Vienna House launches new R.evo brand

Vienna House launches new R.evo brand

Combining the individuality of a home, flexibility of a guesthouse, and the stylish design of a city apartment, Vienna House has launched R.evo.

The new brand brings together guest rooms, studios, friends and family rooms with modern design, laid-back common areas and high-quality facilities.

The concept offers innovative technology and urban design features in a convenient central location, making it the perfect accommodation to suit the needs of today’s modern society.

The first project will open in Munich, followed by other major cities including Bangkok and Hamburg.

Vienna House R.evo positions Vienna House at the forefront of the hospitality industry, with the R.evo brand pushing the boundaries of hotel design to give guests greater flexibility and tap into the rapidly growing digital market.

“Vienna House R.evo is the way people are today: mobile, uncomplicated, curious and open-minded,” said Rupert Simoner, chief executive of Vienna House.


“Technology has changed us, and it is time that we give these new ways of life the space they deserve.”

At Vienna House R.evo, guests can check in for one night, several months or even just an afternoon.

The new brand allows guests to choose between hotel rooms, fully equipped studio apartments, friends and family rooms or simply a work space to rent.

The classic features of a hotel are all there: the services that make a hotel so convenient, the lobby, the reception, the laundry service, housekeeping and the restaurants.

But Vienna House R.evo goes the extra mile.

The on-site team coordinates deliveries and helps guests stock their fridge cooperating with local suppliers and offers e-bikes, e-car sharing and vehicle charging stations.

The workspaces are also in keeping with the digital age featuring state-of-the-art technology that is available for both staying guests and outside visitors.

Guests can also use an app to book the dryer in the laundry room, organise their fitness class at the gym, or reserve a table in the restaurant.