The luxury hotel House of Time is built on 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 artistic energy and innovative ideas.
Count Sandor was a man well known in Viennese high society for his devil-may-care attitude, 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 luxury residence and hotel containing five suites, each offering an unparalleled experience. Enjoy the uniqueness each luxury suite has to offer as you enter a different dimension and forget the present time.