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User Reviews (18 Reviews)
- Hotel Sacher WienMember ofFoodiesBackpackersNightlife Lovers+ 1Oct 19, 2013
Though a bit uppity for many grungy backpackers' tastes, the Hotel Sacher's cafe is a great place to spend whiling away a late afternoon in Vienna. In the summer, hotel staff opens foldaway windows allowing visitors to dine on a lovely outdoor terrace. The hotel is home to the original Sachertorte (a delicious chocolate cake). Order this and the best cup of coffee you will ever drink in your life. My wallet may have been a little lighter by the time I left, but my stomach was thoroughly happy.
- Hotel Sacher WienMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersWellness+ 1Feb 04, 2013
The best place in Vienna where you can have the Original Sacher Torte.
There is a bar where you can get a coffee and a slice of cake or even buy it to take away. It's a must when you are in London.
In the hotel you can find a very traditional restaurant where you can eat your Wiener Schnitzel in a old-fashioned room full of portraits of Kaisers and Princes...
- Hotel Sacher WienMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 13Nov 14, 2012
I haven't stayed at this 5-star hotel, but their restaurant is fantastic. It is particularly famous for their house specialty the sachertorte, a chocolate cake with apricot filling, which goes great with an espresso or capuccino. The hotel also has a nice art gallery, and was once the home of the famous Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi
- Hotel Sacher WienMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 2First to ReviewOct 02, 2012
Establishment founded in 1876 by Eduard Sacher and subsequently relieved by his widow, Anna Sacher, was under the direction of the latter, when the hotel began to gain fame and prestige among the aristocracy of Europe. Thanks to this hotel boom began to transcend the benefits of an original recipe that had been cooking since its founding, it was of course the cake Sacher.
The place exudes that spirit aristocratic s late. Nineteenth and early s. XX, from the dress of their employees to the decor of the rooms.
accesses a hall is not too big and perhaps somewhat overloaded in terms of decoration, it will offer different types of cakes, but predominantly the candy that gives fame world.
Served, as in the other places visited, with cream and a glass of water, excellent chocolate and a soft layer of jam accompanying a sponge cake.
Very difficult to issue a verdict on the best Sachertorte City Vienna, we can say that the historical struggle between Demel Patisserie Sacher Hotel and when appropriate the property of the recipe markedly reflected in the excellent final product that we offer.
So the best you can to decide the winner do is go and try ... or go back and try ...Recommended for:History Buffs
- Hotel Sacher WienJul 05, 2012
You have to go to Cafe Sacher and eat the famous torte, if only to say that you have tried it. Once through the inevitable line outside, the whole experience is lovely, with beautiful menus, fancy Viennese coffee, and uber-classy decor. It's just what you imagined Vienna would be.
- Hotel Sacher WienJul 05, 2012
I will try not to mention the Sacher torte here :) OK, impossible. Well in brief, if you have the means to stay at this hotel you won't probably ever regret the lots of money spent. I can confirm that the hotel is uber luxurious even more now after many rooms went through a refreshing renovation and are just as spectacular as it gets, with large marble bathrooms and relaxing color tones from lime green to royal yellow! Loved the complimentary set of little pastries and fruits in the room. It could also happen that you meet some celebrity here as documented by walls full of pictures of famous people who were sleeping here, from emperors to actors or opera singers. If you're staying at the hotel do wander through their salons, each has a history, a certain atmosphere and a lot of bright velvet covered walls and cracking wooden floors. Of course they are famous for their signature cake which is also served at breakfast. But if you can't afford sleeping here, the 3 cafes (Cafe Sacher, Sacher Stube and the more modern Sacher corner - pay a visit to the first two) will settle your curiosity and appetite at a reasonable price. Yes, the Sacher torte served with a typical Austrian cafe, the melange (coffee, milk and whipped cream) are a must here.
- Hotel Sacher WienMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 1Jul 05, 2012
I went here only for trying the original Sacher torte so I cannot give any advice about rooms. However the hotel is really elegant and amazing. The famous sacher torte is something you won't forget once you have tried it. There are also very small sacher torte to go. Fantastic.
Outstanding!983 reviews across the web.
- Guests recommend this as a luxury hotel.
- Guests recommend this hotel for a romantic getaway.
- Hotel100% thought it was clean.
- Ambiance97% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
- Service95% found the staff to be very friendly.
- Food92% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
- Location92% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
- Bar and Beverages91% loved the hot beverages.
About Hotel Sacher Wien:
Dining options at Hotel Sacher Wien include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include a sauna, a fitness facility, and a steam room. The property's full service health spa has
There are 152 guestrooms at Hotel Sacher Wien. Bathrooms feature handheld showerheads. They also offer phones, makeup/shaving mirrors, and designer toiletries. In addition to complimentary newspapers, guestrooms offer direct dial phones with voice mail. Televisions have satellite channels. Air conditioned rooms also include desks, minibars, blackout drapes/curtains, and welcome amenities. Guests may request hypo allergenic bedding, extra towels/bedding, and wake up calls. A nightly turndown service and housekeeping are available. Cribs (infant beds) and rollaway beds are available on request.