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Family holidays in Vienna

  Enjoy Vienna in autumn with your entire family. The family-friendly Boutiquehotel Stadthalle offers the ideal conditions for your family holiday in Vienna. – the personal service of our team that loves children – a cozy garden, where your children can play – family rooms with separate bedrooms – a great public transport connection to the Aqua Terra Zoo, the palace of Schönbrunn, Schönbrunn zoo, ZOOM children’s museum and to the city center. – and the perfect offer for your family holiday: our family package includes 2 children up to 12 years of age, free of charge in the parents’ room from October 25th to November 10th 2013. Send your non-binding inquiry now and enjoy your stay with us. We are looking forward to welcoming you and your family!

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The Badeschiff

  The Badeschiff on the Danube canal has everything you need to enjoy a day off: sun pool, restaurant and club. The swimming pool is open from 8 am to 10 pm: the entrance ticket costs € 5.00 (Children under 12 years pay half price). Later you can enjoy the evening with a delicious dinner in the restaurant “Holy Moly” and have a drink in the ship´s hold. And when you are feeling a bit puckish there are hot and cold dishes and refreshing drinks from 11 am to 5 pm.  Enjoy your time listening good music on the sundeck too. We recommend to make a reservation in the restaurant in advance by calling +43 (699) 151 307 50 or directly on the homepage.

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Hirschstetten Botanical Gardens

  The Hirschstetten Botanical Gardens offer visitors a variety of attractions for an absolutely green day in Vienna. There you can relax in the different country gardens such as the Indian, Mexican or Japanese garden and can enjoy afterwards the tropical-romantic atmosphere of the Palm House with its exotic animals and plants. There is also a small zoo to visit: the zoological garden is a protection´s place for endangered native species such as turtles, squirrels, wild cats and Ural owls. In summer, from Thursday to Sunday the “green holidays” take place in Hirschstetten: you can relax in the Florarium, in the Palm House and Farm. Beach chairs are available for free! The gardens are reachable from the Boutique Hotel Stadthalle by U2 untill the Station Aspernstraße and then by bus line 88A or from the station Kagraner Platz U1 and then by bus 23A.

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Leisure on the Danube Island!

The Danube Island is the most popular recreational area of Vienna. Not only the visitors enjoy the nature of the island for walking, cycling, jogging, skating and beach volleyball games, they also like the idyllic beaches to swim. The island also invites to the SUNKEN CITY, which is open from May to September. There you find bars, clubs and restaurants by the water front:  festivals, live events or sports activities take place regularly. You can enjoy the enchanting atmosphere on the Danube Island even if the weather is not ideal, because many places are covered! A visit promises relaxation, fun and action for the whole family. But if you want to enjoy a Danube view, you can directly book a “Panoramic City Tour with Boat Ride” on the Danube and the Danube Canal. For more information please contact our team at the Boutique Hotel Stadthalle! We are looking forward to welcoming you!  

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History of the bicycle

2013 is the year of the bicycle! In 2013 there are 2 important exhibitions to visit: the exhibition “Motor bin ich selbst”, in the Vienna City Library, exposes materials from the collections of the history of cycling in Vienna. It takes place from the 7th of June to the 31st of October 2013. The second exhibition “Tour du Monde”, in Mak, takes place from the 14th of June to 6th of October 2013. The Mak dedicates the exhibition to the history of the bicycle with the collection of Viennese architect Michael Embacher that includes legendary mass-produced models and creations from children’s bikes to athletic and leisure bikes, cargo bikes, and folding models. Entry is free for children and adolescents up to 19 years, adults pay € 7.90, free Admission on Tuesdays 6–10 p.m. There are also discounts for all visitors arriving by bicycle, so take advantage of the beautiful weather and visit an interesting exhibition on one of the most popular means of transportation for decades.

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