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Stack of bed sheets made of organic cotton and organic linen at Hotel Henriette
Large bed with organic bedding for a restful sleeping experience at Henriette City Hotel


Natural bedding for a better sleep 

You’ve barely tucked yourself in and already you’re drifting off to dream land: look forward to a wonderful night’s sleep in our beds at the Hotel Henriette. Our secret? We avoid the stuffy blankets and synthetic fibre pillows that you commonly find in hotels.

Here, we only use cotton and linen, maize, sheep’s wool, down and – in many rooms – even natural rubber, all of the highest organic quality. The extra-high natural latex mattresses have no metal. All these natural materials regulate temperature and moisture, and create a healthy climate. Even for guests with allergies.

Eine der ältesten Kulturpflanzen Europas: Flachs, aus dem Leinen gesponnen wird
Bedding without synthetics?
“Not so easy to find! Especially since pillows and blankets need to meet the high hygiene standards of a hotel. But it was totally worth the time and effort!”
Verena Brandtner-Pastuszyn
Verena Brandtner-Pastuszyn, Vordenkerin im Stadthotel Henriette

Best organic bedding for heavenly sleep

All humans need good sleep. It's essential for our health and well-being. That's why we've given the subject of sleep – in particular sleeping in a hotel – a lot of thought. The result: Get rid of plastics, bring nature back to bed!

We gave away all the usual hotel-style polyester covers and pillows. Now, with us, as the 1st hotel in Vienna, you get an absolutely natural sleep experience thanks to breathable and balancing natural materials: MAIZE, DOWN, COTTON, WOOL and LINEN. In addition, the NATURAL RUBBER mattresses are completely metal-free. 

All the materials are from certified organic sources, the bedding is produced by carefully selected partners in Austria, Germany and the Netherlands.

Mais, Daunen, Baumwolle, Schafwolle, Flachs - Naturmaterialien für die Bettwaren im Hotel Henriette in Wien
Protecting the water – even as you sleep

Mission microplastic

What does healthy sleep at a hotel have to do with healthy rivers, lakes and seas? 

More than you might think! Washing textiles made of synthetic fibres releases tiny plastic particles that enter the environment via wastewater and sewage sludge. Washing laundry is one of the top 10 causes of microplastics (Fraunhofer Institute) – a whopping 35% of microplastics in the sea come from fibre abrasion (IUCN)! And unfortunately, things don’t look any better in our rivers and lakes...

Hotel bed linen (even organic ones!) typically contain polyester. Polyester is an easy-care and comparatively cheap synthetic fibre – not an insignificant factor for a hotel business. But besides the fact that nobody really wants to sleep in “plastic”, the hidden environmental impact of laundering these textiles is simply enormous.

But not at Hotel Henriette! Here, you will sleep in microplastic-free hotel bed linen made of 100% linen and 100% cotton (both certified organic) – which means you’ll be helping save our waters as you sleep. 

Healthy sleep with a clear conscience. Sweet dreams!

Our exclusive standard for natural sleep

In our Standard and Superior rooms as well as the Friends & Family rooms you sleep amid:

  • Cosy: blankets made from maize, Pronatura
    (cover: organic cotton)
  • Plush: virgin sheep wool pillows, Pronatura
    (wool from Tyrolean Stone Sheep; cover: organic cotton)
  • Fluffy: down pillows, allnatura
    (feathers and down with Traumpass DIN certificate, no live-plucked down; cover: organic cotton)
  • Soft: 100% organic cotton bedding, Dibella
  • Snugly: organic cotton fitted underblankets, Pronatura
  • Comfortable: organic linen bedspread, Vieböck

In our Superior rooms WITH balcony and the Friends & Family Suites you additionally enjoy:

  • Heavenly: Extra thick, metal-free natural latex mattress, allnatura (FSC certified rubber trees; cover: organic cotton)
  • Exclusive: bed linen made of pure organic linen, Vieböck
Gemütliches Bett mit Leinenbettwäsche für traumhaften Schlaf im Wiener Hotel Henriette


Did you know?

Chemical-free cleaning for a feel-good room climate

In addition to sleeping amid natural materials there's another major factor that contributes to the restful sleeping experience at Hotel Henriette: 100% chemical-free room cleaning with micro steam. The saturated dry steam allows us to clean the entire hotel deep-down and residue-free and creates a healthy feel-good atmosphere for your sleep.


» Get to know more about chemical-free cleaning at Henriette City Hotel 

Healthy sleep for allergy sufferers

The natural materials for Henriette's hotel beds are not only free from irritants and harmful substances, but also extremely good at regulating moisture. Cotton and linen are able to absorb up to one-third of their own weight in moisture and thus create a microclimate in bed that is pleasant for us but highly uncomfortable for germs and mites.


In addition, maize, down, wool and co. are heat regulating and breathable, ensuring an especially snug and healthy sleep.

Cultural heritage and innovative materials

Flax is one of the oldest cultivated plants in Europe. Due to its modest requirements it's resource-efficient and sustainable. The processing of flax to linen has a long tradition which has been cultivated and refined by our partner Vieböck in Upper Austria for almost two centuries.


Maize on the other hand has only recently been discovered for bedding. Maize fibre is a renewable and completely bio-degradable organic raw material and a perfect example for sustainable innovation. It's excellent at retaining heat, has a high fill power, does not take on smell and in general does not provide a good environment for germs and bacteria.

Großzügiges Doppelzimmer mit Balkon im Stadthotel Henriette - Ihrem Hotel ohne chemische Zimmerreinigung
Rooms & Suites
Zimmerreinigung ohne Chemie im 4* Hotel Henriette in Wien
Chemical-free Cleaning
Gedeckter Frühstückstisch im zentralen 4 Sterne Hotel Henriette in Wien
Henriette’s Organic Breakfast
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