Experience Vienna like never before with one of these excellent 4 star hotels, part of the hotwire collection. Each of the fine hotels in the collection provide everything you’d expect from a hotel of this calibre, and more, not only offering the best in comfort and style, but also providing a superb array of facilities and services that are sure to make your stay unforgettable. If you’re visiting one of the collection’s hotels for work, then you’ll be pleased to hear that each contains it’s own specialised business centre, perfect and fully-equipped for conferences or presentations. You can even dine at the hotel’s very own restaurant, serving delicious cuisine and a selection of beverages at the high level of service you’d expect. Guests may also use the high-speed internet access available in hotels throughout the collection, ideal for keeping in touch with friends and family, or for accessing work away from home. Other lucky guests have enjoyed their stays in some of the area’s best hotels in the collection, including ‘La Prima Fashion Hotel’, and ‘Rainers Hotel’, both incredibly sought after hotels in the area, much like the hotels in hotwire 4 star collection in which you could be staying.
Right in the same area of the hotel in the Margareten Quarter is the intriguing Museum of Social and Economics affairs, one of the areas most popular and fascinating museums, showcasing the economic and social matters and complexities of both the modern and past day. Such complex and difficult ideas are expressed in an accessible way, and the museum is perfect for those who would like to further understand many of the important economic and social events we experience today, as economics is so instrumental in our day to day lives, even without us realising!
If you fancy venturing out, we also highly recommend a visit to the most popular sightseeing destination in Vienna: Schönbrunn Palace. This former imperial summer residence is truly a sight to behold, with its vast grounds and fantastic grandeur, that’s sure to be worth a quick picture! The grounds themselves are also home to a number of attractions and things to see, including 32 sculptures of deities and virtues, the picturesque ‘Roman Ruins’ and even a maze! Today, the grand halls are home to a range of displays and concerts throughout the year, including previous concerts featuring the music of Mozart!
For a hotel that ticks all the boxes, choose this Museum of Economics – Margareten Quarter area hotel!