Art in the Boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna

The Eccentric Bohemian

Rooms

The rooms and suites of Boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna are diverse and unique. Designed by world-famous architects like Matteo Thun or contemporary fashion stars such as Lena Hoschek, no living space is like another. Yet all have one thing in common: that famous Viennese "Gemütlichkeit".

Felix Suite by Matteo Thun at Boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna, Austria
Felix Suite by Matteo Thun at Boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna, Austria

The rooms "Altstadt Classics" are available in 3 sizes: regular, medium and large. The double rooms are between 20m² and 35m². You can decide for yourself how much space you need for inspiration or to slow down the pace of your life. To unwind and mull over the wealth of impressions left upon you by the imperial city of Vienna, they mostly feature separate sofas and upholstered furniture.

Suites from M to XXL

Nemetz room #65 ©Marisa Vranjes at Boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna, Austria Leonie Suite by Matteo Thun at Boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna, Austria

Sometimes you just need more space. For yourself, your loved-ones, or simply for your ideas. With its diverse suites, the Altstadt Vienna is guaranteed to have the perfect refuge for your time of discovery, recuperation or simply of being.

Eclectic design of the bedrooms of the art inspired at the Boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna, Austria
Andi Lackner Suite at the Boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna, Austria
Modern designer suite at the at the Boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna, Austria
Matteo Thun romance Suites at the at the Boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna, Austria
Characterful Otto Suite at the art inspired at the Boutique Hotel Altstadt Vienna, Austria
designed by Lilli Hollein & Markus Eiblmayr
designed by Lilli Hollein & Markus Eiblmayr

Also known in international jargon as "Junior Suites", here with us these spacious rooms - designed by creatives such as Lilli Hollein or Roland Nemetz - are definitely anything but "junior".

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