Following a recent renovation, the Renaissance Wien Hotel is once again ready to welcome guests to Vienna. And it’s been quite a transformation for this old-world hotel given a modern makeover. Guests are greeted with a hip, distinctive new façade, and every one of the 305 guest rooms has been overhauled and given a chic, modern touch. New meeting and function rooms offer stylish venues for any event, from conferences to weddings. It would be a shame not to experience this iconic city while you’re in town, and our local Navigator Natascha is happy to help you do just that. See a show at the Vienna State Opera, explore the famous Schönbrunn Palace or just wonder the famous cobblestoned streets. Whatever adventure you choose, Vienna never seems to get tired.
Discover fresh herbs, spices and condiments at this specialty shop. The perfect way to spice up your next meal.
Pick up wild herbs grown in Vienna along with other organic specialties at Henzls Ernte. Add delicious and natural flavors to your cooking when you pick up pickles, ketchups, jams, and veggies. You can even order healthy and delicious vegetable pastries to be delivered!
Address: 3/2 Kettenbrückengasse, Vienna, 1050, Austria
Phone: +43 676 755 2526
Opening hours: Thursday to Friday from 01:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Website: http://www.henzls.at/Hotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 1.8 mi
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Find a bevy of vegetarian and vegan options at this modern Vienna eatery. Their samosas and curry dishes are delicious.
Located in the 13th District, Hollerei is every vegetarian's dream restaurant. The menu offers both vegetarian and vegan options that include curries, soups and tofu dishes as well as a variety of Austrian wine. The service is friendly and the interior is charming to boot - airy, flowery and spacious, with sleek wooden tables and contemporary light fixtures, Hollerei is a restaurant that caters to everybody.
Address: 9 Hollergasse, Vienna, 1150, Austria
Phone: +43 1 892 3356
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 11:30 AM to 03:00 PM,Monday to Saturday from 06:00 PM to 12:00 AM,Sunday from 11:30 AM to 05:00 PM
Website: http://www.hollerei.at/Hotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 0.3 mi
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Unwind and relax in the unpretentious Irish pub. The leather Chesterfield sofas offer the perfect seat to sip on a pint or two.
Connolly's is a modern take on an Irish Pub. The modern interior - chic leather couches and with brick walls displaying art - belies its traditional offerings of good beer and pub food. Enjoy a Guinness or a glass of red, white, or sparkling wine if you're in the mood for something a bit less traditional. Sandwiches like the Frank Sinatra - made with Italian bratwurst, roasted red onions, cheddar cheese, chili seeds, lettuce, and mayo - bring the lunch crowds into this local hangout.
Address: 268 Schonbrunner Strasse, Vienna, 1120, Austria
Phone: +43 676 495 4060
Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM,Tuesday to Friday from 04:00 PM to 11:00 PM,Saturday from 06:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Website: http://www.connollys.at/Hotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 0.5 mi
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This traditional Viennese inn offers delicious specialties like Wiener Schnitzel and Grandma's soup in a time-honored ambiance.
Gasthof Zum Renner is a traditional Viennese inn steeped in a history that dates back to 1899. Originally owned by the Beer-Renner family, it retains its historic character and genuine Austrian hospitality. On the seasonal menu are Smoked Ham, Baked Pork Chop, Sirloin Steak and more. Complement your meal with wine by the glass or Viennese beer and beverages. Their dining rooms are adorned with antiques, creating a charming vibe, while a table at their beer garden is much-coveted.
Address: 4 Nussdorfer Platz, Vienna, 1190, Austria
Phone: +43 1 378 5858
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Website: http://www.zum-renner.at/Hotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 5.8 mi
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Swig cocktails in a Neo-Baroque style lounge with vintage lamps and mirrored mauve walls, accompanied by contemporary Austrian dishes.
Motto Schönbrunn is an upscale lounge and restaurant with luxurious Baroque Revival interiors. The royal violet walls are illuminated by old-fashioned chandeliers, the sofas exhibit luxurious upholstery and flower arrangements add charm to this magnificent space. Guests can enjoy Spanish Rioja and Austrian wines as well as classic cocktails with attractive garnish. The menu offers traditional Viennese recipes with modern tweaks in dishes like Strawberry Dumplings and Styrian Farmer’s Salad with sheep cheese. Occasionally, one can even spot a celebrity dining at this bar and restaurant.
Address: 30 Schonbrunner Strasse, Vienna, 1050, Austria
Phone: +43 1 587 0672
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 06:00 PM to 02:00 AM,Friday to Saturday from 06:00 PM to 04:00 AM,Sunday from 06:00 PM to 02:00 AM
Website: http://www.motto.at/motto/Hotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 1.6 mi
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Sample innovative sushi such as the Marilyn Monroll, or select combos with classic flavors like the See-Saibling Sashimi.
Vienna has numerous sushi bars but DOTS Experimental Sushi stands apart due to its innovations on this traditional Japanese rice and seafood dish. The experimental sushi menu features the Pink Lady with rock shrimps in cocktail sauce, Geisha Lips prepared from avocado and tuna, and Bloody King Crab Roll made from King Crab Tartare. Those who are not feeling too adventurous can opt for the classic Ebi Maki, Sake Maki or Ocean Sashimi. This restaurant is also ideal for a candlelight dinner where the dim lighting faintly illuminates the Japanese art on the walls.
Address: 103 Mariahilfer Straße, Vienna, 1060, Austria
Phone: +43 1 920 9980
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 12:00 PM to 01:00 AM,Friday to Saturday from 12:00 PM to 02:00 AM,Sunday from 05:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Website: http://www.dots-lounge.comHotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 1.2 mi
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Europe's oldest alpine garden is replete with chilly winds blowing through high Alpine trees, European flowers and Japanese bonsai.
The Alpengarten Wien is a historic alpine garden and the oldest of its kind in Europe. Created in the 18th Century, the garden was used by Archduke John of Austria to collect and grow rare species of plants. This hidden gem is nestled within the Belvedere Garden and is spread over approximately 2500 square meters (26,910 square feet). It has more than 100 varieties of bonsai and 4000 types of plants from Alpine regions such as the Himalayas, Rocky Mountains, Andes and Alps. Colorful flowers like Rhododendrons bloom amid thick grasses and pines and conifers grow tall. Tiny cottages, waterfalls and bridges dot the landscape. This garden changes hue with every season and visits can be dictated by the particular flower in bloom or plant species that interest the visitor.
Address: 27 Prinz Eugen Straße, Vienna, 1030, Austria
Phone: +43 1 798 3149Hotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 3 mi
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A dance floor, music nights and art exhibitions make this bar a rather exciting place; where guests can also enjoy organic breakfasts.
Wirr is more than a regular bar: it is a creative space for art, music and dance. Guests can tap their feet to groovy DJ music in the lower-level club till late night. While the upper-level bar serves light snacks with ingredients grown using sustainable methods. On weekends, guests can choose from a variety of breakfasts such as California Dreamin', Orient and the Burger Breakfast. Weekday menus feature a salmon bagel, chive bread and a lemon-poppy muffin. This bar also holds exhibitions that showcase the work of upcoming artists. Check their website for a detailed calender of events.
Address: 70 Burggasse, Vienna, 1070, Austria
Phone: +43 1 929 4050
Opening hours: Monday to Wednesday from 08:00 AM to 02:00 AM,Thursday to Saturday from 08:00 AM to 04:00 AM,Sunday from 08:00 AM to 02:00 AM
Website: http://wirr.at/Hotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 1.9 mi
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Come visit this museum housed inside the tower that once served as the world's first mental ward.
Narrenturm was the world's first mental ward and is also called the Idiots Tower. It was built in 1784, under Emperor Josef's rule. After the psychiatric hospital was closed, it served as residence for doctors and nurses. Now it houses the Federal Pathologic-Anatomical Museum. It is located within the vast campus of the University of Vienna. The tower is huge, so you would have a hard time missing it.
Address: 2 Spitalgasse, University of Vienna Campus, Vienna, 1090, Austria
Phone: +43 1 52 177 606
Opening hours: Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM,Saturday from 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM
Website: http://www.narrenturm.at/Hotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 2.9 mi
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Globe Museum is the only establishment dedicated to 3-D and digital representations of the moon and planets open to public in the area.
The Globe Museum, affiliated to the Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, is located within the Palais Mollard. The remarkable collection of 650 objects showcased can be credited to the research of the lineage of Austrian astronomers. It features terrestrial globes of the earth, moon, planets and celestial bodies as well as digital exhibitions. With the help of an interactive computer you can also take a virtual round-trip of the solar system. On your way out, visit the Esperanto Museum next door.
Address: 9 Herrengasse, Palais Mollard, Vienna, 1010, Austria
Phone: +43 1 5341 0710
Opening hours: Tuesday to Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM,Thursday from 10:00 AM to 09:00 PM,Friday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PMHotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 2.7 mi
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Spodd One sources from top-name designers, regularly reorganizing and restocking to provide contemporary couture and vintage gems.
At the heart of Vienna's Innere Stadt, Spodd One offers a spartan collection of upscale designer wear in a range of styles for cosmopolitan shoppers. Form-fitting or flowing, contemporary or retro, the multitude of brands and designers showcased at Spodd One is hard to beat. Up-and-coming designers comprise the bulk of Spodd's inventory, with cutting-edge couture on display like nowhere else. For a brand new look from local and international figures, stop by Spodd One during your next trip to Vienna.
Address: 5 Salztorgasse, Vienna, 1010, Austria
Phone: +43 1 890 4484
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 AM to 06:30 PM,Saturday from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Website: http://www.myspodd.com/Hotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 3.2 mi
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Starting with high-quality materials, all of the traditional dirndls and mens' liveries at Tostmann Trachten are handmade in Austria.
Right inside the Innere Stadt if Vienna, Tostmann Trachten is keeping the country's clothing traditions alive. Handmade women's dirndls, the traditionally Tyrolian and incredibly iconic Austrian dress, are one of the shops specialties. These costumes are still present at many wedding events and absolutely widespread during annual Oktoberfests. Men have their fair share of options too, with full liveries and all of the accouterments fully stocked in the store's inventory. Children ages one and up can even get in on the action, with affordable outfits that make for the perfect show-off souvenir. High-quality clothing that hearkens back to bygone days of Austria's history.
Address: 3a Schottengasse, Vienna, 1010, Austria
Phone: +43 1 533 5331
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM,Saturday from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Website: http://www.tostmann.at/Hotel: Renaissance Wien Hotel, Vienna
Distance: 3 mi
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