A former residence used for Austrian nobility is now The Amauris Vienna. The historic manor was initially constructed by Austrian architects Willhelm von Flattrich and Carl Schumann and is situated between the city's opera house and Albertina Museum. While the exterior maintains its 19th-century grandeur, the inside now consists of boutique guest rooms decked with jewel-tone velvet furniture, intricate marble finishes, and herringbone wood floors. The contemporary aesthetic continues in the property's on-site restaurant and bar serving elevated regional fare. Guests can also take advantage of the Finnish steam room, ice bath, and indoor swimming pool at the spa.
Photos: The Amauris