Philharmoniker Str.4, Vienna, Austria
"There are no disadvantages except expensive! The hotel is a century-old brand. Whether it is the building itself, the decoration and decoration of the hotel, the facilities can see the brand of history, but it does not affect its charm. The service desk and Lobby are not big, even can be said to be very small, the front desk is The old "counter" we can't see at home. If it is in the country, it is absolutely not allowed to exist, haha, must be dismantled into a tall! Going over, I went back and said: I was originally staying at 12 o'clock. We arrived at 10 o'clock and wanted to check in and then save the luggage. I didn't expect it to be Lucky. The beauty of the room was ready and the beauty that helped us to go can be directly checked in. After we have finished, take us directly to the room, through the small hallway full of celebrity photo walls, take a small elevator that is also full of celebrity photo walls, and after entering the room, it is a typical old European style, but because the room is big The bed, the beauty that took us to the room, said nothing to help us check if there is a twin room, the second lucky one is and can be changed immediately! Oh, when the baggage enters the hotel, someone picks it up (not following you, you don’t have to take it anymore). After you check in, you will be sent to you again. For afternoon tea, if you need to go to the Sacher Cafe, you will go straight through the hotel restaurant, without having to line up, and be taken directly to your seat. However, based on the unlimited supply of Sacher cake at breakfast, you don't have to go to special afternoon tea, but you have the habit of having afternoon tea. The breakfast is really very rich and very good quality, self-service plus a single point combination, want to eat what the buffet table does not have to see the menu. There are a lot of courteous gentlemen and ladies in the guests. The whole hotel gives the impression that time is a good mark! By the way, the location is 5 minutes away from the Stephen's Cathedral in the core business district, surrounded by a variety of big-name small cards, Swarovski crystal flagship store is right at the hotel and go straight for 2 minutes to arrive (people have to buy cabbage ). Hofburg, the Opera House, and the Golden Hall are also around the hotel. Metro M4, M1, M2 go out at the hotel through a small street (2 minutes, 1 minute will pass the Vienna royal dessert brand Gerstner), central coffee also Near the hotel. In a word, the traffic and location are also completely up to the price of the hotel. The only thing that can spit is that there is no cafe machine in the room. The waiter who had sent the baggage said that it would be sent later. As a result, after we went back to the afternoon, we didn’t even have it. We didn’t send the two calls. Going back there is still no, and then send a call before sending it. And there is no welcome fruit from start to finish. The most outrageous thing is that no one answered the phone at the front desk. After many redials, it was hard to pick up the color, haha."
"The breakfast was great and there were many flavors of cheese! Tasting the Sacher cake, I have to say that the cream is great! The waiting room and the green restaurant are super beautiful, and the red restaurant is unfortunately booked. The service is very good, you can put the key, and when you come back, you can quickly recognize which room the customer is, but the waiter is still a little less. When checking in, wait for a quarter of an hour, no one at the front desk, or bring other customers."
"Hotel Sacher is definitely the first hotel in Austria. Many art exhibitions and wall-filled photos are telling his glorious history of 100 years. The experience of 3 days is impeccable. The dissatisfaction of the room can make you feel satisfied. Of course, the upgrade is necessary. Adding money~ The most important thing is service and feeling. After living in so many hotels, Sahe's service is deeply rooted in people's hearts!"