Vienna is a meeting point of Western and Eastern Europe, a vital, thriving city that is a blend of different cultural influences. Set in the centre of Vienna, just 16 minutes from Vienna International Airport via the direct city airport train, Hilton Vienna hotel is the perfect base to experience everything that the Austrian capital has to offer.
Enjoy your stay in an airy guest room with a separate working area, soak up cathedral or city views from the large windows, surf the web with WiFi or watch a movie on the 40-inch TV. With a second bedroom, an additional bathroom and a large widescreen TV, suites offer comfort, elegance, and style. Be our privileged guest in one of our Executive rooms located on higher floors. Enjoy access to the Executive Lounge with complimentary breakfast and refreshments as well as breathtaking views over the city.
At the Lobby Lounge & Bar enjoy weekly themed specials in elegant atmosphere while you sip on a cocktail or enjoy classic bar snacks. Tradition meets modernity at S’PARKS restaurant by focusing on local and regional products to reinvent the essence of Viennese cuisine. Start your journey through local cuisine done in a modern way with the best Genussregion products. Come on Sunday for the delicious Hilton Brunch with entertainment for children.
Stay fit with our state of the art gym featuring cardiovascular equipment, extensive weights, and other fitness essentials. Vienna's premier conference venue - Hilton Vienna hotel features a convenient business center where you can catch up on your e-mails and surf the web.
Hilton Vienna is Austria's largest meeting and conference hotel. This Viennese hotel offers 17 flexible meeting rooms, of which 11 have natural daylight. The multifunctional Park Congress Centre, with direct street access and modern technology, has an area of 826 sq. m. and offers space for up to 840 participants. In addition, the Klimt Ballroom with 604 sq. m. accommodates up to 460 people.
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This page was last updated: 19 December 2018