in Baden near Vienna


Franz Sacher’s summer residence, a Biedermeier period castle in the romantic Helenenthal, was to be inherited by his third son Karl (1849-1929), who expanded the property and founded the Hotel Sacher in Baden. It was here that Franz Sacher spent the last years of his life. Carl Sacher bequeathed the hotel to his son Carletto (1876–1960), who lived there with his wife Carla Sacher (1889–1989). The hotel was closed during the occupation after World War II. In 1956 it was reopened under the direction of Carletto and Carla Sacher and their children Carl-Ferdinand (1912 – 1991) and Marina. When Carla Sacher turned 100, a glamorous celebration took place at the Sacher family residence in Baden. From a young age, Marina’s daughter, Irene Sacher, devoted herself to the Hotel Sacher in Baden and the Sacher Residence in Baden. The Sacher family residence in Baden was sold in 2008 to the Schwarz family, who renovated the house and provided it as a guest house.





Free parking on site and next to the hotel.

A bus stop is 50 meters from the guest house. You can reach the center of Baden in just 5 minutes by bus.

From the center of Baden (Joseph Platz) to the center of Vienna (Wiener Staatsoper) high-speed tram every 20 min.