Following extensive renovation work the Anna Sacher restaurant is now radiant in bright green pleasantly offset by black furniture with golden highlights. This interior contrasts starkly with the straight, unpretentious line taken by Sacher's chef de cuisine Werner Pichlmaier in his contemporary, light interpretation of traditional Austrian cuisine. The restaurant Rote Bar with live background piano music, winter garden and direct view to the state opera, became the living room of the acteurs of the Viennese culture scene. In the Sacher Eck the dynamic young scene of Vienna meets for fine culinaric creations or a noble glass of Austrian wine.
All of the rooms display a harmonic unity of tradition and contemporary comfort and feature an en suite bathroom with hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers. Further facilities include a direct dial telephone, an Internet connection, satellite/ cable TV. All rooms have a minibar and a hire safe in addition to adjustable air conditioning.
Guests are invited to serve themselves from the breakfast buffet.
The hotel was established in 1876 and has a total of 152 rooms spread over 7 floors. Facilities on offer include the traditional Cafe Sacher, a restaurant and a bar. There are lifts to guests' rooms.
The hotel offers guests the use of a gym, a sauna and a steam bath. There is also the option of relaxing with a massage (charges apply).