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Due to the difficult situation of the Corona Virus, our Graben Hotel remains closed until further notice!
We look forward to welcoming you to our Hotel Royal, Hotel Regina and Hotel Johann Strauss!
We would be happy to see you in one of the other Kremslehner Hotels in the meantime!
The Kremslehner family and the Graben Hotel Team
The Kremslehner family and team
The Graben Hotel Vienna is a 4 star hotel located in a quiet side street of the famous boulevard Graben just a few walking minutes from Hofburg and Stephansplatz. Beside the 4 star comfort you can join a culinary journey to Italy in our hotel's own Trattoria Santo Stefano.
ABOUT OUR HOTEL
Graben Hotel is located directly in the centre of Vienna on a quiet side street off Graben, right in the middle of the Old Quarter and, since 1927, owned by the Family Kremslehner. Thanks to the architecture of the building, all of the hotel’s 56 rooms have an individual character and are furnished with suitable art nouveau furniture. Complemented with both traditional and modern, the Graben Hotel offers its guests a welcoming and familiar atmosphere.
All sights in Vienna’s Old Town are reachable in short walking distance from the Graben Hotel. And the easy access to the public transportation network makes it easy for our guests to discover other parts of our beautiful city. As the whole inner city is a non-parking zone, the hotel has a cooperation with a nearby garage and offers a pick-up service for our guests at a fixed price.
The hotel’s own Trattoria Santo Stefano will take care of your culinary well-being. Here, you’ll be spoiled with traditional Italian delicacies. Just next door is our Salon Altenberg, which serves as the smoking area for the restaurant. You can also reserve the entire salon for meetings or private parties.
Hospitality has been a tradition at Graben Hotel for centuries.
Already at the end of the 18th Century, the “Einkehrgasthof zum Goldenen Jaegerhorn”, located in the current Graben Hotel, was famous citywide. From 1913, it developed into a favourite meeting point of the literary figures Franz Grillparzer, Peter Altenberg, Franz Kafka, and Max Brod. To this day in Graben Hotel you can marvel at the writing desk of Peter Altenberg.