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What We Love

  • Cool design by Sir Terence Conran (it's his first hotel)
  • iMacs in the Superior and Deluxe rooms, plus free WiFi
  • Collio restaurant’s northern Italian cuisine?

What To Know

  • Dine alfresco in the courtyard garden
  • Furniture by big name designers including Philippe Starck, Wittmann and Minotti
  • The fitness center is petite

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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Overview

Historic coach house turned hip hotel in downtown Vienna designed by Sir Terence Conran

The Look

Housed in a 300-year-old former coach house, Hotel Das Triest is Sir Terence Conran’s very first foray into hotel design. The original vaulted ceilings are still on show but the legendary designer’s unmistakable style is evident throughout — think contemporary interiors, expert workmanship and stunning lighting. Chrome finishes and leather banquettes feel current and cool, while crawling ivy and potted plants lend a classic, warm and inviting welcome.

Bed and Bath

Each of the 72 rooms are decked out in sleek furnishings from the likes of Philippe Starck, Wittmann and Minotti. Bedrooms are minimal, with low platform beds, wood furnishings, soft lighting and personal iMacs (in the Superior and Deluxe rooms). B&O flatscreens feature in the Junior Suites and Suites. All the artwork was created by locals, and some of the rooms come with their own terraces or private gardens. Clean white bathrooms are stocked with Molton Brown toiletries.

Beyond

Breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails can be taken in the tranquil inner courtyard and garden, which is surrounded by 30-year-old olive trees and fragrant rosemary bushes (it’s open from 8 a.m. till 11 p.m.). Or you can dine at Collio, the hotel’s northern Italian restaurant. In colder months the Silver Bar is a Deco-style spot with leather banquettes and chrome tables where an expert mixologist concocts champagne cocktails and martini specials.

How to Get There

Hotel Das Triest
Wiedner Hauptstrasse 12
Vienna, 1040 Austria

Reviews

Beautiful Vienna
IanW144

We have just returned from a weekend in Vienna. Beautiful City and this hotel is a Jem!
For us, is was perfect in every way. It is located in the centre close to everything. It is 100m from the tram stop. We used the “CAT” from the airport and underground. Easy and cheap.
The staff were helpful and friendly and the rooms were lovely. The bathroom was large with copious amounts of hot water for the shower and bath. Good hairdryer and toiletries.
The breakfast choice and quality was as good as we’ve ever had.
This hotel is classed as 4 star on some sites and 5 on others. I’d go with either!!! Highly recommended and the hotel ensured our stay and visit was a total success !!

Amazing 3 night break
cuteiain

Well. What can I say about this hotel.
One word really.
AMAZING.
Lovely clean hotel. Staff are just lovely. Friendly. And all speak fluent English.
Shower is fierce and will masaage your back perfectly. Lol. Though you can turn it down. Hehe
Room is comfortable and all amenities catered for.
Breakfast. Perfect. Cooked. Cold. Continental.
Go and visit Vienna. And stay here. Hotel is perfectly situated to explore the city. 5 minutes walk from Karlsplatz station. On the U4 line.
Took us 30 mins airport to hotel.
Pic is view from our hotel window.

Room for Improvement
Mark2606

This hotel is in a good location with easy access to the city centre and most of the main sights.
We found the staff to be quite to the point and not especially helpful, might just be the culture and not the hotel.
My main concern was that upon check in, the form that I was given to sign, had my name but someone elses details on, ie date of birth, address, contact number etc. Not only is this a breach of GDPR regulations, but most certainly not what I expect to find from a five star hotel. The fact that the receptionist didn't seem concerned and just told me to change what was incorrect gives me the impression that this happens frequently.
Having said that, the room was comfortable but basic. Breakfast was tasty with a good choice and Porto bar was very nice to spend some relaxing time in.
The bottle of Prosecco given to us to celebrate an anniversary was a very nice touch.
Overall, lots of potential but just needs improvement in certain areas.