Austria’s capital city has been one of Europe’s major cultural centres for centuries. Often ranked at the top of surveys ranking the world’s cities by livability, Vienna has been home to Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert and Haydn, earning it the moniker ‘City of Music’. As well as its world-famous opera houses and theatres, you can also enjoy Vienna’s café culture and sumptuous Imperial palaces. As the central hub of Austria’s extensive rail network, Vienna is extremely well connected to other Austrian towns and to the rest of Europe.
This Viennese institution is in the heart of the city and staff will make sure your stay is a memorable one. As well as well-appointed and comfortable rooms, the hotel also offers a personal tour of the attached concert hall, a unique experience which you can discuss afterwards in the hotel’s highly-regarded restaurant and bar.
The family run Hotel Stefanie dates back to 1600, making it the oldest hotel in Vienna. Recently renovated bedrooms come with free Wi-Fi internet access and individually adjustable air-conditioning. There is also a bar and a traditional restaurant with a terrace, offering Austrian and international dishes. The Hotel Stefanie is located just a few minutes’ walk from St. Stephen’s Cathedral.
One of Vienna’s historic palace hotels, the Bristol is located opposite the famous State Opera in the heart of the city. Expect personalised service and Viennese flair at this elegant property which boasts antique furnishings, a gourmet restaurant and a fully equipped fitness centre.
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