Vienna offers a wide range of hotels that suit every person’s need and budget. From the high-end and modern to the traditional and budget-friendly, any visitor can find one in the Austrian capital.
For those who want to veer away from a traditional hotel setting, there are many places of accommodation that boast of stylish designs and unique concepts.
Situated in the fourth district of Vienna, Urbanauts features a hospitality concept where not everything is located in one building. As a guest checks in, two bikes will be provided and a paper guide to acquaint guests on where they can dine and other interesting spots in the complex.
The hotel showcases graphic bath tiles imported from Italy, unique furniture pared down by the founders and bath products from Saint Charles pharmacy. Rates are very affordable here starting at only $165.
Located close to St. Stephen’s Cathedral in the Old Town, Hotel Topazz is a boutique establishment with 33 rooms. The facade features port holes while the rooms have dark wood paneling accents and patterened wallpaper. The port holes are not just there for aesthetic purposes because they are functional with curved and cushioned seat great for people watching.
Interestingly, every room here ends with a number three and a bonus is that snacks are served for free every day.
Three properties are in place all of which are within walking distance from famous tourist attractions such as the Belvedere palace complex.
The Guesthouse ranks number 9 among the city’s 369 hotels. It is in the first district of Vienna just across the Albertina museum and a five-minute walk from Saint Stephen’s Cathedral. It boasts of spacious rooms with walk-in closets, colorful rugs, leather armchair and large bay windows.
A homey atmosphere is what this hotel offers with rooms having a feel of a contemporary apartment.