Mandarin Oriental to open Vienna property

Mandarin Oriental will open a new hotel and branded residences in Vienna. 

The Austrian property will open in late 2023 in a heritage building that originally served as the city’s commercial law court from 1912 to 2003.

Mandarin Oriental Vienna will have 151 rooms and suites surrounding a central courtyard. It will have a restaurant, bar and outdoor garden, as well as 17 residences on the top two floors of the building.

James Riley, group chief executive of Mandarin Oriental, said: “We look forward to extending the Group’s presence into one of Europe’s most popular destinations for art, music and culture and introducing the city to Mandarin Oriental’s exemplary quality of service. 

“This iconic redevelopment of a historic building in a prime location, will offer guests a truly memorable experience, and fits ideally within the Group’s increasing portfolio of central European hotels.”

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