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Right Wienzeile 35 Wombat's Hostel opens a café on the Naschmarkt
The Wombat's Cityhostel on the Naschmarkt is breaking new ground. Due to the ongoing crisis in the travel industry, the hostel has now opened a coffee house in its lobby.
AGAIN. "Opening a café in times like this takes a certain amount of chutzpah," says Marcus Praschinger, co-founder and managing director of Wombat’s City Hostels, with a smile.
"When we opened the first Wombat’s hostel at Vienna's Westbahnhof in 1999, this business was still in its infancy in Europe," said Praschinger. The Wombat's Group now has hostels in four countries - and the success proves that Praschinger is right. It was only in summer that Wombat's Hostel on Naschmarkt was voted one of the top 10 most popular hostels in the world.
With new ideas through the crisis
"The ongoing crisis in the travel industry due to the Corona situation now offers us space to try new things," says Praschinger. And so the Wombat’s Café was opened without further ado in Wombat’s City Hostel Naschmarkt on Rechten Wienzeile 35. After the soft opening, the final decoration work has now been completed. "The team is well-rehearsed, the coffee is freshly roasted," says Marcus Praschinger.
Fair coffee enjoyment at the Naschmarkt
The in-house roast is now served in the cosmopolitan ambience of the expanded Wombat’s lobby. Following the Wombat’s basic philosophy, emphasis is placed on sustainability and regionality. The beans for the exclusive Wombat’s Roast are purchased from well-known partner companies at a fair price and roasted in the De LUKS coffee roasting plant in the Krems coffee campus, which was awarded at the Austrian roasting championships. The baristas use milk from the award-winning organic farmer Hannes Hiegersberger for refinement and frothy creations.
An espresso costs EUR 2.30 and a cappuccino costs EUR 3.20. Small snacks and pastries from 2 euros should of course not be missing when enjoying coffee.
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