Palais-Hotel Erzherzog Johann Graz

Themed rooms

Something extraordinary?

If you are looking for something flamboyant you might like our special themed rooms.

 

Wanda Sacher Masoch-Zimmer

The ‘Wanda Sacher Masoch Room’ was especially designed in 2003 for the European Capital of Culture year. The room features a shower, telephone, satellite TV, minibar, safe and trouser press, air-conditioning, hairdryer, Wi-Fi.

Furnishing:

  • shower
  • satellite TV
  • minibar
  • air-conditioning
  • hair dryer
  • safe & trouser press
  • telephone
  • WI-FI

Starting from € 94,- per room and night

Kaiser Maximilian Zimmer

If you want to enjoy a truly royal stay, the Kaiser Maximilian Room is for you. The bed is an original – in the full sense of the word – as it was especially made for Kaiser Maximilian in Mexico, with the brass being brought in from England. On his journey to Trieste he stopped in Graz and spent the night in the custom-made construction. The bed was carefully restored and lengthened, as Kaiser Maximilian was rather short.

Furnishing:

  • shower
  • tea and coffee maker
  • satellite TV
  • minibar
  • air-conditioning
  • hair dryer
  • safe
  • telephone
  • WI-FI

Starting from € 94,- per room and night

Morrocan room

You travel on your own and want to feel a little breath of the Orient? The morrocan romm is for you! Looking on the little deatails, you will quickly feel a little "Arabian Nights Flair".

Furnishings:

  • shower
  • satellite TV
  • minibar
  • air-conditioning
  • hair dryer
  • safe
  • telephone
  • WI-FI

Starting from € 64,- per room and night

Kaiser Maximilian Room
Kaiser Maximilian Room
Wanda Sacher Masoch Room
Wanda Sacher Masoch Room
Wanda Sacher Masoch Room
Wanda Sacher Masoch Room
Morrocan Room - single room
Interesting facts

Wander Sacher Masoch

Born in Graz on March 14, 1845 Wanda von Sacher Masoch (née Angelika-Aurora Rümelin) of course holds a special place in our house with a room dedicated to the author who wrote under the name of ‘Wanda von Dunajew’.

After exchanging letters she married the author Sacher-Masoch in 1873 at 26 years of age and lived with him in different cities such as Vienna, Bruck an der Mur, Budapest or Leipzig. In their marriage she was what Sacher-Masoch called the Cruel Wanda in his novella Venus in Furs. They got divorced in 1887. From 1882 to 1888 she lived in France, with her lover Armand as Jacques Saint-Cère (Armand Rosenthal, 1855–1898), as well as in Lausanne. Until today there is no reliable information on her life for the years beyond 1909. 

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