Do you wish to book an unforgettable stay in Vienna for your clients? Learn more about our philosophy and the history of the Altstadt Vienna below. We look forward to working together and are happy to grant you a 10% commission on our direct room rates (equaling 20% commission on our OTA rates) as a travel agency.
- A Viennese townhouse of 1900, partly residential
- In trendy Neubau known for food, art and creativity. 10 minutes walk from the 1st district
- High ceilings, parquet floors, double-leaf doors
- 62 rooms. 23 of which are suites
- 200 m² of event space
- Price range Doubles 204,- to 390,- Euro / Suites 264,- to 950,- Euro for two including breakfast and tax
- Peak seasons spring, autumn and christmas
- For years among the top 5 of 400 hotels in Vienna on Tripadvisor
- First Viennese hotel awarded with the Austrian Ecolabel
As a passionate art collector, Otto E. Wiesenthal opened a hotel that is both a comfortable place to reside and a gallery all in one in 1991. In 2021, the boutique hotel celebrated its 30-year anniversary. Now as before, this historical building, in which guests and Viennese live door-by-door, is rich in character with a casual atmosphere.
The rooms, suites and apartments of the Altstadt are individually designed by world-famous architects like Matteo Thun or contemporary fashion stars such as Atıl Kutoğlu. No living space is like another. Designer furniture, light installations, paintings and a love for detail give each its special flavor.
It is the people who make the Hotel Altstadt Vienna what it is: a refreshing place of Viennese lifestyle. Our radiant employees are free to be who they are. They are hosts with passion. With character. With heart and soul.
With the salons located on the Belle Etage, Hotel Altstadt Vienna has created a public space in the middle of the city where guests can retreat and feel as if they are in their own living room. In summer even with an extension outdoors:
The Altstadt Vienna was originally constructed in 1902 as an apartment building and is located in an area known as the Spittelberg, in Vienna's seventh district. Thanks to many small boutiques and shops, this artists' quarter has become increasingly popular in recent years. Within a five-minute walk, you can reach the Museumsquartier. The boutique hotel is also close to the Ringstrasse and only a ten-minute walk from the former imperial residence Hofburg. Thus, it proves to be an optimal starting point for excursions to the historic center of Vienna or to Mariahilferstrasse, the city's longest shopping street.
Any questions? Feel free to contact us at any time.
Saskia Wiesenthal | Marketing & Art