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Leonardo strengthens its presence on the Austrian market

The Leonardo Vienna Otto Wagner is the fourth property of Leonardo Hotels Central Europe in the Austrian capital, allowing the group to continue its expansion strategy.

The Leonardo Vienna Otto-Wagner has 211 guest rooms of three different categories on seven floors as well as a breakfast area and bar. The interior design focuses on a contemporary interior, in line with Leonardo's signature "Look & Feel".

In addition to breakfast, the hotel has a Grab'n'go station offering small snacks between meals. And in the evening, guests can head to the hotel bar for a drink.

Located in the 15th district, directly on the Otto-Wagner Bridge, the Leonardo Vienna Otto-Wagner is close to many of the city's tourist attractions, such as Schönbrunn Palace, Schönbrunn Zoo, Arik Brauer's house and the famous Naschmarkt.

In addition to the excellent public transport connections, guests have access to an underground car park with 40 spaces and two electric charging points. The new Viennese property has been awarded LEED certification for sustainable construction. 

I am very pleased to officially open the doors of the Leonardo Vienna Otto-Wagner to our guests. We are confident that the new location meets the current demand in the business and leisure travel segment and offers a convincing package to our target groups. 

Katharina Fraissl, Cluster General Manager Austria, Leonardo Hotels

The Austrian capital is a key location for Leonardo Hotels Central Europe, which is represented in Vienna by a total of four hotels with around 1,000 rooms. In addition, the eight hotels in Vienna, Salzburg and Linz will be rebranded and partially renovated in 2023.

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