The Hotwire 4 star secret hotel collection in the Vienna City Centre West Area offer guests the opportunity to stay in one of the top locations in the whole of Vienna, in one of the best hotels in the city, all for an unbeatable price! Examples of hotels from the 4 star collection in Vienna include top brands such as Hyatt, Sheraton, Westin, Le Meridien and many more, and hotels in this area that guests have received in the past include the Hotel Viennart, Arcotel Wimberger, and NH Wien. This fantastic 4 star secret hotel provides guests with all of the top facilities and services expected from a hotel of this high standard. Guests can enjoy the use of the fully equipped fitness centre, perfect for a morning jog to start off your day. There’s also a business centre on site, making this hotel popular not only for those visiting for leisure, but for business trips too. In the evening, be sure to try out some of the delicious freshly prepared dishes in the hotel’s very own restaurant – you don’t have to even step outside to experience some of Vienna’s best food! This hotel even goes that extra mile, providing guests with free internet access, and facilities such as self service laundry.
The hotel is located near to the wonderful Maria Theresien Platz, a large public square in joining the main road (Ringstrasse) to the Musuemsquartier, where most of the museums of the city are located. One of the main museums to visit here is the famous Kunsthistorisches Museum (Art History Museum). The stunning iconic building was built in 1891 originally to house the collections of the Imperial family who resided in the Imperial Palace. Today it is known to be one of the most highly regarded museums in the world, as it is home to an extensive array of works, including the largest existing Bruegel collection. Other popular museums of interest here include the spectacular Natural History Museum, one of the oldest natural history museums in the world, with a collection of around 30 million artefacts and specimens. Famous objects on display here include the 25,000 year old skeleton of Steller’s Sea Cow, called ‘Venus of Willendorf’, an animal that became extinct more that 200 years ago, as well as various impressive dinosaur skeletons and the world’s largest meteorite collection.
Right in the centre of the Museumquartier you can also find a fantastic place to eat, the Halle Café Restaurant, perfect for a tasty risotto or a glass of wine after a day of exploring the museums. On nice days you an even sit outside and soak up the atmosphere of the city.
For a truly memorable stay book this Vienna City Center – West area hotel!