BELVEDERE

Discover the quiet side of Vienna while living in the most bourgeois neighborhood of Vienna.

The Karolinen-Grätzl near the Belvedere is among the most popular residential areas of Vienna and characterized by an environment that incorporates nature, urban life, and culture.

Our guests check in autonomously and without a reception. By using the code we provide, they access the key-safe on the façade of the building and retrieve their room key. Of course URBANAUTS Hospitality, right around the corner at Favoritenstraße 17, is available for any questions regarding your stay.

Bookable suites:
Street Junior Suite
Street Suite

Quiet Life in an ideal location

In the Grätzl around Sankt-Elisabeth square you have the Central Station of Vienna around the corner and with it a gateway to Europe, while you can comfortably reach popular areas of Vienna, such as the Belvedere, Karlsplatz or the Opera by foot, by bike, or with public transportation. Via the transportation hub Karlsplatz there is virtually no part of Vienna that isn’t easily accessible from here.

ART, CULTURE
AND CUISINE

Have a friendly chat at the kiosk, enjoy culinary delights at the specialty grocer Opocensky or buy fresh goods at the greengrocer right at the market on the square. People here know each other and always find time for some small talk.

To experience an even more bazar-like atmosphere you can take a stroll to nearby Naschmarkt, where the various stands sell a number of delights. From organic specialties, seafood, vinegar, handmade soap, to spices from all over the world – there isn’t much you can’t find here. Also, the flea market on Saturday is very popular with Viennese and tourists alike.

For those who prefer being served we recommend the art nouveau Café just around the corner. Alternatively, you can take a small stroll and will find a number of interesting options between Favoritenstraße and Naschmarkt.

With a full stomach you can then enjoy the cultural offers in the neighborhood. Many of the city’s most interesting institutions, such as Belvedere, 21er Haus, Wien Museum, Albertina, Konzerthaus, and the Opera are right on your doorstep.

Those who prefer fresh air can enjoy a walk in the gardens of the Belvedere, visit the nearby botanical garden, or can take a more active approach to sightseeing by joining a training of Vienna City Bootcamp, where you can sweat a little while taking in the sights.

For some fun in the evening we recommend the nearby Freihaus-Grätzl. Whether you prefer a fine glass of wine in the Vinothek Lutzmannsburg or a delicious cocktail at the always popular Motto, here you’ll find something to do and enjoy.

Bourgeois pleasures: Many wonderful restaurants, like the Peruvian restaurant Lima 56, or hotspots like Aromat or Motto are only a stone’s throw away.