The etagerie business and short-term apartments are located near the embassy district in Vienna, in the Quartier Belvedere.
Back when the baker’s daughter Marie was little, she used to stroll from Belvederegasse to the two Baroque castles every day. Today, they are a UNESCO world heritage site. Modern office buildings tower high in the air, art lovers are tempted by Klimt’s paintings, exercise enthusiasts jog in the Schlossgarten, and with the construction of the new main railway station, this Grätzl (Viennese for “quarter”) has become the gateway to Europe.
It is a melting pot for culture, future and internationality. And all this in a district the size of a village, with the character of a village, says Marie. Today, she still enjoys the tranquillity of the mottled side streets, the poppy seed croissants at the baker’s, and perhaps you’ll bump into her at her favourite spot: the Botanical Garden.
Excellent location! Anonymous and yet still close to the action.
in the etagerie guest review
Suit-wearers eat together with single mothers in the office canteen, while Japanese guests hop onto City Bikes after their business meetings and explore the greenest city in Europe.
In the footsteps of Klimt and Prince Eugene: From the étagèrie, you’re just a few steps away from the Belvedere with its splendid ornamental garden and museum.
Between new residents and old regulars: In the étagèrie, you are always surrounded by locals and can get the best secret tips.