Park Hyatt Vienna Slated for 2013

The Park Hyatt brand is making its way to one of Europe's finer capital cities: Vienna. Come 2013, the Park Hyatt Vienna will be located in the city’s Innere Stadt, or First District. The hotel is being created within an historic building, a former bank building. The hotel is  one of 14 Park Hyatt hotels under development worldwide. Park Hyatt Vienna, upon opening, will become the seventh Park Hyatt hotel in Europe and the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Austria.

Park Hyatt Vienna will feature 143 rooms, including 35 suites. In addition to an all-day dining restaurant, lobby and cigar lounges, and a hotel bar, the hotel will include a meeting facility with expansive conference space, a fitness center and a spa. We also hear it will house a 16,000-square-foot Prada store. It's being designed by architects Neumann & Partners with interior design by FG Stijl.

Situated on Am Hof, one of Vienna’s largest squares within the First District, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2001, Park Hyatt Vienna will be located in the heart of the most exclusive shopping district in Vienna and within walking distance of the city's famous Opera House. 

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