History and contemporary style are combined with a relaxing approach in this two-bedroom Gallery Home located in a luxury building, where eminent artists of the Viennese Modern Age used to live. The edifice is only a walk away to the Ring Road where most main sights are located. The home spreads across 103sqm and boasts selected designer pieces accompanied by high-end amenities, high ceilings, original architectural detail and a gallery. A crafty use of colour tones and texture combined with modern designer furniture lend to a unique living atmosphere.
Upon entering the High Street Suite N°5, you will be mesmerised by the stylish and contemporary set-up designed by the Viennese Moya Design Furniture. Velvety textures, beautiful parquet flooring and a large queen and sofa beds ensure a relaxing stay for a couple or a small family. Besides the beautiful design, the High Street home happens to lie in the heart of Vienna and in the very same building as the Dior flagship store.
Experience a luxury Portuguese life-style when you stay at this breath-taking home. With its lavish terracotta palette, indulgently soft furnishings, and beautiful tiled walls, it will be hard to tear yourself away at the end of the trip. Wake up to coffee and Pasteis de Nata (traditional custard tarts) in the rustic kitchen area, enjoy a refreshing shower in the designer bathroom, and recline in the stylish living area where you can enjoy a classy night in.
Take a break from it all in this beautiful one bedroom home. Streaming with retro vibes, the Gulbenkian features vintage furniture and an eclectic mix of patterns, such as marble, wood and ceramics. Besides the memorable design, guests will fall in love with the Gulbenkian’s central location in the heart of the vibrant city. The edgy Gulbenkian serviced apartment is housed in the beautiful Baixa House in the heart of Baixa district.
Exuding history with a contemporary undertone, the Ballads and Romances nestles just under the world famous Prague Castle. The legendary glassware made by Czech architect Sípek invigorates the historic building.
Walk in the footsteps of the Viennese aristocracy as you glide through elegant rooms upholstered in imperial scarlet, violet, and teal. This breath-taking apartment is located within an historic 1740s building that used to belong to the legendary Schwarzenberg family, and the essence of an indulgent aristocratic lifestyle still infuses the air. At the end of the day, slip off your dancing shoes, help yourself to some fizz from the complimentary bar, and let yourself be enveloped in the sumptuously soft furnishings.