Wonderfully nestled in between the picturesque hills of the Wachau, there is the luxury hotel La Petite Ivy. The building Trenninghof itsef is listed for preservation and has been completely renovated. It is now an absolute haven of calm and art and offers not only architectural but also scenic highlights.
The hotel definitely lives up to its philosophy "Hidden Place You Have To See Before You Die". 5 unique rooms, which are equipped with every luxury you can possibly get, will make every guest's heart beat a little faster. As the proprietor Martin Ho - who also owns Dots, Ivy's Pho House as well as 3 night clubs in Vienna - is a huge art lover, numerous pieces of contemporary art can be admired at La Petite Ivy.
Deluxe Zimmer "Bukakke" for sure is one of the most exclusive experiences at La Petite Ivy. Its special design, focused on the photographs of artist Nobojoschi Araki, creates an exciting atmosphere and invites to forget the stress of daily routine. The private balcony with a panoramic view over the hills of the Wachau and the freestanding bathtub are further highlights of the room.
THE “LA PETITE IVY” IN MÜHLDORF IN THE LOWER AUSTRIA WACHAU IS “PETITE”. BUT THE REST OFFERED FOR THE SOUL AND THE ART FOR THE EYE IS BIG CLASS.
Gentle hills, all planted with beautiful grapes, medieval villages and the banks of the Danube are distinctive for the Wachau. Thanks to mild climate, perfectly sun faced slopes and special soil, the region is home to some excellent wines that are highly valued by experts worldwide. Furthermore, on 33 kilometres along the Danube, a multitude of historical buildings can be found. Hence, for sure one of the best ways to experience Europe’s most beautiful river valley is to go on a boat trip. Varied landscapes, artsy vineyards, vast plains and valuable cultural assets are just waiting for you to be seen on both shores. If you are not so much into boating, you can of course explore the region by going on a bike ride along the Danube cycle track or by spoiling yourself with a nice carriage ride. Numerous restaurants, which serve top-notch regional cuisine, make sure that gourmets do not come up short.