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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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Zero Waste (6)

We have already explained how you can realize Zero Waste in your kitchen and your bathroom in our last blog articles about this topic. Today follows the next step with the important question how you can also implement this minimalistic lifestyle in your bedroom: Zero Waste in the bedroom: One third of our lifetime we spend sleeping wherefore it is essential to create a healthy and restful environment for that. This works by sticking to one of the most important basic rules of Zero Waste: Reduce. By clearing out your bedroom and freeing it from carpets, unnecessary pieces of furniture and decoration, less dust will accumulate and you will avoid allergens and harmful chemicals in your oasis of rest. Furthermore, computers, televisions and training tools belong to your living room as they falsely signalize your mind that activity is the routine of your bedroom and thereby prevents you from falling asleep. Aside from that, chairs are generally used to collect loads of dirty laundry. By avoiding these kind of storage places, you will be forced to make a quick decision: either the garment wanders into the laundry basket or it is immediately folded and stored in the wardrobe again. You [...]

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Musical Highlights in December (2)

After we have already revealed which musical Highlights are waiting for you in the Stadthalle Vienna in the beginning of December, now the second part of our event recommendations for the last month of the year will follow: Nockalm Quintett For more that thirty years the Nockalm Quintett, affectionately called “Nockis” by their fans, has been performing on stage together now. On the 15th of December, you can experience these five luminaries in the field of romantic Schlager music live in the Stadthalle Vienna. The band stands out due to their true-to-life song texts that everyone can identify with. Love, life, friendship and moments of happiness or passion are the topics of their ballads so that the audience gets the chance to witness far more than just a simple concert - they will see how the soundtrack of their lives is performed live. Altogether 38 albums, among them numerous number one rankings in the hit parades and awards with gold or even platinum status as well as the triumph at the “Grand Prix der Volksmusik” speak for themselves. Especially successful in Austria were the CD’s “Zieh dich an und geh”, “Mit den Augen einer Frau” and “Wahnsinnsflug auf Wolke 7”. [...]

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Musical Highlights in December (1)

As soon as Halloween is over, we already engulf head over heels in Christmas preparations and start to buy Advent calendars, chocolate Santa Clauses and gingerbread. Then, of course, you have to bake cookies for all of your friends and relatives, organise gifts and think about what shall be served on Christmas eve. How about a little time-out of this self-imposed holiday stress? We present you the greatest musical highlights in December where you can finally unwind again in the following: HAVASI Symphonic Concert Show: On the second of December, the Hungarian composer and pianist Havasi will enchant his fans with an impressing show in the Stadthalle Vienna. He is known as one of the most fascinating and versatile composers of today who combines the depth and the discipline of traditional music with the shimmering variety of the modern era. The piano virtuoso with the charisma of a rockstar has already performed in the sold out New York Carnegie Hall and has been celebrated for his energetic and passionate performance with standing ovations. More than a hundred artists are part of Havasi’s contemporary interpretation of classical music - from a solo pianist, via a giant symphony orchestra with chorus through [...]

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Musical Highlights in November (2)

We already have informed you about a few musical highlights in November in our blog, but of course there is more to it than that! What you can additionally expect from the upcoming month in Vienna, we will reveal here: Beth Hart On wednesday, the 8th of November, you can experience Beth Hart, the American singer and songwriter live in the Stadthalle Vienna. Currently, she probably is on the peak of her creative career and even has been nominated for the Grammy Awards. If one had to describe Beth’s voice, it would probably amount to burnt honey. In 2015, her rather melancholy and bitter-sweet album “Better Than Home” has been released which has been relieved by her energetic newest album “Fire On The Floor”. Beth Hart’s music is rich in variety and covers many genres from gospel via soul through to classical music and rock, of course. But in any case, she puts all her passion and emotions in her breathtaking songs, wherefore you should not miss on the opportunity to see her live.   Casper Only a few days later, on Tuesday, the 14th of November, Casper will perform in the Stadthalle Vienna as part of his “Lang lebe [...]

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The 15th District – The Neukölln of Vienna

Neukölln, a few years ago still the sink estate of Berlin, meanwhile has blossomed out into the newly discovered scene district. The critical reputation which has been sticking to the borough due to poverty and social disadvantages earlier, has given way to a spirit of optimism and a growing cultural importance. Today, especially young people and tourists find some sort of a smooth run-down atmosphere, new music and shops with trendy vintage furniture there. The present Neukölln is exuberant, lively and full of opposites. The 15th district of Vienna has been experiencing a quite similar transformation for some time now: Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus, Vienna’s 15th district, has been regarded as the capital’s unbeloved stepchild in former times as it caused many negative headlines. Even so, deprived areas are always attracting artists and students as the rent is still cheap there. Hence, the poorest and youngest district is currently changing and well on the way to become as versatile and innovative as Neuköln. The Reindorfgasse is the best example for the ascent of the 15th district: it has developed from the muck corner into a creative scene and therefore into a meeting point of a young and urban audience. Between kebab booth, west [...]

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