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.
Treedom is the only platform worldwide which enables us to plant a tree from a distance and to follow it online. By planting a tree, you are doing good to the environment and the local farmers and thereby are moving one step closer towards a greener and more livable planet.
Since 2007, the Vienna Pride takes place annually with its popular Rainbow Parade which attracts masses of visitors from all over the world each year again. Moreover, there is a really strong LGBT community and numerous other events and leisure time facilities which cater especially to this target group here. But that is not all! Next year, the Austrian capital city will get the incomparable chance to set an international example of diversity and acceptance at the EuroPride 2019.
In our last blog article, we have already introduced our extraordinary city bees and their honey to our readers. But there are many more green spaces in the middle of the city here which show an impressing biodiversity: Wienerwald Biosphere Reserve The Wienerwald which spreads over the federal states Lower Austria and Vienna, significantly contributes to the protection of ecosystems and landscapes as well as to the preservation of the ecological biodiversity. For this reason, it has been marked out as biosphere reserve by the UNESCO. As a model region for sustainability, the Wienerwald supports ecologically friendly forms of land use and a better understanding of the interactions between man and nature. With over 2.000 plant species and extremely versatile habitats, this phenomenon exemplifies how the variety of nature and culture can exist even at the edge of the city. Schönbrunn Zoo As scientifically led animal park, the Schönbrunn zoo does not only place importance on education, research and recovery, but also very much on nature and species protection. The participation in numerous open land projects for endangered animals all over the world by financial means, expert knowledge and PR are characteristic for the commitment of the Schönnbrunn zoo. The [...]
That Vienna is a green city in many regards, should have become clear with our blog series “Sustainable en route in Vienna”. But did you know that about 200 million bees from more than 5.000 colonies are bustling about here during summer? Good living conditions Vienna’s numerous meadows, flowers and trees in parks, gardens, avenues, on balconies and greened rooftops provide the ideal habitat for bees with their versatile and consistent supply of food. Moreover, it stays warm longer in the city than on the countryside and there are scarcely pesticides utilised here. Hence, it is no wonder that more and more of these useful insects settle down in Austria’s capital city, sometimes even in very prominent places. For instance, you can find beehives on the roof of the Vienna State Opera and of the town hall or at the Natural History Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts. The Stadtimker In order to support this extraordinary development amidst the general bee deaths, the “Stadtimker” (city beekeepers) have specialised on the demands of urban bees. The association attempts at creating further habitats for wild and honey bees and depends on your support in this mission. Committed citizens can either donate [...]