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Palais Coburg, Vienna
|Coburgbastei 4, 1010, Vienna, Vienna Federal State, AUSTRIA.|
Description: Palais CoburgThe Palais Coburg Hotel is housed in the former palace of Duke Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha. Built in 1840 by the architect Karl Schleps, the Palais Coburg Hotel has a Neo-Classical façade with imposing freestanding columns forming the central section.
The Palais Coburg was completely restored and refurbished in 2003 to provide a luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Vienna. The Palais Coburg Hotel contains 35 luxury suites, 9 magnificent function rooms, a gourmet restaurant, exclusive bar, garden pavilion and a spa.
The Palais Coburg Hotel works under the guiding philosophy of preserving the past, shaping the future: history and modernity are seamlessly brought together to create an exceptional hotel in the historic centre of Vienna, Austria.
Type of rooms: Palais CoburgThe Palais Coburg Hotel contains 35 luxury suites with an average size of 100m2. Every suite has been individually decorated and named after one of the historic figures associated with the Saxe-Coburg & Gotha family.
All suites feature: separate entrance, living and sleeping areas, fully-equipped kitchen with minibar, luxurious bathroom, separate WC, Individual air-conditioning control, PC with standard office programs, internet access and intranet for the services offered by the hotel, TV in living and bedrooms, DVD/CD-player and own video channels.
Imperial: The magnificent Imperial Suites are located on the second floor with generous living-room, a large terrace with a view over the Palais gardens and the City Park, bedroom, bathroom, in some instances with a whirlpool bath and sauna, a luxurious kitchen and a guest WC. Furnishings are in the Empire style or Directoire style.
Palais: The Palais Suites are on the first and second floors with views over the Palais gardens. They offer a living area, bedroom, bathroom, in some instances with a whirlpool bath or an extra-large tub, well-appointed kitchen and guest WC. The furnishings are in the 18th century French and Italian style (Louis XVI/Directoire).
City: The City Suites are on the first and third floors with views over the old city centre. They include a living room, bedroom, luxurious bathroom, kitchen and guest WC. The furnishings are in cherry wood.
Modern: The Modern suites are situated on the third and attic floor with views over the rooftops. They have a contemporary design and are named after their main feature: Loft, Penthouse, Wintergarten (Conservatory) and Patio.
Additional information: Palais Coburg
Restaurant: The Restaurant Coburg serves gourmet international cuisine created by 2002 Cook of the Year, Christian Petz.
The Coburg Wine Bistro serves breakfast, delicious light meals, and a range of fine wines either in the Bastion Bar or in the Garden Pavilion.
Wellness: The Palais Coburg features an exclusive spa area located on the rooftop with fully equipped gym, sauna, steam-bath, whirlpool, counter-current indoor pool and dedicated sun-terrace.
Events: The Palais Coburg contains nine different events venues with a total floor space of 2,300 m², including impressive ceremonial rooms, the Coburg Vaults exhibition spaces and the Johann Strauss Concert Hall.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.
Private parking is possible on site (reservation is needed) and costs EUR 40.00 per day.
Number of rooms: 34
Official category: 5 stars.
Year of establishment and/or latest refurbishment: 1840/2003.
Period of closure: Open all year.
Languages spoken: Austrian German, English.Smoking policy: Non-smoking rooms.
Credit cards accepted: American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Diners Club, Maestro.
GPS Coordinates: 48° 12' 20.74'' N 16° 22' 36.14'' E
Nearest airport: Schwechat (VIE) - 16.6 km.
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