DO & CO may be primarily known for its exclusive catering services, but a recent addition to such services is the DO & CO Vienna Hotel that’s been making waves in the hotel industry for its innovative and exceptional design/architecture.
Here are just some of the extraordinary features of the hotel worth checking out:
Cone-shaped guest rooms
Designed by Vietnamese architect, Pritzker prize winner and one of the pioneers of postmodernism Hans Hollein, the hotel previously features four glass floors which were recently transformed by Hollein himself to cone-shaped guest rooms. There are 43 spacious double rooms featuring above-average amenities such as B&O mega flat screen, complimentary Internet access, transparent grand shower and bathtub (in courtyard rooms), plus TV entertainment in the bathroom, exclusive wine bar and mobile telephones.
More luxury can be experienced at the suites which feature 180 degrees views of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, private Onyx bar, exclusive wine selection, Jacuzzi and transparent shower, and individual espresso machine. A terrace is available at the suite on the third floor.
Hotel guests enjoy access to the private Onyx bar located on the sixth floor. Featuring huge floor to ceiling windows, the bar offers panoramic views of the nearby St. Stephens Cathedral as well as the city. You can chill with lounge music, exclusive liquor selection and more.
Since the hotel is owned by gastronomical genius Atilla Dogudan, the restaurant boasts exquisite dishes you won’t find anywhere else. These include the finest sushi and sashimi, the best kebab as well as different spices. Traditional Austrian dishes are served too.
Various meetings and events become extraordinary with the hotel’s different function rooms which provide amazing views over Vienna. There’s the winter garden with terrace on the 8th floor which can accommodate a maximum of 25 people. There’s also the Temple, a private dining pavilion that can seat up to 12 people.
Have you stayed at DO & CO Vienna Hotel? What did you like about it?