The original building of The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna consists of four historic, now heritage-protected, nineteenth century palaces that have been linked together. The magnificent buildings were built between 1865 and 1871 in the prosperity of the Viennese “Ringstrassen architecture”.
The surrounding of the hotel is as interesting as its architecture. In front of the Hotel bordered by the prestigious Ring Boulevard, on the left side enclosed by the “Fichtegasse”, adjacent to is back the famous “Beethovenplatz” and to its right the famous “Christinegasse”.
The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna has a very special character and is built in the architectural style called historicism, which is embracing older styles such as the Renaissance or Romanticism, while already implementing the simultaneous development of the art nouveau. The interior design has been party inspired by the imperial times and partly by its historic surroundings, while implementing contemporary elements.