In the search of iconic hotels in Vienna, a stop at the Park Hyatt was a must. It is just a few steps away from the Golden Quartier, Vienna’s oldest square, convenient for those that really want to be central and don’t feel like walking at all to get to places! From outside, you can tell that the building used to be a bank with the columns and once you enter the lobby, you can feel it even more with the architecture. It feels like most of the original architecture has been kept the same just with more marble and fine details, giving a bold welcome to the guests. You can feel the character of the building as soon as you step in the lobby!
Because of the availability, an upgrade was possible and I ended up in a beautiful Studio style room that they call the Park Studio King! It felt like when you are a kid and want to be in the top rooms of the cabin to get the most odd ceiling in the house! Hence why it felt so homey and comfortable, I didn’t really feel like leaving the room for a few hours before hitting up the streets for a stroll.
Where is Park Hyatt Located?
The Park Hyatt is extremely central, with many bars and cafes around, which is great for evening strolls.
Dining at Park Hyatt Vienna
The Park Hyatt has the incredible “The Bank” that looks absolutely gorgeous. There is also a Rum & Cigar Lounge, called the Living Room, where you can enjoy a good few hours of your day. My personal favourite was the Cafe Am Hof, located in the ground floor area, because of its lavish Viennese coffee house style of the 19th century. The sweets are amazing and it was amazing to set myself there for over 4 hours to sip on coffee and do some work. As I saw the sun go down, I observed many professionals gather up there for a drink and desserts, but also to eat dinner. I thought to myself this place must be a trendy place for locals for people watching, meetings and happy hour!
The Park Hyatt Vienna Hotel Facilities
Park Hyatt Vienna Hotel Rooms & Rates
The Park Hyatt has 143 rooms, including 35 suites. The TV screens are discreetly hidden behind mirrors and make the decor of the room simply marvellous! Bathrooms are huge and so beautiful with the white marble. When booking the basic room at the Park Hyatt at the standard rates, you can chose wither the Park King or Twin, which are rated at €500 (~US$570) per night, including taxes and surcharges. If you book early a bigger room, which is their Park Deluxe King, you can get it at €545 (~US$625) instead of the standard price at €620 (~US$710). We stayed in a Park Studio King, at the price of €560 (~US$640) per night. These rates do not include breakfast, simply add 30 to the bill per guest and night. Check out the prices and rooms available now!
How was the stay?
The incredible central location of the Park Hyatt Vienna made us love the city even more than before. The fact that we would step out and be in the middle of all the stores, main shopping streets, cafes and restaurants made the experience even more enjoyable. Check-in was very swift and the reception was very kind to give a little tour and personal walk to the room to show the amenities that were included with the stay. What made the stay incredible was its breakfast location. The Bank makes you feel like you are in a James Bond movie with the glamorous feel of Gatsby, sipping on your delicious mimosa and coffee like you are worth billions!
Another great moment while staying at the Park Hyatt was the Café Am Hof , a great spot to chill for a few hours and get some work done while people watching when my eyes needed some rest.
Another highlight was the pool and gym. Gym had a feel of an old library. As for the pool, even though it was an indoor pool, the set up made it very special and cozy, although can’t imagine an intimate experience if there was few more guests around, luckily I had it all for myself!
The Park Hyatt Vienna Gym
If you are not a fan of discovering a lot and walking, the Park Hyatt sure will be a premium location for you to be at. Of course, if you do love your luxury hit, this place won’t miss anything in that regard.
Make sure to check it out and tell us what you think of it!
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