It is not for nothing that many Viennese consider Leopoldstadt and the Carmelite neighbourhood in particular to be one of the most attractive areas in Vienna. In this neighbourhood, you can feel the real Vienna on every corner.

Well embedded in the local hustle and bustle, our Grätzl suites are located near the Karmelitermarkt in the quiet alleyways of this exciting neighbourhood. A wide range of gastronomic offerings near the market and in the small alleyways in the neighbourhood, a thriving scene on the nearby Danube Canal, relaxation in the Augarten park or in the green Prater park. The Schwedenplatz transport hub is just five minutes away, while a walk to St Stephen's Cathedral is also close by.

Guests check in with us autonomously and without a reception desk by using a personal code to obtain their room key from the key safe attached to the front of the building at Große Sperlgasse 6. URBANAUTS Hospitality is always available to answer questions about your stay.

Bookable suites

At Karmelitermarkt, the three categories offer space for 2 guests in the Junior Street and Street Suites and up to 3 guests in the Garden Suite. The perfect size for a weekend in Vienna!

In the hip heart
of Vienna

Gourmets feel at home around the Karmelitermarkt. In the small delicatessen shops and at the farmers' market, you can sample specialities from the region, while the gastronomic offerings in the surrounding area leave nothing to be desired. Whether vegan, rural, Viennese or gourmet cuisine - the Karmeliterviertel offers something for all tastes.

If you prefer shopping, this is the place for you. Many young designers have settled here and have been revitalising the art and craft scene in the area for some years now, and you can relax in the nearby Augarten or Prater, or on the Danube Canal, where a fun evening in the trendy district can get off to a great start, especially in summer.

You can round off such an evening in the numerous bars and clubs around Taborstraße, for example. But that's just one of many options.

Why should we invent things that others are already doing much better? We see our neighbouring businesses as "fellows" - namely the restaurants, cafés and local shops surrounding our grätzlhotel suites, which do a great deal to give the Grätzl its individual soul.