Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere takes brand into Austria 15 hours ago
Hyatt Hotels has opened Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere, marking the brand’s entry into Austria.
Located in the new Quartier Belvedere, the property is the fourth Andaz branded hotel in Europe, joining Andaz London Liverpool Street, Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht and the recently opened Andaz Munich Schwabinger Tor.
Launched in 2007 and designed to stimulate the senses through distinctively local experiences, the Andaz brand continues to grow with intent across the world.
Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere is inspired by Austria’s grand historic personality and the man behind the iconic Belvedere Palace, prince Eugene of Savoy.
Showcasing contemporary art and design, the hotel will offer every guest a unique experience by immersing them into the local Viennese culture.
“We are thrilled to welcome curious travellers to our hotel and to this beautiful city, known for its high quality of life, imperial palaces and exceptional art,” said Gözde Eren, general manager of Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere.
“The property offers a new type of luxury accommodation for guests who seek to satiate their curiosity, delivering unforgettable, immersive Austrian experiences that allow you to feel like a local.”
The hotel’s location offers easy access to historical landmarks, including the Belvedere Palace and the Botanical Gardens.
Only a short walk away from Vienna’s main train station, guests can create their own unique adventures by exploring the new city district Quartier Belvedere and its peaceful green surroundings.
Renowned architect Renzo Piano and interior designers Claudio Carbone and Gabriel Kacerovsky collaborated on the project, which incorporates the art and design of Austria’s capital city throughout the hotel.
They also drew inspiration from prince Eugene of Savoy, one of the leading developers and art collectors of his time.
As a result, Viennese art and a twist on local culture are found throughout the property, from the decorations in each guestroom to the dishes served in the restaurant.
The hotel is comprised of two separate buildings connected by interwoven bridges, sharing a spacious lobby lounge on the ground floor.
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