Hotels in Austria
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.
Down the block from Mozart’s former residence, with Austrian-made furniture (most crafted from oak) in all 69 guest rooms.
Revived 1870 Belle Époque building near the boutique-filled street Kohlmarkt.
A historic townhouse in Vienna's Josefstadt district plays host to this wine-themed hotel. Operated by Conrad Schröpel, Hotel Rathaus' 39 guest rooms are modeled after various Austrian winemakers and each feature such unique decor as wine labels the size of a door and vino-related photography.
Amid the lakes, mountains, and glaciers of a small Austrian village, architect Niki Szilagyi provides a new image of holistic hospitality at the Mavida Balance Hotel & Spa.
The property balances stately grandeur with Alpine kitsch.