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Meliá International reaches new heights in Vienna

Meliá Vienna's waterfall facade
Meliá Vienna's waterfall facade
Meliá International

Meliá Vienna, the first Meliá International property in Austria opened in February 2014. Part of the Donau-City (DC) Tower, it's the largest skyscraper in Austria that soars 820 feet and overlooks the New Danube River.

The internationally renowned hotel and resort group sports 350 properties and the inclusion of the Vienna tower offers guests seventeen floors with 253 luxurious rooms.

Parisian architect Dominique Perrault’s waterfall inspired architecture shimmers and cascades over the city and the hotel’s interior reflects the façade.

Spanning seventeen of the fifty-eight floors, the hotel and restaurant provides guests a luxurious stay while the city, an energy-efficient green building. A floating spiral staircase connects the first floors, ‘The Flow’ Restaurant and Grand Ballroom.

The Hotel 57 Restaurant and Lounge is headed by Chef Siegfried Kröpfl delivers a delectable Mediterranean and internationally inspired menu. While dining, guests enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view while DJs spin a tasty selection that complements the meals. The main dish will be elegance and appeals to a posh party-goer atmosphere.

Floors four through fifteen host state-of-the-art bedrooms with cutting-edge technology, floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious living quarters. While the fourteenth floor’s private elevator access reveals the Presidential Suite, 650 square feet with a 180-degree panoramic view with the latest amenities.

Ready to mix business with pleasure, the 6,800 square feet of flexible office or meeting space includes a built-in ballroom that provides a plethora of options for creating show-stopping events and celebrations.

Whether a quick tour or leisurely stay, the centrally-located hotel is only minutes away from the historic city-center and in close proximity to the international airport.

General Manager Dorothea Schuster desires that ‘Meliá Vienna becomes an exciting point of attraction for both visitors and locals of Vienna, offering unique design, excellent service and a taste of the Mediterranean lifestyle.’

To speak to the Meliá International’s distinguished past Executive Vice President Hotels André Gerondeau, who is responsible for all 350 hotels of Meliá group, is looking forward to the first Meliá in Austria: ‘This spectacular landmark in Vienna will play a key role when it comes to our dynamic expansion and further increasing our degree of recognition on the German-speaking market, which, with its 24 hotels, is Meliá Hotels International's second biggest market in Europe after Spain.’

Meliá Vienna’s doors are now open and reservation can be arranged beginning at $135 per room. Ready to step back in time, Meliá Vienna ‘waits for you.’

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