|A&O Wien Stadthalle
The A&O Wien was opened in January 2009. The historic building is extremely colorful; its rustic vaulted cellar bar provides an inviting atmosphere with its historic charm, but it also has a spacious and comfortable library, as well. It is located near the historic city center and the Westbahnhof, which makes it easy to reach by any vehicle. Besides its modern rooms, it assures tranquility with its beer garden and library, as well, but if you want to observe Vienna’s most amazing city sights, you don’t have to go far, either: the St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the Museum of Fine Arts are also nearby. There are parking spaces available for those arriving by car.
A&O Wien Hauptbahnhof
The A&O Wien Hauptbahnhof opened in March 2013 and has single, double and family rooms, as well. The A&O Wien Hauptbahnhof is located just 100 meters from the future railway station where parts of the operation run since the summer of 2012 and will be fully operational in 2015. Vienna’s numerous sights such as the St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the museum quarter can be reached by foot in just a few minutes. Its specialties are the “All you can eat” breakfast and the SkyBar in the rooftop.
The city of Vienna offers plenty attractions for the guests. In the beautiful park of the Castle Schönnbrunn we can wander around all day long. You should visit the zoo and walk in the maze. From the Gloriette we can have a very nice view to the whole park and castle. The city centre also offers a lots of attractions. The fiacer or horse-drawn carriage is one of the characteristics of Vienna. Travelling on that we can explore the sights of the city, but we can also do that on foot. The State Opera House was completed in 1896 and is one of the world's most important Opera Houses today. The Hofburg is situated in the southwest part of the city. Its latest built and most spectacular part is the Neue Burg. The Sissy Museum and the National Library are also the part of the Hofburg. The Kunsthistorisches and Naturhistoriches Museum are also worth a visit. The most important religious building in Austria's capital, St. Stephen's Cathedral, which is located in the Stephansplatz, has borne witness to many important events in that nation's history and has, with its multi-colored tile roof, become one of the city's most recognizable symbols.From here by walking down on the Kärntner and Mariahilfer Straße we can take a look at the local boutiques and shops. Vienna's Amusement Park, the Prater can also offer a great fun. If it is possible get on the Ferris wheel. It offers a magnificent view to the city.