Palais Coburg          

 Coburgbastei 4
 1010 Wien, Österreich  Wien − Austria

Member of Leading Hotels of the World

The Palais Coburg in the heart of Vienna offers culture and luxury comfort to its guests in elegant ambiance. Here it is possible to experience six centuries of building history in an architectural piece of art which was built on the former defence wall of the emperor's city, and as it was in the 19th century , the late residence of the House of Coburg-Gotha with its grand ceremonial rooms is still a venue for elegant representation. Furthermore the Palais Coburg is a place for culinary indulgence, presentation of rare wines and a house in which guests, who love the extraordinary, like to linger.

Service

Wishes are there to be fulfilled.

Concierge

Whether it is looking after children, someone to accompany you when shopping, guided tours of the city, visits, airport transfers or theater tickets: whatever your wish is, we wish to fulfill it.

As a guest of Palais Coburg, you also have access to exclusive offers such as tickets for the legendary Vienna New Year’s Concert or a visit to the Vienna Boys Choir.

Our Concierge Team at reception is always available for you. We look forward to meeting you!

Palais Coburg inclusive services

Free minibar (including juices, mineral water, beer, wine, spirits and snacks); Champagne welcome in your suite; A selection of exquisite delicacies upon arrival; Nespresso coffee and tea in the suite; Use of the Palais Coburg spa (pool, sauna, steam bath, jacuzzi, gym and treatments on request); Free internet access (WiFi or high-speed internet) in the suite and throughout the hotel; Your choice of daily newspaper.

Vault Room Service

The Palais Coburg vault room is a fully automated system with state-of-the-art security features in right the heart of Vienna. For renters the vault room’s deposit boxes are accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A complex system of locks ensures that the vault cannot be accessed by unauthorized persons. 

History

The medieval city walls of Vienna are being renovated.

The new fortifications are built in the Italian manner, whereby bastions (Bastei in Viennese) were connected with ramparts in a star-shaped formation.

The so-called Braunbastei, named after the engineer in charge, is being built where Palais Coburg now stands.

1802  Count Franz Koháry, a wealthy Hungarian aristocrat, acquires buildings on the Bastei.

1816 Prince Ferdinand von Sachsen-Coburg, son of an aristocratic family from Upper Franconia (now Germany), marries Maria Antonia Gabriele Koháry, the Count’s daughter. After her death, the Coburg dynasty becomes the owners of the house.

1840 - 1845

Prince Ferdinand, a Cavalry General in the Imperial Austrian Army, has a magnificent palace built on Braunbastei. The plans are created by the architect Karl Schleps, who is almost unknown in Vienna. After Schleps’ death, the building is constructed by the master builder Adolph Korompay.

The fact that the palace was built before the demolition of the fortifications on Braunbastei is the reason why large parts of the renaissance fortifications - particularly the casements of the former Braunbastei - have been preserved to an extent which is unique in Vienna.

The free-standing pillars of the median risalits of the neoclassical palace gave it the nickname 

“Asparagus Castle”  in local vernacular.

1851 The premieres of Johann Strauss’ works. “Albion Polka“ and “Windsor Sounds” (dedicated to Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert) are performed in Palais Coburg.

1852 August, the second son of Prince Ferdinand, and his wife Princess Clementine de Orleans (daughter of the French King) now moves into the completed palace in Vienna.

The state rooms are equipped with the insignia of the French monarchy and the  Sachsen-Coburg dynasty for the couple. Parts of the palace are adapted and rented out as apartments.

1857 Emperor Franz Josef I orders the demolition of the Vienna fortifications and has today’s Ringstraße built. 

1864 The figurative sculptures on the median risalits of Coburgbastei are completed. 

1871  The single-storey exhibition building of the Gardening Society is erected in front of the palace.

1945 - 1955  The building is damaged at the end of the Second World War by artillery shells and bombs. Russian soldiers are housed in the palace after the war. 

1955-1997 Two floors are rented to Austrian Federal Railways as offices.

1978 The last Coburg owner,Princess Sarah Aurelia, sells the palace to a realtor, who makes it into the subject of speculation.

In 1992 it was bought by the Länderbank and the Zentralsparkasse, two Austrian banks.

1997 Palais Coburg is acquired by the POK Pühringer Foundation. 

At that time, only the contours and decorative elements of the facade and parts of the stucco of the once magnificent palace remained, along with decrepit wall coverings and some gilding in the state rooms.

November 2003

After three years of planning and a further three years of reconstruction, the palace is restored to its former brilliance and reopened as a hotel.

Coburg Suites

These suites are truly grand. The hotel’s largest with an area of 128 to 165 m², the three maisonette suites impress with spacious rooms, antique furniture and garden view. Victoria and Marie Antonie also boast sun on the private terrace and heat in the private sauna.

203 Albert 

Let your stay with us take on exquisite proportions. 

Space is in excess in the largest suite in the palace, with high ceilings and delightful colours. 

Two levels. Kitchen. Spacious living area. Workroom. Separate guest area with sofa bed and bath. Antique Maria Theresa crystal chandelier. Sleeping quarters and luxurious baths on the upper level. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included 

165 square meter suite 

Albert (1819-1864), Prince Consort of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. Nephew of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

204 Victoria

Majestic

Come live with light, openness and comfort.

Two levels of royal luxury with a private terrace, sauna and exquisite antiques.

Terrace (21 square meters) with a view of the garden. Fully equipped kitchen. Dining area for up to six persons. Original Biedermeier writing table. Sleeping quarters and bath on upper level. Extra long bed. Walk-in closets. Sauna. Bathtub. Separate shower. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

136 square meter suite

Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom (1819-1901). Daughter of Victoria, Duchess of Kent, the sister of Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg, who built the palace.

 206 Maria Antonie

Magnificent

You don’t just stay in this suite, you experience it.

A showpiece suite. With sauna and a private terrace for building castles in the air.

Two levels. Terrace (21 square meters) with a view of the garden. Kitchen. Spacious dining area for up to six persons. Antique Directoire writing table. Sleeping quarters and bath on upper level. Sauna. Bathtub. Separate shower. Make-up area with vanity. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay. This suite can be connected to the adjacent bastei suite 205.

128 square meter suite 

Maria Antonia, Princess of Saxe-Coburg, née Duchess of Kohary (1797-1862). Wife of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

Bastei Suites

All good things come in threes. The three Bastei suites offer large, bright rooms with high-quality furnishings and luxurious bathrooms on an area of 113 to 138 m². Boris III and Leopold I each have two bedrooms, while the Ferdinand Suite has a private terrace on which to while away the time.

 101 Boris III

Directoire

Two bedrooms for your shared dreams.

Two bedrooms make this suite a perfect fit for families. Elegantly classic design in Directoire style.

Two levels. Own entrance area. Guest toilet. Fully equipped kitchen. Separate dining room for up to six persons. Separate workroom. Two bedrooms. Two bathrooms. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

130 square meter apartment

Boris III, Czar of Bulgaria (1894-1943). Great-grandson of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

202 Leopold I

Double

This suite has hosted the best of families.

Double or everything. Two bedrooms and two baths make this suite a perfect choice for families.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen. Dining room for up to six persons. Workroom. Antique Venetian glass chandelier. Two bedrooms on the upper level, each with its own bath. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay. This suite can be connected to the adjacent residence suite 202.

138 square meter apartment

Leopold I, King of Belgium (1790-1865). Brother of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

205 Ferdinand

Edifying

Built by Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg, made for you.

A princely lodging with terrace over looking the garden, and exquisite furnishings.

Two levels. Private terrace (31 square meters) with a view of the garden. Fully equipped kitchen. Dining area for up to six persons. Original Biedermeier secretary desk. Sleeping quarters and bath on upper level. Bathtub. Separate shower. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay. This suite can be connected with the adjacent coburg suite 206.

113 square meter suite

Ferdinand, Prince of Saxe-Coburg (1785-1851). Builder of Palais Coburg in the years 1840-1845.

Palais Suites

Diversity, your name is Palais suite. This category offers the choice between an area of 89 to 101 m², between maisonette or single-story suites, between garden or cathedral view. Also choose from a separate office, a roof terrace or a four-posted bed - whatever takes your fancy.

104 Marie Amélie

Flowing

Let the water come up to your neck in our bathtub.

Comfortable suite on the bel étage. Illuminated by a historic crystal chandelier.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen. Historic crystal chandelier. Gorgeous view of the palace garden. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Large bathtub. Separate shower. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

89 square meter suite

Marie Amélie, Princess of France, née Princess of Bourbon-Sicily (1782-1866). Wife of Louis-Philippe, King of France; mother-in-law of August Viktor, son of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg. 

207 Clementine

Luxuriant

The suite for princes and princesses and everyone who wants to become one.

Once the first inhabitant of the palace, Princess Clementine is today the namesake for the young restaurant Clementine im Glashaus and one of the most beautiful suites at Palais Coburg. 

Two levels. Kitchen. View of the palace garden. Sleeping quarters and bath on upper level. Extra long bed. Large bathtub. Separate shower. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

94 square meter suite

Clementine of Saxe-Coburg, née Princess of Orleans (1817-1907). Wife of August Viktor, son of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg. 

209 Maria Da Gloria

Glorious

Where brightness and sunlight abound.

Sunny corner position and gentle, light colours. A suite for bright spirits.

Two levels. Bright corner position with view of palace garden. Separate guest area with bedroom and own bath. Fully equipped kitchen. Separate workroom. Sleeping quarters and bath on upper level. Over-sized bathtub. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay. This suite can be connected to the adjacent residence suite 210.

96 square meter suite

Maria da Gloria, Queen of Portugal, née Princess of Braganza (1819-1853). Wife of Dom Fernando, son of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

306 Ernest I

Serious panorama

One of the most beautiful views in Vienna. We guarantee it in all earnest.

The importance of being... This classic and yet modern suite with a view of St. Stephen’s Cathedral will make your departure a sweet sorrow.

Single level. Located adjacent to the Coburg Spa. White and black decor. Kitchen. Separate living and sleeping areas. Workroom. French balcony with view of St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Luxurious bath with separate shower. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

89 square meter suite

Ernest I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1784-1844). Brother of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg. 

401 Penthouse

Attractive

The perfect suite for everyone who wants to go to the top.

With a lift opening directly into the suite and terrace directly overlooking the Inner City.

Single level. Fully equipped kitchen. Separate living and sleeping areas. Luxurious bath. Large, protected terrace (20 square meters) with breathtaking view of the Inner City and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Direct lift access. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

101 square meter apartment

Penthouse. Where St. Stephen’s tells you a bedtime story. 

402 Loft

Japanese

Wake up in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Dream in the four-poster bed while the stars twinkle through the glass roof.

Single level, no stairs. Kitchen. Three French balconies. Asian-inspired interior. Separate living and sleeping areas. Free-standing four-posted bed. Large bathtub with view of St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Partially glassed roof. Guest toilet. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

89 square meter suite 

Loft. Take in the view of the cathedral from the free-standing tub.

Residence Suites

Why just live when you can also reside? Our ten Residenz suites vary in size from 71 to 91 m². Whether in the maisonette style with cathedral or garden view, as a modern suite with terrace or in a single-storey design. Whichever you choose, you may never want to leave.

102 Ferdinand I

Decorous

One of our heavenliest suites.

Reside below gorgeous stuccowork in the former chambers of the later Czar of Bulgaria.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen. Wooden Lobmeyr chandelier. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Individual climate control. High-speed Internet. TVs in living and sleeping areas. DVD/CD player and own video channels. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

84 square meter suite

Ferdinand I, Czar of Bulgaria, born in Palais Coburg (1861-1948). Grandson of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

103 Marie Louise

Cozy

A spacious suite where you can make yourself at home and relax.

Classy design in shades of blue and yellow. An extra long bed for extra big comfort.

Two levels. Own entrance area. Superb view of the palace garden. Fully equipped kitchen. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Extra long bed. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

78 square meter suite

Marie Louise, Czarina of Bulgiaria, née Princess of Bourbon-Parma (1870-1899). Wife of Ferdinand I, a grandson of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

105 Louis Philippe

Sumptuous

Experience grandeur up close and personal. Reside with style.

Adjoining the historic staterooms, this luminous and comfortable suite is a welcoming haven.

Two levels. Located on the bel étage, directly adjacent to the staterooms. View of the palace garden. Fully equipped kitchen. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

79 square meter suite

Louis Philippe, King of the French (1773-1850). Father-in-law of August Victor, son of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg. 

202 Edward VII

Regal

Lullaby and goodnight, with King Edward bedight.

This luminous corner suite is o’er spread with luscious shades of gold and green accented by precious cherry-wood furnishings.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Individual climate control. High-speed Internet. TVs in living and sleeping areas. DVD/CD player and own video channels. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay. This suite can be connected to the adjacent bastei suite 201.

91 square meter suite

Edward VII, King of the United Kingdom (1841-1910). Great- nephew of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg. 

208 August

Illustrious

In this suite, shades of green abound even in the months from September to July.

Where light pours through tall windows to grace delicate green furnishings.

Two levels in Directoire style. Gorgeous view of the palace garden. Fully equipped kitchen. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

71 square meter suite

August, Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Kohary (1818-1881). Son of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

210 Dom Fernando

Regal

Named after the King of Portugal. Made for you.

The square of the circle. Or how a square suite unites everything you need for your well-being.

Single level, no stairs. Fully equipped kitchen. Tall windows. Spacious living area. Antique Lobmeyr chandelier. Antique French fireplace made of dark green marble. Luxurious bath. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay. This suite can be connected to the adjacent palais suite 209.

87 square meter suite

Dom Fernando, Titular King of Portugal (1816-1885). Son of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

301 Patio

Private

For everyone who likes to take solitary walks on their terrace.

Cozy kitchen, bright living areas and protected, private terrace. A suite that feels like a private apartment. 

Single level, no stairs. Protected terrace (14 square meters), with access from every room. Fully equipped kitchen. Separate living and sleeping areas. Luxurious bath. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

76 square meter apartment

Patio. For long or short stays, you will love this apartment-like suite: modern design, eat-in-kitchen and lots of light pouring in through the glass facade are enticing reasons for staying a little longer. 

303 Juliane

Bird’s-eye view

Where you get an insight into the best view.

Over the rooftops of Vienna. Best shared with your whole family.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen. French balcony. Sleeping quarters on upper level. Two living areas, each with a sofa bed. Two baths, one with a corner tub and separate shower. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

81 square meter apartment

Juliane, Grand Duchess of Russia, née Princess of Saxe-Coburg (1781-1860). Sister of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg. 

305 Luise

Soothing

A view of St. Stephen’s Cathedral to the right. To the left, a jump in the pool.

Suite directly adjacent to the Coburg Spa, with wonderful view of St. Stephen’s Cathedral.

Single level. Located directly adjacent to the Coburg Spa. Marvelous view of St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Fully equipped kitchen. Separate living and sleeping areas. Luxurious bath. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

75 square meter suite

Luise, Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, née Princess of Saxe-Altenburg (1800-1831). Wife of Ernest of Saxe-Coburg, brother of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

307 Antoinette

View

Three French balconies for one Viennese cathedral.

Single-level suite directly adjacent to the Coburg Spa, with a view of St. Stephen’s Cathedral.

Single level, no stairs. Located adjacent to the Coburg Spa. Kitchen. Three French balconies. Separate living and sleeping areas. Extra long bed. Luxurious bath with separate shower. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

79 square meter suite

Antoinette, Duchess of Württemberg (1779-1824), née Princes of Saxe-Coburg, sister of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

City Suites

This category is also all about spaciousness. With nine different suites ranging in size from 54 to 84 m². Most are maisonettes with a view of the city center. Others are in a markedly modern style with a terrace and garden view. Each City suite comes with a fully equipped kitchen, a luxurious bathroom, imperial high ceilings and lots and lots of light.

106 Ehzg. Josef

Delightful

Extra large bathtub for guests who enjoy full immersion.

Where nothing stands in your way. Only elegant furnishings, an over-sized tub and lots of light.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen. Antique Lobmeyr chandelier. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Over-sized bathtub. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

84 square meter suite

Archduke Joseph of Austria (1833-1905). Husband of Clothilde of Saxe-Coburg, granddaughter of Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg, who built the palace.

107 Clothilde

Dreamy

A suite where you wouldn’t dream of thinking of anything.

Reside nobly on the bel étage. Until time has passed too quickly.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen. Antique Lobmeyr chandelier. Exclusive cherry-wood furnishings. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Walk-in closet. Separate shower. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

77 square meter suite

Clothilde of Saxe-Coburg (1846-1927). Granddaughter of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg. Wife of Archduke Joseph of Austria.

211 Maria Pia

Flowery

Share a piece of history with the Queen of Portugal.

Floral textiles set the tone. Luxury and comfort sing the chorus.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen. Separate living and sleeping areas. Antique wooden chandelier. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

80 square meter suite

Maria Pia, Queen of Portugal, née Princess of Savoy(1847-1911). Wife of Louis I, a grandson of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg. 

212 Luis I

King-sized

Relaxed, elegant, classy. For unforgettable memories of Vienna.

Quod erat demonstrandum.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen. Antique wooden chandelier. Exclusive mahogany furnishings. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. 

83 square meter suite

Louis I, King of Portugal (1838-1889). Grandson of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

213 Philippe

Art Deco

Art deco in the style of the 1930s for living with style in the 2010s.

A suite where you reside side by side with quiet and elegance.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen. Elegant cherry-wood furnishings. French balcony. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

74 square meter suite

Philippe, Count of Flanders (1837-1905). Nephew of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg. 

214 Rudolph

Princely

Cozy, secluded and quiet: because sleeping guests should not be awakened.

Rural serenity in the middle of the city. Sophisticated country house style in shades of cream, yellow and blue.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen. Two French balconies. Brass Lobmeyr chandelier. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

72 square meter suite

Rudolph, Crown Prince of Austria (1858-1889). Son of Empress Elisabeth and Emperor Franz Joseph, husband of Stefanie, née Princess of Belgium, the great-nieceof the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg. 

215 Stefanie

Country house style

Sophisticated country style for sophisticated urban standards.

In simplicity lies the greatest perfection. Welcome to a perfect stay.

Two levels. Fully equipped kitchen with mini-bar. French balcony. Sleeping quarters and luxurious bath on upper level. Separate shower. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

72 square meter suite

Stefanie, Crown Princess of Austria, née Princess of Belgium (1864-1945). Wife of Crown Prince Rudolph, great-niece of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg.

216 Elisabeth

Elizabethan

A Suite that whisks you off to the dawn of a golden age.

Where cosiness and comfort show their true stripes.

Spacious entrance area. Two floors. Living room with desk. Fully equipped kitchen. Luxurious bathroom. Heating and air conditioning system. TV in living room and bedroom. Safe. Price includes breakfast and minibar.

64 square meter suite

Elisabeth, born Duchess in Bavaria, Queen consort of the Belgians as the wife of King Albert I, great-nephew of Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg, who built Palais Coburg. 

302 Winter Garden

Illuminating

A winter garden that blooms in the summer too.

Let the mild evening wind play with the curtains while you enjoy a glass of wine on the terrace.

Single level. Kitchen. Separate living and sleeping areas. Luxurious bath. Spacious terrace (60 square meters). Large plate-glass windows with Lightstar shading system. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. Safe. Breakfast and mini-bar included with your stay.

54 square meter suite

Winter Garden. A garden that is waiting for its loveliest flowers to arrive.

304 Victoria

Little jewel

The smallest suite at Palais Coburg demonstrates that size is relative.

Where pastel decor meets the pale blue of the sky.

Single-level suite. Separate living and sleeping areas. Fully equipped kitchen with mini-bar. Luxurious bath. Marvelous view of St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Individual climate control. TVs in living and sleeping areas. 

54 square meter suite 

Victoria, Duchess of Kent, née Princess of Saxe-Coburg (1786-1861). Sister of the builder of the palace, Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg, and mother of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom.

Connecting Suites

Where comfort and beauty go hand in hand: these three adjoining suites – the hotel’s largest, with combined floor space of between 183m² and 241m² – provide the ultimate in luxury, with two living rooms, two bedrooms and either two or three bathrooms.

201 & 202 Leopold I & Edward VII

Two houses united

A royal alliance – your own private empire.

An entente between Belgium and England: dining room, study, two living rooms, three bedrooms and three stunning bathrooms.

One Coburg and one Residence suite. Two floors, two kitchens. Spacious living room with dining area, and private dining room. Gold and green interior decor with elegant cherrywood furnishings, combined with light colours and an antique Venetian glass chandelier. Heating and air conditioning system. TV in living room and bedroom. Safe. Price includes breakfast and minibar. 

229 square meter suite

Leopold I, King of Belgium (1790-1865) and Edward VII, King of the United Kingdom (1841-1910). Brother and great-nephew, respectively, of Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg, who built Palais Coburg.

206 & 205 Antoine & Ferdinand

The perfect couple

A match made in heaven.

This majestic pair of suites has its own sauna and a spacious shared terrace.

One Coburg and one Bastei suite. Two floors. 52m2 private terrace overlooking the garden. Two kitchens and two dining areas for up to six people each. Original Biedermeier bureau and antique executive desk. Bedroom and luxurious bathroom on the upper floor. Sauna. Bath. Separate shower. Heating and air conditioning system. TV in living room and bedroom. Safe. Price includes breakfast and minibar.

241 square meter suite

Princess Maria Antonia of Saxe-Coburg, born Countess Maria Antonia Koháry de Csábrág et Szitnya (1797-1862) and her husband Prince Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg (1785-1851), who built Palais Coburg. 

209 & 210 Maria Da Gloria & Dom Fernando

Close-knit

For everyone who wants to keep in touch.

In this sunny corner of the Palais, the bright, vibrant colours of Maria da Gloria go hand in hand with the dark green marble fireplace of the Dom Ferdinand suite.

One Palais and one Residence suite. Suite 209 has two floors, while suite 210 offers unrivalled comfort on a single floor. View of the Palais gardens. Generously proportioned living room with desk and dining table for up to six people. Three bedrooms, two opulent bathrooms, two fully equipped kitchens and a study. Heating and air conditioning system. TV in living room and bedroom. Safe. Price includes breakfast and minibar. 

183 square meter suite

Maria da Gloria, born Princess Maria of Braganza (1819-1853) and her husband, Dom Ferdinand II, King of Portugal (1816-1885), son of Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg, who built Palais Coburg. 

We’d like to make you feel beautiful.

From time to time, you just have to make time for yourself:Our oasis on the 3rd floor is where you can.

With a pool, whirlpool, sauna, steam bath, training area, conservatory, sun terrace and an extensive range of massage and cosmetic treatments.

7.00 till 24.00

Open Daily

Cosmetics

Caviar Treat

149 EUR  55 min

A luxuriously exclusive facial treatment that nourishes your skin with precious pearl and caviar extracts, immediately and lastingly enhancing your complexion while proactively delaying the effects of aging and smoothing wrinkles away.

Power Repair 

139 EUR  55 min

Natural collagen, elastin, and vitamins regenerate and invigorate your skin, leading to a rejuvenated complexion by smoothing existing wrinkles and preventing new wrinkle formation.

Sensitive Care

129 EUR  55 min

This facial treatment gently soothes and calms sensitive skin with ingredients based on propolis, shea butter, and chamomile. At the same time, it alleviates and harmonizes blotchy, irritated skin.

Men’s Care

129 EUR  55 min

Essences of exclusive caviar, tropical plants, and green tea combined with carefully selected natural vitamins caress strained skin and reward you with a cooling, smoothing, and rejuvenating sensation.

Manicure

75 EUR  55 min

Enjoy a thorough and attentive wellness treatment for your hands with a relaxing hand bath, gently cleansing hand peel, professional nail care, and a hand reflexology massage.

Pedicure

75 EUR  55 min

Enjoy a wonderfully relaxing and luxuriously indulging treatment for your feet with a relaxing foot bath, gently cleansing foot peel, professional nail care, and a feet reflexology massage.

Additional Treatments

Eyebrow treatment (shaping & coloring)

Eyelash treatment (nurturing coloration)

Combined treatment (both eyebrows and eyelashes)

Massage

Coburg Signature Massage

199 EUR  85 min

The unique combination of six different massage techniques will immerse your body and soul in an amazing experience of deep relaxation and relief. Enveloped in alluring fragrances, allow yourself to be swept away from the busy world outside.

Swedish Massage

130 EUR  55 min

180 EUR  85 min

Treat yourself to gentle and welcome relief from muscular tensions while enjoying this classic massage accompanied by fresh and tangy fragrances.

Aromatherapie Massage

130 EUR  55 min

180 EUR  85 min

The enchanting scent of aromatic oils and their deeply transformative effect make this special Thai treatment an incomparable experience. Choose between a vitalizing, harmonizing, or relaxing treatment styles.

Hot Lava Stone Massage

189 EUR  85 min

The application of heated lava stones infuses your body with deeply comforting warmth while the special techniques applied during this massage melt away muscular tensions and release blocked energy to produce an unexpected feeling of inner wellness.

Foot Reflexology Massage

130 EUR  55 min

The targeted yet gentle stimulation of your feet’s reflex zones strengthens inner organs, relieves pain, and stimulates circulation, creating a lasting sense of well-being and serenity.

Business Hour Massage

85 EUR  25 min

Specially designed for business people and guests with a demanding schedule, this highly focused treatment for your head and shoulders is a quick and effective way to find relaxation and well-being.

Deep Tissue Massage

130 EUR  55 min

180 EUR  85 min

The Deep Tissue Massage works with pressure and dedicates itself to the deeper lying tissue layers. Complicated connective tissue, muscle fibers, tendons, ligaments, fascia and blockages are specifically treated and treated with this special massage form.

Anti stress Massage 

130 EUR  55 min

180 EUR  85 min

The anti-stress massage is a relaxing massage and ensures your mental and physical recovery. It increases the physical and mental vitality, strengthens the immune system as well as the ability to concentrate and provides for a restful sleep. Stress and tension are reduced and the overall well-being is sustainably improved.

We are here for you Monday to Sunday.

Wine Spa

Coburg’s Soin de Vin

149 EUR  55 min

Special extracts from carefully selected grapes and grape seeds purify, condition, and improve the structure of your facial skin. This nourishing and moisturizing treatment is ideal for dry and stressed skin.

Coburg Vinotherapy Massage 

139 EUR  55 min

199 EUR  55 min

A gentle massage with grape seed oil that improves the elasticity of your skin and releases tension. Powerful antioxidants stimulate your metabolism and consequently have an anti-aging effect.

Coburg’s hommage á son cellier

159 EUR  175 min

A session in our Turkish bath with hot steam and delicate, essential fragrances prepares you for the subsequent treatments with grape extracts and grape seed oil. Indulge in the rejuvenating and skin tightening effect of the grapes to replenish your energy and gain visible vitality. Including grape extract face peeling, grape extract face mask and Coburg Vinotherapy Massage.

“Wine is the medicine of the world.”  (Persian poet Nizami Ganjavi). 

At Palais Coburg, we use this “medicine” both internally and externally. In the spa, the grape unfolds its power in intensive body and cosmetics treatments.

Spa Etiquette

Hours

Open daily from 7am to midnight. If you would like to use the spa outside of this time, please inform reception.

Sauna & steam bath hours: Please inform reception approximately a half hour before you wish to use the sauna or steam bath. We will be happy to heat them for you.

Cosmetic & massage treatments: daily, 10am to 8pm and by appointment.

Access for hotel guests only.

Dress

We have robes, slippers, and towels ready for you in our spa. Lockers are available for you in the dressing room.  

Your Treatment

We like to take time with our guests. We therefore recommend that you book your treatments as early as possible to help us best accommodate your preferred schedule.

Cancellations & Late Arrivals

If for any reason you must cancel your appointment, please do so at least one hour before a scheduled treatment and the cancellation will be free of charge. We ask for your understanding that for cancellations at shorter notice or no shows, a cancellation fee of the price of the scheduled treatment will be charged. Arriving late may limit the time for your treatment. Depending on the length of you service a late arrival may be classified as a "no-show".

Your Well-Being in Mind

If you have any health issues or special needs, please make us aware at the time of booking your appointment and speak to your therapist, who will assist in choosing the perfect treatments. For the optimum effect of men cosmetic treatments we recommend a shave about three hours before the treatment.

Valuables and Phones

Please store all valuables in your room safe. Since the Palais Coburg Spa is dedicated to rest and relaxation, we ask that you please refrain from using mobile phones.

Payment

We will gladly charge your booked treatments to your hotel bill so you can conveniently pay when you check out.

Wine Cellar

6 Cellars

60.000 Bottles

Palais Coburg Wine Archive: 

The height of wine culture and enjoyment in the midst of a unique architectural setting.

The Palais Coburg Wine Archive encompasses a total of six wine cellars, each with unique characteristics, a special focus and an ideal climate for great, rare wines. The six cellars hold some 60,000 bottles from four centuries and offer an impressive combination of medieval architecture and atmospheric spaces for wine tastings and culinary presentations involving sophisticated wines.

France Cellar

Honneur au vin

The France Cellar houses the great wines of France, with an emphasis on Bordeaux and Burgundy.

In addition to the great wines from the two most classic regions, the cellar holds an attractive selection of wines from the Loire and Rhône valleys as well as from Alsace and all other important regions in France. A total of 30,000 bottles make this the largest cellar in the Palais Coburg Wine Archive.

Grandiose

The France cellar encompasses some 100 square metres and is located in the historic stone vaults of Vienna’s former fortifications. 

New World Cellar

Discovery

Thousands of bottles of outstanding wines from overseas are supplemented by rare finds from the great explorer nations Spain and Portugal.

Bottles from the USA, Chile, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia and Argentina as well as wines from the explorer nations Portugal and Spain are stored in a cellar styled after the hull of a ship. The New World Cellar also includes the largest bottle in the collection, a 27-litre bottle of Spanish Rioja.

Wine Ahoy

The New World Cellar is particularly delightful from an architectural perspective; its interior is made of oak wood skilfully formed into the shape of a ship’s hull.

Old World Cellar

Cellar europe

Extensive collection of Austrian wines and other top European regions from 1845 onward

In addition to 13,000 bottles of Austrian wines, the cellar features thousands of bottles from Italy, Germany, Hungary, Switzerland and other European countries. Emerging regions are just as well represented as outstanding vintages from internationally renowned top vintners from classic regions. There is hardly another cellar in the world with as many vintages of the legendary Sassicaia (300 bottles). 

Genuine

In the contemporary spirit of today’s leading  European vintners, the cellar is based on clear and transparent principles.

Champgne Cellar 

Best collection

We have more than 1,000 bottles of bubbly on hand for friends and connoisseurs.

The Champagne Cellar of the Wine Archive holds a collection of more than 1,000 bottles from the Champagne region in France, with an emphasis on selections from Dom Pérignon. The oldest champagne currently in the cellar is from 1962.

Effusive

The Champagne Cellar is located in the ancient brickwork of the former ice cellar, the deepest chamber in Palais Coburg.

 

Rare Wines Cellar 

The treasure

Some of the rarest wines in the collection slumber here, including exclusive collectors’ items and very old bottles.

The cellar is home to hundreds of selected bottles for connoisseurs and lovers of great wines of the highest standards of quality and character. For instance, it contains sweet wines from Portugal, from vintages as old as 1795, and what Christie’s wine authority Michael Broadbent MW calls the oldest drinkable wine in the world, the 1727 Rüdesheimer Apostelwein from the Bremen Ratskeller. 

The facility

The former wine vaults of the Saxe-Coburg and Gotha family were adapted and equipped with state-of-the-art technology to house this special treasure.

Yquem Cellar 

Liquid gold

The Yquem Cellar is home to the pure gold of more than one hundred vintages of this precious sweet wine.

The Yquem Cellar is Palais Coburg’s homage to Château d’Yquem. Starting with 1893, at least one bottle of each vintage produced is represented in our exquisite collection. One of the many treasures in this cellar is a 15-litre bottle of the exquisite nectar from this legendary winery.

Nectar

The jewels from the legendary Sauternes winery are stored in underground vaults built in the second half of the sixteenth century.

Wine Archive

Sommelier

Wolfgang Kneidinger

Certified Sommelier / Viticulturist

Wine List

Not a book with seven seals

Our wine book offers you an initial selection from our six cellars. Our sommeliers are also on hand to provide you with individual advice. Enjoy reading and tasting the wines!

Wine list

Cellar purchases

The Palais Coburg Wine Archive is always interested in private wine collections,

whether they contain old Bordeaux, mature Burgundies or exciting wines from Austria. Contact us. We look forward to discovering special treasures of well-stored wines with a proven provenance. 

Cellar setup

Take advantage of our many contacts and long-standing experience with wine cellar hardware.

We will be pleased to advise you on the optimum storage and design of your wine cellar and the development of databases.

Cellar appraisals

We will gladly help you structure your private cellar, using our expertise to organize the holdings in your wine cellar and prepare an overview of evaluations and perfect drink dates. Years of experience help us accurately analyze prices and quality.

Winery Locations

There will be wine… and we hope you’ll join us! 

Our six wine cellars hold about 60,000 bottles. Whether you choose one of our two restaurants or one of our private rooms for groups, we have the right setting for you to enjoy fine wines.

Wine Vault

Intimate Gatherings

Surrounded by the remains of the ancient city fortifications, the Wine Vault is a perfect choice for special culinary events.

The table in the Wine Vault can comfortably seat small groups of up to 14 persons. This atmospheric room adjacent to the New World Cellar measures approximately 30 square metres and is ideally appointed for tastings, gourmet  cheese and sausage lunches and social occasions for small groups.

Knighted or no, this table is waiting for you to join the gathering.

 

Haram

Muhibbi

Do not let the occasion pass: leave not your hand off tulip-red wine. Oh heart, let intoxication flow, a Frankish taster has already poured the wine.

These words from a verse penned by Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent (1494-1566) accompany you and your guests on the ‘Golden Path’ to the Haram Cellar. In this magnificent room beneath Vienna’s medieval fortification walls, the time of the Turkish sieges and the flair of A Thousand and One Nights reawaken again.

Orient and Occident. Sixty square meters  from the past for unforgettable hours in the here and now.

 

Dom Pérignon  Lounge

Moët & Chandon

Dedicated to Moët & Chandon, the most traditional champagne house in the world, and its prestigious cuvée Dom Pérignon.

Located directly next to the Champagne Cellar, the 35-square-metre Dom Pérignon Lounge can accommodate up to 30 persons. A delightful contrast between medieval stone walls and modern design, with accents by Phillippe Stark, make this space an unforgettable setting for tastings, birthday parties and commencement parties.

Johann Wolfgang v. Goethe: ‘I want champagne, and one that bubbles up with might and main!’ 

The Wine Experience

Enjoy wine with all of your senses.

Our tailor-made guided tours and theme-based tastings offer you an unforgettable insight into our medieval wine cellar and the enjoyment of selected wines.

Wine walk

Wine archive  89 EUR

Guided tour of the Palais Coburg wine world, including tasting of five different wines.

Every second Thursday of the month

6-7:30 pm

From 7 to 12 participants

Price per person.

Wine wish 

Wine archive Price by arrangement

Vintage, region, variety.

A wide variety of theme tastings can be arranged in our cellars.

We will gladly create a special tasting on request for groups of up to 12 persons. Whether you choose to emphasize a vintage, region, grape variety, or perhaps your birth year, we will coordinate a thematic tasting for you featuring outstanding wines.

Austro Wine

Wine archive  990 EUR

Austria has come of age. Often underestimated, these wines have a lot to offer.

For groups of up to 12 persons.

Length approx. 2 hours

Go West

Wine archive  2990 EUR

Forget about fat, overladen and opulent. Californian wines have many faces, especially if you take a closer look at a couple of ‘older’ vintages.

For groups of up to 12 persons.

Length approx. 2 hours

Sparkling Wine

Wine archive  1890 EUR

Champagne. It bubbles and elevates. Never mind the top names. Something’s happening in the market.

For groups of up to 12 persons.

Length approx. 2 hours

Wine Roundtable

Wine archive  from 130 EUR

From October to May, two exclusive theme tastings take place for advanced wine connoisseurs each month.

Vienna Mosaic Hall

Picturesque

Because Vienna is worth a standing ovation. 

A wonderful mosaic of the city of Vienna from 1850 beneath your feet, behind you the impressive remnants of the city wall.

The open-plan Vienna Mosaic Hall is an ideal venue for receptions and standing cocktail events. When Palais Coburg was refurbished, fragments of Vienna's ancient city wall were exposed. Their powerfully archaic texture introduces a delightful contrast to the elegant ambiance of the palace.

200 standing cocktail style, 80 banquet style, 150 theatre style, 60 parliament style

Now you can book the streets and lanes of Vienna.

Casemates

The Casemates (450 square metres) are part of Vienna’s underground fortification system dating from the sixteenth century and are unique in their dimensions and state of preservation. Intricately restored, the sandblasted brick walks, light limestone floors and carefully integrated lighting system create a unique ambiance for festivities and events of all types.

High Casemate

High style

Built for defence, preserved for conviviality.

Once the home of teams of horses, gunpowder and weapons. Today a place for festive gatherings, enjoyment, music, film and sharing.

For events with a sense of living history and a contemporary accent. The High Casemate features a stone cupola soaring ten metres up and is equipped with a state-of-the-art console for lighting, sound and computer technology, a projection screen measuring 5.9 x 4.4 metres, a lighting bridge with fixed installations and a Bösendorfer grand piano.

130 standing cocktail style, 90 round table style, 120 theatre style, 50 formal table style, 70 parliament style 

Now you can book high-flying events.

Long Casemate

Cathedral-like

A stone cathedral for eternity and your day.

If these walls could speak, they’d tell a tale of six centuries and your event.

The Long Casemate extends a length of 45 metres through the underworld of Palais Coburg beneath imposing  vaulted ceilings. State-of-the-art technical equipment and the unique layout of the space, encompassing a total of 270 square metres, make the Long Casemate an incomparable location for product presentations, fashion shows and large celebrations.

230 standing cocktail style, 200 banquet style, 230 theatre style, 100 formal table style, 120 parliament style

Now you can book six centuries.

Haram

Magnificent

If you desire to drink, let it be tulip-red wine.

Muhibbi, do not let the occasion pass: leave not your hand off tulip-red wine.

These words from a verse penned by Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent (1494-1566) accompany you and your guests on the ‘Golden Path’ to the Haram Cellar. In this magnificent room beneath Vienna’s medieval fortification walls, the time of the Turkish sieges and the flair of A Thousand and One Nights reawaken again.

30 standing cocktail style, 25 formal table style

Now you can book tulip-red experiences.

State Rooms

The staterooms on the bel étage are among the most magnificent venues in Vienna. Appointed with art treasures from the period when the palace was built, these authentically restored salons offer countless possibilities for splendid celebrations and receptions. Guests can be led to the rooms via the former carriage drive and elaborately restored grand staircase, further building the anticipation of a grand event.

Mirror Hall

Ornate

Mirror, mirror, on the wall…

…where’s the most beautiful event of them all?

The Mirror Hall, measuring more than 100 square metres, is the magnificent centrepiece of the staterooms on the bel étage and is directly connected to all the other salons. The walls are defined by stucco marble pillars, richly ornamented with gold leaf, and the floor features artful inlay work, creating an incomparable ambiance of luxurious flair.

85 standing cocktail style, 56 seated, 60 theatre style, 30 formal table style, 40 parliament style

Now you can book golden times.

Yellow Salon

Bright

Sunny prospects for a brilliant event.

The jewel among our banquet and event halls is perfect for special occasions.

Decorated with exquisite silk wallpaper made in France based on historic designs, this room offers a truly regal ambiance. Tall French doors open from the terrace into a marvellous setting for unforgettable dinners, receptions or weddings.

50 standing cocktail style, 40 seated, 40 theatre style, 26 formal table style, 30 parliament style

Now you can book glory and splendour.

Family Salon

Princely

Because princes know how to celebrate.

Make an event attended by kings, princes and their kin.

The Family Salon is graced with portraits of personalities from the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. The Family Salon, a swank venue for intimate receptions, celebrations, consultations and festive gatherings, offers access to the terrace and garden.

40 standing cocktail style, 30 theatre style, 20 parliament style, 18 formal table style,  16 seated

Now you can book crowned heads.

Blue Salon

Fire blue

For events where the sparks fly.

Relaxed club atmosphere and historic splendour promise you the sky.

The Blue Salon is the ideal place for fireside talks or for enjoying after-dinner drinks, coffee or tobacco. Whether furnished with comfortable leather settees or a festive table, the cozy corner location of the Blue Salon, its open fireplace and intense colour scheme create an incomparable ambiance. Direct access to the terrace and Bastei Garden.

40 standing cocktail style, 30 theatre style, 18 formal table style, 16 seated, 12 parliament style

Now you can book the blue of the sky.

Marie Antoinette Salon

Quintessential

For bread and cake. And everything that goes along with it.

A Viennese in France, French in Vienna. A magnificent hall for your event.

The first inhabitant of Palais Coburg, Princess Clementine of Orléans, had the hall decorated with original furnishings of the Queen of France. Today, Marie Antoinette’s precious furniture is at Saint Anton Palace in Slovakia, but the hall is still the perfect setting for small events, receptions or anything in between.

50 standing cocktail style

Now you can book a taste of history.

Johann Strauss Concert Hall

Sonorous

Because it’s all in the timing.

Waltz King Johann Strauss had close ties to the Saxe-Coburg and Gotha family.

In the 120-square-metre concert hall directly adjacent to the Mirror Hall, he performed two of his works in person, the Albion Polka and Windsor Echoes. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, the hall is perfectly appointed for concerts, conferences, presentations and receptions.

116 standing cocktail style, 116 theatre style, 60 persons school class

Now you can book 4/4 time.

Terrace

Vantage Point

Enjoy the view from our far-sighted Terrace.

Whether you look back or forward: beauty is all around you.

Due to an easement issued by the emperor, Palais Coburg still enjoys an unobstructed view of the Ringstrasse boulevard and Stadtpark. Gazing from the beautiful Terrace, you can see both the boulevard and the park, with the palace garden at your feet. Behind you, open French doors lead into the historic staterooms. The Terrace is particularly suited for standing receptions with garden access and weddings.

70 standing cocktail style

Now you can book good vantage points.

Grand Staircase

Ascent

Permit us to rise to your level.

A stairway to heaven: ascend to the salons on the main floor.

The elegant Grand Staircase leads your guests from the former carriage drive to the staterooms on the bel étage. The elaborately restored staircase offers a special lighting ambiance and a serene and sophisticated atmosphere, making it a perfect setting in its own right for small receptions and events.

110 standing reception style (110 steps)  

Now you can book your ascent.

Princess Salon

Communicative

Where you can speak tête-à-tête in groups of twelve or less.

This elegant conference room on the bel étage inspires good communication.

The painting of French Princess Clementine of Orléans presides over this private conference room with a view of the palace garden. Approximately 35 square metres, its elegant wood panelling, antique furnishings and calm atmosphere create the perfect setting for small meetings and confidential discussions.

12 formal table style

Veranda

Luminous

Insight is the first step to a fabulous event.

Those who sit in glass houses should enjoy the view. And eat well.

The all-rounder among our event spaces: for seminar groups and standing receptions. For culinary flights of fancy created by Silvio Nickol and culinary perfection at Clementine im Glashaus. Versatility in 36 square metres. The glass walls of the Veranda can be opened or closed to suit your preferences or the weather.

24 standing cocktail style, 22 formal table style, 22 theatre style, 16 banquet style

Now you can book insights.

events@palais-coburg.com

+43 1 51818-170

Winery Location

There will be wine ... and you will hopefully be there

Our six wine cellars house have around 60,000 bottles. Whether you're in our two restaurants or in one of our private rooms for groups: For the enjoyment of fine wines you will find in our case the perfect setting.

Wine Vault

Intimate Gatherings

Surrounded by the remains of the ancient city fortifications, the Wine Vault is a perfect choice for special culinary events.

The table in the Wine Vault can comfortably seat small groups of up to 14 persons. This atmospheric room adjacent to the New World Cellar measures approximately 30 square metres and is ideally appointed for tastings, gourmet  cheese and sausage lunches and social occasions for small groups.

Knighted or no, this table is waiting for you to join the gathering.

Haram 

Muhibbi

Do not let the occasion pass: leave not your hand off tulip-red wine. Oh heart, let intoxication flow, a Frankish taster has already poured the wine.

These words from a verse penned by Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent (1494-1566) accompany you and your guests on the ‘Golden Path’ to the Haram Cellar. In this magnificent room beneath Vienna’s medieval fortification walls, the time of the Turkish sieges and the flair of A Thousand and One Nights reawaken again.

Orient and Occident.Sixty square meters from the past for unforgettable hours in the here and now.

Dom Pérignon Lounge

Moët & Chandon

Dedicated to Moët & Chandon, the most traditional champagne house in the world, and its prestigious cuvée Dom Pérignon.

Located directly next to the Champagne Cellar, the 35-square-metre Dom Pérignon Lounge can accommodate up to 30 persons. A delightful contrast between medieval stone walls and modern design, with accents by Phillippe Stark, make this space an unforgettable setting for tastings, birthday parties and commencement parties.

Johann Wolfgang v. Goethe: ‘I want champagne, and one that bubbles up with might and main!’ 

weinarchiv@palais-coburg.com

+43 1 51818-888

Weddings

Yes I do!

May we ask you for your consent?

Tie the knot in the romantic ambiance of Palais Coburg!

Whether enchantingly in the garden, elegantly in the staterooms, privately in a suite or exuberantly in the casemates. 

Whether you opt for a lively party with gala dinner or an intimate ceremony: we love weddings and would be pleased to assist on the best day of your life.

Now you can book wedded bliss.

wedding@palais-coburg.com

+43 1 518 18 -170

Events in the Secret Garden

Garden Wedding

Available upon request. 

Palais Coburg's idyllic and lovingly designed private garden is a unique location for an outdoor wedding in the heart of Vienna. And the shady outdoor seating area on the other side of the Palais is an inviting spot for fine gourmet food in a relaxed atmosphere. Whether you would like to say "I do" under the Kissing Tree or enjoy a summer wedding feast beneath the trees, our wedding team will be pleased to take you through all of the options.

Princesses and Princes Party

Available upon request. 

Hello Kitty, Fireman Sam, Bob the Builder – or whatever your child loves right now. At this unique birthday party for princesses and princes, the part of the palace garden around the sand pit is transformed into a children’s theme park. Toys, balloons, children’s snacks and a lot of fun in the garden. While the party is under way, our nearby restaurant Clementine in the Greenhouse ensures that Moms and Dads don’t go without.

Silvio Nickol

Indulge your curiosity 

A culture of enjoyment at the highest level for culinary adventurers.

2 Stars    Guide Michelin

4 Toques     19 points Gault Millau

98 Points    Falstaff Guide 

98 Points    A la carte

Silvio Nickol

Silvio Nickol says that passion, his work and luck are the three pillars of his career.

He discovered his passion for cooking at the age of 7 at home in Hoyerswerda, when he prepared food for his little brother.

The years he spent in training and as a journeyman were characterized by hard work, a lot of joy and great teachers: With Lothar Eiermann in Zweiflingen in 1994, then chef de partie for Harald Wohlfahrt at the Hotel Traube Tonbach in 1997. This was followed in 1999 by a couple of years in Belgium with Roger Souvereyns before he returned to Harald Wohlfahrt as sous chef in 2001. From 2006 he cooked with Heinz Winkler in Aschau, and a year later his travels led him to the Schlosshotel Velden in Austria. In 2009 his cooking there was awarded two Michelin stars.

Since 2011, Silvio Nickol has led the team in the gourmet restaurant at Palais Coburg, having been invited to do so by Peter Pühringer. Which brings us to pillar number three - the luck you need to meet the right people at the right moment. And he would like to express his great gratitude to them here.

Tuesday to Saturday

6 pm to 9.30 pm

Clementine

It’s not easy being a princess. But hey, if the crown fits! And at least the food is great. 

In our innovative culinary style we creatively reinterpret traditional meals. For breakfast, lunch, the afternoon snack and dinner.

For gourmet pleasure which is full of memories and surprises. And, when the weather is fine, there's no garden finer in all of Vienna.

.Good morning.

We serve breakfast from 7.00 am to 11.30 am every morning.

Lunch from 11.30 am to 3 pm.

Dinner from 6 pm to 10.30 pm

.In between.

Afternoon snack, sweet & savory,

from 3 pm to 6 pm

Clementine v. Orléans

From 1850 onwards, Princess Clementine de Orléans was the first resident of Palais Coburg, together with her husband Prince August von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha. More than 160 years later, the daughter of the French King has moved into her palace once again: Clem’s portrait decorates the center of our restaurant in the greenhouse. Her mission? Enjoyment! 

.Our Wine.

Wine Book

Clementine's wine list

Every day, with pleasure!

Open Monday to Sunday 7 am - 10.30 pm

+43 1 518 18 - 130

reservations@palais-coburg.com

Wine Bar

Nobis bene, 

nemini male! To our health, and no ill will to anyone: The Palais Coburg Wine Book, an extensive bar menu, delicious snacks and a separate cigar lounge.

The wine bar, which is a versatile venue, is fitted with red leather and elm wood, and offers a view of the High Casemate (vaulted chamber). In the afternoon it is a cozy place for coffee and snacks, and in the evening it becomes an atmospheric meeting place for wine connoisseurs and all those who wish to spend some enjoyable hours in pleasant surroundings.

Bar Menu

Wine list

Monday to Sunday

8 am to 12 pm

reservations@palais-coburg.com

+43 1 518 18 - 130

Breakfast

Good morning

Breakfast in the garden. With our delicious breakfast packages.

A healty "low carb" breakfast (21€), our energy breakfast (18€), or the Viennese breakfast classics like "Clementine's breakfast" (19€) or "breakfast of August Viktor" (22€).  With coffee, tea and fresh juice of course. And all of that served in one of Vienna’s most beautiful gardens while the morning sun shines into the greenhouse.

Breakfast Menu

Monday to Sunday 

7 am to 11.30 am

reservations@palais-coburg.com

+43 1 518 18 - 130

Specials

Halloween Dinner

October 31st

75,-

Welcome to a scary-beautiful diner in the medieval casemates of Palais Coburg. After the "Last Greeting" from the kitchen you can drink to All Hallow's Eve with themed cocktails at the bar.

Champagne Brunch

Sunday

95,-

Every first Sunday of the month.

Pleasure flows with Pol Roger champagne and culinary treats in the exclusive state rooms of Palais Coburg.

Picnic Basket

daily

125,-

Let’s have a picnic! Leave it to us to fill your basket with delicacies and to prepare the cozy blanket. You order, simply have to choose a nice spot in one of Vienna’s beautiful gardens, take your time and enjoy. 

Gift Vouchers

Give pleasure

Give your loved ones a surprise with one of our gift vouchers.

For breakfast, wine cellar tours and degustations, picnic basket or a menu at one of our restaurants - we issue precious gift vouchers for all culinary specials.

Contact us!

We will be very happy to advise you.

frontoffice@palais-coburg.com

+43 1 518 18 - 200

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Hotel: Palais Coburg

Address: Coburgbastei 4
 1010 Wien, Österreich  Wien

Region: Vienna

Country: Austria

Official website: http://www.palaiscoburg.com/

Telephone: +43 1 51818-0

Hotel email: basteigarten@palais-coburg.com

Public Transportation

Underground U3 Station Stubentor or U1 Station Stephansplatz. Tram: Line 2, Station Weihburggasse

In Vienna by car

At Urania, turn left into the Stubenring, after about 800 m, turn right into the Liebenberggasse take first left into the Coburgbastei

Coming from the west

Steinhäusl junction take the A 21 (heading Graz/Wien)  > at Vösendorf junction, take the A 2 (heading Wien) > A2 becomes the A23 > A23 heading Brünn/Prag as far as Wien Prater junction, take exit for centre (Zentrum) > along Schüttelstrasse to Urania > at Urania, turn left into the Stubenring > after c. 800 m, turn right into the Liebenberggasse > take first left into the Coburgbastei

Transfers from the airport

Palais Coburg Limousines or the Pullman Services are available for transfers from the airport or the train station. For further information contact us by telephone at tel:+431518180

Parking

Vienna's first district is a short-term parking zone, Monday to Friday (workdays) from 9 a.m. to 10p.m. Permitted parking period: 2 hours.

Upon request our staff will be happy to park your car in our garage. Fee: 45,- per day.

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