You can call the Levante Parliament a successful mix between modern art gallery and minimalist hotel – at least that’s what it looks like. You can contemplate the universe, either in one of the 70 comfortable rooms, or on the beautiful terrace with the deep blue pool.
The hotel was opened in 2006, after having received a modern architecture makeover: Stone, glass, chrome and wood are the preferred materials, and in some areas the earthen aesthetics are reminiscent of a tropical lodge. The building’s history is just as exciting as the makeover: It dates back to the year 1908, when the Vienna School and the Bauhaus architects raged. There is a fitness area, sauna, garden and more – perfect for a few relaxing days. A night in a double starts at 310,- euros.
Tram: 5, 33 - Laudongasse, Kochgasse Bus: 13A - Laudongasse, Kochgasse