Treat yourself to stay in this contemporary 4 star Top Secret Hotel in Vienna’s city centre, promising a once-in-a-lifetime experience! This delightful property is set within a traditional, historic Viennese building but enjoys all the modern amenities and services to ensure your stay is as comfortable and relaxing as possible. For even the most discerning traveller, this centrally-located, intimate hotel makes a fine pick for exploring everything the charming city has to offer. Just minutes from the subway, you can be whisked to any of the major tourist attractions in no time at all, or take a short walk to some of the famous landmarks in the local environs, such as the Naschmarkt, the Opera and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Each spacious guest room is fitted with all the necessary home comforts (internet access, air conditioning, hairdryer), as well as deluxe extras including a safe with notebook plug, mini-bar and work desk. During their stay, guests are more than welcome to make use of the onsite hairdresser, fitness centre, barbecue and gift shop. Don’t miss out on this great deal near the Naschmarkt and the City Centre!
Choosing how to spend each day may be tricky because there is so much choice, so no matter what you’re interested in or who you’re travelling with, there’ll be something to keep everyone entertained throughout your whole trip! Start with the things Vienna does best; music, coffeehouses and ballgowns. No trip to the city is complete without a visit to the world-famous State Opera House, either for professionally guided tours that run throughout the day, or to experience one of the spectacular evening performances. Other institutions to visit for classical music include the Festival Hall, where you can catch the Vienna Hofburg Orchestra, and the Musikverein and Staatsoper.
The coffee culture is taken very seriously in the city and the Kaffeehauskultur is something you’ll hear mentioned a lot, which explains how to drink coffee, read the newspaper, rendezvous with friends and even fall in love, the Viennese way. Some coffee houses use beans that are roasted right in the city, either in private roasteries or in commercial ones, such as Alt Wien Kaffee. Popular coffeehouses include The Roast, Naber and Kaffeefabrik, each with their own distinct flavours and blends of the drink.
If you are fortunate to be in the city during festival season, do not miss the opportunity to attend one of the highly splendid and lavish balls that are put on at various spots around town. It’s an excuse to get dressed up in your finery, drink exquisite champagne and snoop around the interiors of some of the city’s most beautiful and renowned buildings, such as the Rathaus (City Hall) and the Vienna Hofburg.
Enjoy your trip!