BREAKFAST THE VIENNESE WAY
Breakfast is something special in Vienna. We Viennese love breakfast. It is the most important meal of the day and should be enjoyed in comfort. It gives us energy for the rest of the day and this is why we celebrate it here at Hotel Schani.
Fresh, aromatic coffee – maybe with some milk froth? – is a must. Whether a Viennese Roast by Julius Meinl from the bar or a Nespresso from the buffet, coffee is always available. However, if you don’t like coffee, organic tea by Sonnentor and freshly squeezed juices are available to you.
FRESH LOCAL PRODUCTS
A generous buffet with regional products and fresh bread rolls will sweeten your day in the morning. Healthy fruit and vegetables, as well as various types of jam, cold meats and cheeses are there to enjoy, sweet and savoury, muesli and eggs – after all, you don’t treat yourself like this every day. You’re welcome to dig in.
Our breakfast is available from Monday to Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and at the weekend and on bank holidays from 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. You can also pay us a quick visit before you go to work and enjoy our breakfast. The breakfast is € 13.00 for hotel guests and € 14.00 for external guests.
Just stay a bit longer and get yourself another plate because you can eat breakfast at our hotel until 11:00 a.m. at weekends and on bank holidays. No one can refuse breakfast with friends, family or their partner at a permanently, well stocked buffet with a wide choice of delicacies.
It’s difficult to hold negotiations on an empty stomach. Our breakfast buffet is very popular as a business breakfast, as you can exchange views much better in professional environment. Additionally, Hotel Schani Wien holds a monthly Coworking Breakfast for you to network.
No matter whether we call it an outdoor dining area or “Schanigarten”: if the weather permits, breakfast can be enjoyed in a leisurely way in Schani’s garden. This is a particular highlight in bright sunshine. Then, you can listen to the twittering of the birds and the buzzing of bees during breakfast and before you throw yourself into the fray of the busy city.