VIENNA VACAY: You'll never want to say Auf Wiedersehen to these 11 Vienna hotels

Museums, opera and cafes! Vienna will have your days full to the brim, to ensure your nights are equally as delightful, these top 11 hotels will have you singing for joy!

Museums, opera and cafes! Vienna will have your days full to the brim, to ensure your nights are equally as delightful, these top 11 hotels will have you singing for joy!

They always say it’s the experience of a city that defines your memories but if you add in a comfortable bed, beautiful view & a nice hot shower – the hotel will make the list as well!

Here we have 11 Vienna hotels you need to know about to make your Austrian adventure unforgettable.

 

1. HOTEL HARMONIE

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Family owned & operated, this boutique hotel is located in the trendy Servite neighbourhood.

The energy as you walk through the doors culminates into what can only be described as a unique art experience, with Artistic influence from the lobby to the room décor.

If you’re looking for fresh, clean, modern & personal service – look no further.

 

2. HOTEL SANS SOUCI WIEN

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Are you sick of feeling like just another guest in just another hotel? The Hotel Sans Souci Wien makes sure you are never left feeling like part of the pack.

Each of the 63 rooms has been individually designed in subtle luxury to make every guest feel relaxed & comfortable.

It’s also two minutes from Spittelberg so make sure you have your spending money ready!

 

3. STEIGENBERGER HOTEL HERRENHOF

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Explore Vienna by foot with the doorstep of the city waiting for you at the Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof.

Once a coffee house, this innovative hotel takes you on a journey of the last 80 years in Vienna as well as delivering some breathtaking views while you sip on their delicious coffee & cake!

 

4. RITZ CARLTON

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The Ritz Carlton is renowned for meeting the highest expectations of their guests & their Vienna property does not disappoint.

Constructed from four 19th century palaces, the hotel is on the border of the Vienna City Park & a stone’s throw away from the Vienna state opera.

It’s everything we love about the Ritz Carlton only, this time it’s in Vienna – amazing!

 

5. HOTEL ALSTADT VIENNA

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A carefully restored 19th-century patrician house, the Altstadt Vienna is a meeting place for lovers of art – a haven for travellers seeking a hotel with character.

Personal service, combined with bold innovation has made the Altstadt Vienna what it is today: an epicenter of fine living.

Did we mention it’s right in the heart of the Spittelberg district? Food, shopping & locals galore!

 

6. HOTEL BRISTOL

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With over 127 years of trading, the Hotel Bristol is so iconic to Vienna that it’s almost a landmark on its own. Kings, presidents, artists, and celebrities have called the Hotel Bristol their home and relished in its regal atmosphere.

Stunning interior decor, which veers from Biedermeier to art deco and the stylishly modern, tells the hotel’s rich history. Definitely one for the bucket list!

 

7. PARK HYATT

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The Park Hyatt is the newest luxury hotel in the city, housed in the opulent former seat of Bank of Austria, which provides a spectacular backdrop for its top-of-the-line amenities.

The old marble counter hall is now the hotel restaurant and breakfast room, the underground gold vault turned into a gold swimming pool, and the house cocktails are presented in a traditional savings book. Neat – huh?

 

8. ANDAZ VIENNA AM BELVEDERE

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Who doesn’t love an Andaz property? Located in walking distance to Vienna’s central train station, the 303 urban guestrooms including 44 suites with imaginative interior designs, furnishings, artwork, and amenities that immerse you in the surrounding locale.

Floor-to-ceiling windows feature stunning views over the city and the surroundings of the Austrian capital.

 

9. HOTEL SACHER VIENNA

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The Sacher has been run by the Gürtler family since 1934. It is one of the very few privately owned five-star luxury hotels left in the world and run by a family.

All rooms feature individually collected antiques, making it to one of Austria’s largest private art collections. Home of the Original Sacher-Torte, guests can experience a piece of history at the famous Café Sacher.

 

10. KEMPINSKI HOTEL VIENNA

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As Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group, Kempinski is committed to providing guests with memorable stays inspired by exquisite European flair.

At Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna you can find a Viennese touch in details like the historic hotel architecture, the charming doorman, and the hotel’s signature dish: freshly baked apple strudel. Mmm… strudel!

 

11. DAS TRIEST

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Your home away from home awaits at the Das Triest in central Vienna. That is if your home is decked out with specially designed furniture and works of art throughout. Despite the hotels elegant surroundings you really do feel a homely vibe with the long-standing staff making you feel welcomed and pampered.

Whether you are admiring the unique style of the interior design, enjoying the atmosphere in the bar, receiving local tips from the attentive staff or relaxing under the olive trees in the courtyard, the Das Triest brings all the finesse of Vienna in a welcoming and delightful vibe.

 

We like to spoil you for choice but seriously, these hotels cannot be missed.

Whether you’re a hotel-chain lover & love the reliability of a name or if you’re looking for something a little bit more mysterious – trust us – none of these hotels will disappoint!

To discover more of hotels throughout Austria, visit the Austria Tourism website.

Written by Mel Bobbermien, a KARRYON contributor.