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Where to stay in Vienna

Where to stay in Vienna

The best place to stay in Vienna, without a doubt, is in its historical 1st district. Not only are all the main attractions within walking distance but so are all the top shops, restaurants and cafés.

The luxury hotels, guesthouses and apartment hotels here are lavish − and so are the rates. But if you book in advance, you could bag some reasonable discounts.

The hotel everyone wants to stay at is the Hotel Imperial. Built for the Prince of Württemberg in 1863, this palatial 5-star hotel is one of the most photographed hotels in the city.

Prefer a more modern neighbourhood? Then one of the best areas to stay is in trendy Neubau in the 7th district. Close to the Museums Quarter, it has a lively, arty vibe, and here, Hotel Sans Souci Wien stands out with its fully equipped gym, indoor pool and spa.

Tight budget? Landstrasse in the 3rd district is where travellers arriving from the airport often find themselves. Situated opposite the gorgeous Stadtpark (city park), InterContinental Vienna is a favourite, offering good rates and a central location.

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Frequently asked questions

When packing for a trip to Vienna, don't forget the essentials like your visa, passport, chargers, camera, some euro and the correct power adaptor. Clothing wise, check out the seasonality guides and pack to suit the conditions - aka layers for winter and lighter options for summer. Other necessities include a walking shoes, hat, sunglasses and a fancy ‘fit for the opera.


Perched on the Danube River, Austria’s capital of Vienna offers travellers a bounty of interesting experiences and beautiful accommodation options. Some of the most popular locations to stay throughout the city include Innere Stadt, Leopoldstadt and Landstrasse.


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Austria’s peak season runs throughout summer, from June to August, when travellers can enjoy warm weather and long days. If you’re keen to avoid the crowds, consider heading over between April and June or September and October. Alternatively, if the winter slopes are calling, head to Vienna between December and February. 


Vienna is famous for two key things - incredible classical music and coffee. Head to the home of Beethoven and Motzart to catch a show at any of the city’s iconic opera houses and music halls before exploring unique architectural feats and sprawling royal estates. If you’re in need of a pick-me-up, look no further than any of Vienna’s cosy coffee shops, which welcome you to savour your brew and enjoy a few moments of down time.


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