Photo courtesy of 25hours Hotel at MuseumsQuartier
25hours Hotel at MuseumsQuartier
Guests feel like they’re staying under the big top in the quirky, colorful, circus-themed Vienna location of 25hours Hotel. Opened in 2011, this adventure in fun, affordable luxury is found at the edge of Vienna’s Museum Quarter in one of the city’s more fashionable districts. Each room has its own flavor and features wall art by Berlin illustrator Olaf Hajek, including drawings of ringmasters, clowns, trapeze artists, and the occasional risqué character.
25hours doesn’t attract only visitors. Guests can mingle with the hip Viennese crowd while enjoying drinks at the Dachboden, the hotel’s rooftop bar. The staff will even help guests explore the city with a free bike or MINI rental—a nice choice for reaching the famous Heuriger (wine taverns) outside the city.
All 25hours Hotels have their own individual style and theme, and Vienna reflects its take on the greatest show on earth: the circus. Rooms are fun, quirky and comfortable. A rooftop bar area provides nice views of the Museum district, and the 1500 Foodmakers restaurant serves up flavorful crostini, fresh salads and pizza.