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      25hours Hotel at MuseumsQuartier

      Rooms 219   Architecture BWM Architekten und Partner   Interior Design Dreimeta, Zeytinoglu ZT GmbH
      The Original Christoph Hoffmann, Kai Hollmann, Ardi Goldman, Stephan Gerhard

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      BWM Architekten und Partner
      Design Dreimeta, Zeytinoglu ZT GmbH
      The Original Christoph Hoffmann, Kai Hollmann, Ardi Goldman, Stephan Gerhard
      —The hotel spectacularly unveils a stage for a traveling troupe of modern nomads, smartphone tamers, and digital acrobats.

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      25hours Hotel at MuseumsQuartier Lobby

      The 25hours Hotel at MuseumsQuartier is located in Vienna's 7th district, home to the shopping quarter Neubaugasse, the museums and the heart of Vienna's young, liberal, creative scene. Inspired by the city’s Opera, Life Ball, Prater and countless music and theater stages, the hotel’s design is organically distinctive. It creates a fantastical world of circus, spectacle and extravagance, with just a touch of madness. The bold colors, captivating illustrations on the wall, eccentric touches and informal visit-your-friends vibe aren’t for everybody. But the lively lobby/lounge and the rooftop Dachboden bar with the best views of Vienna is definitely popular with the locals night and day, and an easy way to get to know some hip insiders. 

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      Vienna International Airport - VIE
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      Lounge bar
      Complimentary WiFi


      BWM Architekten and Partner

      Overlooking Weghuberpark and tucked among the area’s mix of Baroque and modern architecture, the 25hours Hotel at MuseumsQuartier was created by BWM Architekten und Partner in two phases. In late 2010, the hotel opened with 34 suites. During the second stage, an additional 185 rooms, a spa, conference rooms, a roof terrace and restaurant have been added. 


      Sawdust meets velvet curtains meets fluffy carpet

      Working in cooperation with local architect Arkan Zeytinoglu, interior architect Armin Fisher—founder of the award-winning studio Dreimeta—has designed an ambience of improvisation, contradiction and eclecticism, where sawdust speckles heavy velvet curtains and hand-selected antiques stand on raw concrete floors. All elements of the rooms as well as the public spaces were individually chosen to give an eclectic feel.


      Rooms & Suites

      Overlooking Weghuberpark in Vienna’s 7th district, the hotel features 219 rooms and suites, including 34 suites with kitchenettes. Inspired by the early 20th century’s golden age of the circus, 25hours Hotel at MuseumsQuartier's made-to-measure design evokes an authentic atmosphere of stagecraft. The walls explode in colorful confetti from one of Germany’s best-known illustrators, Berlin-based Olaf Hajek, whose fanciful circus-themed creations seem to blur fantasy, reality, space, and time. Spread across seven floors, M, M+, L, and XL rooms have box spring beds for those who like to fly high, and the XL even features a bath on a private balcony. Suites occupy the top floors, including the aptly named Panorama suites. All guests have access to MINI cars and bicycles free of charge, making it easy to get around the Austrian capital.

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      Stephan Gerhard, Ardi Goldman, Christoph Hoffmann & Kai Hollmann

      The vanguard 25hours Hotel Company returns the tradition of the grand old hotel to contemporary form with its inventive, made-to-measure ‘budget-de-luxe hotels with freshly interpreted service’ where the staff maintains a concierge-level attentiveness, while invoking a laidback, authentic atmosphere. Each 25hours hotel tells a story via design concepts built from organic narratives inspired by the hotel’s location, as well as pure imagination. Ardi Goldman is their resident visionary, from real estate development down to the finest detail of décor; Stephan Gerhard keeps his sharp Swabian eye turned to the numbers; Kai Hollmann is the grand seigneur of Hamburg’s hospitality industry, and CEO Christoph Hoffmann claims the title of unwitting captain of their cunning fleet.

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