About the Strasser
Graz is unique.
The Hotel Strasser too.
It is a house with history and its own style, a place where the Mediterranean and Austria meet. A hotel that is shaped by different epochs and times. Built around 1900, it has had enough years and owners to grow, change, develop. The result is a hotel with personality that has always retained its essence: the love of hospitality.
Those who value character will find themselves in the Hotel Strasser.The Strasser Hotel
Once Strasser, always Strasser.
Travel climate friendly
Arrive comfortably by train, walk 3 minutes, check in.
We like it personally
With us you are a guest instead of a booking number. Your wishes count.
Right in the middle of the action
Walk to the city center, come back by tram. You live centrally & well connected
Business in front, party in the back
Are you traveling for business or leisure? Both ways you will feel like home in the Strasser.
Dreaming of the past, enjoying the present
A double room. To dream like Tchaikovsky.
Find yourself on the wonderfully comfortable double bed, whether as a couple or alone, and dream: of princes and swan queens, of your explorations in Graz, of the cappuccino the next morning. Welcome to our fairytale double room.
from € 80.- per night and room
One room. Made to transform.
Like a caterpillar in the evening, like a butterfly in the morning: that has seldom been easier. Slip into the made cocoon, dream a wonderfully restful sleep, wake up like newly born. The single room offers you the space you need for yourself. And who knows, you might even flutter to the breakfast buffet?
from € 70.- per night and room
Eat & Drink
For night owls and morning persons
Sink in the soft cushions in the lobby lounge, enjoy a drink at the bar and chat with the reception team about your arrival, your plans in Graz or life itself: there is space for everything in the Strasser. We take time for you.
In the morning you enjoy the breakfast buffet prepared with love. Is it the cappuccino that brings a touch of Italy to your mind - or is it the dark wood of the breakfast area that reminds you a little of an Italian tavern?Eat & Drink