City break in the city we are already familiar with, is the kind of an escapade, without hustle. When done in two, it’s more than that. It’s couple therapy.
Dust on the bookshelves? Cupboard that needs to be fixed for several weeks? Leave them behind the door of your apartment, together with the unanswered emails. Take the prettiest you have in your closet and check-in to the best possible hotel at your favorite city.
There is the only rule – no practical thoughts and conversations are allowed during your weekend getaway. Try your worst. Be decadent, frivolous, unapologetically romantic, thriftless. If that doesn’t sound like you, it’s fine. You still can roleplay.
And so, we packed, left the keys to our cat sitter and just a bit later, we found ourselves in quite a different world. In the stylish, generous space of the Park Suite in the PARK HYATT VIENNA, where one doesn’t need to care about anything at all. Maybe, just, what to eat, drink or dress, if something.
DRESS: by MICHAELA LUPTAKOVA
Magic of Known
Imagine this. You have no list of ‘must see’ places because you have already seen most of them. Pick only Crème de la Crème, instead. That’s the magic of known. Add great portion of glamour and you get almost unreal ambience, for your romance. Park Hyatt Vienna brings the essence of the Austrian capital, directly to our suite. The sleek design subtly blends contemporary accents with the historical foundations. So we are ready to get pampered and the hotel just does it.
Prime location of the Park Hyatt Vienna, among the Austrian major cultural landmarks guarantees it takes no more than a short stroll, to visit anything worthy in the city. Just in case you really insist on leaving the room, once.
The evening performance in the Vienna State Opera seems to be just a convenient time to finally leave the hotel suite for a while. The flattering silver-black jumpsuit by Michaela Luptakova is my easy choice for such a perfect night out of this world.
Creative direction and photos: DANIELA RIFAI Assistance: MARTIN JESNY in cooperation with PARK HYATT VIENNA. All the views and opinions are our own.