AD | Live, Work and Play with Like-Minded People at The Student Hotel

The Student Hotel, Vienna's newest hotspot, is a buzzing hub where people from all walks of life rub shoulders and exchange ideas. Adventure seekers, entrepreneurs, students and locals: this is the place for you!

TSH Lobby
Enter a bright new world at The Student Hotel

Move into TSH and get your own fully furnished studio or a hotel room with a shared kitchen as well as access to 1,000 m² of communal spaces. Have a coffee in the lobby, play ping pong with new friends or work-out in the fully equipped gym. Choose a nice spot in the lobby or study area of the hotel and get to work on that to-do list. Laundry facilities are also available.

If you’re thinking that a place called The Student Hotel is for students only, you’re sorely mistaken. As long as you’re young at heart and believe that people never stop learning, you’ll fit right in. At TSH, everyone is welcome! Whether you’re a digital nomad, a creative, a flex worker, a trainee, a young professional or run your own startup – this is the place to actualize your best self.  

TSH offers everything to make your stay as comfortable as possible:

  • fully furnished studios or rooms with a shared kitchen, featuring a comfy hotel bed; stay from 3 up to 12 months in a brand new hotel
  • high-speed WiFi
  • heating and climate control
  • bike-sharing
  • fresh linen, monthly cleaning, and 24/7 reception and security
  • an event calendar with plenty of member-only events to connect with others and be part of a diverse and fun international community.

All of this starts from €550,– p/m. All utilities are included with no hidden costs!

TSH is located in the trendy upcoming second district, within walking and biking distance to several universities, startup hotspots and various business areas. Recreational highlights like the Prater theme park and Augarten are nearby. The city center as well as the Danube Island are a mere 10-minute bike ride away.

For more information reach out to them at or give them a call at +43 720 882 556.

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