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The Best Hotels In Vienna For Business Travelers, 2019

The capital of Austria is known for its baroque buildings, world-renowned museums, and art galleries. The opera houses are proof of Vienna’s history full of illustrious music composers.

Although Vienna has among the best restaurants and shop, the good old coffee house culture and simple wine taverns are part of Vienna’s identity. Whenever it is that you travel to this magnificent city, the hospitality of plush hotels will elevate your travel experience. Here’s the list of the most luxurious hotels in Vienna:

  1. Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna.
    Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna, Schottenring 24, 1010 Vienna, Austria
    Located very close to the Danube River, Palais Hansen Kempinski is has a Michelin-starred restaurant. One of the oldest hotels in Vienna, it now boasts of hi-tech amenities and has an impressive spa and fitness center. This makes it a fine example of a hotel having a rich past and moving ahead with time and helps you to feel the grandeur while you holiday in Vienna.

  2. Hotel Bristol, Vienna.
    Kärntner Ring 1, 1010 Wien, Austria
    The first hotel to be built on the Ringstrasse, Hotel Bristol Vienna sits next to the world-renowned Vienna Opera House. The exquisite antiques exude the richness of the hotel’s past. The stylish bar and fine-dining restaurant stand out. Stay in style and make most of your time in this hotel. Offering spectacular views of the city centre and the opera house, this hotel lets you stay in the prime location of the city.
  3. Hotel Imperial, Vienna.
    Kärntner Ring 16, 1015 Wien, Austria
    Originally built for the Prince of Württemberg, it was later converted into a hotel. Still offering the hospitality fit for a prince, you can savor Michelin-starred dining on the city’s signature Ringstrasse boulevard. It has all the modern facilities that you need for a vacation. Walk down its red carpet, and we bet that you won’t feel less than any celebrity.

  4. Park Hyatt Vienna.
    Am Hof 2, 1010 Wien, Austria
    Part of Park Hyatt now fills up what formerly was the HQ of the Bank of Austria. It comes with a princely wellness area, an indoor swimming pool, and 5 restaurants and bars to enhance your gastronomic experience. Comfort and class are the true synonyms of this hotel. Its presidential suite will let you holiday like a king, thanks for to the high-end facilities provided. You will find a piano, marble bathroom with a bathtub, steam bath, and other amenities.
  5. Hotel The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna.
    Schubertring 5-7, 1010 Wien, Austria
    Built within four historic palaces set on the Ringstrasse boulevard, it comes with an advanced fitness center and spa. One can reach the most scenic sites from this hotel in a short time. Even on foot. Equipped with all the comforts, this hotel will ensure a luxurious stay in Vienna. You will love staying in this hotel for its Jacuzzi and café offering panoramic views of the city.
  6. Hotel Sacher Wien, Vienna.
    Philharmoniker Str. 4, 1010 Wien, Austria
    Iconic in several ways, the Hotel Sacher serves extremely rich meals of up to 6 courses. Café Sacher Wien is a reputable Viennese coffeehouse, where you can treat yourself with the famous Sacher-Torte chocolate cake. Apart from this, this hotel offers a combination of world-class facilities and warm hospitality. It should rather be named as ‘The Royal Hotel’ for its rich ambiance and interiors.

  7. Palais Coburg Residenz.
    Coburgbastei 4, 1010 Vienna, Austria
    Though there are only 34 suites in Palais Coburg, all of them are extremely spacious. The pleasant palace garden, Le Coburg (Michelin-starred restaurant), spa and sauna add to the attractiveness of this hotel. Play, eat, relax and swim, what else do you need to make your holiday a memorable one? Don’t forget its spotless white building that gives a look of a palace.
  8. Hotel Sans Souci Wien.
    Burggasse 2, 1070 Wien, Austria
    Unlike most hotels in Vienna, Hotel San Souci offers free Wi-Fi and complimentary buffet breakfast. This hotel is modern in most senses. It gives you authentic Viennese vibes and has many attractions within walking distance. The foyer of this hotel is decorated with beautiful chandeliers, mirrors, and vintage furnishings, offering a rich experience to its guests.

  9. The Guesthouse Vienna.
    Führichgasse 10, 1010 Wien, Austria
    It is different from most of the luxurious hotels of Vienna, the Guesthouse is modest and minimalist, thanks to the designs of Sir Terence Conran. Its on-site restaurant is a hit among locals and guests. With its rustic interiors, you can feel the enjoy a traditional stay in Vienna. How about the idea of spending evenings in its roadside cafeteria with a glass of margherita in hand?
  10. Le Méridien.
    Robert-Stolz-Platz 1, 1010 Wien, Austria
    Le Meridien comes with the state-of-the-art fitness center and spa. The rooms are stylish and tranquil and come with very kind service. It has a beautiful terrace café where you can enjoy your morning tea with a view. Also, the restaurant offers a range of dishes from all over the world. Thus, Le Meridien perfectly combines advanced design with top-class comfort.

Some noteworthy hotels that narrowly missed out on making this list:

  • DO & CO Hotel
  • Ambassador Hotel Vienna
  • Hotel Altstadt Vienna
  • Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof, Wien
  • Hotel De France Vienna
  • Fleming’s Deluxe Hotel Wien-City
  • Radisson Blu Style Hotel Vienna
  • Hotel Beethoven

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Mindy Wright is CEOWORLD magazine's Deputy Commissioning Editor, and leads global newsroom coverage and management. She oversees and coordinates coverage of the news and ideas in partnership with writers across the continent. She has reported from more than 15 countries across Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas. She has advised CEOs, investors, boards, and high-profile industry leaders on a wide range of issues impacting the global business landscape. She can be reached on email You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.