Welcome to the 4-star boutique and art hotel Das Tyrol!
What do you need to feel at home in a hotel? Certainly, first-class quality and excellent service are at the top of the list. These things are a matter of course here at the 4-star hotel Das Tyrol. Of course, individuality is crucial; charm that is exceptional. That signature feature that makes something distinctive, unique even. In our case, the individual uniqueness is art or rather the bridge that combines art with history, tradition, and modernity.
The boutique and art hotel in the historic city center houses the Tyrol Collection. including exquisite pieces from contemporary Viennese and international artists: Bernard Ammerer, Gunter Damisch, Rosemarie Benedikt, Markus Prachensky, Hermann Nitsch, Tom Fleischhauer, Kiki Kogelnig, Bernhard Buhmann, Elke Huala, and many more. Art runs like a common thread through this hotel near the Museumsquartier.
It begins in the entrance area and accompanies you in every room. And it creates spaces of comfort and a feeling of being at home. Das Tyrol is an absolutely non-smoking hotel.
"This is our Schatzkammer", a guest from London wrote in our guestbook. And we are very proud of this, because we know he means art. He means our service. He means the dedication of our entire team. He means our whole hotel. Experience this special mixture of art, culture, and charming hospitality. We are a privately run hotel. And when we say personal service, we mean it literally. Just let us know whatever will make your stay here better. It is our goal that you feel good when staying with us.
We look forward to seeing you!
Helena Ramsbacher and the entire team at Das Tyrol
Feel good in an artistic ambiance
Our stylishly renovated hotel dates back to the Gründerzeit in the 19th century. A gap has been successfully bridged in a special way in the 25 superior rooms and in the 5 studios: whether it is through the expressiveness of the displayed artworks or through the exquisite interior design by Vienna's traditional companies such as Wittmann, Backhausen, and Thonet. It is probably the combination of both. In the boutique and art hotel Das Tyrol, past meets present and tradition meets modernity.
Style, culture, and contemporary works of art breathe life into every room. Superb materials and carefully selected fabrics create spaces of home-like comfort. Decorated with a love for modern design, these spaces are stylish and cozy at the same time. And of course with a touch of modern art. Original. Intense impressions.
The amenities in the rooms leave nothing to be desired: air conditioning, sound insulating windows, high-speed Internet WLAN, SAT TV, radio, telephone, safe, mini bar, and a Nespresso coffee maker. The bathrooms have either a bathtub with a shower screen or a spacious shower and WC. Plush terrycloth towels, hair dryer, scales, slippers, bathrobe, and first-class care products such as hand soap, shower cap, shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, body milk, mouthwash, and nail file are also provided.
Should you have any personal preferences, such as rooms with connecting doors or a studio with balcony, we would be more than happy to assist.
One guest from California wrote: "Beautiful rooms, best breakfast and great beds." In a nutshell, this is exactly what a stay here entails. Welcome to your hideaway in Vienna's historic district!
18 square metres
20 – 25 square metres
20 – 25 square metres
31 square metres, on request with balcony.
Individually controlled air conditioning, high-speed internet access via WLAN, 80 satellite and SKY channels, flat screen, radio, telephone, safe, desk, minibar, tea and coffeemaker by Nespresso. Windows can be opened. Original an contemporary artwork in alle rooms. The bathroom feature either a bathtub with a shower screen or a spacious shower, plush terry towels, WC, hairdryer, scales, illuminated beauty mirror, slippers, bathrobes and guest supplies (first-class body-care products: hand soap, shower cap, shower gel, hair shampoo, hair conditioner, body lotion, mouthwash and nail file).
Children from 0 to 6 yrs. old stay for free in the parents' room.
Between 7 and 12 yrs. old, the cost is 25 % of the double room price.
Maximum occupancy per room: 1 child and 2 adults
Every room reservation can be cancelled for free 48 hours prior to arrival (2 days before arrival by 6:00 pm).
If a cancellation is not made within 48 hours or if you fail to arrive without canceling in advance (no-show), we will charge the cost of the first night on your credit card.
As a guarantee of your booking, we ask for your credit card information with the expiration date. At the time of booking, your card will be pre-authorized for the amount of the cost of the first night, i.e. the amount will be reserved on your credit card. Upon departure, we accept Visa, Diners, Amex, Eurocard/Mastercard, JCB, debit card, and cash.
Parking in the underground garage across from the hotel is available for 20 Euro per day. We ask that you make advanced reservations.
What don’t you have to bring along?
Travel with light luggage for once, since we have lots of things already waiting for you in your room and bathroom! First-class hygiene articles: hand soap, shower cap, shower gel, hair shampoo and conditioner, body lotion, mouthwash and nail file.
If you happen to have left your toothbrush or shaving gear at home, we would be more than happy to help you out at the reception.
Umbrellas can also be borrowed at the reception desk whenever you need them.
Superior single room € 109 - € 229
Superior double room € 149 - € 259
Studio € 149 - € 299
Extra bed € 59
These prices are per room and day including the delicious gourmet breakfast buffet with Prosecco, Nespresso machine incl. tabs, a bedtime sweet, as well as free WiFi, free use of the steam bath and sauna, and all taxes and fees
If you book directly with us – by phone, fax or using this website – you get to take advantage of our exclusive Best-Price Guarantee:
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5% Direct-Booker Rebate when using this homepage
Free welcome Prosecco when you book online here
Book 4 nights & get a free coffeehouse coupon
personal consultation and excellent concierge service
Welcome to our exclusive boutique and art hotel in the heart of Vienna.
Feel right at home and enjoy the lavish amenities of our hotel rooms and the excellent service provided by our staff. Exquisite design combined with modern art creates a charming mixture of tradition and modernity.
Our hotel in the center of Vienna (1060) is in a wonderful location on the longest shopping street in the city, the Mariahilfer Straße!
You can reach Vienna's most beautiful sights and attractions conveniently by foot: the central location of our hotel in the 6th district (3 min. to the Stephansplatz on subway line 3) and the terrific network of public transportation make our hotel the perfect starting point for your vacation in Vienna.
Professional, Competent, and Charming - Service à la Tyrol
"Great staff… awesome staff… excellent staff…", These kind of comments can be found on every page of our guestbook. And this makes us exceptionally happy, because we are convinced that good service makes a good hotel! Whatever requests you may have, whatever will make your stay here even more pleasant, our employees at the reception desk look forward to assisting you. With our concierge service, we will gladly provide you with help and advice.
We will give you tips for exhibitions or museums as well as excellent restaurant recommendations. Of course, we will also make table reservations. Whether a sightseeing tour or airport taxi – we will organize everything for you. We are also happy to help you with the online check-in.
If you should get sick, simply contact us. Whether arranging for a doctor or if you need medications - we provide immediate help. Do you suffer from a wheat flour allergy, lactose or gluten intolerance, or diabetes? Please let us know.
We provide appropriate food for special needs. Whether washing, ironing, or cleaning - our laundry service will take care of your clothing. Simply hand over your clothes to the reception desk in the morning by 10 am, and your items will be cleaned and returned in the evening.
Mailing, chargers for mobile phones, adapters for electrical appliances, printing of documents – our team at the reception desk offers business services. And if you arrive before 2 pm, we will do our best to get your room ready before the official check-in time.
In our guestbook, you will read: "No words can describe the politeness and the hospitality. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Great hotel, lovely stay, will be back." Admittedly, we love to read our guestbook. When we read such an entry, we know that we are doing something right. We want our guests to feel good. Your stay here should be incomparable and unforgettable. Far away and yet still at home…
"Das Tyrol", art in the heart of the city
At Hotel Das Tyrol in Vienna's city center, you are surrounded by original works of art from contemporary Viennese and international artists, which have been personally and individually selected for hotel rooms and guest spaces by the owner herself and which have been incorporated into the "Tyrol Collection".
Modern art accompanies our guests throughout the hotel, serving as added inspiration for your visit in Vienna.
Works by artists such as Gunter Damisch, Kiki Kogelnik, Tom Fleischhauer, Rosemarie Benedikt, Lucia Riccelli, Bernhard Ammerer, Elke Huala, Ute Aschbacher, Miguel Henz, Ludmilla Alexandrova, Emmerich Weissenberger, Katherina Mair, Roger Krall, Thomas Naegerl, Dieter Koch, Margret Kohler-Heilingsetzer, Wolfgang Wiedner, Benedict, Loretta Stats, Veronika Zillner, Dejan Dukic, and many more are symbols of the stylish individuality of our hotel Das Tyrol.
Contemporary Art at its Best
Helena Ramsbacher has always had a passion for contemporary art. She has collected select works of art by international and Viennese artists. Since 1999, she has been the owner of Das Tyrol. Parts of her collection are now displayed in the hotel. Helena Ramsbacher herself chose art pieces for each of the 30 hotel rooms as well as for the public areas of the hotel – and thus shares the Tyrol collection.
According to Helena Ramsbacher's passion, the focus of the Tyrol collection is on contemporary Viennese and international artists, many of whom have ties to the city of Vienna: Rosemarie Benedikt's coati are part of the collection as are several intensive works by Emmerich Weissenberger. Ludmilla Alexandrova is represented with her works "Chess - the Game of Queens", "I Love You", and "Circus".
The Vienna collection of the Ukrainian artist is open to the public, and her studio is in the Ringstraße galleries. Richard Jordan's "Shadows in the Mirror", Kiki Kokelnig's famous heads made of Murano glass, and Sabine Christmann's still lifes are part of the collection. Works by Lucia Riccelli, Ute Aschbacher, Josephine Scianna, Anselm Glück, Harding Meyer, Martá Czene, Veronika Dirnhofer, Tagaki Saeko, Markus Prachensky, Attila Adorjan, Hermann Nitsch, Pia Arnström, and Susanne Pörner can also be seen. Works by Gunter Damisch, Tom Fleischhauer, Bernhard Ammerer, Elke Huala, Miguel Henz, Katherina Mair, Roger Krall, Thomas Naegerl, Dieter Koch, Margret Kohler-Heilingsetzer, Wolfgang Wiedner, Benedict, Loretta Stats, Veronika Zillner, Dejan Dukic, and many others make the collection fascinatingly diverse. The Tyrol collection currently includes around 1,000 pieces - and is constantly growing…
The Tyrol Collection currently features around 100 different artists. We would like to point out a few well-known, award-winning ones:
His scenic work combines landscape with urban spaces and favors autobahns. Figurative elements play an important role; they contribute the desired dynamic and make the joy of people perceptible. The use of adhesive tape on the canvas changes the structure in the image. This is an effect that is important to Bernhard Ammerer. The artist, born in 1978 in Vienna, was the recipient of the STRABAG Art Award 2007.
The Hungarian artist born in 1968 has focused intensely on painterly solutions to realistic representation since the beginning of the 1990s. At first glance, you are reminded of hyper or photorealism. When you look closer, you notice the complexity. Her goal is not the copying of a realistic representation but a redefinition. Attila Adorjan is the recipient of numerous awards: Hórvath Endre award, Hungary; STRABAG award for painting; award from the national foundation for culture, Hungary; Silber Speer award; award from the CW Bank Vienna - Budapest competition; award from the Budapest Bank; award from Nógrád county – Mecénás art award; award at the autumn exhibition in Szécsény; Fields, award from the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts.
This painter and performer born in Rome moved to Vienna in 1995. She currently lives and works in Vienna and Rome. Her work as a painter is influenced by the performing arts. She works on an un-primed canvas, which strongly emphasizes the presence of her figures. Her artistic style is fascinating and distinctive: suggestion, omission, obfuscation, and yet accentuation. Her paintings and drawings thus have an aura of mystery.
The Austrian painter born in1958 and was famous in the context of the "Neue Wilde" in the 1980s. Gunter Damisch lives and works in Vienna and Freydegg. He is one of the most internationally important representatives of Austrian contemporary art. His thick, relief-like application of color and the intense, dark colors make his manner of painting distinctive. Gunter Damisch has a professorship at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.
Awards and distinctions: Römerquelle art competition, Max Weiler award, Karl Rössing award, award from the city of Vienna for the fine arts, Anton Faistauer award for painting from the state of Salzburg, award at the 2nd international triennial for graphic arts / Prague, cultural award from the state of Upper Austria for fine arts, Lower Austria cultural award honorary prize for fine arts
The Berlin painter was born in Dommershausen in 1954 and died in Berlin in 2011. Tom Fleischhauer knows New York, Istanbul, Barcelona, Monaco, Miami, etc. well through studies abroad and due to exhibits. With a very individual style, he depicts a portrayal of modern civilization, shows people in urban settings, and holds on to the moment of a place. With the use of all the nuances of gray, white, and black, he succeeds in creating everyday scenes like photographic snapshots. Solo exhibits in Mannheim, Hamburg, Munich, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Frankfurt, Mannheim, Seoul, Düsseldorf, and many other cities have brought Tom Fleischhauer the highest international recognition.
Born in Graz in 1966, this Austrian artist studied with Franz Graf and Gunter Damisch at the Academy of Fine Arts. Whether drawing, painting, installations, or art projects – his work always has a strong connection to taboo religious topics. Renowned galleries in the cities of Vienna and Graz as well as in Venezuela and Luxemburg have displayed works by Emmerich Weissenberger several times.
This artist born in1973 lives and works in Vienna and Lower Austria. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna with Wolfgang Hollegha and Hubert Schmalix. In her artistic work, she focuses on the human body, which absorbed in the crowd, has lost its individuality. "My body is lost." Numerous individual and group exhibits in Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, and Italy display her paintings and collages. Since 2004, she has had a teaching position at the Institute of Art and Design with Christine Hohenbüchler at the TU Wien.
The ceramic and glass artist was born in 1939 in Baden near Vienna. Along with her large porcelain figures and miniatures, she delights international collectors with her perfectly shaped glass coati. Having become her trademark in the meantime, she continuously stages her famous coati in different ways: individual, stacked on top of one another, or entwined in the style of the Yin and Yang symbol. Austria's most famous living ceramic and glass artist was distinguished with Austria's Cultural Award in 2005. Many of her works can be found in museums and private collections in Austria and abroad.
The Austrian ceramic artist was born in 1943 in St. Georgen ob Murau. Feldspathic glazes, ash glazes, and salt glazes - for her objects, Elke Huala uses primarily stoneware. Her main themes are corporeality, birth, death, heads, figures, and torsos in movement. The fascinating interplay of form, surface, and color provides a highly artistic quality. The borders between painting, sculpture, and ceramics blur in her works. Exhibits in Austria, Germany, Norway, and Switzerland, as well as numerous awards have given her an international reputation.
Born in 1954 in Mautern in Styria, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna with professor Rudolf Hausner. After many trips abroad including to Afghanistan, Spain, and Greece, he now works and lives in Mautern. He named his oil paintings "Menschenbilder". The person, often turned away and thus faceless, often occupies only a small part of the work. The powerful spaces around the person characterize the picture. Light sources from high above create the typical dreamlike character and cool effect of isolation. In 1982, Gottfried Leitner was distinguished with the award for promoting the Theodor Körner endowment fund.
Born in 1960 in Offenbach am Main, Sabine Christmann completed her studies at the Karlsruhe and Stuttgart art academies. She was also labeled as a "painting director" - and for good reason. She stages her protagonists in classic still lifes. Her protagonists are bottles, glasses, cans, and plastic or paper bags. These are items that resemble everyday objects and yet are distinguished by abrasions, creases, and kinks and tell her exclusive story. Their reflection gives them a sense of lightness as if they were floating. The border between reality and appearance blurs.
Márta Czene, born in 1982 in Budapest, lives and works in Budapest. You can recognize a picture by this painter immediately without being able to say exactly what makes it so special. The Hungarian artist combines a realistic concept and snapshots with personal visions. Sometimes she interprets works by other artists from the memory of resulting impressions. Sometimes it is films that service as her projection surfaces. They are often darker images with a high aesthetic. Márta Czene has been distinguished with the Barcsay Award, the Endre Bela Award, and the STRABAG ArtAward International.
Born in 1967 in Horn in Lower Austria, Veronika Dirnhofer grew up in Vorarlberg.
At the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, she studied in the Prachensky master school. Her works are in a large format and often combine different layers of paper. She creates new levels in her collage-like works. The frame or mounting for her images serves as a stage between abstraction and figuration. Thoughts are written down, and photographs and texts are included through obfuscation. Veronika Dirnhofer has received the honorary prize from the the Federal Ministry of Economics and Research, the cultural award from the state of Vorarlberg, and the recognition award from the state of Lower Austria.
Dimitris Hoffmann was born in Thessaloniki. In 1983 he came to Austria, studied art history and archaeology, and visited the art institute in Vienna. In oil paintings as well as abstract acrylic works– he wants to unite two identities in his works: the spontaneity and light of the south with the precision and patience of the north. Expressive, non-mixed colors are characteristic of his work.
Born in1958 in Villach, this artist has lived and worked in Paris since 1993. She is a member of "Maison des Artistes" as well as Carinthia's Art Society. At the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, she completed a master class for the art of minting medal and small-scale sculpture with professor F.X. Ölzant and for painting with professor Markus Prachensky. Visits abroad to Brittany, Cévennes, Normandy, Burgundy, Lot, Provence, New York, London, India, Nepal, the USSR, China, Guadeloupe, and Slovenia influence her work. In 1991, she was presented with the awarded for painting from professor Mikl, the Tobacco Museum in Vienna. Two years later she received the master school award from professor Markus Prachensky.
This artist was born in 1949 in Vienna. She lives and works in Vienna and Upper Austria. At the Academy of Fine Arts, she completed a master class for graphic arts with Max Melcher, and at the University of Vienna, she studied pre-Columbian art of Mexico and Peru. Inspired by her studies, she has focused on ceramics for over 10 years. Along with ceramic objects, Margret Kohler-Heilingsetzer also dedicates herself to drawing, mix technique, printed graphics, and photography. She is a member of the Austrian Artists' Society and IntAkt (International Association of female artists) as well as araila, the association for Austrian, Iberian, and Latin American relations.
Born in 1974 in Sundsvall in Sweden, she completed her studies at the University for Applied Arts in painting with professor Adolf Frohner and professor Christian Ludwig Attersee. The artist lives and works in Vienna. In her painting, she address the controversy with a world that is overloaded with the figurative. Pia Arnström places the image of media in direct confrontation. At the same time, she brings her images back to a state of rudimentary clarity. The artist occasionally thins out the colors. She also often uses text in her works.
Kiki Kogelnik was born in 1935 in Bleiburg and died in 1997 in Vienna. She is considered an Austrian advocate of Pop Art. During her time in New York, she met Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg. This was an encounter that continued to influence her imagery. In 1965, she created the group of works entitled "Hangings" from vinyl. In the 1970s, the ironic representation of the woman body became the focus of her creations. With the Venetian heads in the 1990s, she became known to a broad audience. The use of forms in the 1990s became even more abstract and stereotyped. She expanded her painted, sculptural, and installation work by adding elements of playfulness. In 1995, she received the award from the city of Vienna for fine arts. In 1998, she was posthumously bestowed with the Austrian Cross of Honor for Science and the Arts.
Born in 1979 in Brasov in Romania, she graduated from the school of arts in Brasov and studied painting and graphic art with professor Hubert Schmalix at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Loretta Stats lives and works in Lower Austria. Her images are a confusing yet colorful combination of interwoven, bizarre color and line work. If you look closer, you will recognize the underlying and new dimensions are opened. Along with other awards, Loretta Stats received the Lenzing Art Award in 2001. In 2011, she was distinguished with the Walter Koschatzky Art Award.
Born in Klagenfurt in 1970, this artist lives and works in Vienna and Zurich. Her art finds its expression in video and room installations, objects, modeling clay figures, and animation. Especially famous is her artistic figure/fictional character Lili, a body made of wax modeling clay or an animated figure in a cartoon. She shows her emotions directly, blatantly. Judith Lava has had numerous exhibits in her home country in Vienna and St. Pölten and abroad in Zurich, Basel, and Ukraine. She is the assistant of Pippilotti Rist in Zurich.
Are you in Vienna on business? Are you looking for a hotel within walking distance of the business and financial district in the inner city? Is a good connection to public transportation important? Do you need a functional work environment but also want an inspiring atmosphere? Then you have come to the right place here at Das Tyrol. Our hotel caters to the requests of business travelers in almost every way. Along with air conditioning, radio, telephone, satellite TV, and mini bar, all rooms and studios offer a spacious safe with room for your laptop.
Large desk with good lighting and plenty of electrical outlets
Free high-speed Internet (WLAN)
Extra reading light at the head of the bed
24-hour laundry service
Excellent breakfast starting at 6:30 am
At 6:00 am upon request for early risers
Copy and fax service at the reception desk
Parking in the underground garage across from the hotel
Advance reservation is requested
Your bathroom offers a large selection of high-quality care products: soap, shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, body milk, and mouthwash are available as is a hair dryer, scales, slippers, nail file, and shower cap.
Sauna, steam bath, and light therapy shower – relax after a busy day in the extravagant spa area. With a reservation, you can exclusively use our wellness oasis.
Special conditions for business travelers
Are you a business traveler? Then, you can look forward to special conditions at Das Tyrol. We tailor specific details individually to you. Before you experience it for yourself, we can say this much: our offer for business guests will surprise you!
Women's Business Package
Business women will find more than just a small, exquisite wellness hotel at Das Tyrol. They can also enjoy special services to turn the stressful days of a business trip into a pleasant stay: whether it's a tour with a personal shopper or the gift purchasing service, which will provide you with wonderful souvenirs.
A classic relaxation massage, foot reflexology massage, or a Lomi Lomi Nui treatment guarantee a refreshing time-out. The hotel's own iPads can be rented for free and along with several city guides and magazines also offer literature related to Vienna - from crime novels and sagas to the biographies of the city's famous personalities.
Business Best Price Guarantee
The business prices do not apply if cheaper rates are offered at the time of booking the desired dates on the Internet. If this is the case, you can take advantage of the lowest price available.
Our corporate rates include
Excellent, lavish breakfast buffet with Prosecco from 6:30 to 10:30 am, 6:00 am upon request for early risers
All taxes and fees
Free WLAN in the rooms and in the lobby
Use of the private sauna, steam bath, and light therapy shower
Relaxation, Wellness, and Art
Close your eyes for a moment and imagine yourself relaxing on a wonderfully comfortable lounger. The pleasant effects of your sauna session still lingering. The moment becomes an eternity. A genuine good deed for your mind and body after an exciting but exhausting day. When you open your eyes, you are met with a calming, wonderful view: a giant saltwater aquarium, in which the fish splash around in the shimmering colors. This is one way to describe the spa area at Das Tyrol.
The choice is yours: classic Finnish sauna or steam bath? A light therapy shower provides for ultimate relaxation. In the relaxation room are comfy loungers, which will help you to recharge your batteries.
And Das Tyrol would not be the art hotel that it is without the artistic aspect playing an essential role. The spa area is thus decorated with gold Bisazza tiles on the walls.
The WC features a crocodile skin design from the series "Jungle" by Ceramica Cielo. Of course, refreshments are also available. You will find bathrobes and slippers in your room. As a guest at Das Tyrol, use of our spa area is free.
Would you like to have the wellness oasis exclusively to yourself? Then treat yourself to a unique pleasure: you can reserve our private spa. The spa is available just for you during your booked time period.
The hotel right next to the Museumsquartier
Right in the historic center of Vienna. Right here where the Mariahilferstraße begins, Vienna's largest and most popular shopping street, is where you will find our hotel. With this top location, many of the most important sights and cultural institutions in the city are right at your doorstep. Museumsquartier, the Kunsthistorisches Museum, the Museum of Natural History, the Hofburg Palace, Vienna State Opera, Musikverein, Secession, and the Naschmarkt - they are all within walking distance. With the U2 station Museumsquartier, the U-Bahn is only ca. 150 m away.
With a central location in the heart of the city, you are within convenient walking distance of:
Museumsquartier with the Leopold Museum, MUMOK; Secession; Kunsthistorisches Museum and Museum of Natural History, Albertina; Hofburg Palace, Spanish Riding School; Vienna State Opera; Theater an der Wien - Vienna's 2nd most famous opera venue; Parliament; Historic city center incl. the Ringstrasse, Opernring, Burgring, Burgtheater; Kärntner Straße, Graben, and Kohlmarkt; The famous Naschmarkt, the enchantingly romantic Biedermeier-style Spittelberg quarter; And many city parks such as the Burggarten, Volksgarten, Siebensternpark, and Schillerpark.
Parking: available in the underground garage across from the hotel for 20 Euro per day. We ask that you make reservations in advance.
Here, you will find additional information for our underground parking garage.
Art, culture, architecture, history – Recreation in Vienna
There is so much to see here in Vienna. Here is a small selection of the vast array of sights and cultural highlights in the city. You can find more detailed information about routes, tours, opening times, and much more at www.wien.info
Baroque architecture meets the modern: the MuseumsQuartier is one of the 10 largest cultural venues in the world.
Viennese Art Nouveau, Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna's Workshops), and expressionism – the Leopold Museum in the Museumsquartier displays hundreds of masterpieces of Austria's modern era.
Museum of Modern Art - mumok
Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Yoko Ono, Günter Brus, etc. – Artists of the 20th and 21st century are featured in the mumok in the MuseumsQuartier.
The world's largest Bruegel collection and impressive major works of western art by Tizian, Tintoretto, Velazquez, etc. – this museum has one of the most important art collections in the world.
Probably the most famous building of Viennese Art Nouveau from around 1900. This is where Klimt, Schiele, and many other important painters, architects, and designers worked.
Dürer, Klimt, Rubens, Schiele, Cézanne, Kokoschka, Picasso, Rauschenberg – in the Albertina, you will find one of the largest and most valuable graphic art collections in the world.
Austrian art from the Middle Ages to the present and the world's largest Klimt collection including "The Kiss" and "Judith".
The exhibition center of painter Friedensreich Hundertwasser features not only Hundertwasser works but also changing exhibits of exciting contemporary art.
Design dominates in the MAK, the Museum of Applied Arts: handcrafts by Wiener Werkstätte, furniture by Thonet, as well as unusual designs for glass, porcelain, silver, and textiles.
The first address for architecture in Austria has established itself as an information, knowledge, and research center and offers Austria's only architecture museum.
Museum of Natural History
Insects, gemstones, minerals, pterosaurs – the diversity of nature is impressive. Prepared and mounted specimens of extinct or endangered animal species give the collection immeasurable worth.
St. Stephen's Cathedral
Austria's most important Gothic structure is Vienna's landmark. Altars, side chapels, the cathedral treasure, the Pummerin, the catacombs – you simply have to see this cathedral.
The Baroque church by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach will impress you with its mighty dome, opulent dome frescoes, and a resplendent high altar.
The imperial history of the Habsburg dynasty goes back over 700 years. Private chambers, state rooms, and collections show the emperor's taste in art.
Spanish Riding School
This is the only institution in the world where the classic art of horsemanship has been cultivated and remained unchanged since the Renaissance. Experience the famous Lipizzaner ballet!
The Scala, Met, and Vienna State Opera – they are considered the top three venues for opera. Top productions of the highest level – let yourself be enchanted.
Around 250 years ago, the Burgtheater was one of the top addresses for German-speaking dramatic arts. Later, the theater moved to a location on the Ringstrasse.
Theater an der Wien
Vienna's 2nd opera stage specialized in operas from the Baroque era and the present.
In the form of Greek architecture, Theophil Hansen built the former Parliament building. Until 1918, the elected representative of the Austrian half of the dual Austro-Hungarian monarchy met here in legislative sessions.
As a witness to many historical events, the Ringstrasse is one of Vienna's most important arterial roads as well as a popular promenade for strolling and a meeting place.
Kärntner Straße, Graben, Kohlmarkt, Golden Quarter
Jewelers, posh shops, and perfumeries– this area in Vienna's historic district is a magnificent place to shop.
With over 120 stands, it is famous for is vast offer. The weekly flea market on Saturday has even achieved cult status.
Small, romantic alleyways, wonderful Biedermeier-style houses - the revitalized Biedermeier district will impress you with its lively pub scene.
Parks in Vienna
The Burggarten, Schillerpark, Prater, or Volksgarten with its 400 blooming varieties of roses – in the city center, wonderful parks invite you to take a stroll.
A UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site! The palace itself, the splendid ceremonial rooms, the unique park grounds, the Palm House, the Gloriette, and the world's oldest zoo still in existence - Schönbrunn Palace is one of the most beautiful Baroque structures.
The important imperial treasury in the world houses the imperial crown of the Holy Roman Empire, the Austrian imperial crown, the Burgundian Treasury, and the treasure of the Order of the Golden Fleece.
Haus des Meeres
Tropical freshwater and marine fish, fish from the Mediterranean and local waters, as well as sharks - you will find Austria's largest aquarium in the Haus des Meeres.
Haus der Musik
Welcome to a world of sound and music! Vienna's only sound and music museum houses the museum of the Vienna Philharmonic.
A city for connoisseurs and those who enjoy the finer things
“I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best.”
The area around our hotel is characterized for its gastronomical variety. It invites you not only for culinary discovery, it also offers you several hot spots for unique shopping. The offer includes everything what your heart desires, from traditional Viennese cuisine up to the Levantine and Asian gastronomy scene.
At the Naschmarkt, Vienna's most famous and most popular food market, you can get to know the culinary side of the city with all its facets.
The Viennese coffeehouses with their well-known coffee specialties are located in close vicinity of the hotel.
We want your stay with us to be unforgettable, therefore we are glad to tell you our best Vienna insider tips. We wish you an excellent pleasure with our favorite restaurants, beisln (the Vienna bistros), coffeehouses & bars.
AUSTRIAN & VIENNESE CUISINE
Schnitzelwirt: Neubaugasse 5, 1070
Glacis Beisl, MuseumsQuartier, Entrance at Breitegasse 4, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
Huth, Gastwirtschaft, Beisl und Co: Schellinggasse 5, 1010 Wien
Restaurant Plachutta: Wollzeile 38, 1010 Wien - famous for Tafelspitz
Plachuttas Gasthaus zur Oper: Walfischgasse 5-7, 1010 Wien
Zu ebener Erde und erster Stock: Burggasse 13, 1070 Wien
Oswald & Kalb: Bäckerstraße 14, 1010 Wien
Lugeck Figlmüller Wien: Lugeck 4, 1010 Wien
Schreiners Gastwirtschaft: Westbahnstraße 42, 1070 Wien
Figlmüller Wollzeile: Wollzeile 5, 1010 Wien
Figlmüller Bäckerstraße: Bäckerstraße 6, 1010 Wien – best Wienerschnitzel in town!
Gaumenspiel – das Restaurant: Zieglergasse 54, 1070 Wien
Grünauer: Hermanngasse 32, 1070 Wien
Rote Bar im Sacher: Philharmonikerstraße 4, 1010 Wien
Zum Schwarzen Kameel: Bognergasse 5, 1010 Wien
Ulrich: St. Ulrichsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
Cristina Rojik – die Bio Wirtin: Annagasse 12, 1010 Wien
Labstelle: Lugeck 6,. 1010 Wien
Le Loft im Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom: Praterstraße 1, 1020 Wien
Silvio Nickol Gourmet Restaurant – Palais Coburg: Coburgbastei 4, 1010 Wien
Le Salzgries: Marc-Aurel-Straße 6, 1010 Wien
Do & Co Stephansplatz: Stephansplatz 12, 1010 Wien
Zum Finsteren Stern: Schulhof 8, 1010 Wien
Palmenhaus, Cafè - Brasserie – Bar: Burggarten 1, 1010 Wien
Steirereck, Stadtpark: Am Heumarkt 2, 1010 Wien
Said the butcher to the cow: Opernring 11, 1010 Wien
Italian cuisine, Mediterranean
Fabios: Tuchlauben 6, 1010 Wien
Procacci: Göttweihergasse 2, 1010 Wien
Cantinetta Antinori Vienna: Jasomirgottstraße 3-5, 1010 Wien
Umar Fisch: Naschmarkt Stand 76-79, 1040 Wien
Il Mare: Zieglergasse 15, 1070 Wien
Le Bol: Neuer Markt, 1010 Wien
Beaulien: Herrengasse 14, Ferstlpassage, 1010 Wien
Kitch: Bieberstraße 8, 1010 Wien
Yohm: Petersplatz 3, 1010 Wien
Dots - Restaurant Bar Lounge experimental sushi: Mariahilfer Straße 103, 1060 Wien
Mochi: Praterstraße 15, 1010 Wien
ON Market: Linke Wienzeile 36, 1060 Wien
Sosaku: Neustiftgasse 24, 1070 Wien
ra'mien: Gumpendorfer Straße 9, 1060 Wien
Mama Liu & Sons: Gumpendorferstraße 29, 1060 Wien
Steirereck im Stadtpark restaurant and dairy: Stadtpark, 1010 Wien
Dining at its finest in the middle of the park!
Meinl's Restaurant am Graben: Graben 19, 1010 Wien
With a view of the Graben!
Restaurant Hansen: Wipplingerstraße 34, 1010 Wien
Dining in the stock exchange building, just like a summer house!
Vestibül: Dr. Karl Lueger Ring 2, 1010 Wien
Dining in the vestibule of Vienna's Burgtheater!
Palmenhaus: Burggarten 1, 1010 Wien
Motto, Bar & Restaurant: Schönbrunnerstraße 30, 1050 Wien
Motto am Fluss: Franz- Josefs-Kai, 1010 Wien
Halle im Museumsquartier Café Restaurant: Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
Tian: Himmelpfortgasse 23, 1010 Wien
Salon Plafond: Stubenring 5, 1010 Wien
Shiki: Krugerstraße 3. 1010 Wien
WINE TAVERNS · BARS · CAFÉS · TEA · SAUSAGE STANDS
Wieninger: Stammersdorferstraße 78, 1210 Wien
Hengl-Haselbrunner: Iglaseegasse 10, 1190 Wien
Martin Sepp: Cobenzlgasse 34, 1190 Wien
Trendige Bars, Weinbars, Cafés, Snacks
Loos American Bar: Kärntner Durchgang 10, 1010 Wien
Roberto American Bar: Bauernmarkt 11-13, 1010 Wien
Kleinod: Top 48-50, Singerstraße 7, 1010 Wien
CaffèCouture: Freyung 2, Palais Ferstlpassage, 1010 Wien und Garnisongasse 18, 1090 Wien
Bristol Bar: Kärntner Ring 1, 1010 Wien
Onyx-Bar: Stephansplatz 12, 1010 Wien
Albertina Passage: Opernring, 1010 Wien
Blaue Bar im Hotel Sacher: Philharmonikerstraße 4, 1010 Wien
Barfly's American Bar im Hotel Fürst Metternich: Esterhazygasse 33, 1060 Wien
Lutz Die Bar: Mariahilfer Straße 3, 1060 Wien
Barrikade: Siebensterngasse 21, 1070 Wien
Freiraum: Mariahilfer Straße 117, 1060 Wien
Wein & Co: Getreidemarkt 1, 1060 Wien
Weinbar und Shop phil: Gumpendorfer Straße 10-12, 1060 Wien
Trzesniewski, Unaussprechlich gute Brotaufstriche, bester Snack für zwischendurch: Dorotheergasse 1, 1010 Wien
Zum Schwarzen Kameel: Bognergasse 5, 1010 Wien
Tea culture in Vienna
Haas & Haas: Stephansplatz 4, 1010 Wien - tea house and shop
Demmers Teehaus & Teestube: Mölker Bastei 5, 1010 Wien
Traditional coffee houses
Café Museum: Operngasse 7, 1010 Wien
Sacher: Philharmonikerstraße 4, 1010 Wien
Café Landmann: Dr. Karl Lueger-Ring 4, 1010 Wien
Café Central: corner of Herrengasse / Strauchgasse, 1010 Wien
Café Demel: Kohlmarkt 14, 1010 Wien
Café Grienstiedl: Michaelaplatz 2, 1010 Wien - Where Schnitzler, Altenberg, and Karl Kraus all drank their coffee!
Café Prückel: Stubenring 44, 1010 Wien
Café Korb: Brandstätte 9, 1010 Wien
Café Sperl: Gumpendorferstraße 11, 1060 Wien
Café Drechsler: Linke Wienzeile 22/ Girardigasse 1, 1060 Wien
Café Hawelka: Dorotheergasse 6, 1010 Wien
The best sausage stands in Vienna
Bitzinger sausage stand next to the Albertina: Augustinerstraße, 1010 Wien
Sausage stand at the Hoher Markt: Hoher Markt, 1010 Wien
Sausage stand in the Schwarzenbergplatz: Schwarzenbergplatz 1-2, 1010 Wien
For those who like it: there is also Leberkäse made from horse meat.
Horwath sausage stand: Naschmarkt Stand 67–68 in the thoroughfare, 1060 Wien
Music, Events, and Attractions
Welcome to the world's music capital: more famous composers have lived in Vienna than in any other city. Music is literally in the air here: the Vienna Philharmonic and the Vienna Boys Choir set the international tone. The State Opera and the Golden Hall in the Musikverein are among the world's leading venues. Tradition endures to this day - the "Vienna sound" pioneered by top local DJs enjoys worldwide popularity. Waltzes and operettas are quite at home here as are musicals "made in Vienna", which have conquered international audiences. Let yourself be captivated by hit musicals, experience magical moments during concerts in the Musikverein and Konzerthaus...
Vienna is culture – and indeed in every form. Multifaceted, fascinating, and filled with variety: from ornate Baroque buildings and "golden" Art Nouveau to modern architecture. The tower by Dominique Perrault, the striking hotel on the Donaukanal by Jean Nouvel, and the kinked apartment tower of Coop Himmelb(l)au by the Gasometer. The new main train station is one of the most modern throughout Europe.
If you like going to museums, you will find an Eldorado here. Vienna has over 100 museums: large, important collections of international stature as well as those that are quite small and curious.
We are happy to reserve and book your desired tickets.
"A beautiful hotel. Bettina saved my life by getting the Robbie Williams Tickets", wrote one happy guest. We do whatever we can to ensure that you have a great time. This is why we offer our ticket service. Our reception staff will be happy to accept your ticket requests. Of course, we can't always work miracles, but sometimes we get lucky with sold-out events. If you want to play it safe, we recommend reserving your tickets for the opera or concerts in advance. We will gladly do this for you. Simply send us an e-mail!
UNESCO has declared the historic district of Vienna a World Cultural Heritage site, which puts St. Stephen's Cathedral, the Hofburg Palace, etc. among 700 of the most outstanding cultural and natural monuments in the world today. The inner city is something special when it comes to more than just culture. In terms of lifestyle and shopping, Vienna can hardly be compared to any other city. Shopping enjoyment in a historic ambiance is awaiting you right outside the door. Experience the many facets of a shopping tour on the Kärntner Straße and in Graben, Kohlmarkt, and the Golden Quarter. Let us give you a few shopping tips for Vienna, mainly in the inner city, but a few outside the city are also worth visiting:
Haute couture, handbags, shoes, jewelry, accessories
Am Graben, 1010 Wien: Escada, Anton Heldwein, Zur Schwäbischen Jungfrau, Nägele & Strubell, Mont Blanc
Kohlmarkt, 1010 Wien: Chanel, Burberry, AKRIS, Brühl, Dolce & Gabbana, Chegini, Ferragamo, Fogal, Armani, Gucci, Loro Piano, Ermengildo Zegna, Breguet, Cartier, Chopard, Schullin, Tiffany
Golden Quarter, 1010 Wien: Pomellato, Armani, Miu Miu, Valentino, Bottega Veneta, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Mulberry, Brioni, Roberto Cavalli, Prada, YSL, Brunello Cucinelli, Sergio Rossi
Sterngasse 4, 1010 Wien
Amicis: Tuchlauben 14, 1010 Wien
Furla: Goldschmiedgasse 5, 1010 Wien
Steffl Kaufhaus: Kärntner Straße, 1010 Wien
R. Horn: Bräunerstraße7, 1010 Wien
Susanne Kitz: bags, jewelry: Trauttmansdorffgasse 38, 1010 Wien
Schuhmann: Herrengasse 14, Palais Ferstel, 1010 Wien
d'Ambrosio: Bauernmarkt 1A, Jasomirgottstraße 4, Graben 7, Kärntner Straße 29-31, 1010 Wien
Brillen Hartmann Brilliance: Singerstraße 8 (Liliengasse entrance), 1010 Wien
Brillen.Manufaktur: Neubaugasse 18, 1070 Wien
Swarovski Crystal Worlds Vienna: Kärntner Straße 24, 1010 Wien
Original Viennese snow globe maker: Schumanngasse 87, 1170 Wien
Austria Corner Amadeus: Augustinerstraße 12, 1010 Wien
Anna Stein: Kettenbrückengasse 21, 1050 Wien
Manner Shop - sweet souvenirs: Stephansplatz 7, 1010 Wien
MAK shop in MAK: Stubenring 5, 1010 Wien
Custom tailoring & shoes
Maßschneiderei H. & R. Netousek: Gumpendorferstraße 17, 1060 Wien
Ludwig Reiter Maßschuhe: Mölkersteig 1, 1010 Wien
Materna Maßschuhe: Mahlerstraße 5, 1010 Wien
Shoemaker Maftei: Postgasse 11, 1010 Wien
Rudolf Scheer & Söhne: custom shoes, Bräunerstraße 4, 1010 Wien
R. Mörtz, custom shoes - specialists in mountaineering and hiking footwear: Windmühlgasse 9, 1060 Wien
Children's fashions and shoes
Zirkus: Herrengasse 15, 1010 Wien
JENNINGS Kids: Habsburgergasse 10, 1010 Wien
Bambini in Kaufhaus Steffl, 4th floor "Kidsfloor": Kärntner Straße 19, 1010 Wien
Kober Spielwaren: Wollzeile 16, 1010 Wien
Kinderschuhe Le Petit Chou: Kühfußgasse 2 and Kaufhaus Steffl, 4th floor, 1010 Wien
Austrian folk and knitwear
Loden Plankl: Michaelaplatz 6, 1010 Wien
Dr. Haider-Petkov – knitwear: Kohlmarkt 11 and Wollzeile 6, 1010 Wien
Exclusive furnishings and decor
Quas: Gumpendorferstraße 16, 1060 Wien
Franz Wittmann Möbelwerkstätten: Friedrichstraße 10, 1010 Wien
Backhausen: Schwarzenbergstraße 10, 1010 Wien
Evamaria Thonet bei Steinwender: Tuchlauben 20, 1010 Wien
Galeri Habari, Best of Africa – home accessories: Theobaldgasse 16, 1060 Wien
Die Glasfabrik - antiquities from 1670 to 1970, antiques, cultural objects: Lorenz-Mandl-Gasse 25, 1160 Wien
Galerie Lang: Seilerstätte 16, 1010 Wien
Galerie Kovacek: Spiegelgasse 12, 1010 Wien
Galerie Kovacek & Zetter: Stallburggasse 2, 1010 Wien
Galerie Frey: Gluckgasse 3, 1010 Wien
Suppan Fine Arts: Palais Coburg, Seilerstätte 3 and Habsburgergasse 5, 1010 Wien
Sweets from Vienna
Demel: Kohlmarkt 14, 1010 Wien
Sacher: Philharmonikerstraße 4, 1010 Wien - home of the original Vienna Sachertorte!
Confiserie Altmann & Kühne: Am Graben 30, 1010 Wien
Xocolat: Freyung 2, in the passageway of Palais Ferstel, 1010 Wien
Fruth: Kettenbrückengasse 20, 1040 Wien
Confiserie Heindl: Rotenturmstraße 16-18, 1010 Wien
Konditorei Heiner: Kärntnerstraße 21-23, 1010 Wien
Luxury labels - second hand
First & Second Hand Brigitte Slar: 1010 Wien, Tegetthoffstraße 3
FF second hand: 1010 Wien, Krugerstraße 10
More trendy shopping tips
Babette's, spices & books for cooks - hundreds of cookbooks in English and German: Schleifühlgasse 17, 1040 Wien and Am Hof 13, 1010 Wien
Gegenbauer Vinegar, sour will bring a smile to your face, all types of fine vinegar from their own brewery: Naschmarkt / Stand 111-114, 1040 Wien
Lederleitner - cut flowers, potted plants, home accessories, in the former Vienna stock exchange: Schottenring 16, 1010 Wien
BlumenRaumGestaltung Anna Krismer: Windmühlgasse 15, 1060 Wien
Vienna's most beautiful sides in rainy weather
"When in Rome, do as the Romans do". Now, this saying can be applied to Vienna. Whenever it is rainy, we Viennese love to shopping or out to eat. So, when you visit Vienna, you'll probably want to do the same. We definitely recommend it!
The large, covered shopping malls such as "Steffl" or the "Ringstraßengalerien" on the Kärntner Straße are certainly worth visiting. Here, there are many different stores under one roof. "Gerngross" is also right by our hotel on the Mariahilfer Straße. Not covered but especially luxurious: Vienna's most exclusive shopping area awaits you. Take a stroll in the Golden Quarter through the flagship stores of international designer labels and experience luxurious shopping in a historic ambiance.
We recommend a cozy coffee house when you are ready to take a break. Vienna is famous worldwide for its pastries, and a cup of hot "melange" is almost a heavenly pleasure.
Or are you in the mood for traditional Viennese treats? You simply have to try Tafelspitz, Kaiserschmarren pancakes, or Wiener Schnitzel. You will find our best local tips under the section "Wining and Dining".
If you are interested in culture, Vienna has plenty to choose from. in the 1920s, Karl Kraus wrote: "The streets of Vienna are paved with culture. The streets of other cities with asphalt." Museums, galleries, exhibits – the possibilities are seemingly limitless. You will find more info under Information about Vienna. And we are especially fond of the Museumsquartier. Not only because it is located right next to us, but also because numerous museums can be found right next to one another: Architekturzentrum Wien, Kunsthalle Wien, Leopold Museum, MUMOK, ZOOM Children's Museum, and quartier21. You can walk from one cultural highlight to the next without getting wet.
Imperial Variety – Delicious Enjoyment
This describes a classic Viennese breakfast. And of course, it's also a little bit more. Fabulous breakfast, great breakfast, best breakfast – you will find numerous comments like these in our guestbook. This is praise that we are admittedly quite proud of. From the beginning, we have believed that a good day starts with a good breakfast. Therefore, this is an essential aspect for us. The high quality of the products and a large selection are important. Culinary delights and a feast for the eyes: enjoy your morning at a stylishly decorated table with excellent service.
Our tempting gourmet buffet awaits you with many specialties from Vienna
Home made Cakes & croissants, rolls, and several different types of home made bread
Breakfast coffee, "melange", cappuccino, espresso, caffè latte, hot chocolate, and Ronnefeldt teas from the samovar
Delicious Viennese jam specialties from Staud's, honey
Cereals, nuts, dried fruit, home made Bircher Muesli, yogurts
Fruit, vegetables, and fresh fruit salad
A tasty selection of traditional Austrian sausages and hams as well as salmon
Mouth-watering types of cow, goat, and sheep cheeses
Upon request, egg dishes and omelets prepared à la minute
As well as a glass of Prosecco
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ARRIVAL WITH PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
From the Westbahnhof train station on the subway
Take the U3 towards Simmering, Neubaugasse station, take the Stiftgasse exit
7 min. walk to the hotel
Line U2 - MuseumsQuartier / Mariahilfer Straße, take the Mariahilfer Straße exit
2 min. walk to the hotel
Line U3 - Neubaugasse station, take the Stiftgasse exit
7 min. walk to the hotel
Line U4 - Kettenbrückengasse station
15 min. walk to the hotel
From the main train station on the tram
Take tram line D towards Nussdorf to the Burgring station,
From here, ca. 7 min. walk to the hotel
From the Praterstern on the U1 and U3
Take U-Bahn line 1 in the direction of Reumannplatz, getting off at Stephansplatz where you will change to the U3 in the direction of Ottakring. Get off at the Neubaugasse station and take the Stiftgasse exit, 7 min. walk to the hotel
ARRIVAL BY PLANE
The VIE airport is located in Schwechat, around 20 km from Vienna's city center. The ride to the hotel takes between 25 min. and 50 min.
You can reach the city from the airport by:
The drive takes ca. 30 min.
Cost from 44 Euro
Tip: get the driver to offer you a set price!
On the CAT - City Airport Train
The rides takes ca. 16 min.
Cost from 9 to 12 Euro per ride and person
Schedule: runs daily every 30 min., 365 days, Monday – Sunday
From the VIE airport to the CAT Terminal Vienna between 6:05 am and 11:35 pm
From the CAT Terminal Vienna to the VIE airport between 5:38 am and 1:08 am
Run by "Vienna Airport Lines"
The ride takes ca. 30 min., cost: 8 Euro
Schedule: runs daily, every 30 min. between 5:00 am and 11:15 pm
Via rapid transit ("Schnellbahn")
The ride takes ca. 25 min., cost 4.40 Euro
Schedule: runs daily every 30 min, throughout the day, every hour between midnight and 5 am
With the exception of the rapid transit system, no other public transport runs between Schwechat and downtown Vienna between midnight and 5 a.m. Taxis, however, are always available.
Tip: be sure to validate your ticket prior to getting on the train. Once you are on the train, it is no longer possible.
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