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Imperial Brunch in Vienna

Hotel Stefanie, Vienna's oldest hotel, dates back to the year 1600 when Mr. Christoff Freischlag and his wife Margaretha acquired the then called house "Gastgeb". The oldest hotel of Vienna has been family owned ever since and is the only hotel with a track record in the books of over 400 years.

Today Hotel Stefanie, which name it received in 1888, attracts tourists from all over the world and locals alike with its imperial style, attention to detail and Viennese hospitality and charm. The hotel displays several unique pieces of art and antiques from silver cutlery to an original uniform of a k.u.k lieutenant around 1900. Each room is unique in its style and interior design, which differentiates the hotel from standardized hotel chains. Stepping out of your room in the morning and walking through the halls makes you feel like the emperor of a different time.

If you get the chance to stay at hotel Stefanie, which is also conveniently located in walking distance to the city center and the main attractions of Vienna, you should definitely seize it.

The Imperial Brunch

Starting at 12pm with a more than spectacular buffet opening (spoiler alert), the staff guides you through a culinary journey of Vienna. From various fish, meat and vegetarian appetizers to soups and five different main dishes, including Viennese classics Tafelspitz and Backhendl, our absolute favorite was the Labonca pork. Accompanied by an aperitive we worked our way through the lovely prepared buffet. Staff helps you select the most suitable sides to each dish and is available for questions and answers and makes you feel very welcome.

The sfaff is really proud of its new menu item and encourages all guests to try their Labonca. Labonca hog is a very special meat coming from a 100% ecological farm. Its taste is very special – don't miss out! The Labonca "sun-hogs" enjoy their lives on 300.000m² organic outdoor land, the farm's own grazing slaughterhouse with organic butchering makes Labonca so unique.

If you are looking for a brunch location with imperial flair, Hotel Stefanie is the right place. Browse their website for more information on brunch dates and other specials.

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