Hotels in Vienna

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Hotels in Vienna

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Hotel Kaiserin Elisabeth

Hotel Kaiserin Elisabeth

Vienna

‘The location could not be better,’ says a visitor this year to this ‘lovely, smart hotel’, ‘central but quiet’, liked for both ‘elegance and value’.
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Pension Nossek

Pension Nossek

Vienna

‘Amazing value. Genuinely friendly.’ ‘Our spacious, nicely decorated room had an attractive bathroom.’
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Hotel König von Ungarn

Hotel König von Ungarn

Vienna

Much loved by Guide readers, this is said to be the oldest hotel in Vienna (opened 1815).
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Hotel Zur Wiener Staatsoper

Hotel Zur Wiener Staatsoper

Vienna

‘A charming and stately old pension,’ say visitors. In a pedestrianised street near the Karntner Strasse, this 19th-century building, with its baroque facade, flowery window boxes and wrought iron doors, is close to St Stephan’s cathedral.
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Mailberger Hof

Mailberger Hof

Vienna

A stone’s throw from the Opera, in a pedestrianised street, this ‘very friendly’, family-run hotel is composed of two Gothic gabled listed buildings formerly owned by the Knights of Malta.
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Hotel Austria

Hotel Austria

Vienna

‘Good value, good location, extremely helpful staff,’ says a returning visitor to this B&B hotel.
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Hotel am Stephansplatz

Hotel am Stephansplatz

Vienna

The location couldn't be better - in a square in the heart of old Vienna, and opposite St Stephan's Cathedral - and the service friendlier.
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Alma Boutique Hotel

Alma Boutique Hotel

Vienna

Originally an apartment building dating from 1913-1914, the Alma became a hotel in 1978 and still retains Art Nouveau touches. 
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Das Tyrol

Das Tyrol

Vienna

Set in an 18th-century building on the longest street in Vienna (now pedestrianized), this boutique hotel is filled with original artworks in by contemporary Viennese and international artists, as well as traditional Viennese furnishings. 
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Hollmann Betelage

Hollmann Betelage

Vienna

Set in a 19th-century former noble house in a fantastic location in the centre of Vienna, this intimate boutique hotel does a great job of looking after its guests.

Palaces, museums and café culture

The list of must-sees in Vienna can feel never-ending: the Schönbrunn and Hofberg palaces are essential sights, but there’s also the Ringstrasse, the contemporary art museums in the MuseumsQuartier and the wealth of classical music performances on offer throughout the year at the Musikverein and Vienna State Opera.

Be sure to book ahead to see the Lipizzaner stallions at the Spanish Riding school too, and the Vienna Boys Choir if they’re in town.

Vienna has a long history of café culture, too, so when you’ve had enough sight-seeing there’s sure to be an establishment nearby where you can linger over excellent coffee and pastries. 

 

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