|Most expensive month:||January|
|Average price in Vienna:||$116/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$18/night|
|Most expensive day:||Thursday|
Smartments Business Wien Hauptbahnhof
Gertrude-Fröhlich-Sandner-Straße 15, Vienna, Vienna, Austria
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A visual artistic masterpiece, Vienna oozes contemporary vibes from the pores of its Baroque streetscapes, chic coffee houses and an ensemble of lavish galleries. This capital city holds timeless cultural charm and is aptly referred to as “The City of Music”.
If you like horses, Vienna is famous for its Spanish Riding School, which houses a population of the finest Lipizzaner stallions, used in popular shows performed around the world. These horses are trained to execute dressage movements similar to ballet dancing and regarded for their commanding elegance.
One of the best sights to see is Stephansdom, Vienna’s most coveted Gothic treasure. This beautiful church boasts a vibrantly patterned tile roof, rows of chevrons and the symbolic Austrian eagle perched on its top. The interior is equally magnificent, featuring a Gothic stone pulpit and the tomb of Friedrich III.
For an intimate introduction to some of Vienna’s finest art, plan a trip to the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. This large museum offers a huge collection of paintings and sculptures, highlighted by the exclusive Picture Gallery. If you’re hungry for more, head over to Oberes Belvedere and stroll through galleries displaying splendours from the Habsburg Empire.
Vienna is renowned for its coffee houses, and no trip is complete without a visit to at least one of them. They are usually located on every corner and even their chains Oberlaa and Aida are high quality. Looking to splurge? Try the famous Sachertorte at the historic Cafe Sacher and let your tastebuds do the talking.
Vienna International Airport is your gateway to Vienna, located only 30 minutes from the city centre on public transportation. Vienna’s extensive public transit system includes railways, commuter rails, trolleys and buses. Taxis are plentiful, while horse-drawn carriages offer a fun way to see the sights.
Vienna has plenty to offer. Consider staying in some of its favored locations, like Innere Stadt, Leopoldstadt, and Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus.
A&O Wien Hauptbahnhof (7.3/10 from 4,831 reviews), Hotel Geblergasse (7.8/10 from 5,812 reviews), and Hotel Hadrigan (7.4/10 from 3,339 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Vienna.
A&O Wien Hauptbahnhof is a hotel near Vienna Central Station that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 7.3 across 4,831 reviews.
Lenas Donau is rated 8.0 from 6,341 reviews and is close to Austria Center Vienna.
Close to Vienna City Hall you will find Meininger Hotel Vienna Downtown Franz, which has a rating of 8.2 over 5,561 HotelsCombined reviews.
Hotels in Vienna cost an average of $166/night according to HotelsCombined data in the last 72 hours. A 4- or 5-star hotel in Vienna had higher average prices of $172/night and $339/night respectively.
$17/night is the cheapest price found for a hotel in Vienna by HotelsCombined users over the last 72 hours. For the coming weekend of May 27 to May 29, prices for hotels in Vienna start from as low as $240/night.
A hotel in Vienna tonight can start as low as $17 for the night, with an average cost of $154, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 72 hours. For a 4-star hotel in Vienna tonight, prices start from $52.
Kärntner Strasse, located in the heart of the city, is Vienna's most popular street, stretching from iconic St. Stephen’s Cathedral to Vienna State Opera. Staying on this street places you right in the center of the city's business hub, featuring historic architecture, various tourist attractions, shopping, and dining. Booking accommodations on this street also provides you with easy access to the metro line; U-Bahn lines U1, U2, and U4, are all accessible at Station Stephanplatz, guaranteeing convenient transportation during your stay. In this area, we recommend Hotel Sacher Wien, a luxury hotel featuring art nouveau-style rooms. Another great option is Austria Trend Hotel Europa Wien, which features wonderful city views and a bar/coffee shop on-site.
If you are traveling with your family, consider looking at hotels in Vienna near kid-friendly attractions. Staying at Eventhotel Pyramide places you very close to beautiful Schönbrunn Palace and Wiener Stadthalle. This hotel also features various family-friendly amenities, including room service, an indoor pool, babysitting service, and laundry service. Moreover, you can enjoy various outdoor activities with your children on-site or nearby, such as cycling, hiking, or swimming in the hotel's plunge pool. If you’re able to enjoy a relaxing break from your kids, you can take advantage of this hotel’s spa and wellness center. Another ideal option for kid-friendly hotels in Vienna is Hotel Donauwalzer. This boutique hotel offers spacious interconnected rooms, kid-friendly meals, and a library with books, DVDs, and music for kids. Additionally, this hotel is only a few minutes away from the Metropol Theater, Vienna Shoe Museum, and the historic center of Vienna, putting you right in the middle of many exciting destinations.
If you are looking for calm and peaceful hotels in Vienna, we recommend reserving a hotel in Landstrasse. This area is located in a quiet area of Vienna, away from the bustling city center. However, this neighborhood is also well-connected to public transportation, notably Wien Mitte Station, offering you convenient access to various attractions in the city, such as the Museum of Military History. There are a few Vienna hotels to choose from in this neighborhood, including Imperial Riding School Renaissance Vienna Hotel, which provides low-key, relaxed accommodations. This chic establishment features laundry service, airport shuttle service, and an on-site restaurant. Another ideal neighborhood for a tranquil stay in Vienna is Wieden, which is a much more hip and cool area to find accommodations. Hotel Das Triest is an elegant choice for a quiet stay in this neighborhood, providing a fitness center, a lounge, and a spectacular garden view.
If you are looking to explore the food scene in Vienna, consider staying in historic downtown Vienna. Many restaurants in Vienna are concentrated in the city center, from established international brands to local eateries and cafes. Some of the best restaurants in this neighborhood include Ilona Stuberl, serving local and European cuisines; Zum Schwarzen Kameel, serving Viennese and international cuisine and a wide selection of wine; and TIAN Bistro, an exclusively vegetarian restaurant. Consider looking for cheap hotels in Vienna located downtown to be within walking distance from these restaurants and more. Another neighborhood known for dining options in Vienna is Neubau, featuring a wide variety of restaurants and bars. This area is great if you’re looking for more affordable dining options, or if you simply want to enjoy the local vibe. Ruby Marie Hotel Vienna is a wonderful hotel located near many restaurants in this neighborhood.