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  • Pictured here, the 57 Restaurant & Lounge headed by Chef Siegfried Kropfl. Located on the 57th floor, guests dine on a selection of Mediterranean and international-inspired cuisine at the highest restaurant in Austria
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  • Inside Austria's tallest skyscraper is the just-opened Melia Vienna. It occupies 18 of the building's 58 floors and has stunning views over the Danube and Vienna. Parisian architect Dominique Perrault designed Melia Vienna to be a "minimalistic monolith resembling a geometric waterfall with the facade's breaking edge directed toward the city," according to the hotel.
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  • Inside Austria's tallest skyscraper is the just-opened Melia Vienna. It occupies 18 of the building's 58 floors and has stunning views over the Danube and Vienna. Parisian architect Dominique Perrault designed Melia Vienna to be a "minimalistic monolith resembling a geometric waterfall with the facade's breaking edge directed toward the city," according to the hotel.
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  • The Flow Bar.
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  • Pictured here, the 57 Restaurant & Lounge headed by Chef Siegfried Kropfl. Located on the 57th floor, guests dine on a selection of Mediterranean and international-inspired cuisine at the highest restaurant in Austria.
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  • The hotel has 253 guest rooms, including 14 suites that have floor-to-ceiling windows. Pictured here is the Melia Vienna lobby where Flow Bar and Restaurant is located.
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  • The bathroom has an enclosed sauna room, infinity bath tub, double rain shower and luxury shower amenities. It also has a 42-inch bathtub Aqua TV
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  • The master bedroom has a sound system in bedroom and a custom pillow menu and aroma menu. There's also custom-controlled mood lighting. The suite also has a minibar and a Nespresso coffee machine.
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  • Should business need to be conducted, the suite provides a boardroom for 10 people with an external entrance. Catering may also be provided to the boardroom from an adjoining kitchenette. "Secretarial services" can be provided and a Melia Guestroom can be connected to the suite to serve as a separate office. There is complimentary wi-fi.
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  • The suite also comes equipped with a private lounge and separate dining room. There is 24-hour in-room dining. There's an in-room home cinema system, designed for four people, which features a 72"ultra slim LED TV.
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  • The 2,150 square-foot Presidential Suite, priced from about $4,800 per night depending on exchange rate, is located on the 14th floor. It's accessible via a private elevator and has 180-degree views of the Danube and the city below. Presidential suite guests get personalized check-in.
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