Accommodation In Vienna
The fascinating history of Vienna can be found at every twist and turn, with many hotels in the charming inner districts revealing a beautiful piece of the past. Renowned as one of the oldest hotels in the city, Hotel König von Ungarn continues to entice guests with its elegant interiors and first-class facilities that include an atrium-style courtyard restaurant. Individually-designed guest rooms are spacious, and the dual-level penthouse suite boasts a private terrace with panoramic vistas.
Just a few minutes stroll from the impressive St Stephen’s Cathedral is the Ambassador Hotel. Opened in 1898, this divine hotel features an open-air cafe, fine-dining restaurant and classic rooms with antique furnishings.
Encircled by attractions
With so many historic districts and attractions to visit, you’ll want to place yourself within the city’s heart to make sure you’ve got ample exploring time. The Guesthouse Vienna is an upscale boutique hotel with designer interiors, boasting an idyllic position near the ancient Augustinian Church and the imposing Hofburg Imperial Palace. Le Meridien Wien is mere steps from Albertina museum and the Neo-Renaissance-style State Opera House.
Adjacent to the Museum Quarter stands Hotel Sans Souci Wien, a lavish oasis that places you within easy reach of the Volkstheater and the impressive Maria Theresa Square, which encompasses the Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Art History.
Many hotels in the historic city house impressive rooftop restaurants and bars, allowing you to admire panoramic views of the surrounds while savouring delicious cuisine. Within the upscale Grand Hotel Wien is the award-winning Le Ciel, a rooftop restaurant and seasonal terrace famous for its decadent dishes with a French influence. Da Schick restaurant is perched high above the rooftops in Hotel Am Parkring Wien, serving authentic Austrian cuisine with a Spanish twist.
The fashionable Le LOFT restaurant and bar in the Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom delivers the ultimate dining experience with wrap-around glass windows unveiling breathtaking city views, while Hotel Vienna features the atrium-style Ristorante Settimo Cielo and alfresco terrace boasting picturesque vistas.