Editorial: The ‘Imperial’ in City Life

For years, the bar at the Hotel Imperial was one of the spots for a late night drink – with an inconspicuous entrance off the Ringstraße, lush and intimate, with thick carpets, red satin, braided rope and Baroque, all the subdued, comfortable elegance of a club library. There were shared spaces and quiet corners, a […]
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