During an international blogger event by sloggi we got to stay at probably one of the cutest and trendiest design hotels in Vienna: the 25hours Hotel at Museums Quartier.

The 25hours Hotel is located in Vienna’s 7th district, home to shopping quarter Neubaugasse, the MuseumsQuartier and the heart of Vienna’s young, liberal, creative scene. The hotel creates a fantastical world of circus, spectacle and extravagance, with just a touch of madness. For Christoph Hoffmann, CEO of the 25hours Hotel Company, design is an expression of the company’s philosophy. Each hotel design is inspired by its location, thus each is organically distinctive.

Thirty-four suites each feature a kitchenette, safe, minibar and state-of-the-art technology came to life. The lobby lounge/bar and a terrace roof deck perched high above Vienna’s rooftops make for a hangout space regardless of season. In the fall of 2012, 185 guestrooms were added, in addition to wellness and fitness facilities, meeting and convention facilities, a summer garden and a restaurant with a terrace facing Weghuberpark.

In cooperation with BWM architects and dreimeta’s interior designer Armin Fischer, the 25hours creative team once again turned their imaginations loose to create a brash, fanciful aesthetic that mixes antiques and bespoke wall treatments with memorabilia from the city’s three permanent circus buildings, as well as from Empress Elisabeth’s own circus within Vienna’s riding school.



All in all, there was nothing to complain about – friendly staff, excellent service, very comfortable and clean rooms, cute design and wonderful breakfast buffet. So, if you ever plan a trip to Austria, the 25 Hours Hotel in Vienna  is your place to stay :-).

My special tip: check out the roof deck – the view is amazing!


photo credentials: V’s World, http://www.25hours-hotels.com/