Traveling to Vienna and wondering where to stay? Here are the best places to stay according to our local experts, including luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels, bed and breakfasts, and hostels.
The Park Hyatt mixes old and new: deep-mahogany walls and coffered ceilings, slick gray-on-gray rooms, and streamlined furnishings. Don’t miss a dip in the indoor pool, a rarity for hotels in Vienna. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
Free WIFI at the Lobby area here you can use Internet for free - 1. Terminal even has a printer - great place to relax and plan your day - very friendly staff - specialy the concierge named Mr. Andrew -- Francis Vieira via Foursquare
Может я конечно на "бронепоезде" но поблизости я не нашла ни одного хорошего кофе, где можно поесть. Все меню на немецком и нет картинок. О самом отеле: отличный, расположение от метро и центра супер -- Юлия Яцикова via Foursquare
Locals flock to this Jean Nouvel property, on the banks of the Danube Canal, and its 18th-floor bar, complete with a rotating, multicolored ceiling mural created by Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
Four 19th-century mansions house Ritz-Carlton’s Austrian debut. There’s a Guerlain spa, a roof deck with 360-degree views, and spacious rooms decorated in rich fabrics. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
A great hotel. Great concept - beautiful, yet simple and friendly, no excess, best price in town, best location, great healthy bio breakfast. I'll recommend it to all my friends and will come back. -- Sofia Cohen via Foursquare
It is a 5 star hotel, but is best known as creator of the original Sacher-Torte! :) Actually my favorite of their baked goods is their dark dense chocolate rum cakes. More here: www.sacher.com -- @adaddyblog - Michael via Foursquare