A fabulously creative art den in hip Spittelberg, the artistic “SoHo” of Vienna’s 7th district, boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna is a curated residence, a patron to the arts and a favourite luxury bolthole of the culture scene. A hotel that is playful, crafted, familiar and ever-so private.
There is a noble accent to the graceful townhouse, a quiet discretion, and a slice of luxe preserved heritage that acts as the spacious canvas to a melange of artworks, installations and whimsical perspectives. There is a lucid design narrative that defines the much-loved Altstadt – a boutique house of gorgeous random beauty, curiosity & witty beguilement.
Oversized, winding, gallery inspired corridors and designer commissioned wings adorn this house of patrician – it is cultural, suave and gemütlich-comfy.
A residence of bespoke luxury fittingly on the edge of the MuseumsQuartier (MQ) and the creative scene of the 7th district - this is the deliciously eccentric Altstadt Hotel, at home in Vienna.
Designer furnishings cuddle up to antiques, contemporary snuggles with the modernist and the eccentric sleeps with flamboyant – this curatorial-led boutique interior is fused with racy creativity capturing the cultural soul of the Viennese.
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