest landmark to Grand Hotel Wien.
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Grand Hotel Wien.
Yes, Grand Hotel Wien offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Grand Hotel Wien does not offer free parking.
No, Grand Hotel Wien does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Grand Hotel Wien is 17.2 km from Vienna Intl. Grand Hotel Wien is 62.1 km from Bratislava - M. R. Štefánik.
Yes, Grand Hotel Wien is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Grand Hotel Wien does not have a pool on-site.