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As you know, “Condé Nast Traveler” is one of the best magazines in the world. Every tip and advice given by this magazine is gold.
Condé Nast Travelerr has just revealed the “Gold list” for 2014. What is the “Gold list”? It’s a selection of the world’s best places to stay. “Interior Design Magazines” is going to report to you some of the best hotels that are featured in the precious “Gold List”.
If you are planning a trip to Austria, more especificly in Vienna, pay attention to this article about the Hotel Sacher Vienna .
Hotel Sacher Vienna is one of the world’s great luxury hotels in one of Europe’s most culturally significant cities: the birthplace of psychoanalysis and a city of musicians, artists, philosophers and architects.
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“Charming and with an excellent location,” this “very nice, old-world hotel” opened in 1876 across from the Vienna State Opera and was once a meeting place for Austrian nobility and still remains among Viena’s elites.
Son of Franz Sacher, founder of the hotel, considered the creator of the world famous Sacher torte in 1832, the chocolate cake that is a hallmark of the hotel, at Café Sacher, although this cake can now be bought in any café. The genuine Sacher torte are in Hotel Sacher Vienna’s in glassed-in terrace which transforms into an open sidewalk café during the summer.
Hotel Sacher Vienna provides the highest standard of comfort, superb service and every modern technology and amenity that our guests from all around the world need. Not surprisingly, this charming Viennese Hotel has been hosting luminary guests—John F. Kennedy, the royals of Monaco, composer Leonard Bernstein—since 1876.
Hotel Sacher Vienna common areas, including three traditional restaurants, are complimented by modern rooms outfitted with antiques, original artwork, and spacious bathrooms. In addition to a variety of La Prairie treatments, the spa offers a decadent chocolate experience in homage to the hotel’s storied past.
“Exceptional accommodations” are decorated with antique furniture, original oil paintings, and silk wall coverings, while select suites on the top floors have private roof terraces. Updated rooms have iPod docking stations and flat-screen televisions.
If you’re planning a trip to Vienna, Hotel Sacher Vienna is really an amazing and luxurious place to stay and it deserves to be featured in “Condé Nast Traveler’s “Gold List”.
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