Honeymoon Spot: Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna

Sometimes a really posh hotel is all you need to make your honeymoon a blast. If Vienna is one of the cities you’ve shortlisted in your travel plans, you may want to check out Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna. The recently opened hotel was originally designed as a hotel for the 1873 World Exhibition by Theophil Edvard von Hansen and Heinrich Förster, and it has taken more than 140 years for the building to be restored to its original intended use.

Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna exteriorPalais Hansen Kempinski Vienna exterior

Follow us as we take you on a virtual tour of this historical building.

Rooms

Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna suite

The heritage-listed Renaissance Revival-style building accommodates 152 rooms and suites, and each room is equipped with the latest TV entertainment systems and an iPad. This means that on days you’d like to take things slow, you can simply relax in the comfort of the room while you make use of the advanced technology to stay connected.

Spa

Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna spa

Remember to book an appointment at Kempinski The Spa, located at the Palais Hansen’s historical mezzanine level. Equipped with six treatment rooms,  you’ll get to enjoy treatments inspired by the seasons of the year, administered using Elemental Herbology products and anti-aging cosmetics by Daniele de Winter. Featuring Ottoman influenced design, several saunas, a steam room, a hydropool and a gym complete the 8600 square foot Kempinski The Spa’s comprehensive list of amenities.

Dining in

Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna dining

The hotel features two restaurants and two bars, including the Lobby Lounge Bar, which offers the Vienna Afternoon Tea, a Viennese culinary experience that you shouldn’t miss. You should also dine at “Die Küche”, an open-kitchen concept restaurants that offers breakfast in a casual farmers’ market atmosphere and a dinner menu inspired by traditional grandmothers’ recipes for relaxed dining.

Going out

St. Stephen's Cathedral

Thanks to the location (it’s situated in the heart of Vienna), the hotel allows you to access key parts of the city easily. Sights like the Burgtheater, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Sigmund Freud Museum or the Rathausplatz square are only a few minutes walk away. There are also jogging trails stretch along the nearby Donaukanal that you and your other half can check out.

For more information and reservations, please visit www.kempinski.com/wien, or email reservations.vienna@kempinski.com.

Prices for one night in a double room with breakfast start at EUR265 for two guests.

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