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"Effortlessly chic hotel centrally located in Vienna’s cultural heart"

Need to know

    • 63 rooms and suites
    • Vienna, Austria
    • Centrally located near the museum quarter of Neubau

We love

  • The 20 metre luxury pool with crystal chandeliers reflecting into the water.
  • Spa area includes a sun meadow which is free to use during your stay at the hotel.
  • Beautifully furnished bathroom with upscale cosmetics.

Top Secret

The hotel’s cocktail bar houses an exquisite selection of champagne brands and best vintages. There is a choice of over 60 different kinds of champagne which can be sampled on the first Thursday of every month at the hotel’s guided champagne tasting.


The Hotel was built in 1872, originally called “Zum großen Zeisig“ which housed the 1858 premiere of Johann Strauss’s musical performance “Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka”. It was acquired and renovated by the Sans Souci Group in August 2010 who took great care to preserve the beautiful architectural delights of the original building.

The Review

The Bohemian Neubau district of Vienna is home to some of Austria’s most revered and essential museums. The Natural History Museum sits alongside the world renowned History of Art Museum in thoroughly opulent buildings with glorious baroque facades. And yet, as we walked the short distance through the Museum quartier to the hotel, it was still impossible not to be impressed by the Sans Souci. Designed by London Studio yoo, their sophisticated interpretation of urban living has lead to a subtle but luxurious environment in which one can fully relax. Outside, the imposing 19th century building is tastefully illuminated against the night sky. Inside, the foyer sets the tone for the rest of the hotel: light, elegant and refined, with marble flooring and a contemporary chandelier as the centerpiece.

The influence of yoo is felt again in the individually designed rooms. Our generously sized suite was light and


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