Hotels in Austria

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A former aristocrat’s town house in the Seventh District, Hotel Altstadt has 45 rooms and suites, nine of which were designed by Italian architect... Read More

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... Read More

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

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

The hotel occupies the top four floors of Haas Haus, a cylindrical, concrete-and-mirrored-glass postmodern landmark dropped into the heart of the... Read More

The newest addition to the storied Ringstrasse is the design-oriented Grand Hotel Ferdinand. Florian Weitzer, who is known for his hotels in the... Read More

Revived 1870 Belle Époque building near the boutique-filled street Kohlmarkt.  Read More

In the First District, designer Terence Conran’s hotel is reminiscent of a high-end Nordic ski lodge, with plenty of blond wood and recessed lighting.... Read More

With its gabled architecture, traditional rooms, and popular cocktail lounge, the hotel—set in the heart of the pedestrian base village&mdash... Read More

Since its opening in 1892, the Bristol has long been counted among the major hotels of Vienna. It wears its heritage with serious aplomb: antique... Read More

Down the block from Mozart’s former residence, with Austrian-made furniture (most crafted from oak) in all 69 guest rooms. Read More

With its lovely garden and sauna, this design hotel is a quiet favorite of Vienna visitors in the know. The rooms are curiously designed in a way that... Read More

A sumptuous palace turned hotel for the 1873 World’s Fair, Hotel Imperial is known for its glittering crystal chandeliers, grand traditional suites and... Read More

At the 16th-century Hotel König von Ungarn, just a short walk from St. Stephen’s Cathedral, gilded mirrors, boldly graphic wallpaper, and... Read More

A historic townhouse in Vienna's Josefstadt district plays host to this wine-themed hotel. Operated by Conrad Schröpel, Hotel Rathaus' 39... Read More

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,... Read More

Just opposite the Opera House, Hotel Sacher is old-world opulence at its best (antique furniture, oil paintings, silk wall coverings). The first-floor... Read More

The new Hotel Topazz, in the First District, places much emphasis on its eco-friendly policies, but not at the expense of a strong design aesthetic. It... Read More

The Intercontinental Vienna is located opposite the Stadtpark and is within minutes of the Ringstrasse and Vienna Hofburg. The basic, white exterior of... Read More

Situated five minutes from the Lech slopes, two and a half hours from Zurich, the Kristiania Lech Hotel is a family-owned ski lodge known for its plush... Read More

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... Read More

Another new hotel, the Levante Parliament, incorporates a gallery exhibiting glasswork by Romanian artist Ioan Nemto. Read More

Located among vineyards in the Wachau Valley of Lower Austria, the Loisium Resort is all about wine. American architect Steven Holl designed the... Read More

Amid the lakes, mountains, and glaciers of a small Austrian village, architect Niki Szilagyi provides a new image of holistic hospitality at the Mavida... Read More

Built atop the old walls of Vienna in the 1840’s, the former summer residence of Ferdinand von Saxe-Coburg-Gotha was turned into a hotel in 2003.... Read More

The Park Hyatt, in a former bank in the First District, mixes old and new: deep-mahogany walls and coffered ceilings, slick gray-on-gray rooms, and... Read More

Located within walking distance of boutiques and St. Stephan's Cathedral, the Radisson BLU opened in 1960 as the first designer boutique hotel... Read More

Four 19th-century mansions house Ritz-Carlton’s Austrian debut. The buildings feel like a museum from another era—they're so sumptuous that it's hard to... Read More

On the edge of Lake Wörth, in a pocket of the Carinthia region known as the Austrian Riviera, Schloss Velden has lived many lives. It began in 1603... Read More

The property balances stately grandeur with Alpine kitsch. Read More

On the banks of the Danube Canal, this Jean Nouvel property has monochromatic rooms in white, gray, and black. Locals flock to the 18th-floor bar, with... Read More

Opened in 2007, the Ring Hotel took a dramatic shell—a former 19th-century bank—and then radically overhauled both the interior and Vienna's idea of a... Read More

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