Vienna’s most important sights are only a few minutes away
An urban oasis of serenity at four-stars-level, only ten minutes away from Vienna‘s city center and a walk from Schönbrunn castle: That’s Hotel Orangerie – your home abroad. 122 rooms welcome you with their young and functional design – no matter if you are on a city tour or on a business trip. The team of Hotel Orangerie is looking forward to accomodating you with typical Viennese hospitality.
Space for comfort: Our Superior Rooms invite to relax after a long day of travel or sightseeing. At 20 squaremeters, they provide comfort-sized beds, modern interior and equipment, bathrooms with floor-heating and high-class floor-level showers. From generous window facades you can enjoy a wonderful view at Vienna. Four Superiour Rooms are designed for guests in wheelchairs, including wheelchair-accessible bathrooms and direct access to the rooms from the parking lot.
Our spacious and calm Junior Suites are located at the hotel’s top floor. Each Junior Suite has a generous size of about 30 squaremeters and provides comfort at four-star level, including a breath-taking view over the rooftops of Vienna. Junior Suites combine extra-wide beds and with stylish living-areas to make every stay the most pleasant experience possible. This standard goes on at the bathrooms, which include floor-heating and high-class floor-level showers.
Be close to the Austrian monarchy within the yellow walls of Schönbrunn: The palace was home to the imperial family until 1918. You can breathe world history at the Hall of Mirrors, where 6-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart played his piano to Maria Theresia. In 1961, Kennedy and Chruschtschow indulged here at a gala dinner with the Austrian president.
Vienna’s most popular market is called „Naschmarkt“. Reaching from „Secession“ building at Getreidemarkt all the way to Kettenbrückengasse, it is the largest market in town, covering 2,32 hectares. It’s a gourmet paradise with many treasures and home to more than 120 stalls and little restaurants with foods, spices and drinks from all over the world.
HISTORIC CITY CENTRE
The heart of Vienna: The First District is the historic city center of Austria’s capital. Therefore it’s also the home of Vienna’s oldest church, dating back to 740 A.D. „Ruprechtskirche“ is much smaller than the famous Stephansdom (built in 1137 A.D.) but nevertheless worth a visit. Experience history at every footstep: Imperial buildings such as the opera, Hofburg palace and many more are waiting to be discovered. On top of that, the city centre is home to more than 60 museums.