Grätzel report – Apartments in Hütteldorfer Straße

The Meislmarkt and Co. now have new neighbours: the CheckVIENNA apartments in Hütteldorfer Straße

Enjoy a delicious breakfast in Augustin, attend a jazz concert or would you prefer to go shopping in Vienna’s only indoor market? Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus, Vienna’s 15th district, can offer this and much more. And because of this, we took the occasion of the opening of the new CheckVIENNA apartments in Hütteldorfer Straße to find out more about the area around the holiday apartments. And we can say right away that there are many good reasons why you should pay a visit to this part of the city.

 

The new CheckVIENNA apartments in Hütteldorfer Straße

First of all, a small digression: the word Grätzel is Austrian and refers to parts of districts in Vienna. And we explored exactly such a Grätzel, namely the one around Hütteldorfer Straße for you.

Since 1878 the Hütteldorfer Straße has been called such. But the CheckVIENNA apartments there are completely new. They are situated in a central location, combined with modern charm and a feel-good factor. From here you can really get to know Vienna. Regardless of whether you visit the well-known attractions on foot or by taking the U3 underground line, which is close by, you will feel like a true Viennese in the modern equipped apartments in the style typical for old buildings in Vienna.

The apartments themselves can be booked in a wide range of sizes. They are perfect for a romantic holiday for two, a family holiday with children or also a fun holiday for a larger group of friends.

Every apartment stands out due to their modern and fully equipped kitchen, TV and free Wi-Fi. In addition there is also a washing machine which you can use – free of charge!

Here you can find further details about the new apartments in Hütteldorfer Straße:

Comfortable apartment: 30 m², 1 room, maximum 4 people, from € 38 per apartment and night

Superior holiday apartment: 39 m², 1 room, maximum 2 people, from € 45 per apartment and night

Apartment with room for 6 people: 45 m², 2 rooms, maximum 6 people, from € 55 per apartment and night

Spacious apartment with room for 8 people: 57 m², 2 rooms, maximum 8 people, from € 78 per apartment and night

Family apartment with 2 separate bedrooms: 80 m², 3 rooms, maximum 10 people, from € 88 per apartment and night

 

Perfect for self-catering guests – the Meislmarkt

Vienna is well known for its many different markets. But among all of these, the Meislmarkt particularly stands out. Because it is the only market which is held in a hall. So even a spot of rain will not spoil your shopping experience.

Fruit and vegetables, meat and fish as well as fresh bakery products – you will find all of these on offer here. Advice and quality are a matter of course at this market. The Meislmarkt can easily be reached on foot and is therefore a perfect place to go shopping before you return to cook in the modern kitchen in your CheckVIENNA apartment.

Meislmarkt
Address: Hütteldorferstraße 81B, 1150 Vienna
Website: http://meiselmarkt.com/
Opening times:
Monday – Friday: 9am – 7pm
Saturday: 9am – 6pm

 

Augustin – Breakfast salon in the 15th district

You really don’t want to cook? Realxing and enjoying are essential elements of any holiday in Vienna! And in Augustin, you can perfectly combine both. The restaurant is particularly popular because of the excellent breakfast it serves.

Only a short 10-minute walk separates the apartments in Hütteldorfer Straße and the Augustin. Afterwards you can tuck in and relax in the sunny outdoor area. If the weather is bad, you can make yourself comfy in the breakfast salon with its living room atmosphere.

Only those who are allergic to cat hair should think about a visit here if the weather isn’t good because two very affectionate cats live in Augustin. However, for cat lovers, this is simply another reason to visit this restaurant.

Das Augustin
Address: Märzstrasse 67, 1150 Vienna
Website: http://www.das-augustin.at
Opening times:
Monday – Thursday: 4pm – 12:30am
Friday: 4pm – 1:30am
Saturday: 9am – 1:30am
Sunday, Public Holidays: 9am – 12:30am

 

Trendy restaurant with a cozy oudoor oasis

This small jazz bar is situated somewhat hidden in Wurmsergasse in the 15th district and you can easily walk to it from our apartments. Concerts and events are held on a regular basis in the Blue Tomato which, above all, will make the hearts of jazz fans beat that much faster.

Because the garden is open in summer, there is a small break in the concerts it holds but this does not mean that the restaurant is less frequented. The cozy and very green outdoor area is a popular meeting place in this Grätzel. Here you can escape the jungle of the big city and spoil yourself with the seasonal dishes on offer.

Blue Tomato
Address: Wurmsergasse 21, 1150 Vienna
Website: http://www.bluetomato.cc
Opening times:
Tuesday – Thursday: 7pm – 1:30am
Friday – Saturday: 7pm – 3am

 

Famous attractions nearby – Schönbrunn Palace and the Technical Museum

You can reach the largest palace in Austria by public transport in only a few minutes from the apartments in Hütteldorfer Straße.

Depending on your wishes, you can book various tours – whether you want to explore the palace alone or a tour. And when you are in Vienna on holiday, you really should visit the Schönbrunn Zoo, which is a particular highlight especially for younger guests.

In contrast, the Technical Museum focuses rather on science. From an exploration of electricity to household technology and heavy industries, you can discover everything here.

Our tip: The tours and shows in the Technical Museum are of interest for both adults and children. Everything is explained in a clear and fascinating manner.

Schönbrunn Palace
Address: Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47, 1130 Vienna
Website: https://www.schoenbrunn.at/
Opening times:
The Palace is also open on public holidays.
Tickets can be purchased from 8am or online.
All opening times: https://www.schoenbrunn.at/en/visitor-information/opening-times/

Technical Museum Vienna
Address: Mariahilfer Straße 212, 1140 Vienna
Website: https://www.technischesmuseum.at/
Opening times:
Monday – Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday – Sunday, Public Holidays: 10am – 6pm

 

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Kardinal-Rauscher-Platz is likewise situated close to the apartments in Hütteldorfer Straße. The Square stands out due to its unique sculptures. In addition, you can also visit the beautiful Maria Church. And here children have the possibility to have fun at the playground and with the outdoor sports equipment (for all ages) while the water course with fountains at the adjoining Leopold-Mistinger-Platz is an absolute highlight in summer for children.

 

In case you cannot find any apartments in Hütteldorfer Straße, these CheckVIENNA apartments are also located in the same part of the 15th district:

Meiselstraße  – Studio-Apartment in a quiet location: 33 m², 1 room, maximum 2 people, from € 45 per apartment and night

Johnstraße – Holiday apartment in a top location – 12 minutes to Schönbrunn: 43 m², 2 rooms, maximum 2 people, from € 55 per apartment and night

Huglgasse – Large apartment for up to 6 people: 58 m², 2 rooms, maximum 6 people, from € 55 per apartment and night

Huglgasse – Studio apartment with a modern kitchen: 36 m², 1 room, maximum 2 people, from € 45 per apartment and night

Kröllgasse – Excellently equipped holiday apartment – a 10-minute walk from Schönbrunn: 33 m², 1 room, maximum 4 people, from € 45 per apartment and night

Kröllgasse – Apartment with 2 separate rooms: 44 m², 2 rooms, maximum 6 people, from € 55 per apartment and night

Kröllgasse – Generous apartment with space for 8 people: 62 m², 2 rooms, maximum 8 people, from € 65 per apartment and night

 

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