Like the decadent chocolates that inspire its experiences and décor, The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna offers a luxury hotel experience that is both indulgent and familiar. Set within four historic palaces, the five star hotel in Vienna blends Renaissance, baroque and gothic influences.
With modern amenities including Atmosphere Rooftop Bar & Lounge overlooking the city a Guerlain Spa and the longest pool, at 18 meters, in Vienna, Austria. This Ritz Carlton property is particularly special and a favourite of Tom Cruise who stayed at the hotel for the premiere of Mission Impossible last summer. We assume Mr. Cruise naturally took the most luxurious suite in the hotel with 19th century charm and contemporary interior with connecting rooms options for his entourage. We are of course talking about The Presidential Suite.
The Ritz Carlton, Vienna’s Dstrikt Steakhouse is an absolute must when in Vienna, meat and local produce lovers can enjoy the best selection of Austrian meat cooked on a charcoal grill and served with delicious side dishes prepared from local products such as sautéed young spinach or cheese Spaetzle.
Living the meat loving culture at the Vienna City Centre restaurant, you may even choose between twelve different steak knives, each one telling its own story. Beer from local microbreweries is another highlight adding to the ultimate Austrian dining experience.