Restaurants & Bars
Room amenities include air conditioning, HDTV, hairdryer, in-room safe, mini-bar, direct-dial telephone with data port, private bath/shower, Victorian soaking tub, alarm clock, radio, iron/ironing board, coffee/tea making facilities including complimentary drinks/water, wireless internet access, high speed internet access*, spa/fitness room access, 24-hour in room dining.
The Le Meridien Vienna offers the following restaurants:
Restaurant Shambala - The distinct ambiance of the chic Shambala Restaurant, accented in moody violet and indigo, sets a precedent in innovative culinary dining. This restaurant's imaginative kitchen inspires diners with its lively creations for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.
Terrace Shambala - Surrounded by the peaceful Schiller Park and historical facades, best of all... On good weather days: chilling out over a barbecue. The good old barbecue with a modern touch. For the barbecue buffet. Every Friday.
In summer there is live cooking on the garden terrace during the stopwatch-verified longest sunshine hours. Off to the “Mediterranean”. That is how you feel between olive trees and lavender bushes. And all this in the middle of Vienna, with unrestricted views of Schiller Park. Open daily from 12:00 pm to 11:30 pm.
24-hour room service
The Le Meridien Vienna offers the following bars:
Bar Shambala - Lounge with live DJs. The city’s hot spot. The perfect chill-out area, both exciting and relaxing. Meeting point of the Viennese scenesters and a must for trend-setters. As THE hot spot in Vienna, Bar Shambala at Le Meridien delights not only the Viennese but also international guests with its daily DJ line-up and prestigious VIP events. Not forgetting flirty cocktails and tasty snack creations. Open daily from 5:00 pm to 2:00 am.
Le Moët Bar - Morning: ILLY coffee, freshly-squeezed juices, smoked ham canapés, cheddar cheese and chives. Or Gervais creme fraiche with radishes. Or scrambled eggs with herbs and smoked trout. Or gravad lax with a honey-mustard sauce. And a glass of champagne?
Afternoon: Teatime or time for an espresso. Coffee house 2.0 awaits. Lounging with delicious snacks, hand-picked from a culinary world trip. Hummus with olive oil. Or a brioche burger with grilled black pudding and mango. Or prawn cocktail. Or a Caesar salad. And perhaps a glass of champagne?
Evening: Food lovers in the gourmet bar. Onion soup with cheddar-crisp wonton. Or a light club sandwich with avocado and homemade chips. Or a roast breast and glazed leg of quail served with a goldenseal and poultry reduction. All that with what other than a glass of champagne?