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      Das Triest

      from USD 135 /night

      Member since 03/2000   Rooms 72   Architecture Peter Lorenz   Interior Design Terence Conran
      The Original Hans Christoph List

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      Member since
      03/2000
      Rooms
      72
      Architecture
      Peter Lorenz
      Interior
      Design Terence Conran
      The Original Hans Christoph List

      —A reserved sense of nostalgia strikes a balance between past and present at Das Triest, formerly Vienna’s gateway to the Adriatic port city.

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      March 29, 2015 – March 31, 2015

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      • Superior Room

        • 25sqm (269sqft)
        • King or Queen Bed
        • Air Conditioning
        • WiFi free of charge
        USD 135 /night
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        • 35sqm (367sqft)
        • King Bed
        • Air Conditioning
        • WiFi free of charge
        USD 157 /night
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      • Junior Suite

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        • 45sqm (484sqft)
        • King Bed
        • Air Conditioning
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        USD 222 /night
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      About your stay

      A pitch perfect combination of history and modern design awaits you at Das Triest, a former coach station used by travelers en route to the spas of Trieste. Austrian architect Peter Lorenz and British interior designer Sir Terence Conran joined forces to preserve parts of the original structure, combining elements of imperial elegance with sober lines. The result is a sharp contrast to the city’s charming, late 19th-century Art Nouveau architecture. Subtle nautical touches like old ship railings and flags feature throughout the hotel, evoking an indirect homage to the port city of Trieste that carries over into the amply-appointed 72 guestrooms and 16 suites, which feature porthole mirrors and windows in the bathrooms. Specially commissioned photographs of Trieste and Vienna further celebrate a connection to the building's historic role in international travel. Today's travelers yearning for reserved nostalgia combined with modern comforts will have found what they're looking for.

      Nearest Airport
      VIE - Schwechat International Airport
      Food & Drink
      Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
      Conference & Meetings
      2 meeting rooms
      Internet
      Complimentary WiFi
      Services
      Bellman, Breakfast Buffet, Business Center, Concierge, Room Service

      Architecture

      Peter Lorenz & Sir Terence Conran

      The modern architecture of this former coach station stands out amongst Vienna's mix of monumental facades and late 19th-century Art Nouveau buildings. Austrian architect Peter Lorenz and British interior designer Sir Terence Conran preserved parts of the original structure, combining elements of imperial elegance with sober lines. Cross-vaulted rooms give the building a distinctive flair, hearkening back to its history as a coach station. Sprawling suites and generous guestroom sizes exude the expansive elan of luxurious travel—referencing the building’s heritage while pleasing the discerning tastes of today’s traveler. 

       

      Interior Design

      Modern Design Classics

      Great care was also taken in selecting and pairing designer pieces by a host of renowned manufacturers and designers including Conran himself, B&B Italia and Casa Milano. The interiors strike a distinctly contemporary note: Every upholstered piece by the Austrian firm Wittmann is handcrafted. Sir Terence Conran’s choice of instantly recognizable near modern classics includes also Artemide light fixtures and table lamps by Philippe Starck for Flos.

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