The Billrothhaus was built in 1893 and combines the tradition of the Vienna Medical School's with the requirements of a modern medical event center. It is located in the heart of Vienna and is one of the finest medical-historical monuments in Europe.
In the traditional ballroom of the Billrothhaus medical and scientific congresses, symposia and evening events can be held. The renovated premises (classroom / administration room / reading room / library) are available for medical-related press conferences, consensus meetings, round-table discussions and seminars. The adapted library area is suitable for receptions, cocktail parties and corporate exhibitions.
This over 90 year old Viennese Cafe close to the Naschmarkt is an institution, because it is open Thur-Sun for 24 hours. In 2007, Cafe Drechler was gently renovated by Sir Terence Conran and Conran & Partners.
Craft beer bar working with small and independent breweries.
The bar exists since 30 years, has an old flair due to the dark wood. The first room has a nice round counter. Second room has tall tables and chairs. There is no kitchen.
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.
The 252 meter high tower was built in 1964 on occasion of the international Garden Festival at the danube riverside. The Cafè Panorama (at a level of 160m) and the Restaurand "Donauwalzer" (at a level of 170m) offers the best 360°-panoramic view of the city.
2011, the décor was created as a elegant and casual restaurant, with the aim of expanding the gastronomic offer of the trendy baroque Augarten. The decor is placed in the left wing of Schloss Augarten, in the immediate vicinity of the New Viennese Porcelain Manufactory (Neue Wiener Porzellanmanufaktur). Into the local with it´s architecturally facets and two breezy sidewalk cafés, we invite you for leisurely breakfasts, reasonably lunches, excited afternoon chats and casual dinners or a deserved night cap - all this in the for Augarten typical aura of serenity, sense of history and joy of life.
Freiraum offers various locations by its huge room which is divided in different spaces:
Two kitchens, an own bakery, two cocktail bars and a cafe on two levels as well as over 100 places in the restaurant. This aerea is a former tailoring, disposing of enormous windows showing through Mariahilferstrasse. The so called "Wintergarden" offers a huge side window and a roodlight.
This magnificent building in the style of the Neo-Renaissance was built on behalf of the banker, Eduard Freiherr von Todesco, in the years 1861 to 1864 by the architects Ludwig von Förster and Theophil von Hansen. The artist Carl Rahl designed the interior ceiling painting. The walls and ceilings are made of precious wood paneling and the ballroom itself is a work of art. The painting "Judgement of Paris" is located on the ceiling of the former, also richly decorated, dining room, now Salon Paris.
The Hofburg Congress Center offers 182,000 sq. ft of space spread across 35 rooms for events for anything from 50 to 4,900 people. The crowning glory comes courtesy of the imperial staterooms — complete with state-of-the-art conference equipment. The Habsburg’s former winter residences covers a total of 5.381.955 sq. ft. and comprises 18 wings with 54 staircases, 19 courtyards and 2,600 rooms.
Located in downtown Vienna near the Karlsplatz, the hotel DAS TRIEST, by Sir Terence Conran, is THE masterpiece of hotel design in Austria.
Guests from around the world have come to treasure the unmistakable exclusivity expressed in every detail of the hotel's furnishings and interior design which, taken all together, create a unique atmosphere of intimacy and individuality.
We are the SMART Hotel in Vienna for modern travelers from all over the world. Our house connect viennese tradition with modern age. Innovative technologies will support our guests with booking, room choice and check-in. In our house you will encounter viennese expressions as well as a range of traditional and modern elements of viennese culture.
The MuseumsQuartier Wien is one of the ten largest cultural complexes in the world. It is a forward-looking, inner-city cultural district. The MuseumsQuartier unites baroque buildings, new architecture, cultural institutions of all sizes, various disciplines of art, and recreational facilities in a single spectacular location.
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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.
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 „Sträußelsäle“ is the intermission room at the Theater in der Josefstadt. It has a Biedermeier atmosphere and can be used as ball room or for other big events. In 2007 the Sträußelsäle were gently renovated.
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 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.
The philosophy of this brand new boutique hotel is to make the guests feel like they are in their own living room. The interior design of bristish designer Sir Terence Conran and Conran & Partners, combines an awareness of trends with comfort and functionality. Elegant, well-shaped furniture out of high-quality material, in no need of any further decoration - generate a harmonious overall image and underline the chic atmosphere. A main focus lies on the details and pieces of furniture that were produced by traditional austrian manufacturers based on oiginal designs, which represent the avant-garde design of the fin-de-siècle. The Guesthouse Vienna has 39 rooms and suites available in the 8-storey building. The smallest room-category starts with 23m². The middle-category is between 32m² and 35m² and offers a view through big lounge-windows on to the historical buildings Albertina or the state opera. The suites, available with 2 storeys, come in sizes from 37m² - 52m². "The Guesthouse Vienna" lies in the heart of Vienna, directly behind the state opera and the famous Albertina.
Built in 1912, the VOTIV KINO is one of the oldest still existing cinemas in Vienna. Often rebuilt and managed by many changing owners the turbulent history of this cinema stands as a substitute for more than 90 years of everyday culture. Renovated in 1987 and 1999, the historically evolved character of the cinema remains preserved while at the same time the cinema is adapted to today's demands for comfort and projection quality.