The Levante Parliament

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Situated in central Vienna behind Austria’s Parliament building, the hotel’s 74 guestrooms and suites are complemented by a gallery and photographic installation, as well as extensive structural glasswork by Ioan Nemtoi.

Conceptually based around the four elements, The Levante Parliament is given an airy feeling by its 400 m2 central courtyard. Abundant use of stone throughout public spaces as well as bathrooms, and a general continuity of materials including glass, chrome and dark wood, complement the classic Modernist design and allow flexibility. Glass is especially on display in the Nemtoi restaurant and bar, where a unique glass bar provides a spectacular centerpiece, complementing modern fusion cuisine ranging from tandoori chicken over oysters to more classical dishes like Wienerschnitzel.

The usual panoply of fitness options are available as well as sauna and massage facilities, with flatscreen televisions with satellite access in guestrooms. An instant old friend, The Levante Parliament in Vienna shows that the modern never goes out of style.



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The Levante Parliament
Auerspergstrasse 9
Vienna 1080

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