1. Authentic and unique down to the very last detail - a new atmosphere of luxury and comfort in the newly refurbished rooms and suites at the Hotel Sacher Salzburg!

  2. "Sacher Chefpartie" - 10 years Café Sacher Graz ©Rene Pirker

  3. The „Österreichischer Hof“ was opened in 1866 and its wonderful location near the Salzach River was only one of the reasons why the Hotel soon achieved worldwide renown.

  4. The Sacher Salzburg presents the results of the comprehensive refurbishment programm: 20 completely renovated rooms, a new terrace on the Salzach side and a modernized conservatory, refurbished banquet rooms and a renovated bar.

  5. John Lennon and Yoko Ono caused an uproar when they invited the press to a sleep in at the Hotel Sacher Wien. They gave their interview - totally naked - from under the sheets.

  6. Three new penthouse suites on the 7th floor of Hotel Sacher Vienna are the perfect place to enjoy Austria’s capital city. The private roof terraces offer exclusive views over Vienna’s most famous sights and make your stay unforgettable

  7. Hotel Sacher Wien: All of the historic rooms and suites were renovated and adapted to meet the demands of the 21th century.

  8. In Graz, the second independent Café Sacher is opend.

  9. Sacher joins Facebook and conquers social media. At the same time, it shows further signs of renewal - both the Hotel Sacher Wien and the Hotel Sacher Salzburg are "in motion".

  10. As the top luxury hotel in Vienna, the Hotel Sacher opens a spa, which, due to its unique offerings and exceptional level, immediately becomes a "Leading Spa".

  11. The Vienna hotel is modernized. For the first time ever, the Sacher Hotel is closed for 10 weeks, as public areas such as the entrance, concierge desk, lobby, and front desk are renovated. The top floor is expanded, enlarging the hotel by 52 rooms. The renovations are designed by French interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon.

  12. The Sacher Eck', an elegant wine bar with modern architecture, is opened in the Hotel Sacher Wien

  13. In Innsbruck, the first independent Café Sacher is opened.

  14. The Sacher hotels become a member of the "Leading Hotels of the World".

  15. Hans Gürtler dies. His son Rolf takes over the business but dies a few months later in a tragic accident. His son, Peter Gürtler, assumes responsibility for the business.

  16. The Hotel Sacher is expanded. Several small courtyards are integrated into the interior design, and banquet rooms are created.