Named after the grand piano of the same name which finds its place in the suite. The Viennese piano manufacturer Bösendorfer was founded in 1828 and has been significantly involved in the development of 19th and 20th century piano music from the very beginning. Starting with the piano virtuoso Franz Liszt, Bösendorfer can look back on a long and prominent list of customers. In other respects, too, the spacious suite impresses with its timeless design, a handpicked selection of art objects and, for example, a tiled stove from the previous century. A photograph by Annie Leibovitz hangs opposite a painting by artist Robin Christian Andersen (b. 1890 † 1969). In the bedroom is the famous "Zettel'z" lamp by Ingo Maurer and a work by Viennese artist Alexander Ruthner (b. 1982). The latter also dressed the hotel's entrance with his signature grass paintings.
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