After the resounding success of Almanac Barcelona (opened 2018), the first hotel of the very young Austrian hotel group, the company is gearing up for the opening in its home city of Vienna. The soon-to-open Almanac Vienna is located on the prestigious Ringstrasse, which is arguably one of the most beautiful boulevard in the world.
Almanac Vienna, which is comprised of two heritage buildings consists of 111 accommodations, of which more than two thirds are suites. The second building is dedicated to luxury residences. A restaurant and bar will be the centre-stage of the hotel in a natural light flooded and glass enclosed courtyard which is being carefully restored as being under heritage protection.
Currently undergoing a complete renovation, when open, late 2020, Almanac Vienna will also feature a stunning indoor swimming pool (an architectural and engineering achievement) a sophisticated spa, a concept store, an Almanac speciality coffee shop and last but not least expansive meeting and events spaces. The hotel will also feature Vienna’s most impressive Presidential Suite. The restaurant will be a partnership with a world renowned Chef – with the outdoor terrace to be yet another highlight.
The Almanac Hotels project is driven by passionate luxury hotelier Jean-Paul Dantil with a previous solid career in executive positions both in Europe and the Middle East. Dantil’s visionary approach proved to be exceptionally successful especially considering the speed with which Almanac Barcelona achieved exceptionally high service standards, especially in such a competitive market. In Vienna, Almanac Vienna is likely to compete directly with the city’s leading luxury hotels, Sacher Hotel and Park Hyatt Vienna.
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