The “Wiener Eistraum” (“Vienna Ice Dream”) has become a tradition. The park of Rathausplatz will be transformed into an icy landscape with all kinds of attractions: It offers wintry sports fun against the romantic backdrop of Rathaus.
If you do not have ice skates, you can borrow them for a rental fee. This also allows all tourists and Vienna’s visitors to participate. Various restaurateurs provide for short warm-up time with drinks such as punch, mulled wine, tea and dishes of national and international cuisine.
Not only is the „Wiener Eistraum“ waiting for you, from the 25th of January to the 10th of March, but we are waiting for you, too! After a cold winter day enjoy cozy and relaxing moments in Boutique Hotel Stadthalle! We are looking forward to welcoming you!
Vienna Ice Dream: every day from 9-22 o´clock. 25% discount with the Vienna Card.
No matter whether it’s raining, snowing or the sun is shining; enchant your partner and celebrate Valentine´s Day with pure romance!
For lovers we have a memorable offer: “Be my Valentine”
Valentine’s Day … the day of the great feelings…. visit us!
“Wiener Tafel” is an independent Austrian charity organization that collects excess food and hygiene items from trade and industry and takes them where they are needed.
The “Tafel” supports socially disadvantaged people in hostels for the homeless, houses of refuge or mother-child homes. It finances itself by private donations and sponsorship.
The “Wiener Tafel “distributes sustainably and we, Boutiquehotel Stadthalle, support them with pleasure.
With our hotel tours, we collect voluntary donations which then are passed on to the “Wiener Tafel”.
Visit us and you can help!
Christmas is over, the New Year has only just started and the question is what will happen to the old Christmas trees?
Not only are Christmas trees removed from Vienna’s households, but also the Christmas trees of Rathaus and Schönbrunn were taken down.
The foresters of the city of Vienna again make something useful out of the wood: The Rathaus-Christmas tree is processed to insect hotels. About 10 bees’ hotels will be placed in the Vienna wood, in Lobau and in Lainzer zoo! Above all wild bees, ladybirds and several wasps should find the optimal habitat there!
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.
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
In Vienna, there are 26 markets. 21 of them take place daily from Monday to Saturday. The markets are open all year and are always an attraction with great flair and tradition.
The three most famous Viennese markets are:
the organic market on Freyung (1st district) with numerous organic treats, natural cosmetics, handicrafts and ceramics has a long tradition as a marketplace.
Volkertmarket (2nd district) is a kosher jewel. When the sun shines, the market gives the impression of a big garden.
Rochusmarkt (3rd district): is one of the most popular open-air markets in Vienna.
Schwendermarkt (15th district) is a long drawn-out market that was almost forgotten in recent years.
Kutschkermarkt (18th district): you can shop almost like in the country. This market and Yppenmarkt are the last two Viennese street markets.
Vienna, city of coffee culture, has a new attraction: Neko Cafe. It opened last May and is located in the city centre near Stephansplatz. Neko is the Japanese word for cat, and there in lays the peculiarity: While visitors drink coffee or tea, they can stroke one of the many cats of the cafe.
The trend to visit cats in the cafe and have a break with them is not new: in Japan, there have been cat’s cafes for years and it is common to pay admission to enter and to stay in the cafe.
In Vienna you only pay what you consume, you can taste Japanese tea and juices of Austrian farmers, homemade cakes and snacks.
The culinary delights are not the main focus for the visitors but especially the playing and cuddling of six cats is. Moritz, Luca, Haru, Momo, Sonia and Thomas are from the Vienna animal shelter and are considered to be particularly friendly and playful.
You reach the Neko Cafe from our Hotel with the U3 to Stephansplatz: Blumenstockgasse 5, on the corner with Balgasse, open daily 10:00-20:00.