Augarten Graz Hotel

09 Jun, 2009

Augarten Graz Hotel – The Art Hotel Of Graz

Augarten Graz Hotel

The metal and glass façade of the Hotel Augarten Graz makes it stand out even at the first glance; the solid framework with transparent elements that allow people to peer in or look out is quite impressive and distinctive. The hotel is situated in the heart of Graz, the small and lovely town in Austria. It is an elegant blend of art and exquisite architectural design.

The Hotel Augarten Graz is featured in every travel guide about Austria; it is packed with artifacts and modern art creations from 70 different artists, while it is furnished by Capellini and Ligne Roset. It features an amazing, spacious roof terrace that offer splendid views to the city of Graz.

The rooms of the hotel are equipped with latest amenities that ensure pleasant and comfortable stay: private bathrooms, hairdryers, mini bar, safe deposit boxes, Cable TV, internet access, Room service and telephone lines are included in every room. All guestrooms follow modern lines in furniture and interior decoration, with pastel or earth colors; there are non – smoking rooms for those who want to stay smoke free. 56 light flooded rooms in the hotel give the visitors who travel to Graz the chance to enjoy art and design in one spot.

The hotel also features three conference rooms, well equipped in order to handle seminars or conferences. For the most active ones, there are spas and fitness facilities, while a fully equipped gym will keep you fit at all times. Sauna, solarium and an array of body treatments are also available on site.

The hotel boasts that it is an eternally evolving hotel, trying to add new art works to its collection in order to create a unique art place within the accommodation outlets.

The Hotel Augarten Graz is located 6km away from the International Airport of Thalerhof.

Augarten Graz Hotel

Augarten Graz Hotel

Augarten Graz Hotel

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