Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to stay in this University Quarter – Vienna People’s opera area hotel at an amazing price. The 4 star Hotwire secret hotel collection includes highly regarded brands such as Westin, Hyatt, W Hotels, Intercontinental, Hilton and many more, and hotels in the area include the Deutschmeister, Best Western Premier Hotel Harmonie, and Regina Hotel Vienna. This secret hotel provides guests with an excellent location right in the heart of Vienna, close to the University and Opera, along with many other famous landmarks. The hotel also offers a fantastic range of high quality facilities and services, helping you to make the most of your stay here. The hotel provides all guests with free internet in every room, so you can browse the internet on your phone or laptop with no extra cost! There’s also the option to get your laundry done before you come home, with the self service laundry facilities. The hotel also has its very own restaurant, where you can sample some delicious traditional Austrian food, as well as other international favourites. A business centre can also be found in this fantastic hotel, making it perfect for both business and leisure.
Whilst you’re in the area, be sure to visit the fantastic Vienna People’s Opera, also known as Volksoper Vienna. Located on Währinger Strasse, this major opera house dating back to 1898 is home to a variety of performances between September and June, including operettas (a lighter opera), classical musicals, ballets, and 18th,19th and 20th century operas. Past performances include famous operas such as Traviata, and musicals such as My Fair Lady, so there’s something suitable here for everyone. Many tickets are also available for €25 or less, making an evening here an affordable yet unforgettable experience of culture and art.
The Sigmund Freud Museum is another fascinating attraction within the vicinity of your hotel. The museum, located on Bergasse street, covers Freud’s life story, known as the founding father of psychoanalysis. The museum is located in Freud’s building where he lived for 47 years dating back to 1891, and consists of his former practice as well as his former private living quarters. Displays include the real items that Freud used and owned, as well as an exciting archive of photographs, paintings, sculptures an drawings. Admission costs as little as €9 for an adult, and for only an extra euro you can even have a guided tour!