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Language: German | Currency: Euros (€) | Local time: UTC +1:00 | Avg. Flight time: 2.0 hrs
Where else would the best hotels in Vienna be, but Innere Stadt? The grand and glamorous historic heart of Vienna has the finest restaurants, the priciest shopping streets and the greatest architecture.
Every big hitter from Rathausplatz to St Stephen’s Cathedral is located here. So, if you’re looking for five-star Vienna luxury that offers absolute indulgence in a wonderfully romantic location, this is the district to choose.
Vienna’s Belvedere Palace quarter is made for art lovers and connoisseurs of creature comforts.
As elegant as Innere Stadt but with a little more room to spare and a balance of international brand names and Vienna boutique hotels, Landstrasse is rich and refined, with fewer crowds.
What’s not in Mariahilf? It’s home to the enormous Mariahilfer Strasse, the MuseumsQuartier, and has excellent places to eat, lively bars, interesting cafés and a whole winter’s worth of Christmas markets with DJs and live music. Visit for the atmosphere and stay for good-value hotels in Vienna’s city centre.
Schönbrunn holds many of the city’s most visited tourist attractions, including the dazzling 1,441-room Schönbrunn Palace. Look beyond the imposing royal walls and it’s one of the best Vienna districts for fine aparthotels and apartments.
For cool and edgy, acres of charm and country air with an urban twist, snare a spot in Donaustadt.
This is where you’ll find Danube Island, alternative clubs, cute beach bars, swimming pools and places to skinny dip – if that’s your thing. The Innere Stadt is just a U-Bahn ride away and you have the pick of cheap Vienna hotels, heritage guesthouses, boutique B&Bs and designer apartments.
If your soul hankers after vintage rather than haute couture, you love Art Deco and nothing makes you happier than huge flea markets, heaven awaits you in Margareten.
It’s not in Vienna’s city centre but you’ll discover the vast Naschmarkt on a Saturday, classic cinemas, street after street of intriguing bars and cafés and an endless parade of eccentric shops. Happily for bohemians, there are plenty of budget hotels here too.
Just a hop across the Danube Canal from the city centre, arty Leopoldstadt makes a great affordable alternative for tourists who baulk at the higher hotel prices of the Innere Stadt.
Not only is it home to the massive nostalgia-inducing Prater amusement park, but it also boasts a smattering of art galleries, colourful boutique shops and funky fusion restaurants. Plus, the U1 U-Bahn line makes getting across to the Innere Stadt a breeze.