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
Smartguide is a digital 7“ tablet PC and your personal tour-guide! Smartguide is easy to operate! The GPS-Navigation shows your position and makes orientation easy. Furthermore, you are accompanied by Mitzi, our Viennese fairy! She not only guides you to the most famous sights (like St. Stephen’s, the State Opera and many more) but she also introduces you to rarely-known details, fascinating stories and a totally new perspective of the city.
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.
Those who cannot do without chocolate moments in Boutique Hotel Stadthalle can sweeten their stay with us!
The handmade chocolate BioArt are now available in our house and waiting for you to be enjoyed! Organic & Fair Trade are really great ideas, but it can only prevail if the products are really high quality too! The company BioArt has been working for more than ten years for a more conscious and more equitable food handling. They also take care of their products to be fair priced, fair traded, sustainable, produced and processed with ethical responsibility.
Here the flavors that are available in the hotel:
strawberry milk chocolate, dark chocolate, dark chocolate chili, whole milk-butter caramel, crisp white, milk orange pepper!
The ingredients: organic, commitment, passion, professionalism, style and love of chocolate are mixed here at a great work of art!
Do not resist the temptation!
LONG NIGHT OF MUSEUMS IN VIENNA
With just one ticket you have access to all participating locations and special events. An astounding 650 institutions take part in this special cultural evening.
The 48-year-old former Wham front man was in Vienna on Nov. 23, as part of his Symphonica tour, when he fell ill just a few hours before ShowTime. He was forced to cancel the Nov. 23 show as well as subsequent concert dates. But now he is back in Vienna on Tuesday September 4th. more details
In July 2012 we picked a lucky winner who had participated in our drawing for a free weekend in our hotel. Many hundreds of guest feedback sheets and reviews online were part of our drawing.
We picked Karin P from Upper Austria, who was very happy to hear that she won a free weekend in Boutiquehotel Stadthalle for 2, staying in a double room with garden view, including a rich breakfast buffet.
We would like to thank all of our guests who took their time to inform us about how they enjoyed their stay. There was so much praise and so many valued comments for improvement. Thank you! Due to your feedback and reviews online we received the “Holiday Check Award 2012” which made our hotel one of the 9 most favoured city hotels world wide and the Tripadvisor- “Certificate of Excellence“.
Please continue letting us know your valued comments, ideas and impressions, the next drawing will take place in January 2013
Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie are hitting the road together this fall, co-headlining the “Twins Of Evil” tour.
From the 1st of September to the 7th of October 2012 a musical on Klimt will be shown in Vienna. The musical covers the life of Austria’s most famous painter Gustav Klimt. It deals with his early works, his years of success, his dramatic strokes of fate and his love and muse Emilie Flöge. Mostly it will be underlined by excellent rock music.
On Wednesdays the performances will be held in English. They start at 7:30pm and take place at Künstlerhaus Wien
Tickets are available between 29,50€ and 69,50€ and can be purchased here.
To reach Künstlerhaus from our Boutiquehotel Stadthalle, take the underground U3 to Stephansplatz, change to U1 to Karlsplatz, take the exit “Akademiestraße-Künstlerhaus”.