The breakfast buffet here is superb. Everything was wonderful. Our room was immaculate and clean. The front staff is very helpful with suggestions and advice about Vienna. A first rate experience. The hotel is also very well located near a U-bahn stop which makes accessing the city very easy. Or ...
Wonderful location. Perfect for both business and leisure travelers.
Rooms were clean and had a nice style. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The breakfast was amazing! Location is quiet and has a nice neighborhood feel.
Trendy and modern. Spacious rooms. Nice shower. Great bar!
Good value hotel, close to Schonbrunn Palace. Very close to the Metro U-Bahns station, from there only about 15 minutes to the historical heart of Vienna St Stephan Cathedral
View on the 57th floor was amazing. Staff was great.
We like to stay at Marriott hotels in the US and Vienna Marriott Hotel attracted us by its (perhaps, perceived) familiarity and convenient location on the Parkring, right across from Stadtpark, close proximity to U-Bahn station, and a waking distance to the Opera House. It is a great hotel overall ...
Very close to airport, 3 minute walk, no shuttle needed.
Close to Metro, close to the center! Really friendly staff!
The capital of Austria, Vienna is a classical experience for any traveler in Europe. Vienna swirls with Austrian balls, romance, orchestral grandeur, and thick with history. Museums and art galleries nestle against parks, concert halls, and marble statues. Hotels in Vienna themselves form a part of the city's beauty, with refined Baroque architecture, and palatial 5 star hotels. With a youthful European energy, Vienna hotels likewise include family-run inns and hostels scattered throughout the city.
The Vienna International Center is the city's most recognizable convention and office complex, as it is home to many international organizations, including branches of the United Nations.
Visitors can leave their Vienna hotels for an evening of exploring the Viennese cuisine at the Baroque courtyard Hollmann Salon, Middle Eastern cuisine at Maschu Maschu, or Japanese cuisine at Tenmaya, or simply a cup of Viennese coffee at Pruckel, Kleines Cafe, or Hawelka.
The Inner Stadt is Vienna's premier tourist district, where you can discover art by Raphael and Titian at the Museum of Fine Arts, or explore the halls of the Hofburg Palace.
Meinl am Graben in the Inner Stadt is highly recommended for delicatessen shopping, with a wine selection including 1961 vintage Bordeaux, over 400 cheeses, chocolate originating from Tuscany to Ghana, and an incredible variety of teas.
Vienna's pride in sport lies partially in the traditional roots of Lipizzaner horse dressage at the Spanish Riding School, where the public can watch performances and training.