Austria

Hotels in Austria

Hotels in Austria range from five-star ski resorts and luxury city accommodations to minimalist boutique hotels, short-term apartment rentals and budget hostels, satisfying the needs of virtually any traveler. When evaluating Austria hotels, consider what kind of travel experience you’re looking for. Skiers will, of course, feel more comfortable in one of the nation’s many quaint resort towns. Travelers looking for a more cosmopolitan adventure should stick to the slick and modern boutique hotels scattered about the cities.
Some of the best hotels in Austria include the Hotel Sacher Wien in Vienna, a five-star property located near the Vienna State Opera that boasts an on-site spa and health club; the avant-garde Spitz Hotel in Linz, whose ultra-modern design is a nod to Linz’s burgeoning arts scene; the Hotel Zum Dom in Graz, which is located near the historic Graz Cathedral and whose charming suites boast steam showers and whirlpools; the Augarten Hotel Art & Design, also in Graz, a slick and modern building that houses a luxurious spa and health club; and the Spa Hotel Schloss Weikersdorf in Baden, which boasts a full-service spa and offers views of Europe’s largest French-style rose garden, with more than 600 varieties of roses.

The property is made up of a series of homes built in 1515. Cozy rooms have antique-style beds as well as views of the green valley and the distant, snow-covered Alps.

Grand 19th-century hotel with lavish fin de siècle interiors and Restaurant Bristol, serving some of the city’s best Wiener schnitzel, in a prime location—just opposite the State Opera.

This art hotel is located between two historic parks on the front end of the Ringstrasse, in the center of Vienna. Le Meridien houses 269 guest rooms and 25 junior and executive suites, all outfitted in contemporary design with Viennese influences.

A 1990s-era Sir Terence Conran–designed hideaway at the edge of baroque Karlsplatz, Das Triest is emblematic of the city’s no-frills, economic approach to environmentalism.

Ideally located next to the main gondola, the hotel is housed in a 100-year-old building and delivers a taste of the Austrian countryside with claw-footed tubs and ceiling frescoes in its 10 guest rooms.

The moody property is every American's fantasy of a 10th-century castle in the Wachau.