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We always get a lot of feedback from our guests and we are very happy about that fact! Feedback is very important to us, as this is the only manner to get to know what our guests like about our green hotel in Vienna and where they see room for improvement. We are very excited to receive your review about your stay at Boutiquehotel Stadthalle!   Michaela Reitterer and the whole team of Boutiquehotel Stadthalle Find a collection of our past reviews here.

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New Year’s Eve Gala in the Vienna City Hall

Actually, you just want to enjoy the long-awaited summer, sunbathe at the pool, eat ice cream and by no means waste a single thought on the cold season. But before you could turn around, winter is just around the corner again and you still have no idea how to celebrate New Year’s. However, conceiving a plan on the fly, often goes down the drain. In order that you are prepared timely this year, we present you the ultimate New Year’s event today: “As the new year starts, the whole year will proceed” - still many people believe in this old saying and therefore, the New Year’s party should be glamourous and stylish in the best case! With the New Year’s Eve Gala in the Vienna City Hall, you bang on the target concerning this matter, so that on the day of great expectations, nobody will be disappointed. Dressed up in suit or evening gown, you feel like the imperial couple Franz and Sissi in the splendid atmosphere of the city hall. After a welcome drink, you can indeed wine and dine royally. The exclusive four-course-menu is optionally also available for vegetarians, so that really everyone gets their money’s worth. Afterwards, [...]

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Summer in the Viennese Museum’s quarter

Until the end of September, the outdoor season of the Viennese museum’s quarter, one of the greates culture areas in the world, will still take place. And also this year, the unique mix of museums, trendy restaurants and cafés and smaller culture initiatives turns the summer into a great adventure! We will inform you about what is offered: Summer of Movement This year’s motto reads “summer of movement” which is realized in the most diverse ways. For example, there is a boule area as well as manifold workshops that all have their focus on body toning, dancing and other sports. The highlight of 2017 probably is the playable sculpture park MQ Amore. Here, artists have created 12 sculptures which function as mini golf courses at the same time and therefore make art directly experienceable in an extraordinary manner. Moreover, the visitors can sing and dance along at the numerous open air concerts of the most different genres at the main court. But no worries - if you rather take it easy, you can chill out at the cozy pub gardens or in the modern relax-furnishing of the MQ. Culture Also the film festival Frame[o]ut dedicates itself every friday and saturday night [...]

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Late Summer in Vienna (5)

After we have provided the best hiking tips for the nature lovers in our last late summer article, we want to address the music fans today. Because musically, the september in Vienna has a lot to offer: Season opening of the Vienna State Opera For example, the Vienna State Opera reopens its gates again after two months of summer break. And of course, the new season is commenced classy with a diverse open day. Stagestruck visitors can get a glimpse behind the scenes on the 3rd of September and discover areas of the building which are normally closed… Moreover, with a bit of luck, the ones who are impatient for the next performance, can get a little foretaste when choir, orchestra or ballet rehearsals are taking place at the moment. Aside from that, the participants get the possibility to explore the costume stock and put themselves to far places or into long bygone times. And as such an eventful open day needs a worthy ending, you will get to see a fulminant technical show. The brilliant acoustics and lighting will be demonstrated impressively, so that your appetite will be whetted. And the September programme is indeed imposing! Operas from internationally renowned [...]

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Zero Waste Lifestyle (3)

As we have promised in our last Zero Waste blog article, we will provide you with details about the five basic steps that must be implemented for a garabage-free lifestyle this week: Refuse Consuming does not only mean buying actively, but also accepting certain things. This step tackles the indirect forms of consumption. No matter where we are, we get overwhelmed by one-way plastic bottles, drinking straws, cups and cutlery almost daily. Unfortunately, this plastic does not only damage our environment by releasing toxic chemicals in its production process, it often cannot even be recycled and therefore ends up in parks, forests or the sea. That is the reason why you should strictly refuse these environmental injurers and resort to sustainable alternatives. The same applies to freebies, unnecessary packagings and receipts. You also need to declare war on the annoying junk mail to lead a zero waste lifestyle.      Reduce This essential step addresses the core issues of our garbage problem. First of all, you should inspect every single object of your household for its use and eliminate everything which is not needed. Flea markets, eBay or donate organizations are a great possibility to get rid of unutilized stuff in [...]

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Late Summer in Vienna (4)

We have already reported great late summer activities in Vienna and also informed you about the international year of sustainable tourism. As this topic is really near and dear to us, we wanted to introduce a particularly beautiful hiking path this week, where you will get totally in harmony with nature - completely in line with sustainable tourism. And which point of time would be more ideal for a hiking trip than september, when the temperatures become a little bit fresher again, but the sun still bathes everything in a warm light? The Sisi circular path The Sisi circular path leads you on the trail of the empress for one and a half hours through the Vienna Woods. Therefore, you should optimally start at the centre of the market town Kaltenleutgeben and from there you proceed towards the Eiswiese where you will also find a great children’s playground. Subsequently, you will arrive at the baroque parish church of St. Jacob and thereupon to the Eisstockplatz where you should keep on the right. Because then, you will reach the imperial path from where you can enjoy a truly royal view over the little town. And afterwards, the route progresses over the [...]

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