Hotels in Vienna
Located among vineyards in the Wachau Valley of Lower Austria, the Loisium Resort is all about wine. American architect Steven Holl designed the airy structure that sits atop an extensive maze of wine cellars dating back 900 years.
Centrally located in Vienna's Spittelberg quarter, the Altstadt offers 42 unique rooms and suites in a renovated Patrician house. Colors and themes vary from one accommodation to the next, with bold reds and yellows in some, and shades of grey and black in others.
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.
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.
At the 16th-century Hotel König von Ungarn, just a short walk from St. Stephen’s Cathedral, gilded mirrors, boldly graphic wallpaper, and chandeliers ensure that no two rooms are alike.
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.
The Intercontinental Vienna is located opposite the Stadtpark and is within minutes of the Ringstrasse and Vienna Hofburg. The basic, white exterior of this 458-room hotel encloses a surprisingly elegant lobby with dark wood paneling and eye-catching chandeliers.
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.
1876 property opposite the opera house, popular for its old-world opulence, central location, and Pierre-Yves Rochon redesigned restaurant. Its Rote Bar serves classic Viennese dishes like tafelspitz (boiled beef).
The hotel occupies the top four floors of Haas Haus, a cylindrical, concrete-and-mirrored-glass postmodern landmark dropped into the heart of the centuries-old former capital of the Austro-Hungarian empire by the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Hans Hollein.
Revived 1870 Belle Époque building near the boutique-filled street Kohlmarkt.
Another new hotel, the Levante Parliament, incorporates a gallery exhibiting glasswork by Romanian artist Ioan Nemto.