Marvel at the Baroque façades and step into a world gone by. Already in the entrance you will see a display cabinet which contains items from a medieval well which was located here as well as original artefacts from the Restaurant Ofenloch.
And, despite the lift, don’t forget to look at the remarkable staircase. Then, open the door of your apartment which is named after a famous musician, and admire the individual interior.
Enjoy the peace and quiet of the heart of the old town and take a look at the biography of “your” musician or listen to some of his compositions. There is even a library (about 300 books) for you to peruse at your leisure.
There are many places of interest only a short walk away including almost all cultural venues such as the opera, Burgtheater, Musikverein, Konzerthaus and more.
Vienna’s ecclesiastical emblem, the St Stephen’s Cathedral, is only 200 m away as well as St Peter’s Church and several other centuries-old sacred buildings.
Notable art collections such as the Art and Natural History Museum, the Albertina as well as the Austrian National Library are also well worth a visit.
Vienna is also the perfect place for shopping. Nearby is the “Golden Quarter” as well as the Kohlmarkt, Graben and the Kärntner Straße where you will find all international fashion brands. Wander through the historic and romantic alleyways and you will come across many small boutiques, antique shops and galleries.