Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna is a listed, historic landmark, originally built for the World Exhibition in 1873. Living history meets modern lifestyle, which is also reflected in the architecture: Historic elements and contemporary design fuse with simple lines and clear colours. The 5-star-superior hotel offers 152 luxurious rooms and suites. In addition, two restaurants, a cigar lounge, a lobby lounge, a spa and fitness area and conference facilities await the guests in the charming Palais.
The two restaurants "Die Küche Wien" and "Edvard", the Lobby Lounge & Bar as well as the Cigar Lounge offer varied culinary delights for every time of the day. The gourmet restaurant "Edvard" is awarded with one Michelin star and 17 Gault&Millau points and offers innovative Fresh Cuisine.
At Kempinski The Spa guests can relax in a hydro pool, try different kinds of saunas or enjoy a refreshing massage. The fitness area with state-of-the-art equipment is available to guests around the clock.
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Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna is located in the heart of Vienna on the Schottenring, part of the famous Ring Boulevard. Sights such as famous St. Stephen's Cathedral, the Parliament or the Town Hall Square are within a few minutes’ walk. The hotel is well connected to public transport: the U4 / U2 station Schottenring and several tram lines are in the immediate vicinity. The airport is 25 minutes by car.
Schoenbrunn Palace – former summer residence of the Habsburgs. This baroque palace complex has one of the most beautiful parks in Vienna, the oldest existing zoo in the world and the Gloriette with a view of Vienna. Spend a day at Schoenbrunn Palace and enjoy a day full of Austrian history.
Schoenbrunn Zoo – With more than 2 million visitors annually, the world's oldest zoo is one of the most popular and well-known attractions in the capital. Covering an area of 17 hectares, the zoo provides a habitat for more than 700 species of animals, some of them highly endangered. Schoenbrunn is one of the few zoos in the world to which the People's Republic of China has entrusted Great Pandas.
St. Stephen's Cathedral – The approximately 880-year-old Roman Catholic cathedral is considered a landmark of Vienna and is one of the highlights when staying in Vienna.
A Fiaker-Ride through the city – The horse-drawn carriages are just as much a part of Vienna's traditions as the Sacher cake, Wiener schnitzel or the coffee house culture.