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The hotel is located in the historical centre of Vienna, in front of St. Stephen's Cathedral. There are various shopping opportunities within walking distance of the hotel. Vienna International Airport is 20 km away. The hotel is located in the historical centre of Vienna, in front of St. Stephen's Cathedral. Vienna International Airport is 20 km away. This 43-room establishment offers 24-hour reception and check-out services, a safe, and a cloakroom. For dining and drinks, guests can enjoy the hotel's café, bar, restaurant and pub. Internet access is available throughout the hotel. Room and laundry services are available. The hotel restaurant features Viennese staples as well as fine sushi and sashimi and a high-end kebab corner, fulfilling the modern aims of this sleek building. The buffet breakfast is served in the main restaurant. Lunch and dinner are available à la carte.
Do & Co is a gastronomic destination, boasting both a brilliant buffet breakfast, as well as a hip top-floor restaurant which serves up an eclectic menu of sushi, sashimi, as well as Viennese classics such as wiener schnitzel and deep-fried monkfish.
For something lighter, head to ONYX Bar on the sixth floor where a snack menu is served along with fantastic cocktails set to stunning views out over St Stephen’s Cathedral.
The 43 rooms are stylish, appointed with retro-inspired furniture and luxurious materials such as teak wood, Travertine stone and leather. The glass-fronted, open-plan bathrooms are rather a treat, boasting Etro toiletries and many coming with brilliant two-square metre rain showers and whirlpool baths.
Head to the iconic St Stephen’s Cathedral, set right opposite the hotel, to soak up the 800-year-old architecture, take a tour of the fascinating catacombs or, if you’re feeling active, climb up the 500-foot tall South Tower and be rewarded with some excellent views of the city below.
For something a bit different, visit the Sigmund Freud museum. Situated just a 20-minute stroll from the hotel, this is where Freud lived from 1891 until 1938 – when he was forced into exile by the Nazis. Now home to Freud’s fascinating antique collection, personal items and papers, this museum is a delight to explore.