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Changes at the Vienna Marriott Hotel Celebrate Sleek Lines and High Design

VIENNA, AUSTRIA -- (Marketwired) -- 12/12/13 -- As the home of Vienna's first indoor waterfall, the Vienna Marriott Hotel is used to leading the way for innovative interior design. So while its recent renovations to the lobby, Garten Café and Cascade Bar may catch regulars by surprise, the changes are simply the latest expression of the hotel's commitment to creative aesthetic expression.

Guests who arrive at this five-star hotel in Vienna, Austria are greeted with a contemporary lobby that embraces Marriott's signature Great Room concept. After restructuring and refurbishing the space, the lobby now invites guests to relax, work or network in its multiple intimate spaces. Cool grey, brown and white hues create a soothing energy that's enlivened by vibrant punctuations of color, as in the grey-and-red carpet. And the furnishings embrace the clean-lined hallmarks of comfortable, contemporary design.

Those arriving for a memorable Vienna lunch can continue this decorative journey into the Garten Café for a traditional Viennese meal, or wait until the evening to enjoy dinner, drinks and live music in the Cascade Bar. Both spaces have been transformed in similar ways to the lobby for a stunning overall effect. Carefully culled textiles, furnishings, carpets and wall treatments honor the spirit of each restaurant while simultaneously adhering to the hotel's updated aesthetic. The result is a welcome that feels at once united and individualized.

The same Swiss company, Claudio Carbone/Carbone Interior Design, behind the renovation of the hotel's Vienna banquet rooms also helmed the lobby and restaurant remodel. As a result, the harmony among the hotel's public spaces creates a superior guest experience that's further fulfilled by the luxurious guest rooms. Offering some of the finest accommodation in Vienna, the guest rooms are as stylish as they are convenient to all of Vienna's best downtown attractions.

Whether visitors drop in for a meal, or stay for work or pleasure, this is one property that knows how to welcome them with panache.

About the Vienna Marriott Hotel
With a tony address, five-star service and elegant accommodations, the Vienna Marriott Hotel gives visitors a sophisticated taste of Austria's capital city. From its famous Ringstrasse location, the property lets visitors discover St. Stephen's Cathedral, the opera, theaters, museums and shopping with ease. Or they can stay in to enjoy the property's many on-site amenities, like the 24-hour fitness centre, indoor pool, sauna and solarium. Corporate guests are treated to renovated banquet space, including 11 conference rooms with on-site exhibition space, and everyone can relax at one of the hotel's four restaurants. From the international cuisine of Parkring Restaurant, to the refreshed Cascade Bar and Garten Café, the property prides itself on offering a diversity of exciting and savoury choices. (It's also one of the few downtown hotels to showcase live music.) After a day spent relaxing, sightseeing or meeting, guests will appreciate the hotel's comfortable accommodations, which include high-speed Internet, flat-screen televisions, inviting bedding and a contemporary aesthetic that reflects the modern feel of the hotel at large.

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