Area Attractions

In order to experience the Andaz concept in Vienna, the hotel is inspired by the spectacular art and architecture of the city, the diverse cuisine, the outstanding quality of life and the irresistible charm. Following Prince Eugene of Savoy, one of the leading developers and art collectors of his time, and the man behind Belvedere Palace, the Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere will showcase contemporary local art and design that will immerse guests in the history of Prince Eugene as well as the city of Vienna.

Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere

Arsenalstrasse 10
Vienna, Austria, 1100



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Art & Culture


The slightly different art area in the heart of the city includes the Leopold Museum, the Museum of Modern Art (MuMoK) and the Kunsthalle. Numerous hip bars make the museum district even more lively. In the summer months, you can relax on one of the Enzis (the well-known MQ lounge chair) and soak up the sun.

Freud Museum

From 1891 to 1938, the creator of psychoanalysis lived and worked in the house on Berggasse 19 in 1090 Vienna. Today, the former apartment and ordination show original furnishings as well as a selection of Freud's private antique collection, autographs and first editions of his works.

Hundertwasser Village

An architectural highlight and magnet for visitors from all over the world, the colourful Hundertwasser House is located in the 3rd district in Vienna. Only to be visited from the outside, it shows the typical elements of the artist, whose real name was Friedrich Stowasser.

Belvedere 21

Opposite the hotel, the Museum Belvedere 21 exhibits 20th and 21st century art. The building was built by star architect Karl Schwanzer for the 1958 World Expo, and has served as a museum since 1962. Guests of the Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere receive free entrance to the museum upon presentation of their room card.


The design museum of the extra class. The museum displays furniture, glass porcelain, silver and textile. Of particular interest are the pieces of the Wiener Werkstätte, founded in 1903 by Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser. The MAK Design Laboratory shows the narrow line between art and everyday life on an area of 2.000 sq m.


An amusement park for the whole family. From the nostalgic ringing game to the super-modern looping roller coaster, around 250 attractions await numerous visitors throughout the year. After a ride in the ghost train, you can look for a shady spot on one of the expansive meadows and take a break.

Food & Drink


From the Beach Bar to graffiti artworks, the Danube Canal offers a local mile like never before, especially in the summer months. Tip: Take a seat with a glass of wine or a G'spritzten on the Danube bank and watch the sunset.


Over 100 stalls selling fruit, vegetables, meat, baked goods, spices... everything the culinary heart desires. The restaurants’ offerings range from Viennese to Indian and Vietnamese, making for a colourful array of incomparable food. Every Saturday, there is also a flea market.


The creators of the restaurant Mochi offer both Erste Campus employees and non-bankers an urban canteen at any time of the day. Japanese specialities are served from an elongated open-plan kitchen, and lovers of salmon and teriyaki get their money's worth.

Wiener Würstelstand

Spread all over Vienna, you get the traditional Viennese sausage stand a Käsekrainer (pork sausage with up to 20% cheese), bratwurst, hot dog or currywurst combined with a special beer or a Himbeerkracherl.



Right next to the main shopping street Mariahilfer Straße, young Viennese fashion designers present their creations in small boutiques and pop-up stores on a small side street.


From Karlsplatz to St. Stephen's Cathedral, the main shopping area of Vienna offers countless opportunities to stroll and shop. Whether fashion chains or flagship stores, small boutiques or well-known brands, you will find everything here.

Gumpendorfer Strasse

Creative, young shops and trendy bars mixed with traditional craft shops and coffee houses – the kind of diversity that makes this shopping street unique. From fashion to beauty to furniture, the side street between Mariahilfer Straße and Naschmarkt is home to interesting shops.



Grelle Forelle

Focusing on techno, but showcasing a variety of genres including house, hip-hop live shows and alternative concerts, the Grelle Forelle has an eclectic commitment to “underground” music of highest quality.

Day Trips


An adventure trip filled with fun! From mowing with a scythe to milking a cow and baking grapes, at the Landmatura, you learn everything about life in the countryside.