The ultra-luxury hotel group enlisted renowned interior designer Alexander Waterworth for the project / ©Rosewood Hotels & Resorts
Guests can choose to dine al fresco on the terrace teeming with lush green plants / ©Rosewood Hotels & Resorts
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The most exclusive abode of all is the 1,800-sq-ft President’s Suite, Hoffman House, which takes its name from the great Viennese Modernist architect Josef Hoffman. Here, guests enjoy their own discrete private entrance, a sprawling eight-person dining room, and a French balcony with breathtaking views of the city.
When it comes to dining, guests are in for a treat. Up on the top floor lies Rosewood Vienna’s light, airy restaurant: The Garden Room. Guests can choose to dine al fresco on the terrace teeming with lush green plants or inside in the marble-filled main dining room. The eatery will serve an array of European culinary delights that pay tribute to Vienna, alongside a killer wine list. Afterward, finish the evening with a cocktail at the rooftop bar.
For something a bit more casual, head to Salon Aurelie on the first floor. The intimate 16-seat café is the perfect setting to while away an afternoon with a cup of coffee and a selection of delicious Viennese chocolates.
As you would expect from a Rosewood hotel, the new Vienna outpost also features a comprehensive spa complete with five treatment rooms, a hydrotherapy relaxation room and a fitness center.
Each room features a neutral color palette and is decorated with marble, brass and wood furnishings / ©Rosewood Hotels & Resorts
Waterworth has effortlessly mixed modern and historic details to create cozy interiors that nod to the city’s past / ©Rosewood Hotels & Resorts
Rosewood Vienna is currently accepting reservations. Rates start from €700 (approx. $737) per night.
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