Melia Vienna to open mid-February, 2014

The Donau-City Tower in Vienna will soon be home to the Meliá Vienna when it opens in mid-February 2014. The 253-room hotel, with design by eminent Parisian architect Dominique Perrault, will be Meliá Hotels International’s first property in Austria, adding to a global portfolio of more than 350 city and resort hotels.

Designed by Parisian architect Dominique Perrault, the DC Tower is Austria's tallest skyscraper, rising at 820 feet over the New Danube River.

Meliá Vienna will comprise 17 of the building’s 58 floors. Located between the 4th and 15th floors are 253 bedrooms, among them the Presidential Suite on the 14th floor, accessible via a private elevator.

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All rooms and suites have floor-to-ceiling windows with integrated glass elements that can be opened. DreaMax mattresses in a king-size format, complimentary Wi-Fi, desks with full AV connectivity, large ultra-slim LED IP TVs, media hub HD stations, Nespresso coffee machines, laptop-sized safes with charging capability, rain showers and individually adjustable air conditioning are all standard in each guestroom.

The hotel has approximately 6,800 square feet of meeting space. A ballroom and eight partially combinable meeting rooms are available.

Dorothea Schuster is GM of the hotel.

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