Hotels in Vienna, Austria

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Where to Stay in Vienna, Austria?

Home to baroque streets and palaces, Vienna on the banks of the river Danube is an artistic as well as a musical masterpiece. Etched with imperial palaces and historical attractions to explore from, the city of Vienna will take you back in time to the renaissance era. In addition to the wonderful attractions, Vienna also comprises of some of the grand accommodations in Europe. But remember to book well in advance, especially when you are planning to travel during the peak months of August and September.

The most popular neighborhood in Vienna to stay is the historic old town of the Innere Stadt. If you are there in Vienna just for a few days but interested in getting a wholesome experience of the city, then try booking for an accommodation in the district of Innere Stadt. The cobbled alleyways, old churches, and the historic buildings are some of the features that add to the unique atmosphere of Innere Stadt.

A little less appealing in character is the district of Landstrasse. Cost effective than the Inner Stadt, Landstrasse is equally historic but lacks the charm of Inner Stadt. Situated in a convenient location with a great value for money accommodations to pick from, Landstrasse is for those who prefer value over character.

For a cool, hipster kind of vibe settle down around the areas of Neubau and Wieden. They are lined with a plethora of art galleries, cafes, multi-cultural markets, pubs, bars, boutique restaurants, and cheap eats. Not to forget the live music which is on offer. If you are in Vienna, either as a solo traveler or with a group of friends, then Neubau and Wieden will find you well.

Interested in sleeping to your heart's fullest, then book an accommodation in the village-feel areas of Döbling and Hietzing. The atmosphere here is very serene and is a great place to indulge in people-watching. Other less expensive alternatives to staying in Innere Stadt are the districts of Grinzing and Schönbrunn. From there, you must make use of streetcar, bus or U-Bahn to get to the attractions in the city.

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