Far from an ordinary chain hotel, Hotel Hollmann Beletage is a little hidden treasure in a quiet old town back street of the famous Austrian capital Vienna. All efforts have been made to make this a welcoming, relaxing home away from home. The hotel quotes “ here we will welcome, recreate and enliven you...”. The 26 large to very large rooms in this characteristic 19th century building are extremely cosy, yet at the same time beautifully styled with minimalist, high quality decor. There is a huge living room for all guests to share, providing a chance to meet fellow travellers. Complimentary tea and coffee are served at various times. Staff is relaxed and friendly and the breakfast bar presents an innovative mix of freshly prepared, healthy dishes to strengthen you for the day of exploration that lies ahead.
Any trip to Vienna will include a busy itinerary, so it's a huge bonus to start the journey from such a chic central location. A walk to the famous Stephansdom from here only takes 2 minutes on foot. Shopping in the city centre is 3 minutes away and even a visit to the Viennese Opera House just takes an evening stroll. Should you seek something more out of the ordinary, helpful staff will be delighted to point you in the right direction. Even though things are less hurried in Vienna, after an eventful day an urban garden and a small sauna oasis allow you to withdraw from city life and unwind. The hotel's restaurant will spoil you with delicious dishes in a relaxed atmosphere. Alternatively, the Hollman Salon just around the corner and set in the most beautiful, peaceful baroque courtyard is heaven on earth for gourmet lovers of lucallan and aesthetic experiences. Organic, regional and seasonal are the 3 pillars that make up the delicious cuisine. The hotel even offers a cooking class, teaching you how to preserve fresh organic produce.
Back at the hotel, let the experiences of the day pass by on a couch in the living room where John Malkovich sat, browse through the books Donna Leon left behind or hit the keys on the piano that David Helfgott practiced on. For alternative entertainment, grab a bag of fresh popcorn and visit the hotel's home cinema to explore the local movie scene. 3 features a day will give you an insight into Austria’s culture, society and history. For design-loving guests the Beletage also stands for a number of successful local fashion designers such as Lena Hoschek, regularly exhibiting design work. You are definitely made to feel part of something special here. Be it history, culture, architecture, innovation or originality, you will find it at Hotel Hollmann Beletage.
Unconventional hotel stay
Great starting point for Viennese excursions
Opportunity to embrace all that is innovative, creative and interesting
Games room and living room