A comfortable and cosy hotel located in the heart of Vienna, just a stone’s throw away from the world-famous Vienna State Opera House and the Albertina is The Guesthouse Vienna. All the buzz and excitement of the city is right on your doorstep, however, the hotel embodies all the comforts of home, with espresso machines and mini fridges installed in every room and an all-day breakfast available at the hotel’s on-site brasserie and bakery. It’s perfect for those who want to hit up all the key tourist spots on a weekend away.
This is an eco-friendly option for environmentally conscientious travellers. This boutique hotel has won awards for its sustainability, with environmental awareness being at the pinnacle of their priorities. Boutiquehotel Stadthalle Wien incorporates solar panels to generate the hotel’s energy, water from a well to flush the toilets, and has the largest rooftop lavender garden in Vienna, making it one of the greenest hotels in Europe. Enjoy a guilt-free stay in one of their standard rooms, from 88€ a night.
Palais Coburg Residenz is a picturesque palace of a hotel. With clean white walls and pillars at the facade, this is one of the most opulent hotels in town. Once inside, it may be difficult to persuade you back out again, as this establishment has everything you could hope for in a top hotel. Indulge at the spa with one of the many available packages, or dine in style at the two Michelin Star gourmet restaurant.
Hotel Rathaus is not your average luxury boutique hotel. Described as a “concept hotel”, the theme of wine is strongly prevalent throughout – from the rooms themselves, all named after Austrian winemakers, to the breakfast buffet that contains an unusual offer of “wine-cheese”. Wine lovers should consider a stay, and partake in one of the tasting events offered in the hotel’s lounge. Here you can discuss the philosophy of wine to your heart’s content with the director and his team.
This hotel offers the best service for the best price. Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom is a good option for those who want to have an extravagant experience without breaking the bank. The famous French architect who designed the building, Jean Nouvel, took inspiration from the iconic Gothic magnificence of the nearby Stephansdom, installing multicoloured video murals on the inside.