“There are few more alluring places to sit and relax with a newspaper and coffee than the atrium of the ‘King of Hungary’. The house dates from the 16th century, and the atrium formed when a glass roof was built over the internal courtyard. It is now filled with tables, comfortable chairs, plants, even trees, overlooked by the building’s original windows. The style is traditional throughout – chandeliers, upright, upholstered chairs, period furniture – though decoration and colour schemes vary from one comfortable bedroom to the next.”
Written by Leonie Glass
“The Hotel König von Ungarn is a first class hotel that has welcomed crowned heads of state, artists and other prominent figures since 1746. Our hotel is in the heart of Vienna just behind St. Stephan's Cathedral and close to the Vienna State Opera and many other sights. Apart from the comfort of the generously appointed rooms, the glass-covered inner courtyard is an ideal place to relax and enjoy in a traditional atmosphere.”
"The building dates back to 1349, so expect a medieval Viennese vibe: thick wooden doors, arched windows and corridors looking on to a welcoming glass-roofed inner courtyard."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)
"The bar in the airy inner courtyard is a central gathering place for the local movers and shakers."
Originally published by Conde Nast Traveller (view article)