Two spacious, light-filled rooms form the basic framework of the harmonious suite.
The color palette, a composition of mustard yellow, taupe and fuchsia, is punctuated by timeless designs. Prominently positioned in front of the large double window, a 1930s desk designed by Josef Hoffmann invites guests to write travel notes by hand. A modern wooden bench from the design house Vitra acts as a clear counterpoint. The living room is spatially separated from the bedroom by a double door with glass cassettes, as can be found in many old buildings in the inner districts of Vienna. The suite is dedicated to the eldest daughter of the hotel's founder, Otto Ernst Wiesenthal.
See photos of the Camilla Suite #62 below.
Do you also want to stay in a suite like #62? It is a Suite L.