On October 15, 2022, the grätzlhotel Serviten opened two new, particularly beautifully located street suites: the pilot and the captain.

Our Street Suites in Porzellangasse are located at Porzellangangasse, where you will also find the local contact at Mast Weinbistro. Those who like things personal are very welcome here.

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 at Große Sperlgasse 6 and retrieve their room key. Of course URBANAUTS Hospitality is available for any questions regarding your stay.

Bookable suites:
Street Suite

French flair in
the middle of Vienna

The Servitenviertel between Währinger Straße, Schottenring and Rossauer Lände is one of the most picturesque districts in Vienna. Like in hardly any other Viennese quarter, one encounters cultural institutions, architectural monuments and, of course, culinary delights at every turn. No wonder that the Servitenviertel enjoys a reputation as the Little Paris of Vienna. In the midst of this joie de vivre, the grätzlhotel is opening two new, beautifully located street suites: the Pilot and the Captain. The fact that the two have settled here, of all places, is no coincidence – the new grätzlhotel location was previously home to a travel agency.

Cobbled streets, cozy guest gardens and culture and cuisine wherever you look: The Servitenviertel is an urban oasis in the middle of the 9th district.

Bonjour in the Servitenviertel

The idyllic quarter takes its name from the Servite monastery founded here in 1639, near today's Servite Church. Meanwhile, especially fans of the French lifestyle feel at home here: in no other Viennese Grätzl you hear so much French as here. Probably because the Lycée Français, awell-known French-speaking school, is located here. But it may also be due to the charming Café La Mercerie, which contributes to the French flair of the neighborhood with homemade croissants and eclairs and tartes delivered fresh daily from Paris. Those who prefer vegan soul food will feel particularly at home at Plain, across the street. If, on the other hand, you can't get enough French, the Edelschimmel cheese bar is the place to go, with around 80 hand-picked varieties of fromage. These can be tasted directly on site with chutneys and accompanied by a glass of champagne. For fans of international delights, there are wonderful wines and Chinese street food at Kiang Wine & Dine. Pramerl and the Wolf offers creative cuisine and a relaxed atmosphere, while Gasthaus Rebhuhn serves classic Viennese tavern fare. On top of that, every Thursday between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., a speciality market with delicacies from all over the world takes place in front of the church on Servitenplatz. There is also no lack of architecture in this picturesque quarter. First and foremost is the famous Strudlhofstiege, which was the title of Hermito von Doderer's novel and is one of the most romantic places in the city. The beautifully preserved wooden facades of many stores, such as the Xocolat chocolate factory, are also particularly eye-catching. However, the store attracts passers-by more with its irresistible praline scent than with the ornate, dark wood paneling. Tip: You can even become a chocolatier yourself here during regular workshops. In addition to the Sigmund Freud Museum and Palais Liechtenstein, culture lovers can also discover Vienna's oldest Jewish cemetery in the Servitenviertel. In addition, numerous theatre institutions such as the Schauspielhaus, Theater Center Forum or Bronski & Grünberg attract visitors.