Hotel Am Stephansplatz is across from soaring St. Stephen's Cathedral and next to Stephansplatz Metro Station. In less than 10 minutes on foot, guests can reach the Vienna State Opera and the shops of Kärntner Strasse, while the Museumsquartier with the Kunsthistorisches Museum is a 15-minute walk.
Pros: Art work, old world charm with modern amenities. Great dining/drinking living room
Pros: Great gathering spaces for drinks and breakfast. Hip styling and great location in artsy neighborhood with easy walk to center attractions.
Cons: Air conditioning was intermittent and some other quirks of a remodeled older building. Artwork and style makes it all good just slightly inconvenient at times.
Putting you in a great location within just a 10-minute walk of Zoom and Austrian Parliament Building, Hotel Altstadt Vienna offers an airport shuttle (available on request) for EUR 40 per vehicle one way. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and free buffet breakfast is available daily between 6:30 AM and 11 AM. Rooms at this luxurious hotel get the details right with nice touches like premium bedding, espresso makers, and slippers.
Pros: The all digital room
The breakfast until 2PM on week end days
Cons: The spa was a bit too small and open only until 9PM however was excellent
This family-friendly Vienna hotel is located in the historical district, within a 15-minute walk of Sigmund Freud Museum, Burgtheater, and Vienna City Hall. Vienna State Opera and St. Stephen's Cathedral are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Pros: The best rooma are the suites at the last floor
Cons: Had to ask for cleaning, which was done poirly and randomly.Room not ehat I bought , room service poir choices
Pros: Gorgeous hotel with beautiful design and excellent staff that go out of their way to ensure your stay is as pleasant as possible. Great bar, excellent breakfast. The location could also not be beat - within walking distance from Vienna's main downtown attractions, shopping and dining. Highly recommended.
Pros: The hotel was nice, walking distance to amazing sites and good restaurants.
Pros: Staff was very nice prime location and decent rooms
Cons: You have to pay €25 if you want to use the gym (per day)
Pros: Service is excellent, staff are very friendly and helpful. Location is perfect with easy acces to museums, metro
, resturants and shopping center. Breakfast is really good. Ambience is very nice. The bar has very good selection of drinks.
Pros: Provided us with an early check in room which was a godsend after the redeye journey.
Cons: Front desk staff gave us the wrong information on the train station.
Pros: Location and service
Cons: Express laundry treatment is not "express" at all. There's no way to get laundry back the same day if deposited during the day. In my view that kind of service is essential for business travellers
Located in Innere Stadt, this luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Michaelerplatz and Spanish Riding School. Hofburg Imperial Palace and Burgtheater are also within 10 minutes.
Pros: Just the most beautiful . Attention to every detail. Perfect color coordination in our suite, hallways, restaurants.Staff couldn't have been more attentive and courteous . Pricy, yes! But worth it!
Cons: Thee weather in Wienna in May is not the greatest, but the staff is ready with the umbrellas
Location. This Vienna hotel is within one-quarter kilometer of the Vienna State Opera andAlbertina. St. Stephen's Cathedral is approximately one-half kilometer away.
Hotel Features. Hotel Sacher Wien has a steam room, a sauna, and a fitness facility as well as an onsite spa. Hotel Sacher Wien has a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and a coffee shop/café and offers 24-hour room service and babysitting services.
Guestrooms. Amenities featured in guestrooms include air conditioning, minibars, and complimentary newspapers. Business-friendly amenities include desks, direct-dial phones, and voice mail. Bathrooms feature bathroom phones, scales, and bathrobes.
When visiting Mauerbach, Schlosspark Mauerbach Seminar Hotel is a great choice to consider. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant and visit the spa to be pampered with massages, body wraps, or facials. There's an outdoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this luxurious hotel get the details right with deep soaking tubs and pillow menus.
Pros: - Bed was comfortable. It's pretty soft so for people who want really hard beds, this place might not be good to choose.
- Included refrigerator. Being someone who doesn't eat very much, it's nice to store food, there's a microwave for reheating. You can even get cold drinks as Europe hardly ever have ice.
- Centralized heating, you can set a default temperature much like a regular hotel room.
- Location. It's about a block from the State Opera House and near multiple Karlsplatz entrances. Closest one that you won't have to wait to cross the street is the exit on Elizabeth-Strabe.
- Roomy. I got an apartment which might still be pretty large for 2-3 people. You will usually see a whole family of 3+ stay here.
- Daily House-Keeping. I usually put my "Do Not Disturb" sign, but if you don't, the hotel staff will go into the apartment, vacuum, straighten out the beds, mop the bathroom floor if wet, and take away trash. Make sure to put away everything from the counters and tables if you don't want them tossed.
- I really liked one of the staff members at the desk. He was very helpful when I asked him questions. The others didn't seem like they were comfortable speaking English as I would normally get short one or two word answers while I would see them be more helpful with questions they know the answer to (Ex. regarding construction).
- Decoration. I liked the orchids in the room and the glossed-glass divider really complimented the look.
Cons: - Spotty internet. Only chance you get internet is in the evening time so for the people who need to search for travel/tourist information or plane check-ins, better do them at those times. During the day, you sometimes won't get any internet at all. I'm not sure if this is normal or not considering the hotel construction.
- Hard to find. Due to the hotel construction, for someone who has never been to Vienna, it was hard to find the building as the large sign at the front is usually covered up by construction. Unless you've been there before, it's hard to know that you have to go to the side of the building past a wooden door in order to get to the check-in and check-out office. It wasn't until the end of my week stay, did I see paper signs being put around the building pointing to the temporary hotel entrance door.
- No staff notifications. For any business, if there's construction, every employee should be notified of any annoyances and non-emergencies/drills. For two days during my week stay, there were random alarms blaring loudly for about a minute. One of those times, it woke me up. Customers should be notified about this prior to the event in the chance where it may have been a real emergency.
- Semi-clean. It's clean enough for an average person, but I'm part germaphobe. When I looked at the apartment, there were certain stains all over the place (Ex. on the rugs and sofas). I also brought new slippers to use and by the end of the trip, it was pretty much greyed out which means most likely the floors are only swept/vacuumed and never mopped. The refrigerator had a stench or maybe old food from previous customers that I think a nice box of baking soda for every refrigerator would be enough to take the smell away. The restroom (both toilet-room and shower-room) also left a certain mildew smell. Considering the small hole patches on the tile walls, I forsee the state of the apartment may get worse if nothing else is done to keep the apartment in better condition.
- Slow elevator. It only fits 3 people and it takes awhile for it to go up and down. The elevator also doesn't have an up button so even if you want to walk up some flights of stairs, you would have to press the down button and hope no one's going down in order to go up to your floor.
- Decoration. I already expected it considering the photos, but the face paintings tend to be creepy like eyes following you around the room. I had Skype calls and some people also pointed out the paintings and why there are so many faces staring at you.
The Derag Livinghotel City Apartments Wien are located in the -First District-, the centre of Vienna, between the Baroque St. Charles Church and the world famous State Opera. The apartments in our modern and centrally located houses are homely and comfortably furnished with a fully fitted kitchen. Choose between apartment sizes from 50sqm to 67sqm. Of course, all apartments have double beds, desk, living-, kitchen- and dining areas, for families we offer apartments for up to 4 people. State-of-the-art technology, such as free internet via ADSL offered by our partners round off the choice for todays business or private travellers. For culinary delights you will find a great variety of restaurants from every corner of the world and every taste is catered, in the surrounding of the Derag Livinghotel City Apartments Wien, as well as Viennese specialities. Public transport nearby. *ATTN* Limited Sales Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Check in from 5 p.m. and on weekend via check-in Terminal. Code assigned prior to arrival.*
Pros: Rooms are fairly large for European standards and the location is great. The bed is fairly good and the bathroom game is strong.
Cons: Found the overall staff service to be lacking. Concierge typically jumps at opportunity to provide service/advice but not here. For the most part, the hotel bars and restaurants are over-hyped and completely over-priced with much better alternatives just a few steps away (both quality and price). Smell of stale smoke hits you just as you enter the building - thanks to a smoking lounge conveniently located on the second level. Hotel wifi is a total joke and not to be relied upon. Hotel includes restricted wifi with your room rate and asks ridiculous payment for slight improvement. In my experience even budget accommodations provide this service infinitely better. Overall, this is a stuffy hotel situated for the stuffy traveler. Sounds of enjoyment or laughter are non-existent in common areas, which speaks volumes. Call yourself luxury, and pay for memberships in luxury hotel associations all you want - it doesn't make it so.
Cons: breakfast was limited vs. other LHW hotels
Each of the two hundred and five rooms and suites at the Grand Hotel Wien features highest quality furnishings to make your stay a memorable experience. In color schemes ranging from soft beige to subtle rose, delicate green, and opulent red, our magnificently appointed rooms are oases of calm with tasteful antique furniture, luxuriously comfortable beds, and all the amenities you would expect from a five-star hotel.
Situated in the heart of Vienna, Hotel Beethoven Wien is within walking distance of Theater an der Wien, Secession Building, and Museum of Art History. Also nearby are Vienna State Opera and Leopold Museum.
The hotel offers a bar/lounge. Wireless Internet access is complimentary in public areas. Business amenities at this 4-star property include a business center and a meeting/conference room. The staff can provide concierge services, tour/ticket assistance, and tour assistance. Additional amenities include a terrace, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. Guest parking is available for a surcharge. This is a smoke-free property.
The 47 air-conditioned guestrooms at Hotel Beethoven Wien include safes and complimentary newspapers. Complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access is provided. Televisions are equipped with digital channels and free movie channels. Bathrooms offer makeup/shaving mirrors, hair dryers, and complimentary toiletries. Additional amenities include windows that open and clock radios.
Pros: front desk receptionist very authentic hot bath water, comfortable bath tub interesting floor in room - no carpet, that's good minimalistic design makes a change
Cons: room service entering despite no disturb sign (delivery of extra towels took about 20 min) quite loud ventilation you could hear other rooms flushing the toilet the service in the bar is chaotic
Pros: We stayed at the Sofitel on our honeymoon. The entire staff went above and beyond in welcoming us and making it a very special three days. The hospitality and service were wonderful. And of course the location and view of Vienna cannot be matched!
Pros: The sky lounge is wonderful
Pros: contemporary, clean, lots of amenities, complementary water and juice, free internet, close to u-bahn station (schwedenplatz) and short walk to center of city
Cons: room was bit small and layout was awkward for those used to american hotels.
Pros: Cool bar, very nice staff
Cons: Sticky furniture, Plastic degraded, supposedly will be renovated next year.
Pros: It was lovely hotel, modern rooms, amazing river view, smiley, friendly, helpful staffs, they did upgrade my room, thanks for all staffs.
Pros: Nice modern hotel with wonderful staff.
Pros: The service, the staff, the room with its wonderful bathroom & the view, the view from the 18th floor restaurant & cocktail lounge.
Cons: The location would have been better if it were on the Ring Strasse where the Ritz Carlton &The other 5 star hotels are located. A beautiful boulard near all the high end shopping &The Opera House.
Pros: great overall design, Restaurant & bar at 18th floor
Outstanding in all aspects
Pros: Staff. Superb staff. It is rare in Europe to receive hospitality like this. 100 stars to them. Special thanks to night manager, missing his name. Austrian guy. Little heavy. Just perfect.
Cons: I wish there was a swimming pool.
Love the hotel location service and everything about it The gym is excellent and the room is modernt and clean
Pros: Perfect location to walk or take public transportation also the room is beautiful and great service
Cons: It was perfect
The Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom hotel - designed by Jean Nouvel - offers 182 elegant rooms and suites with stunning views of Vienna. Explore the old town and Vienna Woods or ride the famous Ferris wheel. Marvel at the breathtaking views from the glass-fronted Das LOFT restaurant, bar and lounge on the 18th floor. Enjoy a drink and sample the innovative cuisine high above the rooftops of Vienna!
Cons: 1.The air conditioning was a huge problem. Could not get the rooms cooled down. The staff was helpful but made the stay very uncomfortable.
2. The wi-fi is expensive. These big chain hotels will nickle and dime you on services such as wi-fi when all other hotels give it for free !!
3. Currently construction is going on..caused some noise disturbance.
Beautifully located on Ringstrasse, Hilton Vienna Plaza is within walking distance of St. Stephen's Cathedral, Burgtheater, the State Opera and Hofburg Imperial Palace. You'll find exclusive amenities and unique service in this designer hotel, just 20 minutes' drive from the airport. Sample French- and Austrian-inspired cuisine at Brasserie, EMILE – the winner of a toque from Gault Millau in 2015. The restaurant guide's inspectors awarded the brasserie with 14 points, a fine rating for high quality food. Enjoy specialties prepared with fresh seasonal ingredients and an excellent selection of Austrian and international wines. During the day and well into the night, relax with Martini specials, absinthe and other delicious drinks at our hotel bar. Conveniently located in Vienna's commercial center, Hilton Vienna Plaza provides a Lobby Lounge connectivity station with both PC and Mac computers. Before arrival and through departure, your Plaza host will reach out to ensure your experience is everything you want it to be. Business meetings are easy using our flexible function rooms for 2-150 guests. WiFi is available throughout the hotel and all meeting rooms offer natural daylight. A/V and videoconferencing equipment are available for rent. Our timeless guest rooms offer a range of thoughtful amenities, such as a work desk and a marble bathroom. Upgrade to a suite for a separate living room. Executive rooms and suites include exclusive Executive Lounge access with complimentary breakfast, snacks and drinks. The hotel's exterior complements the architectural and ornamental features of the street and the city, including its facade, building height and golden brass railings. Inside, you'll discover the drawings, watercolors and art work by Austrian artists during 1850-1950. Art Deco touches are on display in the lobby and in guest rooms, too.
Pros: Everything in the center u may wanna see is in walking distance: albertina, hoffburg palace, rathouse, opera house, st. Stephen's cathedral etc. plenty of restaurants near by, walking zone kantner strasse around the corner. sky bar and do&co bars are in 3 minute walk, both with great views and sky has live music. Basically the hotel to be if you are not a stay in the toom type of guy/girl. Staff is friendly and helpfull.
Cons: Rooms are very simple and small, but what do you care if there is so much to see in Vienna. They are clean and got everything u may need or want.
I got this hotel for the own bar and the decent number of rooms thinking that as a solo traveler it will be a great way to meet new people. Low in behold - the bartender is very nice and knowlegeble, speaks great english ( even though i know german), but the bar itself is dead. There are barely 6-8 guests at a time, you wont be meeting anyone there. it is slightly cheaper, than bars on kentner strasse, so I would stop buy and have a drink before heading out.
I had early tours every morning, never quite figured out if they provided breakfast, it certainly was NOT available in the bar, as the hotel papers claimed.
This modern Business Class hotel is on the elegant Kaerntner Strasse and provides the highest level of comfort in all 160 rooms and suites. The range of services is completed by the noble Europa Bar, a popular meeting place for locals as well as international guests. The Executive Lounge on the first floor, exclusively for the guests of the Executive Floors, offers from 11.00 a.m. for our guests coffee, tea, non-alcoholic beverages and fruits - free of charge - until 09.00 p.m. every day. International newspapers, access to the internet and a flat-screen are also available.
Come, relax and unwind! Roomz vienna offers rooms and furnishings that are well above the standards of a budget hotel - chic design, with tasteful color accents and every amenity that the heart desires. Each of our rooms is decorated according to one of four color schemes - green, blue, brown and pink. It is furnished with an eye for detail, so nothing you need to feel good to is missing, and there is no place you would rather be. Except maybe our chill out lounge with a 24-hour bar.
Pros: The hotel is a flat in a grand building, with high ceilings and well decorated. Breakfast very good: fresh pastries, good choice, eggs on request. The staff are very helpful, but are only there at breakfast time. Easy walking to centre of town.
Cons: It's unmanned most of the time, except at breakfast, and keys are left for you in an envelope. You pay the manager in an office downstairs. That said, they are helpful in holding luggage for you.
Located on the Way of Saint James in the Vienna Woods, just 0.6 miles from Vienna's city limits, Purkersdorf’s Haus Feuchtl has a garden with sunbeds and barbecue facilities, a terrace, a library with literature in different languages, a fireplace, and a recreation room with a DVD player and board games. Rooms at the Feuchtl offer free WiFi, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a coffee machine, and a bathroom with a shower or bathtub and free organic toiletries. Additionally, studios and apartments have a kitchen or kitchenette with coffee machine, and some units have a balcony and a microwave. The property has a laundry room with a washing machine and dryer, and badminton rackets are available for rental. Purkersdorf's town centre, featuring cafés and bakeries offering breakfast, a supermarket, restaurants, and a public outdoor pool, is within 1,641 feet.
2015-2017 TripAdvisor Hall of Fame-Certificate of Excellence Choose between a Suite, the Superior room with kitchenette and the Standard room. Non-smoking rooms and handicap rooms are also available. Our complimentary buffet breakfast guarantees a good start into a day. We have 42 underground parking bays, free use upon availability. Internet access via Wireless LAN and/or LAN is available free of charge in the entire hotel.
Pros: This hotel is in an excellent location: close to the Habsburg palace, one of the main shopping streets, and St. Stephen's cathedral. The room was large, clean, and nice. Very pleased.
Hotel Astoria has been synonymous with exclusive hotels since 1912. This traditional hotel is right in the heart of Vienna on the elegant Kaerntnerstrasse pedestrian zone. 128 rooms and suites with all comforts invite you to stay in a classical atmosphere, located between St. Stephens Cathedral and Vienna Opera House. For seminars with up to 230 people, four modern function rooms and lounges are available here.
Pros: go for the cityview rooms - really enjoyed staying there
breakfast was very generous, nice choice, excellent service
the staff accomodated my wish for using the wellness area before the normal opening times
Pros: Very nice room, upscale, great breakfast. Central location near major attractions in the ring.
Cons: Nothing I can think of
We are laying Vienna at your feet: You will reside in the city center in the beautiful "Josefstadt" quarter, directly behind City Hall and only a short walk from the Hofburg and Parliament. You can easily reach all landmarks and highlights of the emperor's city by foot.
Our Fleming's delights for you: excellent service, comfortable Deluxe living, and an incomparable design concept. In addition, you will find services such as shoe shining, limousine, room and secretary services and the free breakfast.
The first step to a successful event is selecting the right location. Our conference hotel in Vienna provides 4 fully air-conditioned conference rooms with daylight and 2 boardrooms in our conference center. These can be individually connected, thus giving you a customizable venue for symposiums, banquets, or conferences in Vienna.
The technical equipment, with power window blinds, free Internet access via WLAN in the rooms and the public area, ceiling beamer, centrally controlled media technology for various preprogrammed technical scenarios, and a network interface, leaves nothing to be desired.
It's not a chain hotel, so it is a little different. Staff is wonderful and location near trams and underground great.
Pros: Location and staff
Cons: No. But some may not like few tv channels in English
Pros: The location was great- on the border of the centre, easy walking to all sites. Nice restaurant attached.
Cons: The standard double room was pretty small- I'm a small person and there wasn't room to pass my partner at the foot if the bed, and I had to side-shuffle into my side. Sound transmitted darn easily fr adjacent rooms as well.
This was our second week long stay at the Hotel Regina and we were again highly pleased with accommodations and services provided by this fine hotel. The hotel staff were very pleasant and always went out of their way to be helpful. The rooms and common areas were spacious and kept scrupulously clean. The Regina hotel's restaurant and restaurants of its sister hotels in Vienna were very excellent. The variety and quality of the served food that we partook in their various restaurants were truly exceptional. In short, it was a most enjoyable visit for us and the Regina helped make that a reality.
Pros: Convenient location in the Vienna Museum District and access to public transportation were great attributes. Hotel breakfasts were of superb quality and eating arrangements were flexible, indoor or alfresco.
Cons: Nothing to dislike. Everything was perfect for a leisure or business traveler.
It's a place built about 150 years ago and, as a result, it has character and is quirky. The rooms could use updating, but it is still a GREAT PLACE TO stay.
Pros: The staff, breakfasts, location and cost.
Hotel has character. Built in the 1800's with all the quirks. It could use some updating, but is a great place to stay!
Pros: Location central to all major sites Transportation to any part of the city and locations outside of Vienna within 100 meters of the hotel. Breakfast was a buffet with many hot and cold dishes Wifi worked great
The hotel's location and excellent amenities make it a very attractive place to stay for leisure or business.
Pros: The Regina's location is very convenient to most Vienna attractions and public transportation. Very friendly and helpful hotel staff made our stay comfortable and enjoyable. Breakfast was a very excellent amenity. Rooms were very comfortable and quiet.
Location. This Vienna hotel is in the Alsergrund neighborhood in a 19th-century palace. Votivkirche, the Sigmund Freud Museum, and the University of Vienna are within one-half kilometer. Most of Vienna's famous sights and shopping streets are a short walking distance from the hotel or can be reached very easily by taking the nearby metro station.
Hotel Features. The Hotel Regina includes a bar/lounge, a coffee shop/café, and the lovely Restaurant Roth, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner while providing views of the city and al fresco dining in the summer. Guests are served a rich breakfast buffet with hot and cold items each morning. Room service is available during limited hours. Laundry facilities, luggage storage, and a public underground garage with special rates for guests are available. Business amenities include a business center, 8 meeting rooms, audio visual equipment, and complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access. This is a smoke-free property. The property was renovated in 2014. Guests will find many activities nearby including golf, tennis, boating, hiking, and fishing.
Guestrooms. Each of the 165 guestrooms is individually decorated and features a view of the city and/or courtyard. Amenities featured in guestrooms include complimentary wireless Internet access, televisions with satellite channels, air conditioning, hair dryers, and minibars. Business-friendly amenities include direct-dial phones. Sofa beds, rollaway beds (surcharge), and irons/ironing boards are available. Babysitting service and cribs are also available for a surcharge.
This city palace built in 1880 was once the residence of world-famous literary figure, Stefan Zweig. Remodelled into a 4-star hotel it once again offers guests first-class service in a stylish ambience and a gloriously peaceful setting. 117 guest rooms and junior suites offer modern amenities and top-notch functionality. One meeting room with air-conditioning and natural light with space for up to 35 people is available.