HolidayCheck, the largest German-speaking platform for hotel reviews, has chosen the 99 most favoured hotels worldwide out of 780,000 hotel reviews of the past 12 months.
We are very proud to announce that due to the great number of excellent hotel reviews we are now not only among the 99 most favoured hotels worldwide, we are also the most favoured hotel in Austria.
Our entire team is really, really happy!
We would like to thank all our guests for their continuing efforts to write reviews!
Thank you for letting us serve you throughout the year in our house.
The whole team from the Boutique Hotel Stadthalle wishes you a Happy New Year!
Happy New Year Feliz Año Nuevo Boldog Új Évet
Felice Anno Nuovo Yeni Yiliniz Kutlu Olsun Bonne Année
Feliz Ano Novo Scecna nova godina
If you still have no plans for New Year’s Eve 2012, you can enjoy the Silvesterpfad in the old town of Vienna and in the Prater. The SILVESTERPFAD Vienna invites to celebrate an open-air spectacle in the city from 2 p.m. until 2 a.m.
300 artists provide for great entertainment. This connects the major places: Rathausplatz – Freyung – Am Hof – Stephansplatz – Hoher Markt – Neuer Markt – Kärntnerstraße.
More than 100 local restaurateurs will serve punch, mulled wine, tea, beer and champagne and culinary delights on Silvesterpfad. Many large and small stages ensure shows, folk music, waltz music, operetta and pop & rock for good entertainment!
From Boutique Hotel Stadthalle you can reach the most important places by underground U3 and by tram 49. The underground lines and the tram lines will operate through the night.
Start with it in Vienna! more details
….. from the entire team of Boutique Hotel Stadthalle:
Fröhliche Weihnachten! Merry Christmas! Feliz Navidad! Sretan Bozic!
Buon Natale! Boze Narodzenie! Joyeux Noel! Feliz Natal!
Pozdrevlyayu s prazdnikom Rozhdestva is Novim Godom! Hristos se rodi!
Sretan Bozic! Noeliniz Ve Yeni Yiliniz Kutlu Olsun!
Kellemes karácsonyt és boldog Újévet! Kala Christouyenna!
The Blues Brothers former Bad Boys are back with black sunglasses, fitted black suits and black hats, both in “mafia” style along with her band tear with rock and blues blackest soul on the 27th in the Wiener Stadthalle! more details
A formation of unbelievable powerful voices. The USA Gospel Singers present, the best-known songs such as “Oh Happy Day, Swing Low Sweet Chariot”, “I Got Shoes,” “Go tell it on the Mountain,”
I will sing Hallelujah “and many more guarantee a thrilling show full of energy and emotion. The Gospel Choir presents not only voiced tenors and sopranos, but also a sophisticated lighting and stage show.
20th December 2012
Beginning at 8pm
Wiener Stadthalle – Halle F
Tickets available at oeticket.com
The holiday season is ahead of us and the cookie baking season begins again!
At the Boutique Hotel Stadthalle the oven runs hot and the sweet smell of fresh baked goods runs through the whole house!
We know how we can sweeten up the day for our longtime repeat guests and surprise them with a little bag of our homemade cookies.
Here are some recipes to try at home:
Vanillakipferl, Gingerbread and Rumkugel:
Vanillakipferl: 280g flour, 100g ground hazelnuts, 210g butter, 70g icing sugar / sugar. Icing sugar and vanilla sugar for sprinkling.
(the most famous…. you can find this Austrian traditional cookie in every household for Christmas season)
Rumkugel: 140g icing sugar, 140g nuts, 1 egg white rum to taste. Mix together and form into little balls. (Don’t bake). Roll in Coconut flakes crystallized sugar or colorful sprinkles.
Sliced Gingerbread: 350g rye flour, 180g butter, 320g sugar, 6 eggs, 6 tablespoons honey, 6 tablespoons milk, mixed spice, 1KL soda, salt. (Mix together and bake) so easy.
Vienna’s top shopping mile, the Mariahilfer Strasse with its international flair, features a wide selection of shops ranging from small boutiques to large flagship stores or shopping malls like Gerngross and the Euro Center is just a few minutes more details
These romantic street markets enjoy a long tradition, with a history in Austria dating back to the Middle Ages.
The markets are mostly located in larger squares and pedestrian zones in Vienna and sell food, drinks and seasonal items. more details