DO & CO Hotel

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DO & CO Hotel started as Attila Dogudan’s Viennese empire of restaurants and luxury catering, but now includes an architecturally adventurous and sybaritic hotel experience in downtown Vienna. Located across from St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Haas Haus building was designed by Pritzker-prize winner Hans Hollein; later, in an unusual move, it was retrofitted to its present incarnation by Hollein himself.


The same attention to detail that carried Attila Dogudan from local restaurateur to international food celebrity has been applied to Vienna's DO & CO Hotel. Four floors of the steel-and-glass building have been transformed into 44 unique cone-shaped guestrooms offering majestic views of Stephansplatz, Graben and the Kärtnerstrasse. Extravagant accommodations feature teak woodwork and stone integrated into a futuristic vision of modern design. Bathrooms offer two-square-meter showers, private fitness equipment and flat-screen televisions. The building’s upper floors are dominated by DO & CO's fine restaurants, including a lounge, roof garden and culinary "temple", an exclusive pavilion with seating for 12.

The DO & CO restaurant features Viennese staples as well as fine sushi and sashimi and a high-end kebab corner, fulfilling the modern mission of this sleek building.

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DO & CO Hotel
Stephansplatz 12
Vienna 1010
Austria

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00 800 37 46 83 57

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