The Hoxton Vienna, a hotel that seamlessly blends Viennese elegance with international flair

ByAndrea Thompson

April 23, 2024

Occupying a striking 1950s modernist building on Rudolf-Sallinger-Platz. This architectural gem once served as the headquarters of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce.

The building’s post-war design by Carl Appel, has been meticulously preserved, and its original features have been thoughtfully incorporated into the redesign. The Hoxton Vienna is part of the Ennismore Group, which owns the Hoxton brand.

The hotel offers 196 guest rooms across various categories which include Shoebox, Snug, Cosy, and Roomy.  Each room pays homage to the early 20th century Austrian designed with Geomatic patterned curtains, influenced by Wiener Werkstätte fabrics, statement ruched headboards inspired by Adolf Loos in simple palette tones with plush velvet, bold rugs and warm wood which showcases the Hox signature style.

Local photography on each wall and Hox signature amenities of a Roberts radio, Blank toiletries, signature comfy mattresses and blackout blinds to help you have a glorious nights sleep.

  • Bouvier Bistro: Is a French-meets-NYC all day bistro. Chefs Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske Valtierra cook seasonal produce such as chicken Caesar schnitzel and Moules-frites.
  • Salon Paradise: A speakeasy cocktail bar tucked away in the basement reliving the 50s & 60s.
  • Cayo Coco Rooftop Bar: A Cuban-inspired rooftop bar with stunning views of neighbouring Stadtpark and St. Stephen’s Cathedral.

Guests-Only Rooftop Pool:

  • Auditorium: The Hoxton Vienna’s largest event space. With tiered cinema-style balcony seating, vintage chandeliers, and electric blue drapes.
  • The Apartment: Another hybrid event space with 3 private rooms all set around an open pantry that transforms into a bar.

The Hoxton Vienna attracts a diverse crowd:

  • Business travellers appreciate the central location and well-appointed amenities.
  • Culture enthusiasts revel in the hotel’s proximity to Vienna’s iconic landmarks.
  • Design aficionados find inspiration in the carefully curated interiors.
  • Locals and tourists alike gather at the various dining and entertainment spaces.
  • Parents: Tiny Hox caters for all the essentials from nappies, bottle warmer to a Tiny Hox breakfast box.

Why stay at the Hoxton, well immerse yourself in Viennese history and culture, relax in elegance, enjoy the lively atmosphere and most of all explore the attractions with ease being in the heart of the city.

Whether you’re here for business or leisure, The Hoxton Vienna promises an unforgettable stay.