In the smallest room of the Altstadt Vienna you sleep at the highest. Wood paneling and bunk beds are reminiscent of elegant sleeping cabins, like those of the Orient Express. The famous train began its journey in the Belle Epoque and passed through Vienna over a hundred years on its way to the Orient. One also feels transported to another time when looking at the photography and sketches for "The Pont Neuf Wrapped," an installation by the artist couple Christo and Jeanne-Claude, who transformed Paris' oldest bridge into a temporary work of art in 1985. The largest room in the house is just one floor below, it is the United Nations Suite #73 #74.
See photos of room #55 below.