Situated in Vienna’s renowned Innere Stadt, or First District, and the new Goldenes Quartier at the square Am HOF, this superb new luxury Park Hyatt hotel occupies a listed 100-year-old building that formerly served as the headquarters of Bank Austria Creditanstalt and forms part of Vienna’s First District, as it is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Park Hyatt Vienna is located in the heart of the most exclusive shopping district in Vienna, just steps away from the celebrated fashion houses and boutiques of Kohlmarkt, and within easy walking distance of the city’s famous opera house, other important sights, historic monuments and museums.
True to the Park Hyatt brand, this five-star luxury hotel reflects the intimate and understated elegance of the Park Hyatt brand, making it the ideal place to stay for both business and leisure travellers. Park Hyatt Vienna features 143 generously sized guest rooms, including 35 suites. Its guest rooms are amongst the largest in the city, ranging in size from 40 sq m to 170 sq m.
Park Hyatt Vienna offers a variety of recreational outlets designed to appeal to both hotel guests and local residents. Enjoy gourmet cuisine at the historically restored hotel restaurant, afternoon tea in the lounge, a cocktail or drink at the cigar lounge or a light lunch or snack at the bar with outdoor terrace seating. For leisure, guests can retreat into the tranquil sanctuary of the hotel spa and indulge in a selection of body treatments and massages. Alternatively, guests can visit the hotel fitness centre or indoor swimming pool for exercise.
To meet the requirements of business or social events, Park Hyatt Vienna has 640 sq m of premier meeting space, which is able to cater to all occasions, from a boardroom meeting to a large cocktail reception, in beautifully refurbished, historical spaces. All meeting rooms are equipped with the latest technology and are perfectly suited for presentations, exhibitions, fashion shows and cultural events.
Park Hyatt Vienna is the first Hyatt hotel in Austria.