"The Bristol Hotel, which was visited for two days, is one of the legendary luxury hotels in the country and even in Europe. Since its opening in 1892, countless celebrities have left their footprints and attracted cultural elites from all over the world. Russian composer Anton Rubinstein, Italian composer Puccini, West City story creator Leonard Bernstein, US President Roosevelt, Prince of Wales Charles, United Nations Secretary-General Annan, Paul McCartney and others have also stayed here. The location of the hotel is also very good, across the street is the Vienna State Opera, a few minutes walk to the Vienna Golden Hall, shopping streets, subway stations and tram stops are within easy reach. As for the room, although the area is not large, but the hardware and software are really not simple, the kung fu is in the details, it feels very comfortable, the hotel also has a small gift for the guests, very intimate [jumping] plus the room Under the celebrity effect, the environment for morning dining is very elegant, the ingredients are carefully selected, and the protocol is also very professional, so the overall experience is very good, although the price is not low, but it is still worth to feel ."
"I did not want to book the Imperial Hotel, so I chose this nearby hotel with a long history. Many celebrities have stayed. Each floor of the hotel is decorated differently, and bullet holes are left on the handrails of the stairs. Breakfast is very rich and the dining environment is good. The hotel location is super good, the subway station is just outside, the opera house, the golden hall and other sights are within walking distance."
"Great location in central Vienna. The hotel's breakfast is rich and the entire hotel is extravagant. It is a completely historical museum, making you feel like you are in the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the 19th century. Many historical figures have stayed here. It is really worth the hotel."