Schloss Schönbrunn palace is just around the corner from Parkhotel Schönbrunn, and the Vienna zoo is practically the hotel’s front yard. This deluxe hotel is a unique combination of Viennese flair, influences from imperial times and modern comfort.
Guests of Emperor Franz Joseph used to reside and dine at Parkhotel Schönbrunn when they had to wait for an audience with the Emperor. After two years of renovation work, the hotel today offers a top-quality experience, beautifully “packaged” in a castle-like hotel.
Its excellent location next to Schloss Schönbrunn and vicinity to the underground station as well as its distinctive imperial atmosphere make this hotel unique in Vienna.
The oldest (since 1824) still existing coffee house in Vienna. Beethoven and Mozart already played here.
The house in which Café Frauenhuber is located today already existed in 1746, as can be seen from an engraving by Salomon Kleiner preserved from that time (the original is in Cafe Frauenhuber). As a coffee house it was mentioned since 1824 and was completely renovated in 2000.
A classic cafe from the late 19th Century. Synonym for the Viennese coffeehouse. Location for famous films like "Before Sunrise", "A dangerous method" , "Kronprinz Rudolf", Für immer und ewig - Georg Trakl".
Franz Landtmann opened his coffee house in 1878. Nowadays it is one of the most famous and established Viennese Coffeehouse- Institutions.
Guests: Peter Altenberg, Sigmund Freud, Gustav Mahler, Max Reinhardt, Marlene Dietrich, Romy Schneider, Burt Lancaster, Hans Moser, die niederländische Königin Juliane, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Sir Paul Mc Cartney.
Café Museum has been a location frequented by many geniuses of the 20th century. Since its inauguration in 1899 it has been a meeting point for painters such as Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka, writers such as Joseph Roth, Karl Kraus, Georg Trakl, Elias Canetti, Hermann Broch, Robert Musil and Leo Perutz. Even famous composers such as Alban Berg and Franz Lehar were also regulars at the café as well as architects such as Otto Wagner and Adolf Loos.
The legendary architect Adolf Loos who was responsible for the original interior design of the Café Museum. In 1931 the interior design was replaced by a design of Josef Zotti. Zotti was for his time a very famous architect who had already designed the original garden of the Café Museum in 1911. In the year 2003 the interiors were replaced again by the original Loos replicas. This angered some of the café’s regular guests as Zotti’s box seating arrangement was far more cosy and welcoming than that of Loos’s puristic wooden seating design.
Mid 2010 the Café Museum was taken over by Berndt and Irmgard Querfeld. The importance of a high level comfort is something the Querfeld family have always been very aware of and therefore they have decided to restore the original Zotti design back to its original glory.
Café house in the 50s style, high ceilings, flooded with light, Thonet armchairs.
In the back: Golden Hall with 200m² in Art Nouveau architecture, golden stucco ceiling, flooded with light, English wicker armchairs.
Café Schwarzenberg was opened in 1861 and is today Vienna's oldest café on the Ringstrasse. From 1921 to 1922, the café was completely redesigned and expanded. The room to the left of the café entrance was added and furnished with marble panelling and mirrors. This change, as well as the design of the ladies' room, was carried out by Adolf Loos, according to the Federal Monuments Authority in Austria. In the course of the renovation, the café was fitted with turquoise-blue tiles and the ceilings were covered with mosaic tiles decorated with gold leaf. A small part of the original ceiling is still preserved in the "buffet" area.
1979 - 1980 saw the second radical redecoration. The tiled walls were panelled with wood and covered with fabric tapestries. The ceiling mosaics and the mirrors in the "Ladies' Salon" were replaced after they were destroyed by Russian soldiers at the end of World War II. The cracks and fissures in the shattered mirrors were concealed by so-called "Lüftlmalerei" and were not renewed until 1979/1980.
The cocoquadrat coworking space is a modern place to work, network and for self-development. The building was designed by Otto Wagner and built in 1875. Regardless of the historic façade, inside you will find yourself surrounded by eager coworkers. On the ground floor there is a modern coffeeshop with a kitchen on the right and a large area on the left where solopreneurs meet to develop their business. The workspace is equipped with various tables, bookshelves, a printer, telephone boxes and various green plants. On the first floor there are various large rooms for meetings and events, which impress with their clean, modern flair. In total, the coworking space with coffeeshop and meeting rooms covers an area of about 500 square metres.
*** Access and parking facilities ***
The cocoquadrat coworking space can be reached in a few minutes from Matzleinsdorfer Platz via Wiedner Hauptstraße or from Vienna Central Station / Gürtel via Schönburgstraße. Parking spaces are available in the short-stay around cocoquadrat or in the Apcoa-Garage Wiedner Hauptstraße (a 7min walk from there).
*** Arrival by public transport ***
Bus stop Johann-Strauß-Gasse
- Bus 13A
- Tram lines 1, 62
- Badner Bahn WLB
By underground, cocoquadrat is only a few minutes' walk from the U1 station Taubstummengasse. It is also only a 15-minute walk from Karlsplatz (U1, U2, U4).
Freiraum is a very well known restaurant in Vienna. It offers a large variety of motives on a surface of about 600m2, which are divided into different areas:
Two kitchens, an own baking station, two cocktail bars, cafe on two levels, over 100 seats in the restaurant area. This is a former tailor shop with huge windows into the courtyard. The lounge area is located in a kind of winter garden with large side windows and roof windows. In addition, there is a loft-like room, partly with bricks, with its own event area.
Gerstner Salons Privés in Palais Todesco are situated in a prominent location opposite the Vienna State Opera and are among the most breathtaking locations in the city. The magnificent interior with historical ceiling paintings, gold-decorated wood panelling, imposing marble columns and generous hall alignments create a unique setting.
With 636 rooms and over 3500 m² of flexible event space, we are Europe's largest downtown meeting and event hotel. We are located directly at the beautiful Stadtpark, right in the heart of Vienna, yet only 16 minutes by City Airport Train from the airport. Inspired by Viennese modernism and secession, we have created a single experience that captures the enchanting charm of the city.
Experience the most charming side of Vienna
Trend and tradition, elegance and discreet luxury since 1982
Hotel Bristol, by tradition a source of inspiration, enchants and mesmerises. George Gershwin wrote here his “An American in Paris”, Catherine Deneuve shot scenes for a film in the bar, opera singer Nellie Melba was the inspiration for the sweet temptation of the famous Peach Melba ice-cream dessert, and the Prince of Wales even brought his beloved Wallis Simpson to Vienna, but in doing so evidently lost not only his heart, but also his crown.
Hotel Bristol with its unique location vis-à-vis the Vienna State Opera, has been one of Vienna’s prime addresses ever since 1892. Artists, stars, monarchs and business travellers have long appreciated the comfort, delightful service and cosmopolitan flair of the hotel. There is no better place from which to immerse yourself here and now in VIENNA, capital of music, incomparable metropolis and former imperial city.
Hotel Bristol is an art deco gem. With the judicious integration of modern design, the hotel offers an ambience that captivates guests with its stylish charm and deeprooted history. Legendary and famous: the striking stairway up to the suites with a view of the Vienna State Opera, the valuable original paintings and antiques, and naturally the open hearth in the lounge. Equally noteworthy is the American Bar. Going out or coming home, Hotel Bristol is a popular home base and meeting place.
The former hunting residence of Count Lascy from 1781 is now a 4-star hotel in a historic ambience. Surrounded by a 120,000 m² park, Hotel Schloss Wilhelminenberg is located in one of the most beautiful green areas of Vienna and offers a breathtaking view over Vienna.
It is an ideal, spacious location for film shoots and perfectly suited for special events for up to 2000 people. The historic house has 87 elegant rooms including 4 suites, a castle restaurant, a spacious terrace with incomparable views over Vienna, winter garden, library and stylish banquet facilities.
Unlike any other place, the Vienna Coffee Museum presents the history of the brown bean and provides insights into the world famous "Viennese coffee house culture", which was declared a UNESCO world heritage.
The museum provides both, information and experience, through past and present exhibits alike. Learn everything about coffee, from the harvest to the product in the cup, in an eventful and visual way.
Künstlerhaus, one of the largest art associations in Austria, was built in 1868 as a center for culture and art. Positioned centrally at the Karlsplatz, its form and layout are based on the design of an Italian renaissance villa. Following a thorough restoration phase, the building continues to echo its original plan, however it is now provided with high-end technology and equipment, allowing to proceed with various types of exhibitions and events. Furthermore, the Stadkino (former Künstlerhauskino with a historic hall dating back to 1948) as well as the hospitality spaces of Ludwig & Adele (including a café, a restaurant and a bar) are located in the Künstlerhaus building.
In the Exhibition Center you have up to 4 exhibition halls with between 8.000-16.000m². The halls can be subdivided and combined (smallest area around 1.600m²), with the possibility of darkening and lined with concrete walls and black mastic asphalt. The empty hall area is ideal and flexible for photo shootings. Power and water connections on request. Small office units for mask, props etc. available. Simple delivery. Numerous parking possibilities on site.
In 1822 a 128 meter long greenhouse was erected, in the Hofburg palace gardens, incorporating part of the old city wall. In 1901 the architect Friedrich Ohman was comissioned to build the splendid Jugendstil palmhouse which stands on the site today, which replaced the original structure. It took five years to build Ohmans creation, which is now a major tourist attraction in its own right. It is perhaps the most beautiful Jugendstil greenhouse ever built. By 1988 the building had fallen into disrepair and was closed to the public. Ten years and $17m later the refurbished building was reopened to the public.
The 2050 sqm. building houses plants used to decorate official functions, one of Viennas most popular restaurants and of course the tropical butterfly house.
"Penta is a welcoming space, with a smile first - question later policy."
Das Penta liegt gleich um die Ecke von Wiens historischem Stadtzentrum und ist der perfekte Ort, um diese kultige Stadt zu erkunden. Mit sechs Etagen und 117 Zimmern nimmt dich das modernistische Design des Penta mit in die Vergangenheit. Sobald du das Hotel betrittst, wirst du von der Arbeit des italienischen Architekten Matteo Thun begrüßt, der einen Raum geschaffen hat, der Lobby, Hotel und Bar nahtlos miteinander verbindet. Es der perfekte Ort, um sich auf den neusten Stand der Dinge zu bringen oder einfach zu entspannen.
Das Herzstück des Hauses - die pentalounge - ist ca. 320m² groß und bietet Platz für 220 Personen. Ideal für Events, Partys, Produktionen oder einfach nur um den Abend gemütlich ausklingen zu lassen.
Ingesamt gibt es 13 PKW Stellplätze im Innenhof und in der Tiefgarage.
Nestled in the heart of one Europe's leading cultural capitals, the Radisson Blu Style Hotel is close to Vienna's most exciting up-market retail and fashion quarter and the world-famous Café Central. A unique and contemporary hotel, the Radisson SAS Style Hotel offers excellent dining and leisure facilities, comfortable and stylish rooms and personalised service.
The hotel is next to Kohlmarket, Graben and Freyung
St. Stephen's Cathedral, the State Opera and the Imperial Hofburg Palace are within walking distance
All 78 designer rooms and suites have a unique and contemporary design
Free Broadband including wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel
Sapori is a modern and hip Italian gourmet restaurant offering an exciting food and mood experience
H12, local and italian wines offers seasonal cocktails and the famous Milan-style Aperitifs
Conference facilities such as Hofburg Congress, Palais Niederoesterreich, Palais Ferstel and Palais Daun-Kinsky are right around the corner
Two conference room with state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment
The RED CHAPEL is a cultural space in "Building E" of the former Geriatriezentrums at the Wienerwald in Vienna-Hietzing. Originally it was an "Einsegungskapelle", served as a patient coffee lastly and has been used as a cultural space since 2016. It is located on the mezzanine floor and can be reached by elevator free of barriers. The stained glass windows, the ceiling lighting with three pole clusters, the domed vault and the gallery above the entrance characterise the unique ambience of the room.
The hall is furnished with round tables and Thonet chairs and offers 75 square metres of space for a maximum of 50 seats and 80 standing places, the adjoining rooms (kitchen and artist's wardrobe) each comprise 10 square metres. The extensive equipment allows a varied use of the chapel for cultural events, discussions, conferences/seminars, parties, photo shootings, film shoots etc. The interior is flexible, the garden behind the chapel can be shared.
The Restaurant Schubert is a spacious restaurant with several, partly lavishly designed rooms. It is suitable as a film location, as a base camp or for crew catering. The restaurant has a terrace, a garden and a salettl. The rooms range from a baroque "Kuppelzimmer" with an elaborate ceiling fresco, a modern and cosy fireplace room to a rustic "Nussstube". An office and a small apartment with about 35 square meters each are also available.
The restaurant is located at the foot of the medieval Mölker Bastei (original Schottenbastei), next to the romantic backdrop of the Drei-Mäderl-Haus and the Beethoven/Pasqualati-Haus. The Mölkerbastei was built in 1531, in 1776 the "Schreyvogelgasse" (pedestrian zone with cobblestone pavement) was built on it. House no. 6 with its classicist façade was built in 1771, neighbouring house no. 8 with its late Baroque façade at the end of the 18th century.
In the immediate vicinity are the Burgtheater, the main university of Vienna, the town hall and the Ringstrasse.
Supersense is an analog delicatesse in the landmarked Dogenhof near Praterstern in Vienna and appeals with its amazing products to all five senses. Arranged in the categories TASTE, SEE, FEEL, HEAR and SMELL the products of the future and past meet in a unique way. After enjoying the probably best coffee in Vienna and simply good food from the fire-kitchen at the Dogenhof-Restaurant in the front area, you can record your own 90-seconds-Vinylsingle, take a picture with the worlds biggest polaroid camera or discover endless other curiosities in the rear area of this cabinet of wonder.
Café with event hall for concerts, exhibitions, theater, seminars, workshops, shootings etc. in a former tournament hall, in the middle of the art and culture complex of the Brick-5 site. The restaurant located on the ground floor with about 65 seats is accessible via an idyllic courtyard.
Ground floor - restaurant:
* wooden floor - approx. 100 m²
* fully equipped kitchen - approx. 20 m²
1st floor - hall for events:
* light-flooded room
* suitable for seminars, workshops, conferences, exhibitions, cultural events, company celebrations, photo and video shootings
* wooden floor - approx. 225 m²
* roof terrace - approx. 200 m²