of Natural Energy
House of Time is built on a land that previously held a
Carmelite monastery. As monasteries are known to be built on locations with strong natural and spiritual energy, it’s no surprise to see the area surrounding House of Time – a popular and thriving part of town – exuding with artistic energy and
Joie De Vivre
Before the end of the century, House of Time was famed for its masquerade balls, which allowed the Viennese society to enjoy the luxuries of life freely without fear of getting recognized. Emperor Franz Joseph I is believed to have anonymously stepped into the wild side with his friends here.
Whether you want to experience living the life of luxury during the Roman Empire or relishing pleasure from the East, discover how the passage of time was able to shape House of Time, the city’s luxurious residence where time stands still.
Count Sandor -
A Textbook Bon Vivant
Count Sandor is a man well known in the Viennese high society for his devil-may-care attitude and eccentric adventures and public equestrian outings. Through his numerous spellbinding soirees and gatherings at House of Time, he was able to ingratiate himself with the aristocracy.
With six world-class architects and designers, House of Time was successfully revamped into a residence containing five
Luxury Suites, with each suite offering an unparalleled experience.
Enjoy the unique experiences each Suite has to offer as you
enter a different dimension and forget the present time.