LEO LOVES VIENNA
THE LEO GRAND is a monument in the middle of Vienna's city center and the perfect starting point to discover the hidden places and attractions of the city. There is so much to see, hear and experience.
We proudly present: LEO'S favourites.
Trust us, he is a big deal! In the Museum of Art History you have the opportunity to not only admire our Leo, but also to discover art from different eras. We could spend days here marvelling, discovering and lingering. Don’t hesitate to ask us, we will inform you about exhibitions and our special offers for Vienna’s must-see.
Mamma Mia! The cult italian restaurant has been offering a unique Tuscany feeling in the middle of Vienna since 1995. Fresh fish, homemade pasta and seasonal highlights such as black truffles and chanterelle mushrooms are just as much a part of the menu as the most exquisite Italian wines.
Probably the most exclusive supermarket in Vienna. Since 1862, Julius Meinl has stood for quality and a handful of selected goods. Right in the heart of Vienna, Gourmets and food lovers can discover five generations of a whole world of exquisite delicacies. A true experience to look forward to!
365 DAYS OF SUNSHINE.
Fresh air, sunshine, and an exclusive view on the St. Stephen's Cathedral right in the heart of Vienna!
Lamée Rooftop stands our with its colorful setting and a lovely atmosphere and guarantees summer vibes the whole year round. The creative cocktails and drinks served make it the perfect hotspot in the city!
Finally! Maison Sisley opened its doors in Vienna and we are delighted to be neighbors. Enter a world of deep relaxation and indulge in luxurious beauty treatments that will make you feel truly pampered.
THE LEO GRAND hotel guests get -20% discount on beauty products and an upgrade on beauty treatments.
Design is one of the main features of MAK. The museum shows furniture, glass, china, silver, and textiles from the Middle Ages to the present day. Precious crafts from the Wiener Werkstätte, bentwood furniture by Thonet and art nouveau highlights such as the gilded design of Gustav Klimt for the frieze of the Stoclet Palais in Brussels.