Image: Daniel Graz
Wish I'd known about this hotel when we were in the area earlier this year as I definitely would have stopped by to have a look around.

Situated next to Graz's main railway station, the Daniel Graz was originally constructed in 1886 but completely rebuilt on site about 60 years later by architect Georg Lippert who was contracted to reconstruct the hotel following its destruction during World War II.  Lippert chose a style characteristic of the architecture of the 1950s and consequently the exterior of the hotel has a modern, kitsch feel to it.  Subsequent renovations have modernised and updated the interior and the hotel now offers an intimate feel with reasonably priced rooms and a smart, modern decor.


Images: Daniel Graz

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