Located in Vienna, Austria, the Grand Ferdinand is a relatively new luxury hotel centrally set near many sightseeing interests, shops, and eateries. The Grand Ferdinand was once the headquarters of Veitscher Magnesitwerke (a manufacturer of heat-resistant refractory products). Its director was Dr. Hans Lauda, grandfather of Formula One world champion Niki Lauda, whose company car was a Jaguar. More specifically, the very Jaguar that guests of the Grand Ferdinand can now hire for outings. Travelers may also opt for the Maserati Quattroporte for a daily fee.
Guests can choose to relax in the rooftop pool, which offers incredible views of Vienna's cultural hub. Care to grab some authentic Austrian cuisine? The Grand Ferdinand houses a bright restaurant that offers dishes like plum dumplings and Wiener Schnitzel. For a more exclusive feel, guests, their visitors, and external guests with special club membership can dine in the Grand Étage located on the hotel’s rooftop. Travelers can get in a quick workout to burn off that apple strudel in the hotel’s exercise room.
A line in Austria's national anthem goes, "A nation blessed with beauty.” The Grand Ferdinand is nothing short of beautiful, peppered with Lobmeyr chandeliers and Wiener Silbermanufaktur silverware. Anyone who chooses to stay here will receive top service and will surely want to return.