Has it ever crossed your mind, when you visit a historical landmark, building or street, what might have took place right where you were standing? Built on so much history, culture and art, most architecture are intact, leaving the place with a soul and almost a heart beat. That’s Vienna. A soul that has re-lived its moment over and over again and always repeating itself…in every corner, in every heart of a building. Vienna isn’t just a city, it’s a feeling you carry forever in your heart.
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10 Things you did not know about
The Ritz-Carlton in Vienna
Fact 1 In the 19th century, several splendid palaces were built by wealthy citizens and royalty, including the Adels Casino, Palais Ötzelt, Palais Gutmann and Palais Borkenstein, which were joined together and today, form The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna.
Fact 2 From Mid-November to the 24th of December, Vienna´s most historic places turn into magical Christmas markets that will spoil visitors with traditional Austrian food and handcrafted gifts. At The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna you will find the highest Christmas Market of the City
Fact 3 The Ritz-Carlton Vienna are amongst the largest deluxe rooms in the city of Vienna.
Fact 4 The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna offers 202 charmingly appointed guest rooms and suites with views over the city or into a serene courtyard, including:
There are also some rooms overlooking “Beethovenpark” where you can discover the famous Beethoven’s statute.
Fact 5 There is an original historical piece of art (it is an original fireplace) at the hotel of the arc of NoahThe depiction of the Arc of Noah can be found in the 4th floor foyer above the original fireplace and is made out of a wood carving sculpture
Fact 6 A Spa therapy menu features signature treatments such as the Vienna Chic massage, which uses musical waltz rhythms
Fact 7 Boutique Spa, featuring six treatment rooms, each with its own bathroom, and two couples treatment rooms offering relaxation within glamorous surroundings
Fact 8 Palais Gutmann, formerly owned by the Gutmann coal-mining family, is now known as the museum part of The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna and remains in its original layout
Fact 9 The infinity symbol can be found everywhere along the Ring Boulevard. This sign was consequently used because the former Imperial Habsburg Family wanted to demonstrate the infinity of its monarchy by the use of the meander symbol.
Fact 10 The indoor hotel swimming pool is amongst the largest in the city, which is unique for its underwater music.