Home of Vienna’s famous chocolate cake, the Sacher Hotel is an iconic building in Vienna’s city centre. This is where I had the pleasure of staying for my final night in Austria. The stunning hotel, is right next to Vienna’s opera house, I’m certainly going to stay here again when I attend Vienna’s annual Opera Ball in the future.
Adorning one of the walls of the Sacher are some tablecloths bearing the embroidered signatures of famous patrons. A tradition still alive today, which was begun by Anna Sacher, who would embroider the cloth herself over the signatures.
The hotel has a café and several restaurants. I decided to have one last Weiner schnitzel on my last night in Vienna, accompanied by that amazing Viennese potato salad.
Naturally, I ended the night with a bubble bath in the marble bathroom. The bathroom plays opera music to you as you enter!
Each room is named after a famous opera, or ballet!
One is gifted a piece Sacher Torte in their room
The view from one of the suites…
…overlooking the Opera House