last updated on 17.06.2020
Our hygiene standards
5 rules that we should all always follow
- Keep at least 1 meter away from others
- Do not shake hands
- Wear mouth and nose protection
- Wash hands several times a day
- Sneez or cough in the armcrook or in a handkerchief
Our personal protective measures for your safe and relaxing stay
We, Sobotka family and our team, have already adapt our internal hygiene and preventive measures to the situation so that you and our employees are optimally protected and can enjoy a nice and relaxing stay in our hotel.
- We welded the TV remote control to make cleaning easier for every guest.
Please do not unpack them.
- Additional pillows, cuddly blankets and cuddly pillows are only available on request.
- Unfortunately, we want to and have to do without difficult to clean decoration in this challenging time.
- Our reception staff will be happy to inform you personally about everything related to our hotel and tips for trips. There is currently no guest folder in the room, but we can also give you a freshly disinfected folder at the reception. We kindly ask you to hand it in again on departure.
- There is a disinfection dispenser on each floor next to the elevator, we ask you to use it. - This is how you protect us and yourself.
- Our housekeeping makes every effort to clean your room with the greatest care. Sockets, light switches, door buckles and storage areas are disinfected daily.
- We ask you to store your personal belongings in the wardrobe as far as possible so that you can make it easier for our housekeeping to clean the rooms carefully. Thank you very much!
If you do not want a room cleaning, please put the red do not disturbe sign on the door or inform our reception team.
We currently offer you a breakfast buffet that is tailored to the currently applicable hygiene and safety measures. Please choose your breakfast time the day before so that your table can be disinfected, set and prepared for you personally. Your table will then be ready for you in the morning at your chosen time for 45 minutes. Please disinfect your hands before using the buffet and use the cutlery provided to remove the food.
We look forward to fulfilling your wishes personally!
general rules of conduct for gastronomy, lodging and leisure activities
The following rules of conduct for personal protection have been published by the Austrian Federal Government.
- Keep at least 1 meter away from other people except people from the same household or fellow travelers in the same apartment.
When exercising, the distance must be at least 2 meters.
- The mouth and nose protector must only be worn in public transport and taxis, health care and services where the one-metre distance cannot be maintained. This does not apply to children up to the age of 6 or to people who cannot be expected to do so for health reasons.
- Reserve in advance if possible.
Avoid traffic jams at entrances and exits, reception and checkout areas if possible.
- Follow the instructions of the employees.
- Avoid shaking hands and hugs.
- Wash hands several times a day with soap and water for at least 30 seconds.
- Avoid touching the face with uncleaned hands.
- Sneeze or cough in the crook of the arm or in a handkerchief.
- Stay at home with signs of illness and do not travel. If there are signs during the stay, contact the host.
With your care you protect yourself as well as other guests and your hosts!
Latest information about Vienna
- The 1 metre minimum distance rule to persons with whom one does not live in a common household still applies.
- The mouth and nose protector must only be worn in public transport and taxis, health care and services where the one-metre distance cannot be maintained.
- The Prater is open again.
- Our Tourist Info in the city centre (Albertinaplatz) is open daily from 10am - 6pm. The Tourist-Info at the main railway station and at Vienna Airport will remain closed for the time being.
- Shops are open again.
- Public transport in Vienna is NOT restricted. Masks are compulsory in all public transport, including taxis and transport service providers.
- Restaurants, bars and coffee houses are open between 6 a.m. and 1 a.m. Only Service personnel must wear a mouth and nose protector. Reservation is recommended.
- Many sights and museums are already open again.
Details of the open museums
Details of the open sights
- The Vienna parks, the Federal Gardens (Schönbrunn Palace Park, the Augarten, the Burggarten, the Volksgarten and the Belvedere Garden) and playgrounds are open.
- Indoor leisure facilities, gyms and swimming pools are open again. Cinemas may also open.
- The short-term parking-zones are effective.
- Indoor and outdoor events are permitted for up to 100 people. From July 1, 2020, the upper limit will be raised to 250 people. From August 1, 2020, indoor events with up to 500 people will be possible, for events with up to 1,000 people a special prevention concept is required. For outdoor events, up to 750 visitors will be permitted from August 1, 2020 (up to 1,250 persons with a special prevention concept)
- Trade fairs and congresses are allowed again in Austria - after official approval and with Covid-19 prevention concept.
Suspicion of infection
If you suspect that you are infected, please stay in your room and avoid gatherings of people and public transport.
Call the health hotline on 1450: You will be looked after by medical staff over the phone and given further information.