The 25hours hotel chain converted an old student hostel near the MuseumsQuartier into a hip designer hotel. Three additional floors in glass were added on top of the classic, unadorned reinforced concrete building from the 1970s. A bar has been set up on the top floor, the so-called attic. A bar like this has long been missing in the area. In a relaxed and cozy atmosphere, it offers a sensational view of the buildings on the Ringstrasse and the adjacent palaces.

The entire hotel – and therefore the bar as well – is dedicated to the topic of the circus. Not only the rooms, but also the bar in the attic, are furnished with interesting and humorous finds from the circus ring. These include many originals from the heyday of variety at the beginning of the 20th century. Metal grids are used a room dividers and are reminiscent of predator cages. A bicycle hangs from the ceiling. The large sofas and long table encourage communication and turn the attic in the 25hours hotel an extended living room. Although you can also have breakfast here, the bar is at its most appealing in the evening. DJs play on the occasional evening and ensure that the cocktails taste just that bit better with the right sound.

Attic bar (Dachboden-Bar) in the 25hours hotel

Lerchenfelder Straße 1-3
1070   Wien
www.25hours-hotels.com/wien