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Best hotels in Vienna : Finding them can be a tough task, as during the recession in 2008/2009 lots of hotels had to close

No 1 Choice for best Hotel in Vienna is Hotel Imperial, Kaerntner Ring 16, Vienna

Tel: 00 1 844-631-0595

Price: From 416€ (1 room, 2 adults)

There’s a true sense of occasion arriving at the palatial Hotel Imperial, the fairest of all Vienna’s grand hotels, built for the Prince of Württemberg in 1863. Here you can experience a slice of royal life and Michelin-starred dining right on the city’s monumental Ringstrasse boulevard.

One of the best luxury hotel experience you can have in Vienna

This is what people who stayed in the hotel have said


“The Imperial on the Ring is convenient to all Vienna. Impeccable service. Capable concierges. Luxury all the way. No complaints except bathroom floors need heaters. Cafe for breakfast is quick and efficient”


Outstanding hotel!!. We arrived at 2pm to be greeted by the best friendly reception staff I’ve ever encountered. They saw from my son’s passport that it was his birthday, we were upgraded to a suite, and about 3 minutes later a bottle of champagne arrived! We later dined in the hotel restaurant, excellent. ONE OF THE BEST HOTEL STAYS OF MY LIFE.

Do & Co, Stephansplatz 12 Haas Haus, Vienna

Tel: +43 1 24188

Price: From 199€ (1 room, 2 adults)

Our no 2 choice for best Hotels in Vienna, suited for families

In the shimmering, postmodern Haas Haus, Do & Co makes a spectacular leap between old and new Vienna, with front-row views of St Stephen’s Cathedral, a happening lounge-bar gazing out over the city, urban-chic design, flawless service and phenomenal food. It’s an all-round class act.

Ikram A

“Probably our holiday highlight for 2019! Hotel with the great location, close to shopping and good restaurants. Spacious and comfortable room. Very friendly staff. Great excitement and really enjoyable stay.”

Matthias F

“The hotel is in very condition, and for the right reasons is part of the design hotel group – nice interiors, functional and quiet rooms, good beds and amenities, nice roof terrace restaurant , good service … and great location for a stay in town.”

The Guesthouse, Führichgasse 10, 1010 Wien

Tel: +43 1 5121320

Price: From 290€ (1 room, 2 adults)

Our number 3 choice for best hotel because of the nice location

Sharing the same square as the Albertina, Opera House and Sacher Hotel, this property is a favourite among the hotel offerings in the city centre. It is remarkable what happens to a youth hostel in the hands of Sir Terence Conran. The transformation has succeeded on every level.


Yvonne D

Stayed for 3 nights and absolutely loved it! Beautiful design hotel. Perfect location, close to all the sights. Wonderful staff – everyone was friendly & courteous & made us very welcome. Comfortable and clean rooms with fantastic free wine, water & soft drinks! Impeccable attention to detail. Would love to stay again. Highly recommended.


“Perfect location, lovely rooms, impeccable staff …. what else is there to say? The hotel is also attached to a very nice restaurant, which is very practical for breakfast (although there are many coffeehouses also in the area). The only very small drawback is that there is no real lobby… but the positives of this hotel experience far outweigh that detail.

We very enthusiastically recommend this boutique-type hotel.”

Hotel Beethoven, Papagenogasse 6, 1060 Wien

Tel: +43 1 58744820

Price: From 93€ (1 room, 2 adults)

Our number 4 choice for best hotels is suited for business travelers

“Embrace Vienna’s rich musical heritage at this graceful, imaginatively designed boutique hotel, facing Theater an der Wien, where Beethoven once lived while composing his opera Fidelio. The rooms are unique and the welcome is incredibly warm, with free afternoon tea and weekend chamber music concerts.”



“A nice small hotel near to the citycenter and near to the nachmark very clean and quiet friendly staff breakfast was good you can walk around to find many shops in kartner street and mariahilfer street.”

Kelly P

“Great stay in Vienna at Hotel Beethoven. The hotel was centrally located and walking distance to most main attractions. It was also close to public transportation when places were not walking distance. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was great!”

Park Hyatt Vienna, Am Hof 2, 1010 Wien

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Tel: +43 1 227401234

Price: From 333€ (1 room, 2 adults)

If you are into luxury our no 5 choice for best hotel is the way to go.

In Vienna’s heart on Am Hof square, Park Hyatt occupies the former HQ of the Bank of Austria. The opulent marble and chandelier-lit interiors manage the delicate act of fusing historic character with contemporary design. With a gold-kissed spa, season-driven cuisine and flawless service, it’s five-star all the way.



“We stayed in a beautiful room decorated in fine Viennese decor and with perfect lighting as well as storage space. We felt completely at home in the room and did not want to leave! The restroom was floor to ceiling marble, including the tub, so we felt like true Viennese royalty as we relaxed after long nights at a Viennese ball. The Park Hyatt is the perfect property to really explore Vienna and absorb the city’s finest luxury offerings! Will definitely be back on our next trip!”

Hollmann Beletage, Köllnerhofgasse 6, 1010 Wien

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Tel: +43 1 9611960

Price: From 179€ (1 room, 2 adults)

Best hotel in Vienna for people who like modern design , this one sentence whould be enough to describe it

Inside this stylish hotel you’ll find a world of contemporary design, artwork and quirky details. Beds are big and dressed in crisp linen; breakfasts organic and plentiful.


Christophe C

“Wonderful boutique hotel very central and manned by extremely friendly and efficient staff members. Rooms are comfortable and very clean. The breakfast is definitely a plus. The hotel is located at walking distance from many major sight seeing places like St. Stephen’s church, the KHM, Albertina, Spanish Riding School just to name a few. It feels homey like a pied-à-terre in Vienna.”

Handling P

“If you like top quality hotels but not the multinational sterile corporate’s – then this is perfect. In terms of grandeur or facilities it will be beaten by others, but in terms of a small, interesting, friendly, comfortable, good value hotel this is as good as it gets. Interesting rooms, friendly and helpful staff, perfect cooked to order breakfast, good location, clean quiet and comfortable. Perfect in every way – just so long as your top priority is not trying to impress others on instafacetwitter!”

Hotel Topazz, Lichtensteg 2-3, 1010 Wien

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Tel: +43 1 5322250

Price: From 120€ (1 room, 2 adults)

No 7 in our best Vienna hotel list, is in the most convenient location

In the beating heart of Vienna’s first district, this architecturally innovative boutique hotel hides a subtly glamorous interior replete with Wiener Werkstätte-inspired designs.

 It’s a swish, urban escape for sightseeing as well as sunset cocktail sipping on the roof terrace that peeks cheekily across to Stephansdom.



“This hotel is close to everything! We walked to everything we wanted to see, and had great dining options nearby. The owner also makes fantastic wine, especially the red. The rooms are lovely and even have round windows big enough to sit in and people watch.”


“We stayed at Topaz hotel. Very kind and thoughtful staff. beautiful room, specious bathroom. Great location. Very recommended!

Breakfast is very good – tasteful big selection..

After breakfast the hotel has complementary coffee,tea and snacks all day, it’s very nice :)”

Hotel Sacher Wien, Philharmoniker Str. 4

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Our last hotel in the Best Vienna Hotel list is for people who stay longer and want the local point of view

Tel: +43 1 514560

Price: From 327€ (1 room, 2 adults)

This cool hotel in a cool neighbourhood offers a different, more local Vienna experience than a city-centre stay. The award-winning restaurant is popular with guests and non-guests alike, and there’s plenty of stylish lounge space in which to recline with a glass of something Austrian and soak up the casual-chic vibe.


Jonathan L

“What a wonderful experience at this expertly managed, historic and iconic property. It has everything that one could want in a city property! Great service – including daily refreshed amenities. The breakfast is excellent; dinners at different venues great.HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!”


“The hotel Sacher is the most beautiful hotel in Vienna. The restaurants and bar are exquisitely appointed and, at Christmas, even more special. The service is a bit clunky at times but the staff aims to please. For example, they have a “Culinary Service” desk which can only help you find restaurants within the hotel and the bartenders won’t rush to make you a drink even if the place is packed. That said, it’s worth the money to stay here. Ideal location too.”

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World City Trail, the most interactive way to explore Vienna has collected the 6 best museums of the city.

Kunsthistoriches Museum

Maria-Theresien-Platz, 1010 Wien

Tel : +43 1 525240

  Ticket: 12–16 €

One of Vienna’s oldest museums, this remarkable collection is housed in an opulent 19th-century building designed to showcase the riches of the Imperial collections.

The permanent exhibit is one of Europe’s most extensive and sweeping collections of fine art, nearly matching the breadth of those at the Louvre in Paris and the Metropolitan Museum in New York City. It’s probably best to focus on two or three wings at most in a single visit.

Start by exploring the Egyptian and Near East Collection, with its sarcophagi and coffins, mummies, ancient sculptures and scrolls. Next, take a stroll through the Greek and Roman antiquities section, whose riches include Bronze-age ceramics from third-century Cyprus,  an Amazonian sarcophagus and delicate antique cameos.

The Picture Gallery, meanwhile, houses one of the Austrian capital’s most breathtaking collections of paintings from the 16th and 17th centuries. Dutch, German and Venetian masters from Titian to Rubens and Van Eyck grace the halls of this stunning wing.

The museum is also home to eclectic and niche collections, including antique musical instruments, coins and a royal armory.


“A not to be missed stop if you are visiting Vienna. The collection ranges from Roman Empire era to the most recent ones”

Lena D

“One of beautiful and gorgeous museums

Highly recommended for visit with children A visit is approximately 2-4 hours”

Naturhistorisches Museum (Natural History Museum),

Burgring 7, 1010 Wien

Tel : +43 1 521770

Ticket: 7-12 €

Vienna’s fascinating Natural History Museum was opened in its current form during the 1870s, a period that saw great public enthusiasm for the sciences and the creation of numerous natural history collections around the world. But its earliest origins date even further back, to the mid-eighteenth century, when the “Enlightenment” swept across Europe. Today, it still retains some of its quirky and occasionally creepy old-world charms, but it’s also firmly moved into the 21st century.

From hulking dinosaur skeletons to the world’s largest and oldest collection of meteorites, displays on the origins and evolution of humans and a remarkable prehistoric exhibition featuring objects dating to some 30,000 years ago, the permanent collections are captivating for all ages.

There’s also a recently opened Planetarium to assuage the curiosity of space enthusiasts: here, enjoy virtual journeys to the very edge of the Milky Way.


“Lots of interesting things to see. Somehow what comes first to my mind is the ~70kg gold. This is definitely worth checking out. They have a lot to see. Maybe even too much. This is a place where you could spend a week, taking it slow. One afternoon seemed like not enough”.


“The museum is amongst the most splendid of buildings The city of Wien. It houses one of the largest natural history collections on the world.”

Leopold Museum

Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien,

Tel : +43 1 525700

Ticket: 14 €

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Home to the globe’s most extensive and important collection of Austrian art, the Leopold Museum is brimming with masterpieces — from the likes of Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Koloman Moser, Oskar Kokoschka and many others. Part of the extensive Museumsquartier, a vast complex of museums, exhibition spaces, restaurants, cafes and theaters, the Leopold collections merit a morning or afternoon — especially if you want to understand the history of Austrian art and its radical evolution.

Remarkable works to beeline to within the collections here include Klimt’s moving (and chilling) “Death and Life”; stirring self-portraits by Schiele and Kokoschka, breathtaking landscapes from all three; and an underrated collection of furniture and other objects from the “Wiener Werkstatte”, or Vienna workshop. 

Can’t get enough of the turn-of-the-century period and its bold new aesthetic vision? If so, we also recommend taking a trip over to the nearby Secession. This iconic white-and-gold building represents the artistic movement of the same name, spearheaded by Klimt and several fellow artists during the end of the 19th century. It’s home to Klimt’s breathtaking Beethoven Frieze, an epic and yet oddly minimalist mural created in 1902 as a visual “manifesto” of the Secession art movement.


“If I had known what a fantastic museum this is, I would have visited earlier on or taken more time for it. The Leopold Museum has one of the best and most extensive collections of expressionist art that I have seen. Its exterior may not be as iconic as, for example, that of the KHM, but its art is highly impressive. Unmissable, especially for those who appreciate expressionist art.”

Despite the very many great museums in Vienna, the Leopoldo Museum remains my favorite.


It hosts a very large section on the exceedingly talented Egon Schiele and another on the World Famous Gustav Klimt. They also do an excellent job explaining how the Secession Movement came about in Austria and the contributions by its various founding members.The Leopold also hosts excellent visiting exhibitions. This time round there was one in German Expressionism and another on Schiele was to open tomorrow.I will need to go back again tomorrow.

PS the Leopold Cafe on the 2nd floor is excellent for a bite n a drink.

Kunsthalle Wien

Museumsplatz 1, Neubau 1070 Wien

Tel : +43 1 521890

Ticket: 6-8 €

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Another museum nestled within the Museumsquartier complex, the Kunsthalle Wien is an essential stop for anyone interested in getting a sense of Vienna’s vibrant contemporary art scene. The enormous building hosts a constant stream of temporary exhibits that showcase local and global artists, as well as artistic movements that span different media. From photography and sculpture to painting, video installations and performance art, there’s something on the program for everyone, no matter your preferred medium.

Opened in 1992, the Kunstalle also includes an onsite library dedicated to contemporary art, cafes frequented by arty locals and curious tourists, and a gift shop stocked with art books, prints and other items.

J Teo

“Museum within MuseumQuartier exhibiting a series of changing contemporary art. There’s a pond outside the museum that’s great to hang out and enjoy the energy. There’s even art installations that is made to sit and hang out. Pretty cool.”


“It is very difficult to evaluate a venue where there is only temporary exhibitions. This was my second visit to the Kunsthalle and it was very good. They had a free exhibition about political populism. Some of the exhibits were mesmerizing, in particular the blue box with this crazy video. My suggestion is to check out the agenda before coming. Definitively, it is a place worth to check out in Vienna, if you want to see more contemporary art.”

Albertina Museum

Albertinaplatz 1, 1010 Wien

Tel : +43 1 53483

Ticket: 7-17 €

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Boasting masterpieces from most of the greatest painters and artistic movements of the past 600 years, the Albertina is beloved by locals and tourists alike. The permanent collection includes paintings, drawings and sculptures, photography and even a section dedicated to architecture.

Masters from Michelangelo to Rembrandt, Picasso, Monet, Chagall, Schiele and  Klimt, and many others make up the stunning permanent collection. Millions of items of fine art are regularly circulated and exhibited in thematic exhibits throughout the year.

In addition, the Albertina also hosts some of the city’s most-anticipated temporary shows, partnering with prestigious museums from other cities to curate exhibits on topics including Impressionism, Expressionism, contemporary film, architectural drawings and countless others.


“Really glad we included a visit to the Albertina. The collection is huge. The modern and contemporary exhibits were well worth the visit. An impressive collection of Katzs. Strongly suggest going.”


“Impressionism ,expressionism and classical paintings are displayed in a very good order and as they have a very good audioguide ,it is a most enjoyable museum ! One of the museum not to miss in Vienna!”


Prinz Eugen-Straße 27, Landstraße 1030 Wien

Tel : +43 1 795570

Tickets: 3-16 €

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One of the most lovely spots in Vienna for architecture, art and a good dose of fresh air, the Belvedere is a beloved institution in the Austrian capital. It’s well worth getting away from the city center to come explore this vast cultural complex — listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The palace, constructed in the early 18th century by the Prince Eugene of Savoy, is a work of art in its own right, worth exploring through a guided tour if time allows. The gardens — free to visit — are equally lovely.

Meanwhile, the permanent art collection is as sweeping and impressive as they come, spanning everything from medieval painting to Baroque sculptures, masterpieces from 19th and 20th century Europe artists and even contemporary photography. Klimt’s world-famous painting, “The Kiss”, is one of many highlights within the collection.

Temporary exhibits are held in the lower part of the Belvedere, including the Orangery. You can also enjoy a pleasant meal or afternoon tea at one of the onsite cafes and tearooms.


“Must visit in Vienna, one of the most popular attractions. Beautiful palace and gardens. The museum is inside the palace offers a great works of Gustav Klimt among other pieces of art. Worth a visit for couple of houres with friends or family with kids. Highly recommended!”

Dmytryk Skorokhod

“One of the most romantic places I’ve even visited. The Belvedere palace is full of masterpieces and is a masterpiece itself. The Kiss – the most famous painting of the most significant Austrian knight of the brush – is exhibited in Belvedere. I believe the museum is a must-to-visit place in Vienna.”

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