I though it would useful for readers planning a trip to the Austrian capital to research some of the best places to stay in Vienna. These Vienna hotel tips are based on research into accommodation of different grades/types that receive high guest satisfaction ratings. I’ve also tried to include Vienna hotels which have free wifi or broadband internet connection.
Vienna Budget Accommodation
Entrance to Chapel where Vienna Boys’ Choir perform
Palace Hostel Schlossberge lies in green surroundings on Wilhelminenberg hill with great views over Vienna and offers free internet and breakfast. There’s a mix of dorms, twin and double rooms. The only disadvantage is that it’s over 4 miles from the city centre, although the journey into the centre is said to take 20 minutes by public transport.
Vienna Mid-range hotels
The four star Rainers Hotel is a conversion from a factory which maintained the original exterior. It’s a couple of of miles from the city centre.
The Art Hotel is a couple of miles from the city centre in Vienna’s 5th district, close to the Nachsmarkt (which stretches for almost a mile selling all sort of produce and wares).
Naschmarkt Vienna by yazuzaru
Austria Trend Hotel Vienna Messe lies close to the Wurstel Prater Amusement Park and the Exhibition Centre, around a mile from the city centre. It offers free internet connection.
Vienna view from Ferris Wheel at Prater Amusement Park by Sarah_Ackerman
The Suitehotel Wien Messe suites are spacious at 30 square metres with free broadband and national phone calls. Free massages are on offer on Thursday evenings.
Villa Kumpf apartments in the city centre have a kitchenette, offer free wifi and are furnished with antiques.
Best Western Premier Hotel Kasierhof is situated less than one mile from the city centre in a quiet cobble stoned side street. The buffet breakfast is said to be excellent. There’s free wifi in the suites and the public areas.
Vienna Luxury hotels
The five star Sacher Hotel first opened its doors to guests in 1876. Run by the same family since the 1930s the hotel takes great pride in offering traditional service.
Sacher Hotel Vienna by thisisbossi
The five star Imperial Hotel started life as a royal residence in 1863 but was transformed into a hotel for the 1873 World Exhibition. If you’d like to stay in palatial surroundings, adorned with marble and chandeliers, this is the place to book.
Hotel Imperial Vienna by Iquo E
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