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Vienna Hotels

Das Triest


  • Lovely courtyard garden
  • Famed bar
  • Quiet surroundings


  • A bit out of the hub

Updated 08/26/2014

Fodor's Review

Transformed by Sir Terence Conran into an ultrasleek ocean liner, this design hotel was once a postal-coach station on the route between Vienna and the Italian port city of Trieste; the original cross vaulting remains in the lounges and in some suites. Otherwise the interior and furnishings are tasteful and subdued. In the rooms, beige-on-beige fabrics are offset by glowing pine wall-size headboards. Blue carpeting and honey-hued woods radiate elegance and comfort, and

even the doorknobs feel good to the touch. The hotel also allures with an excellent Austro-Italian restaurant, Collio. Das Triest may be a bit off the beaten track, but is still within easy walking distance of the city center.

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Hotel Information


Wiedner Hauptstrasse 12, Vienna, A-1040, Austria

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Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 56 rooms, 16 suites
  • Breakfast

Updated 08/26/2014

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By Steven

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Dec 3, 2004

a great experience

I stayed last week at DAS TRIEST and I have to say, that I had fantastic room, great big bathroom with fantastic amenities. extremly friendly but easy going service. very good italian food and the best barkeeper I ever met. I have to say, overall, I can understand why all the rock and popstars are staying is not like staying in a hotel, it is a little bit like staying with friends. I will def. come back!!!

By Brian

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Nov 29, 2003

Cramped rooms and unacceptable charges

The hotel tries to pretend it's high on style and offers some unique design hotel experience. The rooms are in fact extremely cramped and the window is a narrow slit at the top. So to see out you have to stand on a chair. The room is very small and the location is several blocks from anything you want to see. The hotel also decided to charge an extra 60 euros a day because I had a guest stay with me.

By Sally

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May 16, 2002

Snob Appeal or Service Challenged?

Stayed here in April 2002 and can't figure out if the service is trendy SoHo-like snobbishness (I'm a NY'er), Austrian reserve or a plain old lack of good service (except in the restaurant which had great food and great service). About 4 blocks off the beaten path but everything's walkable from here. Rooms are nice, big bathroom. Front desk needs people skills.

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