100 years of Viennese charm

Hotel Erzherzog Rainer

Living in a Viennese hotel with a long-standing tradition

Since more than 100 years run as a family establishment, always indented to the Viennese tradition.

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Name giver: Erzherzog Rainer

A hotel with a history of 100 years

Hotel Erzherzog Rainer was built by a former purveyor to the royal household and is a Viennese hotel with a long-standing tradition. This hotel in Vienna is located in the middle of the “Freuhausviertel” district, which is known for its manufactures and small specialist shops, yet still close to the centre and in walking distance to Karlskirche, Belvedere Palace, Wiener Musikverein and the opera house.

A family-run hotel stays family-run

After its opening in 1913 the hotel was owned by the Nedomansky family for 80 years.

In 1994 the Nedomansky family sold the hotel to another dynasty, the Schick family – a hotel dynasty with just as long a tradition. Only a family business can carry on the traditional values of a family-run hotel.

Both families have been close friends and marked the hotel's 100th anniversary in 2013 with a wonderful ceremony. 

Your customised holiday

Hotel Erzherzog Rainer will meet your special wishes and needs with a great range of offers. Special pillows and duvets, special breakfast wishes or a parking space, everything will be made available for you.

It goes without saying that all rooms come with WiFi and SKY TV channels.

Eat well “at home”

The Wiener Wirtschaft restaurant at Hotel Erzherzog Rainer prepares meals in the tradition of the Austrian imperial cuisine, a potpourri of the former Austrian empire. 

Close to culture

The hotel's location – behind Karlskirche, in immediate vicinity to the Vienna State Opera and Belvedere Palace as well as Palais Schwarzenberg and various town houses - is a statement in itself.

Book your room at Hotel Erzherzog Rainer and experience the imperial Vienna. 

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