25hours Hotel at MuseumsQuartier
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This hip hotel is in the trendy 7th district, a short stroll from Vienna's vast museum complex
- The renowned Spanish Riding School is a 15-minute walk away
- There's a funky restaurant, a rooftop terrace and a seasonal burger van
- Quirky guestrooms have a colourful circus theme and free Wi-Fi
Hip bars, cool cafés and cute boutiques pack Vienna's vibrant 7th district, the setting for the trendy 25hours Hotel at MuseumsQuartier. A short stroll from the sprawling arts complex it takes its name from -- one of the largest cultural centres in the world -- this funky lodging occupies a contemporary glass-lined building topped with a roof terrace overlooking the city. It's next door to compact, tree-lined Weghuberpark and a 5-minute walk from the nearest U-Bahn station, with the imposing Hofburg palace and legendary Spanish Riding School a 15-minute walk away. Both the Sigmund Freud Museum and Stephansplatz, Vienna's central square with its towering cathedral, are around a 20-minute walk from the hotel.
The 25hours Hotel at MuseumsQuartier's foyer sets the tone for the hotel's eclectic vibe, decorated with bold colours, vintage furnishings and industrial-inspired accents. This quirky style carries throughout the public areas, including the restaurant, where guests can dine on pizza and pasta amid mirror-lined walls, velvet drapes and retro lighting, and the homely rooftop bar featuring vintage lamps, hanging drum kits and a wall-mounted bicycle, and opening to a furnished terrace. There's also a game room, a gym and a sauna decorated with a mermaid mosaic, as well as a garden area housing an Airstream trailer serving burgers in the summer. Bike hire is free.
Bright murals dominate the hotel's circus-themed guestrooms, all of which come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, Bluetooth speakers and air conditioning, plus ensuite bathrooms with showers. Upgraded rooms add perks such as views of the park, sitting areas and balconies with freestanding bathtubs, while suites include coffee machines, kitchenettes and living space. Top-tier suites have wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows.