A place for art lovers
Countless works of art are spread throughout the At the Park Hotel.
Whether in the restaurant area, the rooms, the lobby, the corridors or the wellness area. Because as diverse as the hotel is, so are the most varied works of art – from paintings and sculptures to antiques and individual furnishings.
World Heritage Suite #203
Since summer 2021, Baden has been awarded World Heritage status as one of the “Great Spa Towns of Europe”.
With a view of the magnificent spa gardens and surrounded by all eleven “Great Spa Towns of Europe” in the form of original graphics and, among other things, a spa attendant’s chair, you can also enjoy the flair of the world heritage town of Baden in our world heritage suite at the Hotel At the Park.
At the Park Hotel meets Paris
This unique picture & poster wall is all about the city of love – Paris!
In addition to the entire planning & renovation of the At the Park Hotel by Dipl. Ing. Roland Nemetz, he has given the hotel a special style with his unique flair for art and furniture. Among all the works of art by architect Roland Nemetz, however, one of his favourite projects can be found in the fireplace room, a poster wall individually designed by him from original “Affiche” from the 70s and Paris.
On this wall, his work as well as all his memories & experiences as an architect in Paris were immortalised.
“Young Austrian Artist Suite” #111
Equipped with unique works of art by Austrian
artists, including a work by the artist
artist Hannah Schwanzer.
Or also a work by the Austrian artist boicut.
“Zur Kur” (To the cure)
One of our largest works of art and a real eye-catcher in the reception area is the work of art “Zur Kur” which we owe to the sculptor Mathias Hietz from 1969.
Mathias Hietz worked with stone, wood and metal and was a sculptor at numerous international symposia. Another work by the sculptor is, among others, the Freiheitsbrunnen (Freedom Fountain) in front of the Vöslau Thermal Baths in Baden Vöslau!
“Art washes the dust of everyday life from the soul.”