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Known for its wealth of culture, history and art, Vienna is a European favorite for sophisticated travelers who like to slow down to appreciate all that such a cultural gem has to offer. Whether it’s the exciting art scene, the spectacular modern architecture or the allure of people-watching in a Viennese café that brings you to the city, you can have it all, even on a reduced budget. Consider a stay at one of the following affordable boutique hotels in Vienna for a memorable experience.
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Hotel Das Triest
Right in the heart of the city, Hotel Das Triest is an elegant boutique design hotel that prides itself on the details. Its design sensibilities are fantastic and very original. Contemporary amenities in spacious rooms and suites, along with a bar and restaurant amid sleek décor, make this a lovely choice suitable for the modern traveler. With pleasant touches such as Bang & Olufsen televisions and Molton Brown toiletries, this one’s a fancy experience at an affordable price.
The Levante Parliament
A unique hotel close to the Austrian Parliament and City Hall, The Levante Parliament appeals to those who are open to hotel experiences that aren’t run-of-the-mill. Something of a historical institution, the hotel was built in 1908 on the site of a former sanatorium. The hotel impresses with a contemporary design while retaining much of its original character. Each room borrows design characteristics from the elements of fire, water, air and earth and is fully equipped. The Nemtoi Restaurant and Bar is a great option for dining when you don’t feel like venturing out after a long day.
Hotel Das Tyrol
Located in the historic center of Vienna next to the Museumsquartier, Hotel Das Tyrol is a four-star boutique art hotel that serves as an ideal base to explore the city.This 19th-century hotel, later renovated, offers 25 rooms and five studios with exquisite interior design and display of fine artwork. Rooms and studios are fully equipped with amenities such as hairdryer, satellite television, Nespresso coffee maker, high-speed Internet and soundproofed windows. Art lovers will specially enjoy viewing the Tyrol collection, which houses around 1,000 pieces by various talented artists.
Situated in the ancient artist quarter of Spittelberg, the Altstadt Vienna is a cozy, colorful space that feels inviting from the moment of entry. Housed in a patrician house built in 1902, the hotel offers 45 rooms, suites and apartments spread over five floors. Each of the rooms was individually designed by celebrated designers and creatives. Moreover, there isn’t one theme or style that is uniform in all the rooms; the contemporary décor is as varied as the sensibilities of the artists who designed these spaces. Esteemed artwork are on display to be admired throughout the hotel. Restaurants, bars, shopping and other entertainment options aren’t too far away.
Fleming’s Hotel Wien-Westbahnhof
Fleming’s Hotel Wien-Westbahnhof is a sleek, modern hotel with décor that’s both minimalistic and functional, and it enjoys a central location in Vienna. Rooms are modern and comfortable, equipped with all necessary amenities, such as free high-speed Internet, LCD television, minibar and sound insulation. The Fleming’s Brasserie and Wine Bar makes for classy and elegant fine dining.