(from Germany, Salzburg) Drive straight (Hietzinger
Kai, Schönbrunner Strasse) until Gaudenzdorfer Gürtel, turn right and
keep going until Landstrasser Gürtel, turn left there and then left
again at the second intersection (Landstrasser Hauptstraße),turn right
(from Italy, Klagenfurt, Graz) Landstrasser Gürtel exit, turn right
towards Landstrasser Hauptstrasse, turn left at the second
intersection (Landstrasser Hauptstrasse)
(from Hungary, Slovakia) Go straight until
Stadionbrücke bridge, turn left into Schlachthausgasse street (221),
drive until Landstrasser Hauptstrasse
SÜDBAHNHOF, WIEN WESTBAHNHOF
Tram line 18 towards Erdberg until St. Marx
station, then turn left at the first intersection course information
CAT – City
Airport Train (16 Minuten in die
City) * as far as Landstrasse Wien Mitte (runs every 30 minutes between
05:38-23:08; the trip takes about 20 min.) (2) Bus 74A to
Schlachthausgasse *as an alternative to the CAT, you can also
ride the commuter rail system, line S2, getting off at "St.
Marx", from where it is about a 7-min. walk to the hotel.
Visit the 12
piece of Viennese tradition -
A meeting place for young and old.
In the historical ambience
from the year 1339 you can enjoy the variety of our original Viennese
prescriptions and you can be enchanted by our select wines.
Hotel Gabriel, which stands on
the Landstrasser Hauptstrasse in Vienna's 3rd district, known as the "Erdberg",
is very centrally located close to Vienna's historic city center. The
3rd district and Hotel Gabriel both look back on a long tradition and
Hotel Gabriel – a 3-star hotel
- is located in the 3rd district, which means it is in the heart of
Vienna. The building which houses today's Hotel Gabriel was originally
built in the style of the Biedermeier era in 1826, with ownership
passing to the Gabriel family in 1892 and Betty Gabriel subsequently
rechristening the establishment Hotel Gabriel.
Hotel Gabriel is on one of the
most important shopping streets in Vienna in "Erdberg", the 3rd district,
able to look back on a considerable history. Since antiquity, the
Landstrasser Hauptstrasse has been one of Vienna's most important
transportation arteries, leading until the 5th century to the Roman camp
at Vindobona, the center of today's Vienna. Even England's King Richard
the Lionhearted once lodged here. Later - in the 14th century - a period
of rapid construction began, the result of which are beautiful baroque
facades, magnificent sacred buildings, old Biedermeier homes of the
prosperous middle classes, as well as an authentic market (Rochusmarkt).
All of these structures continue to leave their mark on the ambience of
three-star Hotel Gabriel.
Many of Vienna's important
suppliers were also located in the 3rd district, including the first
brewery of the Mautner Markhof family.