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Hotel Sacher Wien

Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

1876 property opposite the opera house, popular for its old-world opulence, central location, and Pierre-Yves Rochon redesigned restaurant. — Travel + Leisure

Ever since the Hotel Sacher was founded in 1876 it has been a Viennese institution, with guests ranging from emperors, diplomats and artists. — DK Eyewitness

Vienna charmer with bohemian history, a bold design and a fabulous bar and restaurant scene. — Jetsetter

"Charming and with an excellent location," this "very nice, old-world hotel" opened in 1876 across from the Vienna State Opera and was once a meeting place for Austrian nobility. — Condé Nast Traveler

The reception, with its dark-wood panelling, deep red shades and heavy gold chandelier, is reminiscent of an expensive fin de siècle bordello. — Lonely Planet

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Hotel Imperial Vienna

Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel, rich in tradition, opened in 1873 and soon turned into a meeting place for Austro- Hungarian nobility. — DK Eyewitness

The grandest of grand hotels, originally built in 1863 as one of the palaces lining the new Ringstrasse for Prince von Württemberg — The Telegraph

The former residence of the prince of Württemberg, converted to a hotel for the 1873 World’s Fair, this neoclassical palace is in a "great spot" on Vienna’s main boulevard. — Condé Nast Traveler

This 138-room hotel veritably drips with royal treatment—right down to the hand-ironed newspaper your butler delivers with the morning coffee. — Concierge

Originally built as a residence for Prince Phillip of Württemberg in 1863, this grand structure was opened as the Hotel Imperial in 1873. It indeed still resembles a palace, with Greek... — Afar Magazine

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Hollmann Beletage

Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This quirky little boutique hotel in the heart of Vienna... manages to stand out from the crowd — Oyster

Tucked away in the center of town just a short walk from the cathedral, this intimate boutique hotel has a quiet but convenient location. — Fodor's

An upmarket boutique hotel, the Hollmann Beletage combines ornate mid-19 architecture and a friendly, modern atmosphere. — Michelin Guide

Small boutique hotel whose bright and cheery rooms are replete with contemporary furnishings. — Rough Guide

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. — The Telegraph

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Hotel Rathaus Wein & Design

The Museum District & Neubau 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A modern, minimalist but spacious choice of boutique accommodation, and an expert introduction to the world of Austria's best winemakers — The Telegraph

The atmosphere at this hotel is immediately relaxing and homely thanks first and foremost to the wonderful service. — Michelin Guide

Each stylish room in this boutique hotel is dedicated to an Austrian winemaker and the minibar is stocked with premium wines from the growers themselves. — Lonely Planet

From the outside, this government-rated four-star hotel looks like a direct transplant from the late 18th century. — Frommer's

Each room at the design hotel Rathaus is impeccably decorated and named after an Austrian winemaker — EuroCheapo

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Hotel Topazz

Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The interior is equally exclusive, boasting an elegant design and muted colour scheme, as well as a 'Privileged Club Service', which meets the very highest standards. — Michelin Guide

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 — The Telegraph

The building looks a bit like a space ship, with porthole windows and matte-black metal siding. — Frommer's

An ultramodern eco-friendly design hotel with 33 rooms in the historic First District. — Condé Nast Traveler

The new Hotel Topazz, in the First District, places much emphasis on its eco-friendly policies, but not at the expense of a strong design aesthetic — Travel + Leisure

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Hotel Bristol Vienna

Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of the top addresses in town, where celebrities and politicians stay for official or private visits. The 140 rooms offer great views of the Staatsoper opposite. — DK Eyewitness

Old-world extravagance and state-of-the-art amenities. — Lonely Planet

An Art Nouveau building dating from 1884 providing a bit more cosiness than many other five-star hotels. — Insight Guides

From the outside, this six-story landmark, a Westin hotel, looks no different from Vienna's other grand buildings; but connoisseurs of Austrian hotels maintain that this is a superb choice. — Frommer's

This traditional hotel is run with dedication and Viennese charm. — Michelin Guide

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Hotel Altstadt Vienna

The Museum District & Neubau 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Otto Ernst Wiesenthal has poured his passion and impeccable taste into creating one of Vienna's most outstanding guesthouses in Spittelberg. — Lonely Planet

All the variety only adds to the sense of an organic, personalized hotel, as do the cozy lounge and breakfast room. — Concierge

Every guest room at Hotel Altstadt is different — Afar Magazine

In Vienna, hotels don't get more chic than the 4-star Altstadt — EuroCheapo

A four-star hotel offering a stunning private collection of contemporary paintings and a good reputation, especially due to the service rendered by the highly motivated and very congenial staff — The Telegraph

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Grand Hotel Wien

Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Only a block from the Wiener Staatsoper, it's a honey. — Frommer's

The 205-room Grand Hotel Wien is a traditionally elegant five-pearl property located on Vienna's famed Kaerntner Ring — Oyster

A truly classic grand hotel in a historical setting with a suitably imposing lobby. — Michelin Guide

The Grand accommodates the latest in modern facilities while still exuding plenty of its original charm. — Lonely Planet

Revived 1870 Belle Époque building near the boutique-filled street Kohlmarkt. . — Travel + Leisure

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Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna

Alsergrund & the University District 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 8,600 square-foot, Ottoman-inspired spa houses several sauna and steam rooms, a gym, hydropool, and treatments using Elemental Herbology and Daniele de Winter products. — Fodor's

A decadent, five-star hotel stay in the heart of beautiful Vienna, with buffet breakfast, spa access, suite options and more — Jetsetter

This hotel achieves a laid-back version of the lap of luxury. — Frommer's

Originally designed as a hotel by prolific architect Theophil Hansen, but used as a police station until the late 1990s, this enormous neo-classical landmark offers luxury accommodation... — The Telegraph

Originally constructed in 1873 as a hotel for the World Exhibition trade fair, this grand building never actually opened its doors to guests. It was instead used as a police station and... — Afar Magazine

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Hotel Konig Von Ungarn

Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sharing space with Mozart's former home, the small family-owned hotel has traditional rooms with "chandeliers over the beds". — Concierge

The oldest hotel in Vienna (1746) balances class and informality with a wonderful inner courtyard... and excellent service. — Lonely Planet

Tastefully modernized hotel with a remarkable wooden-panelled, covered courtyard bar/lounge. — Rough Guide

As early as 1815 the “King of Hungary” hotel was established in this historic building that dates back to the 1600s. — DK Eyewitness

Everywhere you look, you'll find low-key luxury, tradition, and modern convenience. — Frommer's

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DO & CO Hotel Vienna

Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Inside the glass-and-stone Haas House, which reflects St. Stephen's Cathedral in its facade, you'll discover this unique boutique hotel. — Fodor's

The DO & CO Hotel occupies the upper floors of the postmodern landmark building the Haas Haus, right on St. Stephen's Square in the heart of the city — Oyster

This fashionable, highly individual designer hotel sits right opposite St Stephen's Cathedral. — Michelin Guide

The main attraction here, however, is the food... staff seem every bit as hip as the clientele, but the service isn't quite as polished as the design. — Concierge

The rooms and suites have dramatic curved walls and a dramatic Turkish-inflected interior, with silver filigree nightstands, kilim bedcovers, and a hammam-style spa. — Travel + Leisure

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Hotel Das Triest

Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

During the 18th century, Das Triest was a stable on the horse-drawn postal service line between Vienna and Trieste — Afar Magazine

Historic coach house turned hip hotel in downtown Vienna designed by Sir Terence Conran. — Jetsetter

Transformed into an ultrasleek ocean liner, this design hotel was once a postal-coach station on the route between Vienna and the port city of Trieste. — Fodor's

The clean-cut lines of this designer hotel, with its homely rooms, are the work of Sir Terence Conran. — Michelin Guide

This Sir Terence Conran creation is a symbiosis of history and modern design. — Lonely Planet

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Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol

Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It offers attractive and modern guestrooms, an excellent breakfast, and a small sauna decorated in gold tones. — Michelin Guide

The Das Tyrol is a delightful four-star property, offering beautifully appointed accommodation, a gourmet breakfast and an impressive art collection, on Vienna's longest shopping street,... — The Telegraph

It's friendly, fairly priced, and lies within a 5-minute walk of one of the densest concentrations of museums in Europe. — Frommer's

The rooms are quite small, but the décor is fresh, modern and deliberately arty; everything is spotlessly clean and smart and the staff are very helpful. — Rough Guide

On a busy Mariahilferstrasse corner, this small, luxurious hotel is a good choice for those who want to be next door to the MuseumsQuartier and near some fun shopping, too. — Fodor's

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Radisson Blu Style Hotel, Vienna

Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Now part of the Radisson chain, this boutique hotel has a contemporary aesthetic, and rooms with every possible gadget. — Rough Guide

Located within walking distance of boutiques and St. Stephan's Cathedral, the Radisson BLU opened in 1960 as the first designer boutique hotel in Vienna's city center. — Travel + Leisure

Though the name’s a bit of clunker, the 78 room Style Hotel has a lot to recommend it, from a superb location in the heart of Vienna to an exceptionally friendly and well-drilled young... — Condé Nast Traveler

This elegant hotel is a contender for the title of ‘most fashionable hotel address’ in Vienna. — Lonely Planet

A quirky and somewhat eccentric hotel with an enviable facade that's embellished with gilded, Secessionist-era bas-reliefs. — Frommer's

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from $186

Palais Coburg Hotel Residenz

Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Built between 1840 and1845 by Prince Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, arguably the most influential royal family in Europe, the Palais Coburg is a bright and spacious bit of luxury — Afar Magazine

This luxurious hotel is situated in a 19th century historic building. There are in-house health and beauty facilities, as well as the Coburg spa on roof level. — DK Eyewitness

Built in the mid-19th century by Duke Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, the neoclassical Palais Coburg is gorgeously grand. — Concierge

In this 19th-century regal residence, the lobby is sleek white stone and plate glass, embodying the hotel's philosophy of "preserving the past—shaping the future". — Fodor's

The grounds make the hotel feel peaceful and removed, but all of Vienna’s top attractions—shopping, opera, museums—are just minutes away. — Travel + Leisure

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Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom

Prater & east of the canal 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Jean Nouvel-designed contemporary hotel-cum-living art space overlooking Vienna's Danube Canal. — Jetsetter

In a soaring glass tower overlooking the inner city from across the Danube canal, this hotel is about as abstract as it gets in Vienna. — Frommer's

On the banks of the Danube Canal, this Jean Nouvel property has monochromatic rooms in white, gray, and black — Travel + Leisure

It offers a harmonious blend of ultramodern urban style both inside and out. — Michelin Guide

John Nouvel, a French architect, not only designed the building but the interior furnishings of this hotel — The Telegraph

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The Ring

Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This modern, well-run business hotel is housed in a historic townhouse. It has a luxurious touch and a pleasant, informal atmosphere. — Michelin Guide

Following the trend toward smaller boutique properties, this luxury lodging takes its place alongside some of the Vienna's opulent grand hotels. — Fodor's

The Ring, Vienna's Casual Luxury Hotel, distinguishes itself through casual elegance, blending classic 19th-century elements with sleek modern decor. — Oyster

This majestic 68-room hotel on the Ringstrasse has a more casual air than neighboring grande dames. — Condé Nast Traveler

This majestic 68-room hotel on the Ringstrasse offers a more casual air than neighboring grande dames. — Concierge

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Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof Wien

Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel is housed in a former boarding school with a grand 1913 facade. It offers contemporary rooms that appeal to business guests and holidaymakers alike. — Michelin Guide

Located in the heart of Vienna’s old town within walking distance of many tourist sights, Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof Wein is a luxury property with 186 guest rooms — Oyster

Decorated throughout in subtle and subdued aubergine colours, Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof offers style and great value in 24 to 28 sq metre superior rooms and 35 sq metre deluxe rooms. — Lonely Planet

Only a few steps from the Hofburg Imperial Palace, the Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof is located in the center of the first district. — Frommer's

The rooms at this five-star hotel are modern and unfussy; all come with air-con, free wi-fi and free minibar; the hotel also has a gym, sauna, steam room and spa treatments available. — Rough Guide

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Le Meridien Vienna

Wieden, Karlsplatz & Around Naschmarkt 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One-ups its similarly sized competition with top-notch facilities that other contenders can’t touch: a state-of-the-art fitness center with a resort-sized pool, a whirlpool, a steam room, a sauna. — Condé Nast Traveler

Behind its classic facade, this hotel features modern design, a host of art works and a special lighting concept. — Michelin Guide

Le Meridien Vienna is a stylish, luxury hotel with a central, convenient location at the edge of Ringstrasse near transportation and restaurants. — Oyster

With its sleek rooms, cutting-edge interior, contemporary art themes and hi-tech extras, Le Meridien has set the standard for designer hotels in Vienna. — Lonely Planet

Located directly on the famous Ringstrasse, this glamorous, government-rated five-star property is only a short stroll from the Vienna State Opera and Hofburg Palace. — Frommer's

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Hotel Lamee

Stephansdom, The Hofburg & the Historic Centre 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From outside you'll be struck by the Cafe Bar Bloom. It's a real eye catcher, with marble floors, lacquered wood walls, and funky, upholstered stools. — Frommer's

The sister hotel of Topazz Vienna (directly across the road from here), with junior suites and suites complementing its superior, deluxe and prestige rooms. — Lonely Planet

Evoking a mix of Viennese and Hollywood glamour of the 1930s, when this former office building was constructed, Hotel Lamée offers an contemporary take on vintage elegance — Afar Magazine

Guests here are transported back to the 1930s Vienna of the imagination, a glamorous center for café culture that longed to be the "European Hollywood." — Fodor's

An ode to Austrian-American starlet Hedy Lamaar, this glamour-puss of a hotel brings a pinch of Hollywood to the heart of Vienna. With its 1930s swagger, gold-kissed rooms, knockout roof... — The Telegraph

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