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Sharing space with Mozart's former home, the small family-owned hotel has traditional rooms with "chandeliers over the beds".
This "simply amazing" small hotel within throwing distance of the Imperial Palace and museums, and steps from St. Stephen’s Cathedral, gets a perfect location score. Full review →
As early as 1815 the “King of Hungary” hotel was established in this historic building that dates back to the 1600s.
This dormered hotel began catering to court nobility in 1746 and today lets you choose between "classic" and "modern" rooms. Full review →In a 16th-century house in the shadow of St. Stephen's Cathedral, this dormered hotel began catering to court nobility in 1746 and today lets you choose between "classic" and "modern" rooms.
Everywhere you look, you'll find low-key luxury, tradition, and modern convenience. Full review →Some rooms -- and you should try to avoid these -- lack an outside window.
The oldest hotel in Vienna (1746) balances class and informality with a wonderful inner courtyard... and excellent service. Full review →
Its classical restaurant sits below apartments that Mozart once lived in... free breakfast and Wi-Fi helps to keep costs down. Full review →Rooms facing the street can be noisy, so light sleepers should request interior rooms.
Tastefully modernized hotel with a remarkable wooden-panelled, covered courtyard bar/lounge.
This boutique hotel in a 16th-century manor house offers style in a blessedly quiet location Full review →Guests choose between florid traditional units and fruit-hued minimalist ones.
The building dates back to 1349, so expect a medieval Viennese vibe: thick wooden doors, arched windows and corridors looking on to a welcoming glass-roofed inner courtyard. Full review →
At the 16th-century Hotel König von Ungarn, just a short walk from St. Stephen’s Cathedral, gilded mirrors, boldly graphic wallpaper, and chandeliers ensure that no two rooms are alike. Full review →
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