The online booking site Booking.com has five hotels to discover Vienna during the weekend.
Like many European capitals, Vienna is steeped in art and culture. Travelers can explore the many museums in the city, take the tram to the Belvedere Palace, or go shopping in Graben and Kärntner Strasse. Another must-see is St. Stephen’s Cathedral and Prater Park with its iconic Ferris wheel.
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Chez Cliché Serviced Apartments – Sterngasse
This exotic-style building is located just a few minutes walk from the beach in a quiet street in Vienna’s 1st district. Chez Cliché Serviced Apartments – Sterngasse offers a personalized apartment with a unique decor, made of African statues and Indian fabrics and incense.
Mar Suite Apartments – Simmering
Offering all the necessary comforts, this property offers comfortable and cozy self-catering accommodation. Carefully decorated, the Mar Suite Apartments have a cozy seating area where guests can relax thanks to a set of high-tech equipment: free Wi-Fi, flat screen TV, iPhone station, Blu-ray player and as a bonus, free access to Netflix. For those who wish to enjoy cultural activities at the supermarket, the property also offers grocery delivery service.
Grand Ferdinand – Vienna Elegance Reloaded hotel
The hotel welcomes guests on the Ringstraße boulevard in the heart of Vienna, a short walk from the State Opera and Stadtpark. It has a rooftop swimming pool and three restaurants, including the Grand Etage Private Saloon, reserved for hotel guests, where guests can dine al fresco while admiring superb views of the city.
Abieshomes Serviced Apartment – Votivpark
Located in the vicinity of the University of Vienna, just behind the impressive Votive Church, this attic duplex apartment enjoys a central location and panoramic views of many of the city’s sights. In the surrounding area, travelers can enjoy the hustle and bustle of many bars, cafes and restaurants as well as the quiet, green and peaceful university campus.
Hotel König von Ungarn
The oldest hotel in Vienna, this hotel is located in the very heart of the city, about 50 meters from St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Opened in 1746, the Hotel König von Ungarn (named after the King of Hungary) was once the guest house of the archbishop. The establishment is now especially popular with culture buffs, opera, concerts and theater. With its glass roof, the inner courtyard invites relaxation in a traditional setting and the König von Ungarn restaurant offers Viennese and Austrian specialties.