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Roosevelt Stadthaus is not a hotel. Our guests appreciate that we don't offer the hassle of room service, no stressful breakfast times, none prying eyes in the lobby. But we don't limit ourselves to impersonal check-in with a key code either. We welcome you personally, even if your flight is delayed. 

The townhouse has existed since 2016 and is family-run. The whole family loves to travel themselves, so we believe that we can respond well to the needs of our guests.


Konstanze and Johanna are real Viennese. They know the hot spots in the city as well as the insider tips. If you want to know where you can enjoy a good breakfast, where you can get a good Wiener Schnitzel without having to stand in line, or which Heurigen only the Viennese go to. We are always happy to help you - even without reception.


A house with history

Located in a historic Wilhelminian style house from the 19th century, the Roosevelt Stadthaus looks back on a long history.The building in its present form was erected in 1886 by the architect Emil von Förster. 


The Viennese architect Adolf Loos designed several apartments in the house, parts of it have survived to this day. Loos is regarded worldwide as one of the pioneers of modern architecture. Among the prominent residents of the townhouse counts Arthur Schnitzler. He lived here with his mother Louise from 1893 to 1911. On April 15, 1945 the first meeting of university professors for the reopening of the University of Vienna after the end of the war took place here.

Well located

Stadthaus Roosevelt offers a brilliant city center location directly opposite the Votive Church and close to the Ringstrasse in the heart of Vienna's old town. A perfect starting point for strollers: in the vicinity some of the most beautiful sights such as the Hofburg, shopping streets in the city center, the Servitenviertel, the Town hall, the University and Parliament as well as the most important museums and art galleries are reachable in a few minutes walking distance.

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