Be our guest at the Vienna Hotel
Romantik Townhouse Beethoven provides you with an ideal base for a wonderful stay in beautiful Vienna. The hotel is characterized by exceptionally furnished rooms, completely in the charm of Vienna by famous architect Raimund Brunnmair, a non-Viennese, interior designer and art-loving skilled carpenter, who focused the multifaceted inspiration and dedicated the individual floors and rooms to the different sides of Viennese life and in each case for it representative personalities. Here, no living space is like the other.
Moreover, art also surrounds you in the hotel: contemporary art can be found in all rooms, which sets you in the mood for a discovery tour through cultural Vienna. The Romantik Hotel's rich breakfast buffet will fortify you for an exciting day in the city. Thanks to its location in the heart of the 7th district, Vienna's artists' and BoBo district, all the highlights are within easy walking distance.
Romantik Townhouse Beethoven
Explore Vienna's numerous sights from the hotel
Our Viennese Romantik Hotels & Restaurants combine dignified charm with individual, partly modern and always comfortable design. In addition, they offer warm hospitality, courteous service and top-class gastronomy - you certainly don't have to settle for anything less at your hotel in Vienna. Vienna's hotels are the best business cards of the Austrian metropolis, book your accommodation best right here.
Follow the magnificent Ringstrasse, which conveniently connects the city's most important monuments, simply by streetcar. After the obligatory visit to the Prater, including a ride on the Ferris wheel, perhaps a visit to one of the many, sometimes bizarre museums is on the agenda: Whether it's the Third Man, Funeral or Torture Museum, Papyrus or Roman Museum or Old Viennese Schnapps and Chocolate Museum - surprises are guaranteed here. This is also true if the city has been musically synonymous with waltzes for you so far - at night you can experience completely new styles of music in the very lively club scene, and under the arches of the former city railroad you can always discover new pubs, clubs and locations.
At any time of the year, the capital of Austria is a very desirable destination and offers you, whether during a short trip or a longer stay, a variety of highlights. In addition to the numerous historic buildings and museums, Vienna shows its beautiful side especially along the Danube and in the old town. Architecturally, Vienna is also a single highlight: to this day, the city is largely characterized by buildings from the Wilhelminian period, but also by Baroque and Art Nouveau. In the 19th century, Vienna was considered one of the most important cultural as well as political centers in Europe.
The city was able to defend this status for a long time due to its role as the imperial capital and residence and was world famous thanks to the imperial rule in Austria. Today, Vienna, marked by its past, is lined with art and culture and features a large cultural program.
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