Wood in the bohemic Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus district
Mariahilfer Gürtel 33, 1150 Vienna
Wood embraces a complete digital guest journey, managed without physical human contact and without a reception on site. Guests are given a digital key for self-check-in and check-out. Our guest experience team is available 24/7, enabling full support via your smartphone. As a symbol for a generation of sustainable travel, Wood also captures the aesthetic of the three most vibrant areas of Vienna. A majority of the rooms at Wood are fitted with kitchenettes suitable for an extended stay.
Amenities at Wood Rooms & Apartments
High Speed Wifi
24/7 Direct Contact
Professional Cleaning Inline with WHO Standards
Sustainable Shampoo & Conditioner
Fresh Sheets & Towels
Designed by COSI
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Check-Out Time: 11:00
Late Check-Out Upon Request
Check-In Time: 15:00
Early Check-In Upon Request
No Pets Allowed
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Public Parking Available
Free Cancellation on Flexible Bookings
Reinforced Health & Hygiene Standards. Read more here
An emerging avant-garde interior made entirely of sustainably sourced spruce trees, Wood’s name gives away its radical design. The towering six storeys of Wood’s architectural structure and façade were constructed. The building casts a shadow over the Mariahilfer Gürtel like an urban tree, giving the three areas the powerful sensation of nature in a downtown setting. For each of the 1,500 spruce trees that were used in construction, they were replaced with one or two seedlings in a nearby forest.
From our Guests
Such a cool space. The whole building radiates this kind of peaceful feeling.
The Neighbourhood Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus
Based at the edge of Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus and near Mariahilfer and Neubau, Wood is at the intersection of three of the most culturally distinct districts in Vienna. Multicultural elements from Turkish and Balkan culture flow into an atmosphere of iconic storefronts and restaurants. Nearby, the baroque church towering over the Mariahilfer district leads into the neighbourhood of Neubau, featuring clubs and bars in the former red-light district.
Where to eat
Vienna is a wonderful city to experience anything from traditional local dishes to inspiring fine dining venues. It is also full of restaurants and cafes offering a plethora of unique experiences, further securing its status as one of the most livable cities in Europe.
Endless shopping opportunities awaits in vienna. The city has the perfect retail therapy catered to individual likings. Head to Goldenes Quartier for luxury boutiques or eclectic flea markets such as Naschmarkt for unique finds.
Parks are an integral part of the city's culture and often home to intriguing historical monuments, opportunities for outdoor activities, and quintessential Austrian beer gardens.
Vienna hosts some world-class museums. Savour the local art scene and explore the museum culture of this wonderful city.
Sustainability is becoming an increasingly dominant force in the travel industry. Wooden buildings provide a potential solution as trees take in CO2 their entire lives before being used in construction and replaced in sustainable woods.
Rooms with kitchenettes
Many rooms at Wood have kitchenettes, with two hobs, a mini-fridge and a separate sink in the bathroom. Most rooms are equipped with dishes, essential cooking utensils and cutlery, allowing guests to cook their favourite meals away from home.
A wonderous view of the city
From Wood’s terrace, guests can see the classic, red-shingled buildings of three of Vienna’s most culturally vibrant areas: Neubau, a hipster suburbia; Mariahilfer, an area of avant-garde fashion; and, Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus, a multicultural paradise.