The InterContinental Vienna hotel places you moments away from the world-renowned Vienna State Opera and stylish shopping on pedestrianised Kaerntner Strasse. Behind its functionalist exterior, the hotel's magnificent wood-panelled lobby is hung with chandeliers, while our grand ballroom is ideal for hosting elegant events. You can also work out in the state-of-the-art Fitness Center, experience typical Viennese coffee house culture, or savor classic cocktails in the refined Intermezzo Bar.
In our Restaurant Parlor Taste of Lebanon by Khaled we offer a selection of authentic dishes prepared with fresh ingredients and a lot of love. Discover our delights, from hearty mezze platters, over hummus and falafel to succulent grilled dishes.
Located in the heart of the city, Zum Schwarzen Kameel is a microcosm of Viennese culinary pleasures. The restaurant offers a snack bar which enjoys cult status. Try the famous hand cut bone in ham Kameel sandwich, it is a must when in Vienna.
Daily on the menu of Vienna's beef paradise are around a dozen boiled beef specialties from Schulterscherzl to Tafelspitz. Though particularly famous for its beef dishes, Plachutta has become a bastion for a range of traditional Viennese food.
With a polished central bar under an opulent chandelier, the sophisticated Intermezzo Bar serves fine wines, whiskies and cocktails, as well as bar food until 1am. Pull up a leather stool, let our experienced staff pour you a rare single malt and relax.
Mayer am Pfarrplatz is an authentic Viennese wine tavern. Here in the so called Beethoven House, the great composer was often a welcomed guest. The inner courtyard is covered in wild vines. Homegrown wine, traditional dishes and seasonal culinary delights entice you to come in.
The Gmoakeller is one of the oldest inns in Vienna. Here you will find Viennese tavern culture with a wealth of classic Viennese dishes, prepared at a high level. The restaurant scores with a cosy dining room and friendly service. A reservation in advance is highly recommended.
Located in the upscale Kohlmarkt shopping street and just behind the Hofburg, Demel was once the Imperial and Royal Court Bakery. Since the fall of the Austrian empire, Demel has continued to produce world class baked goods, and is a must see for anyone with a sweet tooth.
Officially called the "American Bar", but known to locals and design lovers around the world as the "Loos Bar", this drinking spot was built in 1908 by Adolf Loos, a pioneer of modern architecture. On most evenings, young media and arty types squeeze in to enjoy cocktails.
Steirereck is the most renowned restaurant in Vienna. It has been awarded two Michelin stars and consistently ranks among the top restaurants in the world. The restaurant is known for its modern Austrian cuisine, which features fresh, locally sourced ingredients and innovative cooking techniques. Steirereck offers an exceptional culinary experience, with first class cuisine and perfect service in an elegant and modern ambience.
At our Café Vienna you can experience the famous Viennese coffee house culture with various coffee specialties, delicious cakes and pastries. Café Vienna also offers a breakfast, lunch and a snack menu.