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In terms of accommodation, Vienna offers a large variety of hotels – from five star luxurious hotels to clean and modern budget hostels. If you are planning a trip to Vienna in the near future, here are some lodging tips that will help you choose a good place to stay at a reasonable price.

Those who plan to fly in through Vienna’s Schwechat Airport may stay at the four-star NH Vienna Airport Hotel, located just a stone’s throw away from the airport’s arrival lounge. It is housed in a modern building and equipped with all of the amenities that a contemporary businessman may need. The windows of the hotel’s stylishly decorated rooms, exactly five hundred in number, are soundproof. Its event center, spreading on not less than 200 ha, can accommodate up to 550 guests. The NH Vienna Airport Hotel has a 350-square-meter spa area that perfectly matches its imposing grandeur, and makes the price of 79 Euro per night in a double room seem quite reasonable.

The cozy, three-star Eurohotel Vienna Airport, located some five kilometers away from the city’s airport, is just perfect for a budget trip to Austria’s capital, with rates starting from 40 Euros per night in a double room with an early booking. A wireless Internet connection is available in the public areas of the hotel, and there is buffet breakfast for the early birds, served from 5 am until 10 am. Hotel amenities include a bar and garden, facilities and rooms for disabled guests, non-smoking rooms, family rooms, express check-in and check-out, heating, newspapers, and more. Services include fax/ photocopying and shoe shine. Internet is available free-of-charge. Pets are allowed at no additional cost.

The tourists, who want to feel the atmosphere of the old town, may choose from a large number of hotels in the very heart of Vienna. For instance, if you have made a long flyover to attend a performance in Vienna’s State Opera, perhaps you can afford an extra 179 Euro per night for a double room in the impressive, five-star Vienna Grand Hotel, located within a walking distance from the famous opera house, where you will enjoy services of outstanding quality – all rooms are large and soundproof, provided with all possible amenities you can expect from a five-star hotel. All children under 12 stay for free, unless they use an extra bed, while children under 2 are not charged throughout their whole stay. Here it should be mentioned that pets are also allowed in the hotel, but certain charges may apply.

Vienna’s Donauwalzer Hotel, located some 2.5 km from the city center is arguably the best accommodation deal for a facility of its class (three stars) with rates starting from 44 Euro for a standard double room with an early booking. The hotel has 75 cozy rooms and a nice restaurant, where one can relax and enjoy the traditional Austrian cuisine. The rooms are individually furnished and modern while hotel facilities include express check-in and check-out, designated smoking area, 24/7 front desk, heating, safety deposit box, newspapers, and more. The Meininger City Hostel and Hotel Vienna is another accommodation option for the budget traveler. This hostel is a good choice because of its central location, in proximity to Belvedere, the Military History Museum, and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Rooms start at 33 Euro a night. The rooms are equipped with magnetic keys, cable and satellite TV, desk, and extra towels and bedding. Iron and ironing board are available on request. Rooms are non-smoking only, but pets are accepted. Services include wireless Internet access, laundry facilities, and complimentary newspapers.

If you would rather go for a short rental, look at the Belvedere Studios. Prices start at 67 Euro, and the minimum rental is three days. The renovated apartment consists of a bedroom, kitchenette, and bathroom. It is fitted with a flat-screen TV, mini fridge, microwave, coffee and tea making facilities, dishwasher, washing machine, air conditioning, and a bathtub. The studio can accommodate up to four guests. Smoking is not allowed and pets are not accepted. The apartment is easy to get to, and at a walking distance from the Belvedere Palace, Ringstrasse, the Austrian Art Gallery, and the Botanical Gardens.

Needless to say, all of the abovementioned hotels and hostels are perfectly connected in the Vienna’s public transport system, including the subway.

Austria’s capital Vienna, a city of about 1.6 million people, is one of Europe’s oldest and most renowned cultural and historic centers. In addition to the world famous Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera), which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009, the city has many other opera theaters.