The range of places to stay in Vienna is wide. You can find all kinds of hotels and guesthouses waiting for you, with Vienna accommodations ready for all tastes and budgets. The average price for hotels in Vienna is around 50 euros a night, but you can also find low-cost options like guesthouses and backpacker hostels.
One of the best places to start searching for where to stay in Vienna is around the cathedral. This is the liveliest area of the city, and here you can find good restaurants, cafes, and pubs. You can also find plenty of lodging in Vienna in the Hofburg district, which is a convenient and central location from which you can get to know the different parts of the city on foot.
If you are looking for cheap Vienna lodging the best area is the Museum Quarter, an area a little further from the center. You can still get in and out on foot, or by taking a five minute subway ride. And if you're traveling in a large group, or planning to stay for a longer time, you can rent holiday apartments and stay for less.
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From kings to presidents and Hollywood actors to opera singers. All have stayed at this amazing hotel in Vienna. All 149 rooms and suites are very distinctive, each with the name of an artist. Prices reach 4000 euros a night. The hotel is in the heart of the city, close to the tram. In the hotel restaurant, you can taste specialties of Austrian cuisine.
I was in this hotel for just one night, for a short visit to Vienna. It's on a small street, just 5 minutes walking from the train station and about 10 minutes from the city center.
The room was good, pretty small, but very new and cozy with bright decor. The bathroom was also a good size and completely new.
The strange thing about this hotel is the price. At first, I reserved an individual room at 29 euros, but in the end it had to be a double and the price shot up to 75 euros, more than double! I don't think these prices are warranted, even though breakfast is included.
In short, small centrally located new hotel, even though it's a little strange.
An good last minute alternative when staying in Vienna is to do it with a hostel like Wombat's City Hostel.
For 18 euros a night you'll sleep in an 8 person room and for 29 euros a night you can get a room for two. On weekends it costs 35.
This hostel has 500 beds and each day people from all over the world visit this Austrian city.
It isn´t centrally located, but it doesn´t necessarily need to be in order to be comfortable and very basic and, above all, reasonably priced. The distance to the airport is only twenty minutes by taxi and you can get there via a comfortable highway. Once at the hotel, we found a quick check-in and reception service, attentive and helpful. We went up to the room, which was spacious and clean and in my case with street views of Favoritenstrasse, a busy road but quiet with several supermarkets, restaurants, and even a pharmacy across the street. Nothing was lacking. Breakfast is abundant with a variety of breads seed, grain and white breads and croissants, meats, cheeses, fruits, yogurts, cereals, jams, teas and juices. The property was recently renovated, so we found it gleaming and ready for reviewing. As we left, to the right we found the subway station Südtiroler, which brings us, after 4 stops and a change, to the center of Vienna (Stephansplatz).
S Hello everybody! I stayed at this hotel for several days in order to continue on my trip to Prague and, as always, the European hotel chain K + K did not disappoint, nor did the attentive and qualified staff. This particular hotel (in Vienna there is another called K + K Maria Theresa) is located in a quiet area of the city center close to the river. The tram stop is only 5 minutes away. The rooms are very spacious and spotlessly clean. The bathroom was complete with a variety of amenities. Plasma TV, minibar, desk, chairs ... outdoor rooms overlook a park, very quiet. The breakfast buffet is undoubtedly the best part of the hotel, not so much for its variety of options but for the presentation and quality (for example, there were a number of jams, all in small sealed glass jars, not plastic). There's a bit of everything and a good amount of fruit. I recommend the hotel 100%. Although the price can be high, there are times of year where you can find great deals. Do not hesitate to contact me with any concerns or questions about the hotel or Vienna in general.
This was the old house belonging to Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria, with plant trees by the entrance. Today, it is a four-star hotel with over 300 rooms. The public areas are magnificent, but the rooms are in need of improvement. We booked three spacious rooms, but there was no air conditioning or water heater, and the carpets were very old. Still, the views are just gorgeous. The subway is close by, and the breakfast is varied and delicious.
Without a doubt, this is the most beautiful hotel where we've had the opportunity to stay. It's a very attractive property, with nice views of the city of Vienna. The duplex suite - "only" 250 a night - is nevertheless cheaper than the equivalent quality in many other European cities, and offers champagne and canapes, as well as time in the salon. The spa is well worth a visit, and the breakfast buffet is delicious.
Functional and well-priced (there are frequent promotions), a good choice if you're looking for somewhere to stay in the city of Vienna. It is located in the beautiful Mariahilferstrasse, a few steps away from the railway U3 which will take you downtown (or you can walk from the hotel, but it will take you ten minutes). The rooms are spacious and comfortable, there is a sauna at clients' disposal, and they serve a very hearty breakfast on the top floor of the hotel, where you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the buildings and streets of south Vienna.
The third and last hotel of our stay in Vienna, the Marriott is located in the Stadtpark. The rooms are more business-based, but they have all the high-end luxury amenities you'd expect from this chain. We particularly enjoyed the brunch. The rooms have a beautiful view of the park, with plenty of brightness from the glass walls.
I've been staying at this 4 star hotel in Vienna and the experience has been fantastic. It is located in the Plaza de San Esteban, in the heart of Vienna, with a metro station right next door and all of the qualities for an ideal stay in the Austrian capital. The hotel facilities are in perfect condition, are modern, extremely clean and very comfortable. It has a bar, a gym, and free wifi throughout the hotel. The rooms are very spacious with modern furniture and are very well kept with hardwood floors, a living room and a separate bedroom. Two TVs, two closets and two comfortable beds. It has two bathrooms, spacious and have heated floors, bathtub, shower, bathrobe, slippers and all possible comforts. The breakfast buffet is spectacular, in a room with windows overlooking the square and a very relaxed atmosphere. Service is efficient and friendly and the there are a great variety of foods offered. I also liked the staff for their kindness and professionalism and because they have been so helpful at all times. In short, a hotel that I recommend to everyone for its excellent location, its elegant facilities and comfort. A great place to stay if you go to Vienna.
The Hotel Kaiserin Elisabeth is located in the city center near the Cathedral of St. Stephen. Staying here means it's easy to take a walk through the nearby shopping streets like Kaernter Straße and Graben. If you want to go farther, right on the corner of the hotel there is a metro station. This hotel was renovated and reopened in 2007, so you can appreciate its modern facilities, with all rooms beautifully decorated and equipped with phones, radio, cable TV, minibar and air-conditioning.
This hotel is very new, and is located just steps from the Belvedere. The decor is a bit basic, but everything is very smart, and the place is really welcoming. The rooms are a bit minimalistic, but the ones overlooking the Belvedere have a really nice hammock! Some of my travel companions found it a bit uncomfortable that there was no chair to hang things, but I don't care. You can buy some of the articles, like hammocks, and there's a cozy cafe complete with a bakery in the morning. Try the delicious muffins! Note: The staff is made up of guys here who have found a job, and therefore the possibility of rehabilitation, after leaving a community for drug addicts.
This luxury hotel is in the centre of Vienna, behind the City Hall, and within walking distance of the city's main attractions. It has an exclusive exhibition of glass articles by international artist Ioan Nemtoi as well as a number of really impressive photographs by Curt Themessl. Since 2005, it has been part of the Design Hotels range. The service is just excellent: every customer is greeted with a glass of champagne before being sent to their room, which overlooks the exquisite courtyard. Breakfast is fabulous, too, with a variety of pastries, meats, bread, cereals, fruit, smoked salmon, and other foods.
Opened in 1994, the Arcotel Wimberger Hotel is a versatile establishment, which can meet the demands of eager tourists who want to carry away with them the best memories of Vienna, as well as the demand os businessmen who want to hold meetings. It is located in the center of Neubaugürtel, directly in the redecorated Urban-Loritz-Platz. From here you can reach Stadthalle walk, and it will take you 5 minutes to get to the Westbahnhof on foot. It has a high-class restaurant, and a cocktail bar where you can enjoy a musical evening with a delicious drink, Viennese style.
This small shopping street is very close to the Villiers station or Malesherbes subway resembles a "mini-city" in Paris! It is the perfect place to find many stores like Monoprix, food and clothing, cafes, an excellent bakery besides the Boulevard des Batignolles (try the small mushroom quiches, served in the Parc Monceau, which is magic!) A bank (Caisse d'Epargne), bar-tabac-games, and mostly full of small fruit and vegetables traders, extolling the virtues of their raspberries (2 cups for only 3 euros!), clementines and oranges the apples. ..! Here you can browse quietly, because very few cars driving down the street, only a few can cross. One last tip: go for a drink, or have a salad in the Villa de la Terrasse (restaurant featured in MonNuage also!)
This hotel is a definite must if you're staying in the city of Vienna. It's very clean and neat, with a few bars, and an elegant cafe. Everything is very beautiful and bright. It looks like something from a movie from the 1940's or 50's. Indulge in one of the delicious treats on offer - I recommend the Sacher torte, of course. Wonderful!
This wonderful hotel is stationed in its original location, which is on the banks of the Danube. It's 20 minutes away from the airport and just 10 minutes from the center of Vienna, which you can easily get to thanks to transportation offered by the hotel to its guests. Its more stand out amenities are the outdoor pool, and the restaurant's terrace, from which you'll have a panoramic view of the city. It also has several meeting rooms so that business people can sit comfortable in this great hotel.
This cozy hotel with 70 rooms is located just minutes walk from the Ringstrasse and the next metro station. All rooms have private bathroom with shower and toilet, and are furnished in traditional Viennese style. They are equipped with satellite TV, radio, telephone, mini bar and hairdryer. The hotel also offers private parking, among other luxury amenities.
This three-star hotel offers a wide range of facilities for those looking to spend a relaxing and enjoyable stay, whether travelling for pleasure or business. The property is equipped with modern facilities and offers a variety of services like 104 rooms with bathroom, hairdryer, satellite TV, telephone, computer and radio. There is a an elevator for guests.
This 4-star hotel is in the "Wien-Dobling", close to major tourist spots. Your guests will not have to do more than get the right shoes and head out to enjoy the architecture and uniqueness of this area. In return, you will find excellent facilities equipped with satellite TV, minibar and WI-FI. It offers a sauna, steam bath, solarium and relaxation room. The culinary delights can be enjoyed in both its food restaurant, like in your coffee ¨ ¨ Nahodil. Versatile comfort for businessmen and tourists.
Located near several shops and a stunning vertical garden created by the French architect and landscape designer Patrick Blanc, this is a truly majestic building with very large windows, offering spectacular views of the city. It's a luxury hotel designed by Jean Nouvel, architect of international renown. The furniture is predominantly black, white and grey, and the suite had the largest bed I've ever seen. Sean Penn had stayed there recently. The staff are all very French in their attitude. There's a spectacular terrace on the top floor of the hotel.
Don't worry about the external appearance, which may seem a little dated. In fact, it's an excellent, cheap solution to stay for a few days in the Austrian capital, which isn't the easiest city to find good options! The hotel is not in the city centre, but it's about 500 metres away from the terminal of the U3 metro, one of the most practical subway lines, which cuts through the city from east to west. The rooms are incredibly spacious, clean, and functional. There's a large en suite bathroom with shower, and free parking nearby. Free wifi, but breakfast must be paid for.