New Melia Hotel Located in Austria's Tallest Skyscraper

Innsbruck Austria
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Melia Hotels International, with a portfolio of more than 350 hotels in 30 countries, recently launched the new hotel Melia Vienna

Located in the heart of Danube City, the hotel is a true architectural marvel, offering a unique hotel experience in Austria’s tallest skyscraper. Melia Vienna occupies 18 of the building’s 58 floors, offering impressive views. The hotel first opened its doors in February.

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There are 253 guest rooms inclusive of 14 design suites boast floor-to-ceiling windows with integrated glass elements that can be opened. Key room features include king DreaMax mattresses, complimentary WiFi, IP interactive televisions, Nespresso coffee machines, rain showers and more.

Rooms are offered in the following categories: Meliá Guest Room, Premium Guest Room, Family Room, The LEVEL Suite, Junior Suite, Master Suite and Presidential Suite. Accessible via private elevator, the 2,150-square-foot Presidential Suite’s exceptional design is complemented by a stunning 180-degree view of Vienna with a separate living and sleeping area, kitchenette, boardroom and lounge for 10 people, home movie theater with a 72-inch LED T.V. and a lavish bathroom with sauna, infinity tub and a double rain shower.


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