The 25hours Hotel Vienna at MuseumsQuartier is their stage. The Augsburg-based design team, Dreimeta, led by Armin Fischer breathes new life into dreams and sensations. You won’t find anything clichée here. Sexy and surprising, surreal and exotic: Vibrant colours, unique vintage finds and exclusive wallpaper by the Berlin-based illustrator, Olaf Hayek shape the design of the 183 guest rooms and 34 suites. The crowning glory: The roof terrace famous across the city with a spectacular view of Vienna and the MuseumsQuartier with the best drinks in the city. In the RIBELLI restaurant, antipasti from our own in-house salumeria, Neapolitan pizzas and traditional dishes hot from the oven are served.
Austrias largest 4 Stars hotel with 522 rooms is located ideal. You can reach the city center with many sights like the opera, Albertina, Ringstraße, the famous Secession or the traditional Naschmarkt - Viennas Market für diverse delicacies, in a few minutes. The Mariahilferstraße, Viennas largest shopping street is also very close.
The unique atmosphere of the Rossini Turm Suite which is kept in a red color and is highlighted by an elaborate design and lots of attention to detail, you can enjoy a fantastic view above the city. Also the breakfast restaurant "Moser", where the famous Austrian actor Hans Moser was born, might present a very special scenery for your shooting.
The new 4-star hotel belonging to Austria Trend Hotels & Resorts is a completion of the T-Center, which won the Otto Wagner Prize for Urban Planning in 2004. The hotel fits ideally into the office and business centre, and "Media Quarter Marx". The hotel is a perfect starting point for the business guest due to its proximity to public transport and to the airport.
The newest hotel highlight of Vienna stands out in bright gold right next to the Technisches Museum (Technical Museum) and within eyeshot of Schloss Schönbrunn. Golden metal panels cover the façade of the hotel, which is equipped with the most modern amenities and state-of-the-art technology. A heavenly place for holiday makers and business travellers who are looking to be enchanted.
Our exclusive rooms are a true delight: exquisite Zebrano timber contrasts with sand-coloured elements, creating a beautiful visual effect in natural and indirect lighting. They also include fantastic views over Schloss Schönbrunn, the palace gardens and the hotel park.
The lush palace gardens are only a short walk away from your “golden palace” and the Vienna city centre is only a short journey away on the underground or tramway.
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.
Located near the city center, directly opposite the "Reed Messe Wien" exhibition center. Our inviting hotel has bold and contemporary architectural features. On the 8th and highest floor, we provide 430 m2 of fitness and wellness overlooking Vienna. For meetings and private events, the Courtyard Vienna Messe provides 14 conference and banquet rooms in a variety of sizes and settings.
The five individual suites are located in former business premises whose original use is reflected in the modern design. The grätzlhotel belvedere is located only five minutes from Vienna's main railway station in the fashionable Karolinenviertel around St.-Elisabeth-Platz.
The boutique hotel Hollmann Beletage is located in the inner city, 3 minutes away from the Stepahnsplatz. The interior is modern but classic and the Hotel provides a SPA- Zone, a garden and a multifunctional seminar room.
HOTEL & PALAIS STRUDLHOF is close to the city center, just a few minutes' walk from the Vienna Ringstrasse. Host your conference amid the contemporary atmosphere and historic ambience of this neo-classical city palace. Stay in rooms and suites that feature modern, comfortable furnishings, some of which afford views of a 2000 m² park.
Hotel Bristol was founded in 1892 and named after the British town of Bristol. Our most recent improvement occurred in 2008 when 48 rooms were renovated. The current décor is a seamless Art Nouveau fusion of fin de siècle antiques and the latest technology—all accentuated by our superior, professional staff's impeccable service.
The Viennese hotel DAS TRIEST is located in the city center near Karlsplatz in the fourth district of Vienna. It has 120 rooms and spacious suites, as well as 5 event rooms and a business suite. On the ground floor there is the Silver Bar and the restaurant Collio (2 Hauben), from which you can access the Mediterranean-green courtyard. In addition, the bistro Porto(1 Haube) is located on the ground floor with a beautiful garden. In the Alimentari, our delicatessen shop, customers can buy Italian delicacies.
The majestic Hotel Imperial and its sumptuous surroundings were originally created in 1863 as the Prince of Württemberg’s Viennese residence. Overlooking the historic Ring Boulevard in central Vienna, the building was transformed into a hotel to accommodate discerning visitors of the 1873 World’s Fair. Truly the palace of a prince, the façade is Italian Neo Renaissance with emblematic details.
Atop the building is a stone balustrade that elegantly frames a group of allegorical animals from the Württemberg coat of arms. The portal group is dominated by four impressive statues that are equally symbolic. The original entrance, flanked by two stone sentry boxes, was wide enough to accommodate a two-horse drawn carriage.
The interior furnishings of the Hotel Imperial artfully showcase the 19th Century romance of Vienna with pristine marble, hand carved statues, and spectacular crystal chandeliers. The time-honored Imperial Restaurant and Kaffeehaus Café Imperial Wien have accommodated many famous authors and composers.
Inside the lobby, a Royal Staircase leading up to suites and rooms is lit by magnificent chandeliers that sparkle and shimmer from high stucco ceilings radiating aristocratic flair. Private balconies offer splendid views of the roofs and spires of old Vienna.
InterContinental Vienna awaits you with newly redesigned rooms and suites. It is the ideal place to start exploring, from nearby city park and St. Stephen's Cathedral to the Schoenbrunn Palace and the Hofburg Imperial Palace to the revitalised Biedermeier quarter and the eclectic Naschmarkt. The hotel offers 16 combined event rooms - some with natural daylight. The conference area is located on the ground and mezzanine floor. The ballroom is the biggest event room with a capacity up to 800 guests and can be split into several rooms.
Traditional Vienna was a place where businessmen, artists, scientists and lovers came together to mix and mingle. Curious and zealous individuals from all over the monarchy and Europe as a whole would flock to the imperial city. Tasteful lifestyle and indulgence played a prominent role in all of this – balls, soirees, concerts and coffeehouses were an obligatory component of this way of life. As one of the most state-of-the-art hotels of its time, our establishment introduced various innovations, such as a lift, or central heating, electricity and running water in all rooms,. During the fading 19th century, the Imperial Court was as much of a paragon for us as it is today, with its wealth of cordiality and cleanliness. The role of the Emperor may perhaps have been reserved to a single person. However, feeling like an emperor — as a result of our professional, charming service — can be experienced by anyone. Timeless things are good, we say!
The charming old Viennese city hotel with a friendly atmosphere is located in the Mayergasse, in the 2nd municipal District. It was built before 1900, and has been regularly renovated and expanded since then. The hotel has a bar, a garden, brightly furnished rooms (single to family rooms).
The Hotel Sacher Wien, founded in 1876 by Eduard Sacher, is located in the first district of Vienna and has 152 rooms and suites, each unique due to its special interior and carefully selected works of art from the family's collection. Right in the center of the city and only a short walk from the opera, the Albertina and St. Stephen's Cathedral - a unique view from the penthouse suites is guaranteed. Furthermore, the restaurants and cafés not only enchant you with savory and sweet delicacies, but also with a unique interior and atmosphere.
An impressive blend of tradition and modernity is reflected in the design of the Hotel Savoyen. Housed in the former building of the Austrian State Print, the hotel represents an architectural bridge from the past to the future. The daylight-bathed atrium, with its lounge and bar, is the focal point of the hotel. It is from here that guests access our 309 comfortably appointed rooms and suites, as well as the Fitness & Vitality Area.
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 Palais Coburg in the heart of Vienna offers culture and luxury comfort to its guests in elegant ambiance. Here it is possible to experience six centuries of building history in an architectural piece of art which was built on the former defence wall of the emperor's city, and as it was in the 19th century , the late residence of the House of Coburg-Gotha with its grand ceremonial rooms is still a venue for elegant representation. Furthermore the Palais Coburg is a place for culinary indulgence, presentation of rare wines and a house in which guests, who love the extraordinary, like to linger.
PALAIS HANSEN KEMPINSKI VIENNA
The 5-Star Superior Palais Hansen Kempinski provides 152 elegant rooms and suits on three levels. Two bars, a cigar lounge, a spa and a fitness area as well as eight event halls and a ball room.
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 Rainers Hotel **** Vienna is located in the immediate vicinity of the main train station. Dark wood and soothing shades of green create a pleasant atmosphere throughout the house. The hotel offers modern rooms and suites, a restaurant with terrace, a bar, a fitness center with indoor golf simulator and 90 parking spaces. The 1000 m² of event space is divided into ten daylight-flooded seminar rooms and an executive lounge.
„Lean Luxury“ is RUBY's philosophy - this means: smaller rooms with the best interior and design for convenient prices.
RUBY Marie Hotel Vienna does not have a restaurant or a spa - however, they offer a great bar and coffee shop
Located on the north-western outskirts of Vienna and surrounded by 120,000 m² of grounds, you will discover Hotel Schloss Wilhelminenberg in one of the most beautifully verdant areas of the city. In the midst of fields, forests and vineyards, the hotel provides the ideal base for city sightseeing tours or business appointments in downtown Vienna.
A house with a rich and storied history, today’s hotel features 87 elegant rooms incl. 4 suites, a palace restaurant, a terrace with incomparable views of Vienna, a winter garden, library and stylish banquet rooms. The 120,000 m² gardens greet you with unique places of strength and energy, whilst also serving as an outstanding venue for special events.
The Senator Hotel **** Vienna offers functional space in a colorful design and is located in the Heuriger area of Vienna. The rooms and suites are furnished in lively colors and offer an oasis of calm, some with a view of the green inner city garden. A hotel bar and the parking garage with 90 parking spaces complete the offer.
The Sofitel - Hilton Vienna is much more than a luxury hotel. It was built by architect Jean Nouvel and has a fantastic view over the city and the St. Stephen's Cathedral. Sofitel is an avant-garde masterpiece and contains 182 elegant rooms and suites, a wellness zone SO SPA and a comfortable business lounge for special business events and celebrations (up to 150 people). On the 18th floor there is a Gourmet Restaurant, Bar & Lounge with colourful ceiling paintings.
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 1850, the neoclassical building located in the close neighborhood of the baroque palace Belvedere in Vienna's third district once served as the Military riding school. Today the historical building accommodates a unique, stylish city center hotel. The 369 guest rooms offer classic modern interiors in a historic setting. The hotel is equipped with an indoor swimming pool with adjoining sunbathing lawn, sauna, solarium and fitness center, two restaurants with a winter garden and summer terrace. Over 1,405 square meters of event space in the main building provide the right setting for up to 500 people. All rooms have daylight and are equipped with the latest conference technology.
Additionally the Imperial Riding School Vienna Hotel offers the Imperial Club Lounge, 26 Imperial Club rooms, 4 maisonette suites and 3 individually designed meeting rooms. More information: www.imperialrenaissance.com
An der Stelle, wo heute unser Hotel steht, stand Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts das Haus „Zum Auge Gottes“. Es wurde 1765 errichtet.
1903 erwarb Friederike Luithlen für eine Besitzergemeinschaft dieses Haus und ließ es durch einen Neubau ersetzen. 1907/08 wurde im Haus nach den Plänen von Robert Oerley eine Privatkrankenanstalt errichtet. Dieses Sanatorium wurde 1908 in Betrieb genommen.
Anfangs hieß es "Sanatorium Luithlen". Nach einem Besitzerwechsel wurde es in "Sanatorium Auersperg" umbenannt.
Im Mezzanin waren die Direktion, das Sekretariat und die Ambulatorien untergebracht. In den Stockwerken darüber befanden sich 34 Krankenzimmer, alle - revolutionär für die damalige Zeit - mit Baderaum und Nebenapartment sowie eigenem Telefonanschluss.
Außerdem gab es Konversationssaal, Speise-, Lese-, Schreib- und Rauchzimmer. Im 4. Stock waren von außen, durch die zwei Glastürme erkennbar, zwei Operationssäle untergebracht. Neben diesem natürlichen Lichteinfall war aber auch eine künstliche Beleuchtung vorgesehen. Beim Bau war auch schon eine Warmwasserheizung für das ganze Haus installiert worden.1964 wurde das Sanatorium geschlossen.
Die Studentenförderungsstiftung richtete in der Folge ein Studentenheim ein, das in den Sommermonaten als Hotel genutzt wurde.
Im Zuge der Adaptierungsarbeiten erfolgte eine Umgestaltung des Dachbereichs. Diesem Umbau fielen sowohl die ehemaligen Operationssäle mit den Glaskuppeln als auch der gläserne Vorbau zum Opfer.
Das Hotel verfügte ursprünglich über 70 Zimmer und Suiten. Das Haus, das 1908 im Stil der damals üblichen „Klassischen Moderne“ errichtet wurde, hat sich trotz mancher Umbauten die ursprünglichen geradlinigen und schlichten architektonischen Elemente erhalten.
Das Hotel übernimmt heute unter anderem die Funktion einer Galerie und bietet seinen Gästen eine exklusive Glasausstellung des international renommierten Künstlers Ioan Nemtoi.
Im Jahr 2010 wurden 3 Zimmer im Erdgeschoss des Hotels zu einem Konferenzraum mit 50m² umgebaut, sodass nun auch Konferenzen mit bis zu 50 Personen im Hotel „The Levante Parliament“ abgehalten werden können.
Die Besonderheit des Hauses liegt in seiner geradlinigen Form, der außergewöhnlichen Architektur aus dem Jahre 1908 und die neue Design-orientierte Gestaltung die in die Gegenwart übergeht.
Alle mit dem Haus verbundenen Einrichtungsgegenstände und Gestaltungselemente sind der innovativen Architektur verpflichtet und spiegeln sich im gesamten Haus wider.
Geboren am 24. August 1876 in Wien, gestorben am 15. November 1945 in Wien.
Oerley, der seit 1902 Mitglied des Hagenbundes und ab 1907 Mitglied der Wiener Secession war, errichtete zunächst mehrere Privatvillen, für die er oft auch das Interieur entwarf, und fühlte sich anfangs einem "strengen" Jugendstil verpflichtet.
Spätestens seit der Errichtung des Sanatoriums Luithlen gehörte er, gemeinsam mit Adolf Loos, Josef Hoffmann und den Brüdern Gessner, zum Kern der österreichischen Avantgarde.
Robert Oerley errichtete 1917 die Zeiss-Werke, die späteren Wiener Radiowerke bzw. Philips Tonbandgerätewerke in Penzing, eines der markantesten Beispiele der Industriearchitektur jener Zeit.
In der Zwischenkriegszeit war Oerley maßgeblich an der Errichtung großer kommunalen Wohnhöfe beteiligt, so z.B. am Hanusch-Hof (1924/25) oder am George-Washington-Hof (1927 bis 1930).
Oerley, der sich in dieser Zeit verstärkt der Städteplanung zuwandte, war von 1927 bis 1932 auch am Aufbau der neuen türkischen Hauptstadt Ankara beteiligt.