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Top Hotels in Vienna

Joelle Mentis, Staff Writer

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If there ever was an underrated summer destination, or destination, period, it’s the city of Vienna. They’ve got Beethoven and they’ve got Mozart. Heck, they have Sigmund Freud. And don’t get us started on the food, which is the unsung hero of cuisine. So, these are the top places to rest your head and are reasons in themselves to visit.

1Park Hyatt Vienna

Park Hyatt

If you’re the kind of person who travels for shopping, brunching, and lounging, Park Hyatt is for you. In fact, the details of the hotel — carved embellishments, mother of pearl, leather, and Italian marble, make it easy to stay in your room all day long. Furthermore, it is easy to get caught up in the breakfast buffet, or the gilded swimming pool. What’s more, many suites have separate living areas and panoramic views of Vienna.

But it’s also in a great location of Am Hof, a popular square hosting the Christmas market in December. There are also many designer boutiques around the corner.

Hotel Sacher Wien

If the famous Sachertorte is anything to go off of, you can rest assured that the Sacher Hotel has been perfected. Hotel Sacher Wien has been a set for many movies including Mission Impossible, and a destination for celebrities and royalty.

The family-run hotel is elegant, with views of the Opera and Albertina Museum. Also, its storied past makes it a popular place for meetings and rendezvous. The rooms are spacious and decked out to honor Austrian history. Even if you don’t stay, it’s cool to check out the artifacts and art collection. Also, the café with the famous tarte is definitely something not to miss.

Palais Coburg

Considered a baby grand hotel, Palais Coburg holds a special place in the world of Austrian hotels. Though not known for having as much pomp as some of the others, it is known for splendor, with subterranean entryways making near ancient wine vaults visible, as well as medieval city walls.

With just 35 rooms, the palace feels royal, as the spacious entryways are not as crowded as one might expect given its fame. There is also a restaurant with two Michelin stars, and the rooms, though appearing historic, are suited up with the most modern tech.


Banks are popular destinations for hotels. The Rosewood overtook a bank in the first district close to many popular sights. The building itself is somewhat of a collection of art with prints and postcards owned by notable royals, and art nouveau flower paintings. The art nouveau theme carries on to the rooms which were designed by an Austrian design house. No corner is untouched by a pattern, whether on cabinets, sofas, or curtains.

There’s also a rooftop cocktail bar and top-floor spa that draws attention. Located perfectly in the center of what’s happening, the cocktail bar offers entertaining views of the city with sites like St. Peters Church.

Sans Souci

Sans Souci means without worry — a worthy name for this hotel where you really need not worry. Located in the Museum Quarter, Sans Souci offers easy access to the best of the city, with some of the sleekest styles. The modern elegance sets Sans Souci apart from other more traditionally designed hotels.

The rooms are elegant and fit with freestanding marble tubs that guests have stated are insta-worthy. Amenities don’t stop there, with a world-class gym and spa that have personal trainers and experienced technicians who’ve gained much praise.


Q: Which hotel is the most glamorous?

A: The Rosewood

Q: Which hotel is for the wellness junkies?

A: Sans Souci

Q: Which hotel has the best food?

A: Hotel Sacher Wien

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