With magnificent wood floors, the rooms of the Altstadt Vienna are all different, with a trendy design. Nine rooms were recently designed by the Italian architect Matteo Thun. Love poems hanging from the chandelier, decorative fireplace, piano of the famous Bösendurfer brand, surprising red tiles, very low glass coffee table, plastic sofas, large 1,291 feet² wooden patio, each room will surprise you with a unique design. Pleasant, comfortable and well-fitted, displaying contemporary paintings, the rooms include two twin beds, telephone, Wifi Internet connection, minibar, individual air conditioning for certain rooms, plasma satellite television (25 channels ), free safe and modern desk. The small bathroom includes a flexible shower, but no tub, toilet in the room, hair dryer, handkerchiefs and welcome toiletries. The 8 suites of 860 feet² each offer separate shower, bathtub, and slippers. However, the star is the master room: The most beautiful and, therefore, the most expensive room. It has a separate shower, pedestal tub on a wooden platform adjacent to the bed, flat-screen television on a pedestal, chandelier, and a chess game integrated to a table. The naughty will enjoy a naked woman painted on the ceiling.